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    Quote Originally Posted by tdstead View Post
    It was huge before and your adding more .. amazing

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    Last one, , hopefully I can release it fairly soon. This added about 5 miles, the other merges added about 15 more so I think it's now about as big as the original that Klinger made and lost in a computer crash. I think it will be fun to drive ! And with all the new industries , will give a lot of possibilities.
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    some more timber ridge stuff , nearing completion on this bit


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    Default Amanda663 strikes again! :D

    <kuid:701024:100590> 18in Russian Railway & <kuid:701024:100636> 18in Russian Railway [MP Session]

    Shortline2 will find this amusing, I'm sure. Several industries, although none are interactive, fun to tootle around on.











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    Cool to see the little trammer out running yes! :-)

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    Makes me wish there was more content for that gauge out there XD

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    Nice outside-frame narrow-gauge machine. Never known about it. Is that available for download, somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thule_P View Post
    Makes me wish there was more content for that gauge out there XD
    True but the existing cars have some unexplored possibilities...



    hauling logs to a sawmill for manufacturing square sets. Passengers on flatcars or in ore hoppers?

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    When I played MSTS there was quite a bit of 18inch gauge British content. Quite an obscure track gauge, in the UK at least only used by the Sand Hutton Railway near York and in various military and industrial locations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorado71 View Post
    Nice outside-frame narrow-gauge machine. Never known about it. Is that available for download, somewhere?
    It looks like togog's Oahu 2-8-2 that has been reskinned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboy559 View Post
    It looks like togog's Oahu 2-8-2 that has been reskinned.

    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanmallard View Post
    When I played MSTS there was quite a bit of 18inch gauge British content. Quite an obscure track gauge, in the UK at least only used by the Sand Hutton Railway near York and in various military and industrial locations.

    I was thinking more along the lines of Minimum Gauge in general, lol (Sand Hutton was 15inch gauge, though there doesn't seem to be that much difference in Trainz between the two from what I can see)

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    I like this little railway Normhart

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    (TRS19) Saxonian 750mm Pre▀nitztalbahn -- Wolkenstein to J÷hstadt

    Departing from J÷hstadt


    Leaving J÷hstadt


    In the forest




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    Hi Peter!

    Very good pictures! Especially this cute loco shed :-)

    I didn't know this route is in process for Trainz. Let me know more, probably there are more buildings needed...


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