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Thread: Trainz Forge: Routes, Reskins and Renders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckwagon2010 View Post
    First off, calm the flip down. Second, he will releae it at some point maybe in the next few months. It is not determined wether not it'll be freeware or not. Also, considering that it's unfinished, and the fact that no current mention of release has been stated, means he probably won't send it to you now.
    He's being sarcastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckwagon2010 View Post
    YES! FINALLY! A NEW CHALLENGER, or shall I say, new challenger aproaching?
    First off, calm the flip down. Second, he will releae it at some point maybe in the next few months. It is not determined wether not it'll be freeware or not. Also, considering that it's unfinished, and the fact that no current mention of release has been stated, means he probably won't send it to you now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by H222 View Post
    First off, calm the flip down. Second, he will releae it at some point maybe in the next few months. It is not determined wether not it'll be freeware or not. Also, considering that it's unfinished, and the fact that no current mention of release has been stated, means he probably won't send it to you now.
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    man im dead

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    You guys are crazy. I freaking was at work goofing off reading the forum. Started reading about the 'soon' to be released locomotive. Was laughing out loud, I could not stop! Had to turn my phone off so no one would catch me looking at crazy stuff on the net in the office. Thank you for the comic relief, I have not laughed like that in a long time. Bravo!

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    I have been UNO reversed

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    More work on the Challenger. Front engine unit is more or less complete save for a few minor details and pipes that will get added once the boiler is in.



    And for fun, a look at a fully completed wheel set for the Challenger. The rear drivers will still need a few parts moved around and I'll have to build a trailing truck, but its a good look at what is in store.


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    Amazing work .

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    Going off the front pilot, and pictures on steamlocomotive.com, if it's not UP, then the most likely 4-6-6-4 is a NP Z-6.
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    I'm certain this is the older UP Challengers.

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    Although an NP Z-6 would really be welcome and unique!
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    Is this a Styrene kit that we put together, just kidding!

    That's really amazing modeling and I can barely take in the amount of work needed to create this model. The Northern Pacific and the Spokane, Portland & Seatle are my favorite PNW fallen flags, I'm going out on a limb that this is an NP Z-6 in the making.
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    Would love more SP&S. I actually have an HO SP&S caboose I picked up somewhere. My favorite caboose!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Would love more SP&S. I actually have an HO SP&S caboose I picked up somewhere. My favorite caboose!
    I was really hoping that the 4-6-6-4 was a Clinchfield E-1 or E-2 as they worked not far from where I have family living. We don't have a lot of original Clinchfield steam locomotives in Trainz, they're mostly reskins of other locomotives.
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