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    Default Virginia & Truckee

    Progress shots of the Virginia & Truckee Circa 1880s







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    where can i get those 4-4-0s and 2-6-0s?
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    Impressive!
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    Hello Collin,

    Nice!!

    Thank you for posting this, nice to see it in Trainz - made me start believe a little again in what Trainz can be used to.
    Lovely scenes, and the mining connection is so great.

    Linda

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    Hi Collin thanks for posting these great shots
    Outstanding composition and use of textures with interesting content to boot

    Regards, Bob V

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    Very nice! I really like the texturing. And those locos are amazing, hope they are released soon
    Keep up the good work!

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    Looking great, Collin - you've really done a lot of work on this route!!

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    Where'd ya get those sweet steamers?!
    My layout: A 10x7' HO layout depicting the AT&SF in Kansas from 1940 to 1960.

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    Hi Collin

    Superb work, can't wait to see it all done. I was at a model railway show recently and was thinking about the modelling competition they had there for best layout etc. Wouldn't be great if they also had a category for "virtual railroads" as I think yours would easily win "best in show"!

    Cheers
    Tony


    (Thanks Alberte for the idea!)



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    Very nice. Great to see somebody modeling a different era, especially 19th century. Looking forward to the final product.

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    Man if this layout had wagon roads and a Harbour well :rolleyes: I wonder what could happen to it
    "QDR.........Trainz in Queensland"

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    Default Thanks Everyone

    Your kind words help keep one motivated and make it a lot easier not to give up when one sees the immense amount of work still necessary to complete the RR.
    Without the help of those who create the wonderful models and offer advice and research, it would not be possible. Many thanks to those who have helped, Curtis (pencil), Todd (prowler), Ben (bdaneal), Linda (shortline), Mike (sirgibby), Warwick (wazzer) Shane (cowboy), David (dmrake) and last but not least Max (elvenor) whose loss will be severely missed by all in the Trainz Community.
    To those who ask about the locos they will be released with the completed RR.
    Linda if you do any more buildings let me know as I still have to place around 2000 more on the layout and have already used all of yours at least 30 times each as they are some of the few that can be placed on slopes. I also wouldnt say no to any mines and mills.

    Cheers

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    Very nice. you should add invisible track through dirt roads so we can run those driveable horse-and-wagons. It would complete it.
    Some like butter,
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    I like trains that run on steam.


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    Not bad so far! It's been quite a while, Collin! Where've you been? Keep up the good work! And daylightlimited, Collin said those locos will be released with the route, however, bdaneal, who made the 4-4-0, has 2 other ones on his site.

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    Superb work, sir. You just can't beat the old west.
    Could you tell me what are those scrubby looking bushes. The one in the foreground of the shot of the roundhouse?

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