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    Default Alma Valley Route by David E. Snow

    These are a few screenshots I have taken from a new route I have been working on for about two months. Actually, I started this route about a year ago, but couldn't get inspired. Then, an Alien from the planet dsakcjhaslkufahsfkuhlasrfjla told me to get busy or he would inject plasma into my spine. Now we wouldn't want THAT to happen would we?




















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    looks good dave.

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    Very nice indeed Dave .
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    Wooow; you managed to do all that in two months? I am jealous.
    Nice work!

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    Excellent work.

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    ... looks fantastic ...

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    Looking great Dave!! What is the F7'ish looking loco you have leading in a few of the shots? Looks pretty cool too!

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    Dave,
    Thank goodness for your "inspiration." The shots are great and the route looks wonderful. I especially like your use of the water effects. They really do shine.

    The outdoor cafe "on the waterfront" looks so nice. Will the steamship be docking there?

    Heinrich505

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    Looks beautiful Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJLIStrickland View Post
    Looking great Dave!! What is the F7'ish looking loco you have leading in a few of the shots? Looks pretty cool too!



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    Thanks Dave!!! I'm off to trainzland !!!

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    Awesome stuff, Dave! I am curious on that parade ground. Are the cadets and their leader one asset unit? Looks like it or it would take a long time to line them up! But the leader may be separate and place-able. Are those assets you made?
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