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    Smile The Canadian Thread - Hi-Res images

    Since I enjoy the USA, UK, Australian and other themed screenshot threads, I thought I'd start one for us Canucks.

    I'll start off with a CN shot. Anyone recognize the location?

    - Ray

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    Washago, Ontario.

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    Nice!Where can I find those tracks?

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    Wow! Very nice there Hoseclamp! Is this the CASO Sub by any chance and will this become a full route for download? -Chris

    Btw: DaSnakke: those are his own tracks, they are not avalible yet.

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    To DaSnakke, as chrisracer stated they are my own custom tracks (chunky mesh) that are yet to be completed/released. I am still working on them and will release them when they are ready.

    To chrisracer, tlanders got it right. It is in fact Washago, Ontario which is the junction of the Newmarket and Bala Subs (MP 98.8 of the Newmarket Sub / MP 88.9 of the Bala Sub). As for release, it's really way too early to say, but if my route was to be released it would likely not be via the DLS due to its sheer size (total mainline milage is in the neighborhood of 600 miles!)

    So here's another shot, this one shows a couple more track textures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoseclamp View Post
    ...(total mainline milage is in the neighborhood of 600 miles!)
    600 miles!? If you started in Toronto, that would take you up to Hornepayne!

    Is this route set in the past? Some of the tracks shown have now been removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisracer8903 View Post
    Wow! Very nice there Hoseclamp! Is this the CASO Sub by any chance and will this become a full route for download? -Chris

    Btw: DaSnakke: those are his own tracks, they are not avalible yet.
    Looks great - just out of interest, what is the kuid of those double signals up on the gantry? I've never been able to find them.


    Thanks

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    Bravos! Nice pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaSnakke View Post
    Nice!Where can I find those tracks?
    If I were you, I'd just get the hi-res 3d tracks at http://jointedrail.com

    Best quality ever. Period.


    "I may be an idiot, but I'm not stupid." -Dan Kelly

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    Cheers Mick.

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    CPR Passenger train awaiting track clearance near Revelstoke BC.

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    --michael.
    a maze of twisty little passages, all alike

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    A CN freight ventures across the wilderness...



    A CN COFC train rolls throught no where

    Santa Fe All the Way from the Windy City to L.A

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    Greatest Railroad ever, R.I.P

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    Back of Port Jarvis Yard

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    CNR, your photos just continue to amaze me. The last two are really realistic. Good job
    Daniel

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