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    Will these work in TANE? Or are they forTRS 2019 only? ( Ryan’s Metra stuff)

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    Good stuff epa!

    Any opinions in this post do not reflect those of Jointed Rail

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    Spring in East Kentucky and TANE.



    Harold
    “Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while…”

    Tane lives on

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    Matt PRR nut
    work hard, Play harder

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    TRS19

    Thanks JR
    Dear Louisiana,
    Thank you for sending us all your intelligent women.
    With Love,
    California.

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    Eastern Kentucky in TRS2019 98592 with Jankvis' New Mesh Billboard Speedtrees.





    The trees look great in 98592 but are dreadful in 100240.

    But the trees look good in the latest Beta so there is hope.

    Harold
    Last edited by hminky; November 13th, 2019 at 12:01 PM.
    “Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while…”

    Tane lives on

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    Chased CP train 642 from La Crosse to Portage























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    Amtrak's Empire Builder train #7 has just left Portage, next stop, Wisconsin Dells


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    Amtrak's Empire Builder train #7 made its stop here at Wisconsin Dells, now time to get up to track speed and make its next stop at Tomah




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    Quote Originally Posted by WCL View Post
    Amtrak's Empire Builder train #7 made its stop here at Wisconsin Dells, now time to get up to track speed and make its next stop at Tomah
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    Nice shots. I couldn't help but notice the phase III baggage car and that the transition sleeper car is not connected to it. The transition sleeper car has a single level height diaphragm on one end and a superliner height one on the other end.

    my YT channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0kO-ivUrfsjC3Ho1PMo5Pw

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    Q176 Heads West on the Former L&N East Kentucky Sub passing a Duke Power Train getting Loaded at Combs




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    Been a while...

    Expediter on the LWP because why not.





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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonbarno View Post
    It's early September, 1952 at Cincinnati Union Depot, and the mid-afternoon rush is in full swing. Departing from track 9 is the LE&E's Metropolitan Limited, en-route to Boston. By this date, most of the consist has been upgraded with streamlined cars, and most head-end traffic has been transferred to other trains in an attempt to cut the schedule down to 18 hours between Chicago and the Bay State, via Cincinnati. The brief renaissance is soon to end, however. By this time next year this train will have once again been relegated to secondary status as passenger losses began to creep on the railroad's bottom line.

    Backing into the terminal just in front is the CA&L's Gulf Ranger, inbound from New Orleans. The approach to the Cincinnati Central Belt Line's Ohio River Bridge, CA&L's access to the Queen City proper from the south, meant most trains were forced to back into and out of the terminal. This time-consuming move must have been a headache for the tower operators, as it tied up several main tracks, however the CA&L's use of Union Depot, and the oddball maneuver, would remain until the end of CA&L passenger service to Cincinnati.

    In the foreground, an OR&W EMC TA has just cut off from the Vanguard, in from Kansas City about fifteen minutes prior. The crew will navigate past the constant flow of traffic towards the Ohio River coach yards and engine terminal, where the locomotive will be serviced for the return trip the next morning.

    Amidst all of this action, a MNRR freight train passes on the freight tracks on the foreground, and switchers shuffle cars to and fro. The riverfront operations in Cincinnati were certainly a bottleneck, to say the least!

    Jackson, make a session, assign drive-to's, drive-by's and loads and and unloads for every train, and just let the user watch the action unfold. You have created a masterpiece and I think it needs to be seen in full. Amazing craftsmanship here.

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    A four baseboard route I hope I can release in the coming weeks.








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    G72 with SOO 4412 leading, comes past the Foremost Dairy, after switching the lumber company in Sparta.





    IC&E SD40-2 6428 leads CP 281 over the Wisconsin River bridge in Wisconsin Dells












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