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Thread: MNRR Hudson Line WIP

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    Out of curiosity, is this route still in development, or has it joined the great railway in the sky?
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    Yeah it still is. It's just that I've been busy lately with other projects and school. Now that Im on break I can get some more work done.

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    Its about time for an update.

    Sadly I had TONS of missing DEM data on the route so I've decided to start fresh with a new route and DEM.

    This time I am making the route differently. It will be loaded with custom content including stations, bridges, building, and possibly some new M1s,M2s, and M3s or a new shoreliner set. Plus I've experimented a bit more with detailing routes and using better assets. Right now I have started in NYC and will make my way north eventually.

    Should I do both levels of GCT?
    Also is there any good tunnel systems out there that anyone would reccomend?

    Screenshots coming later...

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    Surveyor game: fire.

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    Park Avenue Tunnel





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    More stuff.




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    Cool shots of Park Avenue and the cosmopolitans.

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    What roads are you using, they look nice.
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    Wow, Great Work!

    Thats one heck of an accomplishment already.

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    The roads that I will most likely be using (Which are shown in pics) are the 082 asphalt roads. not sure if I got them from a site or from the DLS.


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    I asked that same question after his last post Meow, lol. I like their look, but unfortunately they're not a complete system. In some ways thats a good thing, because it'll make you as a creator fill in the gaps, but there are some things that it'll never be able to do....

    What I wouldn't give for a complete road system with decent textures and an elevation system that made sense.....

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    Really nice work so far.
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    This is a wonderful start to what I think is one of the most beautiful rail lines in the Northeast. No place in my opinion compares to the Metro North Commuter Railroad's Hudson Line, especially in autumn. Well done, and keep up the good work.
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    I definitely agree. I like seeing a lot of the scenic routes from different routes all around the world but my favorite railroad would be the Metro North, especially the Hudson line because you there's a nice view of the river, and a variety of railroads run along the Hudson such as Metro North, Amtrak, CSX and Canadian Pacific. I think the Hudson is the most scenic out of all the other lines in the Metro North Railroad. It's also interesting modelling a couple of spur or abandoned trackage along the journey up the Hudson such as the abandoned putnam branch and the Maybrook/Beacon line.

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    Abandoned tracks are: 1) interesting 2) often found near commuter lines
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