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    Quote Originally Posted by rickf77 View Post
    I've already swapped some of the trees in that shot.
    Yeah, what looks right one day, sometimes just does not look right the next day lol. Been there way too many times. Have you tried the trees by bbf11? Wonderful selection of flora.
    Clam1952, msgsapper and Jankvis (spell might be wrong) are also very, very good - such very talented folk.
    Yeah will pop my head out of the window and give Kingstonflyer a yell on the next steam excursion. July 18th - so exciting.

    Brilliant shots joosten!
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    thanks all for the nice comment and yes the route is feeling home in T:ANE and proof of WYSIWYG.





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    Sorry guys I been busy of course its that time of year agen schools out and so are the brats which means my hrs go into summer hrs and less time for anything pc related.
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    Nice shot everyone, keep them coming ! ...I was on vacation.....

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    I trust everyone survived Canada Day. In Whitehorse there was lots going on. Not sure if they had fireworks or not as it stays light until very late - past my bedtime anyway! A couple more days and I should be in Inuvik, 24 hour daylight. That should be interesting!

    Lovely shot from you Rick. Sails on the water and a colourful sky. Is that a schooner? I don't know much about ships. Those little trees must be newly planted. How's that going?

    Pierre has given us another nice one too!

    Cheers,
    Jack

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    I installed the MBC 2010 554 route into TS12 SP1 HF4, and got all dependencies, but cliffs and some rivers have just grid texture. No faulty dependencies, no missing dependencies. Any way to fix the textures? By the way, I am loading up the MBC 2010 554 base session.

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    It was pouring here in Ottawa. I don't know how anyone could've celebrated in THAT weather. Last year my family and I didn't get home until 1am.

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    Great Pictures and a great Canada Thread

    Nice Greetings

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    The former DAR line at Fundy Plant looking twords Windsor back wen the line was stell being used.

    Just past millers juct.

    Driving throw Windsor yard couple of RS23s waiting for for the train to pass.
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    What track is that? I really love how the line looks almost overgrown. Oh yeah, I saw a picture of one of those B23-7's being hand-sanded. It was really cool.
    Back after a long break

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeowRailroad View Post
    What track is that?
    I believe that that is one of the numerous different TSM tracks available on the Download Station.
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    Well, we made it to Inuvik after about 14 hours driving, 740 km over 2 days. The Dempster highway was wet and very muddy in places in Yukon but the NWT part was good. 7:30 pm local time and the sun is still way high in the sky. Had muskox burgers for supper - pretty good! I did indeed see some of the WP&Y and took some pictures. Went for a ride the first time I was in Skagway about 7 years ago.

    Anyway, that's a very fine shot from you, Rick. I like how busy it is, the trains, the harbour and city in the background. Real nice! I can see part of a bridge on the right. Is that the one between Halifax and Dartmouth?

    Dragonharh, nice shots there as well, and I agree with MeowRailroad, that track looks real good.

    Have a good one guys!
    Jack
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