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    Coming together nicely Phil. Keep up the great work. Thanks...

    Cheers, Mac...

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    Very, very nice work Phil. Really liking what you're showing us, can't wait to see more.......


    Cheers,
    TrainzPlayer14

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchy View Post
    I think its something along the lines of "cracked earth" or cracked soil and its by Joe (socalwb909), it should be on the DLS Your route looks really good, personally id muddy the water slightly for the industrial area
    -Whatever you're doing here, you have my attention. Looks good!

    -Joe

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    Joe --

    That's a great texture. I'm glad that I've discovered it.

    Jordon --

    The barge ferry. I actually first put it at the location you suggested. But space is very tight there and I suspect more players will use the ferry and not the tippler. The ferry will, of course, perform the same function no matter where it's located. It might just have to sail slightly further.
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    I've made more progress. Added overlay textures -- HP-Sand 07, 05 and 02 (the last for the highlights). HP-Gras22 and murva 17 (the last to add some greenery where the trees are spotted). And of course the Soil Cracked 1.

    I need to go down to the model shop tomorrow and buy a couple of hundred cactus. Then plant them. Add the walls too. After that it's a matter of further changes and making sure there are sufficient clearances for locomotives and freight cars. And then ... .

    The latest images:





    Looking back through this thread I see that I first started this layout and posted some screen shotz on 12 September. That's Tuesday of last week. It's now Sunday. I've only been able to work on it part time. So I've made reasonable progress. It should be up on the Download Station this week.

    Phil

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    I've still got the paper work to do (description, map, screen shotz, ... ).

    It's been said that routes and layouts are never finished. It's just that the creator eventually gives up. I could probably spend weeks on changes and final adjustments but at some stage I'll have to call it "done".

    I'm done and here it be (full screen / 1080p):



    Once I've packaged it up I'll make an announcement in the Freeware Forum, soon.

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    Awesome job, Phil. Thanks again for all you do.

    Regards,
    -Mike
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    Not a layout, I just like the UB.

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    Railfanning the Mann, Phrom, and Laramee RR, with Ben Neal's excellent locomotive...



    Joel

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    Busy day on the Powder River Basin, as UP 5490 waits for clearance while another loaded coal train passes on track 1


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    i learned a lot from this forum...
    after playing and merging with routes of other people (mainly philskene), reading many technical advises (e.g. shaneturner, jcitron, mikeaus e.o.) and downing a lot of nice beauties (with favourites as jointed rail, k&l trainz, davesnow, jankvis and much, much more), i started to make my own route(s)...

    i had to change rooms: the little space with modelrailroad to a larger level in my maisonette ...
    so i record the track (roco) like it was: sharpest turns, multilevel, nonscenery (just the "boystuff") ... i measured the real dimension/size and brought it to surveyor in TANE .. just 2 levels ..
    i don't dig holes (!), so i lowered the floor, like my teacher(s) did ... and so on ...







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    Niceeeeeeeeee!
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    That's gooood idea!!!


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    Model Railroads can look real too! lol



    -Ben

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