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  1. #751
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    Are you commanding an AI train to load or driving there yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natvander View Post
    Are you commanding an AI train to load or driving there yourself?
    Driving it myself. Actually, the 'yard' is in a siding. I shunted some wagons into it, unhooked th loco, then shunted the other half of the consist into another siding. Then I hooked the loco up with the consist in the 'yard' siding and left it there for 30mins, but nothing happened.

    So I'm confused as to how it is supposed to work?

    What settings do you recommend for a prototypical 'Produce and Consume' CWS industry?

    I understand what Rate and Initial is on the Produce side, but I don't understand how you can have an Initial Consumption? Basic math tells me that setting that would give you a negative number, which is impossible when zero is the lowest possible entry.


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    I am not sure if there are anymore in this family, probably are.



    KF, K CKF

    cheers

    pete
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    Very nice, Pete!
    http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showthread.php?t=58980
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    Wow, your doing a great job there Pete
    Looking forward to these, will give me some more 4 wheelers to stick behind SG trains on my test track :P
    Zec

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    900 and 901 sit at Wattle Creek with the morning Wadalbavale goods.


    Sitting at Karrah Bay.


    Blasting through Myrnong.



    Zec

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    Talking Telerah - Paterson ( Part of Telerah - Murwillumbah )

    After my 1st route was nearly finished, the hard drive crashed so i hard to start again. This is some screenshots so far.



    44221 + 4504 wait at Telerah to proceed into Maitland




    Red Terror 48115 + Bicentennial 48165 work a sleeper train as track work is scheduled just north of Telerah.



    Paterson Station awaits Quietly for the North Bound Murwillumbah XPT.



    4461 Powers North over Paterson River with a local passenger service for Dungog



    4446 and 4517 Pass 4836 + 4804 on a Brisbane - Sydney Mixed Frieght, 48's will then continue to Martins Creek for a small Ballast working.



    213km North of Sydney and 4836+4804 Continue North, just about to cross Paterson River with Empty Ballast train.


    Hope you liked my shots
    alco_power

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    Sure did Al, looks great.

    Zec, is that normal having the lever cables (whatever) going across tracks?

    Craig

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    WOW alco_power NOW that looks really good love how the typical NSW Railway atmosphere........
    Trains, Planes and a bit of everything else

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred3801 View Post
    WOW alco_power NOW that looks really good love how the typical NSW Railway atmosphere........

    hehe thanks, it HAS To be typical for it to be the best !
    alco_power

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeseeme View Post
    Sure did Al, looks great.

    Zec, is that normal having the lever cables (whatever) going across tracks?

    Craig
    I don't think so, usually the point connecting rods run parallel with the rails, and cross them at 90 degrees. I've never seen them any other way.

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    GM22+GM32 cross Downes Creek bridge with the Indian Pacific in tow.


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    WOW....Alco Power.... That is lovely!! As said above, great NSW atmosphere. Thumbs up indeed
    That 4th shot is GORGEOUS.
    Keep up the good work.

    Cheers!
    Ausrail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausrail8040 View Post
    WOW....Alco Power.... That is lovely!! As said above, great NSW atmosphere. Thumbs up indeed
    That 4th shot is GORGEOUS.
    Keep up the good work.

    Cheers!
    Ausrail.

    Thanks mate !
    alco_power

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    Jamez001
    Are those diesals reskins or are they availible somewhere.
    Also are the ones that are 1 or 2 pages back reskins.
    Thanks

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    @ Sean: the bridge is built into TRS2006

    Its either NSW Girder Bridge 84m or NSW Girder Bridge 91m.

    Cheers from the Demonlord

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