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    Nice shots! Looks like they measured that tunnel clearance with a micrometer!
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    Just the angle of view, double stack containers fit through all 32 tunnels without any issue
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    Absolutely amazing. Are those iron ore gondolas your own creation? Never seen them before

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    No they are brazilian ore cars, no idea where i got them, where to get them or who made them (author "unknown")









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    The level of detail on this is absolutely amazing - love it!!!

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    I just saw this - Its amazing! Well done!

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    Thanks guys! It's slowly coming along...








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    Flusi, how did you get the "elephant ears" on the F&AM U25C's? I kind of want to add "elephant ears" to SP SD45 locomotives and I was wondering where I could start. Thanks!

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    Astonishing detail! Absolutely fantastic looking route.
    Cheers,
    Piere.

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    I agree lookslike a great route WIP.
    I did a Google search for F&AM U25C's and F&AM no results - can anyone shed some light on this railway and rolling stock etc and or more info on the great looking Iron Ore Cars ( they look like a Chinese build)
    butler57

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    Quote Originally Posted by flusi737 View Post
    Thanks guys! It's slowly coming along...
    Well Sir, I will have you know, take as much time as you need to get this Route where you want it to be.........

    The Pictures are terrific, it looks so real life and well Detailed.....

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    Top notch stuff! Very creative and original.

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    First off, as always, thank you everyone!

    - Elephant ears were added by people over at CPS, i had nothing to do with the process. Not doing engine stuff or reskins myself anymore due to time reasons

    - The FdeAM is a fictional railroad, it doesn't exist in real life. The name comes from the region the town of Orizaba in the state of Veracruz is located in. Its logo is the town of Heroica Veracruz banner, and the paint scheme is adapted from the Deseret Power Railroad, an electric mine RR that uses E60's on a 50 something closed off private line to a powerplant

    Cheers everyone, ~ Felix
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    Quote Originally Posted by flusi737 View Post
    First off, as always, thank you everyone!

    - Elephant ears were added by people over at CPS, i had nothing to do with the process. Not doing engine stuff or reskins myself anymore due to time reasons

    - The FdeAM is a fictional railroad, it doesn't exist in real life. The name comes from the region the town of Orizaba in the state of Veracruz is located in. Its logo is the town of Heroica Veracruz banner, and the paint scheme is adapted from the Deseret Power Railroad, an electric mine RR that uses E60's on a 50 something closed off private line to a power plant

    Cheers everyone, ~ Felix

    i love fictional, it's good to let one's mind to think of what if, this was possible, how would it look etc.......


    Interesting and intriguing that you mentioned this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deseret_Power_Railway

    I was on a trip across USA to see some friends in the Midwest, and on our return trip, we just happened by chance I suppose to take a Highway that paralleled this Route, and I got to see the one train pulling loaded cars of Coal to the Power Plant......

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    So impressive mate, love your work!

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