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    Thanks for the explanation John

    Michael

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    Thanks so much guys, made a minor change, this may go back to how it was depending on what you think
    or this one
    Last edited by mrmegaminer; July 25th, 2018 at 07:34 AM.

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    changed the bridge back to how it was before and here is a screenshot of anther area on the route
    Last edited by mrmegaminer; July 26th, 2018 at 08:03 PM.

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    another video, decided to add a small station to the branch, I have a plan involving it so hopefully it turns out well


    The plan, let me know your thoughts
    Last edited by mrmegaminer; July 29th, 2018 at 12:39 AM.

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    This project has become way more ambitious than it originally was, so I'm going to change the topic name

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    Your project is coming along very nicely.

    I kind of expected this to happen because that happens with Trainz and you end up really getting into the nitty gritty stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCitron View Post
    Your project is coming along very nicely.

    I kind of expected this to happen because that happens with Trainz and you end up really getting into the nitty gritty stuff.
    Thank you for your support, anyhow, here is another quick video, this time of the station

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    Hint:

    CTRL+H for hiding junction arrows and names.

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    It's coming along very night.

    As Richarde says. Press CTRL+H to hide the junction lever arrows.
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    it's not much, but I have started to change the roads

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    Your route is looking very nice!
    Do you know what the locomotive is called that you used in the videos??




    Renocerous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renocerous View Post
    Your route is looking very nice!
    Do you know what the locomotive is called that you used in the videos??





    Renocerous
    Thanks, which specific videos? That way I know which you are referring to.
    Last edited by mrmegaminer; August 12th, 2018 at 07:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmegaminer View Post
    Thanks, which specific videos? That way I know which you are referring to.
    The locomotive... I had to go back and watch again!

    The blue and yellow freight diesels, not the BR ones. Are they Australian? I can't tell, but their shape is very North American.

    The route is coming along nicely. Job well done!
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    mrmegaminer, It is great to see the progress you are making here! Just curious, do you know the link in your signature is dead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pware View Post
    One issue to consider that is evident in your screenshot is that rail yards, depots, sidings, workshops, etc are very rarely constructed in a totally open, vacant, unoccupied environment - like a totally flat and empty baseboard. In the real world these structures have to content with existing geography and land use - the buildings, roads, rivers, etc that are already there and cannot be moved.
    It also depends on which railway/railroad and terminus you are basing your model on. The UK's Great Western Railway was built mainly under the direction of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a man who possessed vision and foresight and tended to buy more land than he needed. His rationale was that "Land is cheap" (if only it was today) and we may need to expand later. He planned a "Broad Gauge" railway of 6 feet width between the rails and bought sufficient land to ensure single track branches could be "doubled" in the future if traffic demands required it. As a Civil Engineer, Brunel was highly capable of undertaking complex challenges diverting watercourses, bridging, tunnelling, cutting out or embanking the landscape to get his railway where he wanted it to be.
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