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    Quote Originally Posted by pepperref View Post
    My first completed(?) model railroad. Inspired by Russell Schoof's Free Haven Terminal (Model Railroader, October 1990 and 48 Top Notch Track Plans, 1993) and my memories of the SP working the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles.

    Purely a switching layout with a purposeful operating concept. Inbound cuts from staging get sorted by destination and delivered. Pick-ups are brought back to the yard and returned to staging.
    Those screenshots look phenomenal Pepperref. I hope to see it released at some point. What ships are you using in your port area?

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by H222 View Post
    Those screenshots look phenomenal Pepperref. I hope to see it released at some point. What ships are you using in your port area?

    Cheers,
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    Hi Jamie - It's already released on the DLS.

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    You can find it by searching for 'Free Haven MR'

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    htt
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    yout in a London penthouse apartment was the idea.imgur.com/vNUf2
    Last edited by hotgrove; August 5th, 2020 at 06:54 PM.

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    NARM's site^

    My personal site: https://hiawathamr.weebly.com/​

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    Hello All,

    I downloaded Free Haven a few days ago, it's really interesting Route.....

    Very well done, and reminds me of a time when I small Kid in Los Angeles area, I got to see some of these areas back in the early 50's problem is, I don't remember all the areas we drove thru with my Parents. There was so many things to look at when your kid........

    Thank you for creating a terrific little Route........Bravo Sir......

    And Philskene, I see your at it again, cool Video.........Thanks for sharing with us........

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    #3184. That's an interesting large layout hotgrove. The room is pretty darn impressive too.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KotangaGirl View Post
    ...The room is pretty darn impressive too.
    Obviously a rich American in his penthouse that likes UK trains!
    John,
    (A bear of little brain)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KotangaGirl View Post
    #3184. That's an interesting large layout hotgrove. The room is pretty darn impressive too.
    Thanks,it's my first real go at model rail but I should have paid more attention to the actual layout as opposed to the room.
    Still very much a WIP....about half way there I would say if I don't abandon it which I have a habit of doing.
    The space in the middle is too big.Intended it to be L-shaped but for some reason it morphed into an oval.
    I realise the whole project needs to be smaller in size and contain much more interest if that makes sense
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    Anyway it's nice to be back in trainz after a long absence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddytoot View Post
    Obviously a rich American in his penthouse that likes UK trains!
    That was the idea teddytoot.
    A penthouse layout in the centre of London.
    The Gherkin can be seen in the distance through one of the corner windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Now I hope oknotosn posts some more screenshots of this WIP above!
    My last two screenshots in this thread are actually of routes I uploaded to the DLS years ago. I am bumping most of my assets from a TS12 build number to a TANE build number. While doing so I figured "I might as well take a screenshot and post it for old time sake".

    Ever since I uploaded those, a lot of people have proven to be way better model railroad builders then I am , but I think these two are still unique in amount of levels and lack of decoration (which the routes they are based on also lacked).

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    It's finally time for a new Module!


    In this special episode, I celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the channel by creating a followup to the popular Long Lake Lumber Co. module. Welcome to Long Lake Logging Camp, home to a Decker Log Loader, Slash Burner, Spar Poles, Portable Housing, and Several Small Animals. So grab your Axe and a handful of Company Scrip- it's going to be a wild ride!


    Route Name and Kuid-
    M120 - Long Lake Logging Camp Kuid:699717:100119


    Last edited by TrainmasterGT; August 8th, 2020 at 12:44 PM.

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    From a WIP Model
    (with one or two MR room items not on the DLS yet)

    Graham


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    Nicely done Graham. Good to see you getting back into things.
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    Thanks Annie, that little route is a pre-Covid one, just fancied doing a screenie from it.
    I've used a pelmet above the layout plus a new valance and skirt plus a surprise feature or two all in a new type of location!
    Graham


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