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    RE post #4515 CaseyBerg
    Very nice composition of an urban scene.
    Re post # 4514 Rail4Pete
    Getting an panning shot is hard, well done Pierre.

    BTW Roy and Pierre, thanks for the compliments.



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    Cheers evilcrow, and another nice one from you.

    Some good old country comfort.

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    re post #4517 CaseyBerg

    That is a fierce shot, very nice.



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    Lovely shots everyone
    I know I haven't posted anything for a few months, been working on 2 American routes. I would share a screenshot from it with Canadian powers, but I don't think Canada has any deserts

    I do have another Canadian themed route in my head, which will involved some switching

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    [QUOTE=hiawathamr;1816673]Lovely shots everyone
    I know I haven't posted anything for a few months, been working on 2 American routes. I would share a screenshot from it with Canadian powers, but I don't think Canada has any deserts

    Go ahead and post them. No real arid desert here but we have some semi arid territory along the Thompson River, around Ashcroft B.C., that has doubled for desert in tv and feature film shoots.
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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    evilcrow: Like the tone in those shots.


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    Awesome shot! Where did you get those units if you dont mind me asking? they look amazing!

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    Casey and Evilcrow...those are breath taking shot ....seriously !

    Cheers,
    Rail4Pete

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    Thanks Rail4Pete and Jetsboi1997
    Jetsboi1997: The units are personal re-skins (WIP) of F7 assets available from The Erecting Hall.

    Suburban scenery

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyBerg View Post
    QUOTE=hiawathamr;1816673Lovely shots everyone
    I know I haven't posted anything for a few months, been working on 2 American routes. I would share a screenshot from it with Canadian powers, but I don't think Canada has any deserts

    Go ahead and post them. No real arid desert here but we have some semi arid territory along the Thompson River, around Ashcroft B.C., that has doubled for desert in tv and feature film shoots.
    casey
    Sorry for the late reply, been busy taking care of things and such - not easy with some of them..
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    Anyway, somewhere in the desert (and when I said a desert, I really mean a desert ), a CP train makes its way through the desert early in the morning.




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    hiawathamr: Yep, that's dry!
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    that's the type of railfanning i'd do. anything from the USA and Canada, in any setting in the USA and Canada
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    Casey - Yep, a true desert as some would say

    John - Same here. Personally I like making routes in Canada the most (probably because there is a lack of Canadian routes except the mountain routes).

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    CPR D10 #873 leaving Bilodeau yard out of Valley-Junction Quebec on june 8 1958 (TANE with all sliders to Ultra)

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