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    Climbing the Giants Staircase the Denver - Salt Lake City Bumble Bee Express









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    The Bumble Bee Express climbing into the real mountains







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    Topping the hill









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    Norm you always have the best narrow gauge routes to take pictures on. Nice shots.
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    I can just get lost and fully immersed in these mountain pictures, what an artist you are..........Great stuff!

    Thanks for sharing with us.

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    The magic is all Jango's I'm just along for the ride.

    Locomotive by Prowler901, carriages by Togog BTW.
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    great, looks like hard work through those mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    The magic is all Jango's I'm just along for the ride.

    Locomotive by Prowler901, carriages by Togog BTW.

    Hi Norm,
    always fond of the old Rollins NG?

    Beautiful screenshots!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jango View Post
    Hi Norm,
    always fond of the old Rollins NG?

    Beautiful screenshots!
    It is more like I'm fond of old western railroading and your Rollins Pass is one of the best routes to feed the need.

    (Hum, Rollins Pass could do a nice stand in for California's mountains for the Central Pacific )
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    Just a shot of a narrow gauge WIP. The loco has sneaked in from the Welsh Highland Railway....
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    Where there was once a wooden approach bridge and a castle drawbridge there is now a narrow gauge railway line!
    A recycled Right of Way


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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Topping the hill

    picture , picture , picture , picture
    Dear friend, what kind of route is this, you are working on?
    Is this TransDEM based or "freelance" built?
    Is this map available anywhere anyway any time?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosplay View Post
    Dear friend, what kind of route is this, you are working on?
    Is this TransDEM based or "freelance" built?
    Is this map available anywhere anyway any time?
    That is Rollins Pass by TrainzItalia's Jango, it is a DEM based route I think. At this time I don't think it is available anywhere as they are getting ready to release a new TANE version.

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...10-winter-NEWS

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...m-TrainZItalia

    There were older payware versions Rollins Pass 1915 and Rollins Pass 1915 Winter that aren't available any more. Jango was kind enough to allow me to release a narrow gauge version with his help for a brief time on their site but it is also no longer available.

    TrainzItalia does have Sherman Hill (standard gauge) and White Pass and Yukon (narrow gauge) available as freeware but you will have to register to gain access.

    They also have Donner Pass available as payware for TS12SP1.

    Rumor has it that their West From Denver modernized for TANE might be coming also. (same area as Rollins Pass 1910 but some 75 years later)

    Edit: I should mention that there is <kuid:682163:101168> D&RGW ROLLINS PASS WITH MOFFAT TUNNEL 2.3 by pennsylvaniarr01 on the DLS which appears to be based on the same DEM.
    Last edited by normhart; October 4th, 2017 at 08:28 PM.
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    Dear normhart,
    many thanks for your interesting good news.
    A very long time I search for a narrow gauge D&RGW line.
    (or anything else in this way)

    The next step? I have to catch this route - somehow.


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    Timber Ridge Line by Klinger on the DLS, while old it is very interesting with 30", 36", and Standard Gauge tracks (some duel gauge too). Not DEM by any means but a lot of fun trying to modernize and add stuff to. If you have been collecting D&RGW stuff this is the place to run them all.

    There are a couple of threads about Timber Ridge Line here in the screenshot section of the forum. Here is a quick shot from TRL on the 36" line.



    PennsylvaniaRR's route is D&RGW modern but fantasy too.

    Have fun!
    Last edited by normhart; October 5th, 2017 at 06:18 PM.
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