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    Yes, I shamelessly stole these from Facebook page about Run8. But none the less they are true.

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    Trust me, they bug the crews too. I had a guy the other day who walked up to me and told me he had a problem with how we parked the train.
    Will Champion

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    I love when we're breaking a unit train up in our yard. Theres a grade corssing 45 car lengths past the end of our yard lead and if someone flips off my engineer or honks their horn when he has to block it, he'll call out over the radio "take as much time as you need. I'm in no hurry"
    "We will probably be judged not by the monuments we build, but by those we have destroyed"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainz_12_fan_100 View Post
    I think that engine will need a serious overhaul after the run.
    Heck yes! It would probably be unable to turn it wheels after reaching that kind of speed... also every moving part on it would have to be replaced...
    ... failure is always an option!

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    Sorry about the bump,but I somehow managed to get the hot rod F7a to this speed after messing with the engine spec a little to much...

    Perhaps there was a "Maximum overdrive" button in the cab of the locomotive somewhere? Anyways,this is why you shouldn't even think about messing with the engine spec of this locomotive. Also had to pause just to get the snip because... well,it should be obvious because of the speed. Hopefully it wasn't a huge bump anyways.
    ... failure is always an option!

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    Curious ... How many cars can that pull up a ridiculous 20% grade ... does it have ridiculously super powerful traction as well ?
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    It can't pull anything (In DCC mode at least.) due to the fact that it accelerates so fast,it will derail even with derailment off when trying to pull something. But if it didn't derail when pulling something,then it could do that with ease I suspect.
    ... failure is always an option!

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    In case you're wondering:
    160,761 Miles per Hour= Mach 211.19221088
    160,761 Miles per Hour = 0.00023979308204 times the speed of light in air
    160,761 Miles per Hour = 0.0002397211655 times the speed of light in space

    And in case you're wondering about . . .
    The speed of sound = 761.20705082 Miles per Hour
    The speed of light in air = 670,415,504.21 Miles per Hour
    The speed of light in space = 670,616,629.38 Miles per Hour

    For comparison, the fastest man-made object ever made, NASA's Juno Mission Spacecraft, travels at 25 miles per second, so . . .
    25 miles per second = 90,000 Miles per Hour
    25 miles per second = Mach 118.23327162
    25 miles per second = 0.00013424510536 times the speed of light in air
    25 miles per second = 0.00013420484381 times the speed of light in space

    So if the hot rod F7a was a real locomotive, it would hold the record as the fastest man-made object ever made.
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    For all the Thomas fans, I give you this:


    Make train simulators great again #MTSGA obiter dictum

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    thought i'd liven up this thread with a meme!
    https://imgur.com/rBMtYuG
    Giving Up On 3D Modeling.

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    Was joking around with a friend and did this

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