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    Away game
    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    Hello Chris. Good to see you around again and with a couple of fine screenshots as always.

    That's a nice shot from you, davemare. Is that a route of your own making?

    Casey, wonderful scenes from you.

    Eastbound empty K+S potash hoppers.
    Cheers,
    Jack
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    Thanks Jack, looking fine there yourself. Mighty fine work everybody else as well!
    Here's a couple more of my own to compliment the 2 others.





    Chris
    And as always, Have fun!

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    Awesome screenshots everyone!

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    Been a while since I last posted a screenshot here, but hopefully it was worth it

    Some street running in the town of Afton





    Cheers

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    It was worth it. Great shot!!!
    Aging gets better the more you forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stopp1 View Post
    Classic MLWs running the branch.

    What's the grain terminal called (keywords)? Is it on the DLS, or is it a 3rd Party Item. If it's on the DLS, would I be able to get the Kuid Number?

    Thanks.

    - RR70
    Railroading is a separate entity from any other job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyratrast View Post
    Based on Sarcee Yard in Calgary, AB

    Need to do something different with roads.
    Man those are terrific shots and a stellar layout! Truly nice work..

    - RR70
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    The street running scenes look really nice. You don't really see that often in the trainz world.
    Here's another one from me.

    Chris
    And as always, Have fun!

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    Thanks for the kind comments Gary_Evans and Enzo1; glad to hear it was worth the wait

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    Nice screenshot there Enzo1

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    Last round of screenshots with the street running as I continue working on the countryside.






    Onto the countryside




    Cheers

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    My goodness, do those locomotives ever take a bath for Grime and Grease and heavens knows, probably road kill too........Pardon me, I get it now, we have to pay the Railroad investors first and the little Scraps of cash will be devy'd up for Maintenance and such........

    However with all the Grimy stuff, the deep shadows make up for it............Especially the street scenes, one of my favorites.......

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    Those street running scenes are great hiawathamr! I especially like the ones with the CPR SD40s.

    Another nice one from you as well, Chris. You've been showing us an interesting mix of power.

    Here's some westbound grain at the lower spiral tunnel. It's early morning and the sun doesn't get down into the valley much yet.
    Cheers, Jack
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    Default Columbia & Kootenay Ry

    Columbia & Kootenay Railway at Proctor BC in 1902 with C&KSN Sternwheelers



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    This old railway hotel has seen better days. Now, it’s chilly in the winter, too hot in the summer, the floors creak, weak water pressure, elevators break down, and there are cobwebs in the penthouse.

    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    Great vintage shots guys!
    “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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