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    Outstanding screenshots! Really great work everyone!
    Cheers, Jack
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    Railfanning on Queen Street West before the Dufferin Street Expansion.

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    Creative setting Jackyamstel! Would love to be sitting on that tailgate watching!
    “We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.” - R.L.S.

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    The Dominion

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Thanks Forester1. I'd prefer to be a bit closer to the track myself.

    Nice shots Casey, Ken.

    This one of mine is way west of my last shot, around mile 240 at Neola. Progress east is still slow.
    Cheers, Jack
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    Thanks Jack! Always good to see pics from “The Land of the Living Skies”.

    Got some bridge work done this morning.

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    re posts #4671 jackyamstel and #4672 CaseyBerg

    Exceedingly fine vistas from you both.



    Cheers, Ken

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    Autumn up north, sure looks great evilcrow. We're sure getting our mileage from the D10, eh? I wonder if there is any way to disable the auto numbering. I'd like to re-letter in my own road but using white letters and numbers.

    Best,
    smyers

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    Crossing to the north field.

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    re-post #4674 smyers
    If you wish to disable the numbers, try on a clone. In the config, delete the container "default" and what it contains, now rename the tag "body" to "default", exit and save the config.
    However if you require the running numbers then in the config, just look for the container "vehicle-running numbers" and choose what you wish to amend. You will need to change the alpha numbers to the required colour. Both loco and tender need to be altered, but of course use clones. As with the latest models now appearing; it it not always easy or possible to make changes. Best of luck, no CTD hopefully.

    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Many thanks, evilcrow. Sounds like it would be a challenge. Actually, it wouldn't be a problem if it weren't for the number plate, which is brass, and appears to share the same numbers as the cab sides. Even with white cab numbers, you still want the plate to be brass. You're right about that, though, it's not so easy with newer, more complex models.

    Best,
    smyers

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    evilcrow, re “exceedingly fine vistas”. Thanks! Must acknowledge the influence of your compositions in some of my shots.

    Company Town

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    Beauty shot, Casey! What steamer is that right next to the oncoming diesels?

    Modelling the Kick & Push, one spike at a time

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    Cheers Hoggerdrew! Good to see more of the K&P. The steamer is the one in your shot. CP G2 Pacific from K&L Trainz.com
    casey
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