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    Quote Originally Posted by acelaamtrak View Post
    Coming soon on DLS: Modeltrainz Japan.
    Some pics.

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    looks good, and like a lot of DLS content.

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    What edition of Trainz does it need? Also, I know that if I download that, I'll be doing what every one did when they got their first train, SEE HOW FAST THE SHINKANSHEN GOES!
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    Default Port Zyd & Fulazturn Railroad

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    Nice job philskene, Great job on this, can you give us a example of high big this route it? Will this be a DLC piece?

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    Matt --

    a) 8 x 2 baseboards = 16
    b) Possibly.

    Edit:
    The HUD is off but the consist was at full throttle and travelling at just over 70mph. The video runs for about 10 minutes. So, if my maths is correct, the distance travelled on that particular loop (there are other possible routes on the layout) is about 12 miles.
    Last edited by philskene; October 11th, 2015 at 01:47 AM.

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    PHIL, I for one and I'm sure many other trainzers would be very grateful if this layout is released as DLC. (EPA have been bribed).

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    Or if it was also released for TS12.

    Still a bang-up job, Phil. Always glad to see some of your work around here.

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    OK all you Cats and Kittens how about a blast from the past?

    [Really big picture removed]



    Edit: Wow, I do not know what happened to this picture. It is about twice the size (in MB) that it should be.

    Lets try this;



    Last edited by normhart; October 12th, 2015 at 05:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    OK all you Cats and Kittens how about a blast from the past?
    I've been pondering on making a Christmas-themed Lionel layout myself. I also have a collectors guide to Lionels from their 'Golden Age' so I decided to make replicas of Lionel train sets in Trainz based on the info based on what the book listed. I then went onto the DLS and got managed to recreate a few. I will also note that one advantages of building Model Railroadz is that I don't have to deal with cats laying on the layout!
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    That is mcguirel's Lionel Lines-Model Railroader III Route imported into TANE. The locomotive in the foreground is one of hoborailcat's Lionel Postwar locos. The green one in the background is one of newyorkcentral's Holiday Mikados. I have no idea where I found them, they are not on the DLS. The passenger cars in the foreground are pweiser's Lionel Lines coaches and the ones in the background are mcguirel's Cresent Limited, these are on the DLS.


    I asume you are talking about taking standard locomotives and rolling stock from the DLS and combining them into consists that match Lionel offerings?

    Edit: http://www.trainweb.org/hoboshornsounds/ These are based on bdaneal's locomotives and need some work to get operational.
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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    I asume you are talking about taking standard locomotives and rolling stock from the DLS and combining them into consists that match Lionel offerings?
    Exactly. I can't remember the train set number, but I know that you can get a close reproduction in Trainz by taking Leeferr's Commodore Vanderbilt Hudson and combine it with PWeiser's silver Lionel Lines cars. I must note that the actual Lionel train set had a 2-6-4 designed to look like the streamlined Hudsons used on the 20th Century Limited, but since that's not available, I went with Leeferr's Hudson. You can make the Union Pacific 50th Anniversary set by combining PWeiser's yellow Lionel Lines cars with anl's Union Pacific FA-1. However, when I downloaded it (anl's FA-1), I got an error I did not know how to fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    OK all you Cats and Kittens how about a blast from the past?

    [Really big picture removed]



    Edit: Wow, I do not know what happened to this picture. It is about twice the size (in MB) that it should be.

    Lets try this;



    Wow, I made this model railroad way before this craze.............. Older than dirt.......... Can't believe people still enjoy it........

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcguirel View Post
    Wow, I made this model railroad way before this craze.............. Older than dirt.......... Can't believe people still enjoy it........
    Mcguirel, I think I speak for most of us when I say that your routes are great, even the old ones!

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