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    Thanks Rail4Pete!
    RE: Reskin. Had to check my memory. It's not cloned so it must be the original. "Water Tower 3 MBC081" <kuid:431633:111716> It's one of a series of great looking heated water towers authored by Cayden.

    Last edited by CaseyBerg; March 8th, 2020 at 11:21 AM. Reason: added pic
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    Nice work you're doing in these shots of yours, Casey. The guy in my screen shot must be using a company phone texting the boss. You don't want to stand too close to the track when doing those roll-by inspections with the train going track speed. You never know what might be loose and flapping around.

    Cheers, Jack

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    Wheatstone Bridge spanning scenic Runzan Falls
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    Hoping for a bumper crop.

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    Canadian National Super Continental. Vancouver to Montreal in 72 hours and 5 minutes. Give or take.
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    Great shots, Casey! I especially like the one of the farmer working the field with the elevators in the background.

    Here's VIA #1 passing a grain train
    waiting
    in the siding at Touchwood.
    Cheers, Jack

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    Cheers Jack! Always like to check out your prairie shots for the grass assets. Would like to try some of that TURF FX but I’m running an old Mac with an AMD GPU. Well, the grass is always greener etc.

    Regarding the shot of the farmer plowing his field. It’s taken from a static camera. Off camera right, in the next field over is a harvest scene. I’ve posted pics here in the past. In late summer, I’ll slide the static camera over to the harvest scene for a new viewpoint. Same grain elevators but different seasonal activity in the foreground. Keeps it visually interesting.

    Social distancing just means more Trainz time.
    Mixed PGE
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    Wonderful shot Casey & Jack !
    Rail4Pete

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    Hard not to love this engine...



    smyers

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    I'll second that!
    Three cheers from the roundhouse crew going out to Trainboi1.

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    Where does one find this little beauty?

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    Never mind I found it!!

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    Great shots, Casey and smeyers!

    Many thanks to Trainboi1 for the lovely CPR engine!

    Cheers, Jack

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    Casey, Jack and Smyers...I like your screenshot with the new D10 very much !
    Rail4Pete

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    Casey,
    This shot reminds me of something the famed railroad photographer Nicholas Morant might take.
    Well done.

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