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  1. #33151
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    I haven't posted here in a while.

    Experimenting with road and city planning.










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    NR74 leading NR75 with NR72 NR11 and NR24 passing through with 7MP7.


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    T407-Y150 arrive into Bairnsdale with a down goods headed for Orbost (after a bit of shunting), while people are busy on the platform awaiting the departure of the up morning pass service...


  4. #33154
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    Looks busy, great atmosphere and nice detailing Tom.

    Cheers,
    Roy

  5. #33155
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    Quote Originally Posted by rastis View Post
    I haven't posted here in a while.

    Experimenting with road and city planning.
    Hey Rastis, welcome back!

    Experimenting on city layouts can be quite rewarding. Mind, someone doesn't put you on the payroll.

    I like the way you've handled the intersections with that diamond look - the aerial gives a good view of this.

    Just a tip: You may be able to get a more rounded kerb if you try these two kuids. They attach so you get a smooth look.

    <kuid2:122285:1195:1> AJS Pavement Type 1
    <kuid:122285:1196> AJS Pavement Type 1 (90deg)

    Keep at it mate.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy3b3 View Post
    <kuid2:122285:1195:1> AJS Pavement Type 1
    <kuid:122285:1196> AJS Pavement Type 1 (90deg)
    I'd suggest Paulzmay's Pavement sets to the both of you. Much better.


  7. #33157
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    I'll finish this in the next few days, and probably start on a tender for it...
    Then again, I might just start on a new loco.



    Cheers,

  8. #33158
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    Quote Originally Posted by H222 View Post
    I'd suggest Paulzmay's Pavement sets to the both of you. Much better.

    Thanks Jamie for the tip.

    I downloaded all of them - I agree, they look far better and with the various 15 - 30 degree corners available, you could cover every situation that occurs.

    Cheers mate,
    Roy

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