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    Thanks Rick. Terrific shots from yourself!
    Eboy87, Casey, great stuff from both of you. Looking forward to seeing more Tumbler Ridge shots!

    Cheers, Jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickf77 View Post
    I've got Whitepass's great C.P. 8 hatch reefer. His CN model was too modern for me (wet noodle CN). Is that unit in your shot available anywhere? .... Rick
    Hi Rick, It's a reskin I made of the CN 8 hatch steel reefer by whitepass. Really just backdated the graphics. They began production in 1939 so it works for the era we model. Thanks to whitepass for permission to upload it.

    It's in the Waiting Room so should be available on the DLS soon.

    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    The Forest Sub Mixed prepares to depart Stratford.
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    Thanks very much, Casey!

    Cheers .... Rick

    edit: Nice shots guys. You got the flat land looking real good, Jack!

    Last edited by rickf77; May 26th, 2022 at 07:14 AM.
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    Thanks again, Casey! I settled on an item called crossbuck long ago because I thought it was well done. I like your CDN model even more and replaced all crossbucks this morning.

    Cheers bud .... Rick

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    Glad you like it Rick. More Canadian content to come as Blender skills improve.

    Meanwhile,

    It's been said the run up to the Saw Creek logging camp is a real kidney buster

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    I'm sure every day the boys have to clear something off the tracks that came down those cliffs! Looks good, Casey, I can almost feel the bugs biting me!

    Cheers All .... Rick

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    dman26, those are very nice shots that you posted.

    Rick and Casey, you two are doing a fantastic job with the steam era! Nice job on the reefer, Casey!

    Eastbound at about mile 37.2 west of Ituna.
    Cheers, Jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyBerg View Post
    Glad you like it Rick. More Canadian content to come as Blender skills improve.

    Meanwhile,

    It's been said the run up to the Saw Creek logging camp is a real kidney buster
    This looks so good!

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    rick are you still working on the Dartmouth sub line? I found some blue prints for one of the stations and a buddy and I found the Elderbank station still exists. you have to ask someone to model them I no longer 3d model for the community anymore.

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    Mile 36 heading east.
    Cheers, Jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyBerg View Post
    It's been said the run up to the Saw Creek logging camp is a real kidney buster

    That's some really terrible trackwork, I can see how it can be a kidney buster. (This is actually a compliment, not an insult)
    Owner of Freeman Locomotive Works.

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    Excellent shots, everyone!

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    That's a very nice series of shots, ericmp. You're doing a fine job there!
    Cheers, Jack

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