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    Picking berries

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    Nice shot Casey ...Awesome shot Ken and superb reskin of the roundhouse !
    Regards,
    Rail4Pete

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    A lot of excellent work being shown here lately. Nice going everyone.

    An eastbound moves slowly along the Touchwood siding.
    Cheers, Jack

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    A CN class N4a Consolidation heads up today’s wayfreight consisting of a reefer for Carnus Packers and several boxcars of used organs for Edna Boil’s Organ Emporium.

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    Nice one CaseyBerg, looks like CN 2530 has had an airing both sides of the "pond" tonight.

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Thanks evilcrow! I’ve been neglecting the “People’s Railway”. Your CN shots got me motivated to dust off the Consolidation and give it a run. Your graveyard shots are just too sad to see. Could that be a vulture perched on the stack?😷
    cheers,
    Casey
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    Re Post #4356 CaseyBerg

    Hello Casey,

    It's a CUK Falcon and now it's got a few crows to keep it company !!!

    The loco is from Ben Neal, I have converted it to a track object category class "WS", adding wheels after changing them to mesh items category class "HM", then adding to the derelict loco config as effects to the mesh table.

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    Cheers, Ken

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    Pretty neat, evilcrow. More work than I thought to make a derelict engine.



    Best,
    smyers

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyBerg View Post
    A CN class N4a Consolidation heads up today’s wayfreight consisting of a reefer for Carnus Packers and several boxcars of used organs for Edna Boil’s Organ Emporium.
    I quite like this picture Casey! I especially like the fire escape detail behind the locomotive- I didn't know anyone had made one of those for Trainz!

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    The fire escape is TUME-852 or 851 stairs for you route builders.
    smyers

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    Amazing pictures again 'smyers', 'evilcrow' and 'Caseyberg'

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    Best regards and please stay healthy

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    Re post #4361 cabnz1
    Thank you for the compliment cabnz1

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Smyers, Evilcrow and EPO: Simply Gorgeous ! I can't compete with you, I am simply contempling your great shots ! Ken: successors and predecessors in the same photo .... it won't last long: it's the end of steam.
    Regards,
    Rail4Pete

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    Re post #4364 Rail4Pete
    Thank you Pierre, look forward to your route screenshots, I am always on the look out for them.

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    Cheers, Ken

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