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    I recognize that hillside... last seen covered with snow?

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    Good views, impressive speed over the lift bridge!

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    Smile Charging the Batteries



    NYC Tri-Power (Hybrid) switcher 1526 runs its diesel to charge batteries prior to working a siding with no third-rail.

    (By the way, JATWS is back up! But this one isn't quite ready...)

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    Excited for the Tri-Power stuff PWeiser, always loved your electrics.

    Here's an interesting suggestion. If you don't already have this in the books, try out a Dallas Area Rapid Transit SLRV-type EMU. I'll link a photo. I'd love to maybe skin them for you and create a sound file for them. It's a 3-section (used to be two-section) articulated design with 4 two-axle trucks that are in the trapezoidal indents in the cars. They come with an air whistle and air horn (probably a Leslie RS2M, can't be sure) and a standard non-electronic bell. I'd recommend making the sections separate assets to save the trouble of articulating everything and to allow flexibility within the trainset, like you did with the amazing bipolars. They are open-gangway between the articulated parts.

    Thanks for reading!
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    RodBasin and Speedbumptrucker1, Are the bipolars in your screenshots available somewhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    RodBasin and Speedbumptrucker1, Are the bipolars in your screenshots available somewhere?
    Yes they are on PWeisers site. https://www.jatws.org/PWeiser/index.htm#MR
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    Ah yes, lots of awesome stuff there. Thanks KenRuof!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DARTrider View Post
    Excited for the Tri-Power stuff PWeiser, always loved your electrics.

    Here's an interesting suggestion. If you don't already have this in the books, try out a Dallas Area Rapid Transit SLRV-type EMU. I'll link a photo. I'd love to maybe skin them for you and create a sound file for them. It's a 3-section (used to be two-section) articulated design with 4 two-axle trucks that are in the trapezoidal indents in the cars. They come with an air whistle and air horn (probably a Leslie RS2M, can't be sure) and a standard non-electronic bell. I'd recommend making the sections separate assets to save the trouble of articulating everything and to allow flexibility within the trainset, like you did with the amazing bipolars. They are open-gangway between the articulated parts.

    Thanks for reading!
    Hmmm... how'd I miss this? I used to see those at the crossing in Farmer's Branch (now elevated).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWeiser View Post
    Hmmm... how'd I miss this? I used to see those at the crossing in Farmer's Branch (now elevated).
    Interesting, you're from the Dallas area too?
    Thanks for considering my suggestion, love the Tri-Powers and your MILW stuff!

    Please don't forget the roll signs on the DART stuff
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