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    Re Post 3134 ..Nice shot Ken, I like those building (rough wood or log type) on the right hand side, I'm wondering if these are from Cayden ?

    Re post 3135 Nice to see your shot in the Canadian thread Bill69. I know you are a steam lover and I'm still grateful for the help you gave me some years ago on making some loco working into TS12 .
    Cheers !
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    re post #3136 Rail4Pete.

    Thank you Pierre. The building that you see is "Rollins House 1" by robertocontil 19 <kuid2146087:35020:1> (TrainZItalia),

    but is now an "abandoned asset"?. You can get it from TKI traizkuidindex BUT hurry as that site will close in a few days.

    Cheers Ken.

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    CPR.......

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    There have been a lot of great CPR screens lately, steam and diesel. Nice work everyone!

    Here we get back to a more recent time with CN.
    Cheers,
    Jack


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    Hi evilcrow,

    Where did you get these Canadian Pacific coaches? I am using some that I reskinned but they are a bit too new for the era I would like.

    Yours seem to be an earlier version which I would like if they are available.

    Cheers,
    Bill69
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    re post #3140 Bill69

    Hello Bill69

    The coaches shown in #3138, are part of the K&L Selkirk T-1-c Payware package and are well worth the money.

    Cheers evilcrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    re post #3140 Bill69

    Hello Bill69

    The coaches shown in #3138, are part of the K&L Selkirk T-1-c Payware package and are well worth the money.

    Cheers evilcrow.

    Thanks for that.

    Cheers,
    Bill69
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    CN.........

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    The lighting in your last screen shot is quite interesting Ken. It almost has a bit of an eerie feel to it.

    Westbound at Allan.
    Cheers, Jack


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    re post #3144 jackyamstel.


    Thank you Jack, I must admit playing with Paint.net layers. Original screenshot overlaid with B/W blended with a further tinge.

    Cheers Ken

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    That's a nice panoramic view oknotsen. Good stuff.
    Cheers, Jack

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    CPR......



    Cheers evilcrow

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    Superbe show Jack and oknotsen. Ken, those last two looks like the Imax movie: "The Rocky Mountain Express".....which, imho, any railfan should own in the bluray version..... Top of the top of the top steam locomotive movie/documentary.......
    Cheers,
    Pierre
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    re post #3149 Rail4Pete.

    Thank you Pierre, I must look out for that DVD. Have just seen a few clips on YouTube and am impressed. Also saw that the loco 2816 may be scrapped; surely not?.

    Cheers Ken.

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