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Thread: Narrow gauge screenshots

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    Heres a little pick of a 2ft narrow gauge route I've just started. The only thing is for some reason the loverly ballast textures and some of the grass has gone very white and i don't know why. It almost looks like it's been snowing. I don't suppose anyone might know why it's gone a funny color?


    http://img388.imageshack.us/my.php?i...reen001kt7.jpg

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    Name of Route Classified
    Will be released as soon as I can talk to Kevin at UST.
    Ethan


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    Hello,this is some screens by me and me friend Pmatusek - I build small map for polish setting,Pmatusek builds map ,,Osecke doly n.p."...

    My screens:






    ..and screens my friend Pmatusek:






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    ...nad link to my webpage - www.uzkyrozchod.ic.cz
    Last edited by stefja; December 3rd, 2006 at 06:43 AM.

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    Repost of earlier image that for some reason didnt come out right. More pics to follow.
    Last edited by LLANBADARN; December 3rd, 2006 at 04:12 PM.

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    Welsh Pony has some fun with "tender levitation" (hitting buffers with slate cars...-_-)
    Last edited by redline41190; December 3rd, 2006 at 06:48 PM.
    removing rubbish from narrow gauge lines

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    no to be overly posting but..

    Britomart hauls a train out of Beddert (on the Alaric Vale Ry)
    removing rubbish from narrow gauge lines

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    Last edited by Darkdan; December 4th, 2006 at 05:32 AM.

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    3A sits in front of the morning passenger train, whilst 7A sits next to the loco facilities waiting to ready it's train.


    Zec
    P.S. sorry about the image file size. I wanted to keep as much detail as possible.

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    @S301 What for a Truck I can see right side in the background.

    Some Screenies from the new Steamer. :rolleyes:

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    A picture of Russel passing Holbrook farm on the fictional "Llanbadarn Fawr Falls" preserved railway.
    The farmer and his wife pose in the background.

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    My screen from map Osecke doly n.p. (Osek mine national company )
    U37(reskin)firm CHEMIE national company ( U37 from Vladimíra Steffana)


    Railway Station Osek there is TU 47 and U37


    C17 freight good trains from Osek mine on CHEMIE n.p.



    I trust so screen is good and so with like

    ( I am sorry my English no good )

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    Ariving a railway station in Village:

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    what is the web address for this loco to be downloaded ?
    have downloaded this before but forgot what the address is !

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    To add to the collection, some early stage pictures of the Ffestinog line, (an update to Windowmakers line).

    The first pic is of "Welsh Pony" & "Prince" storming out of Boston Lodge works heading towards the station.
    The next couple of pics are from my new Penrhyn site where the station will go in. This shot is looking towards Blaenau Ffestiniog. (only 1 hours work there)


    This shot is looking in the oposite direction from the first shot still looking at Penrhyn.


    The last shot is still looking the same way but closer to the station site.


    I'll post some more once the route starts to take shape.
    Cheers, Daniel

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    Passing a small village

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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