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    Default A day on the Midwestern Branch route

    A cargo day at Midwestern Branch route, using the ES44C4 BNSF DLC from JointedRail as main locomotive.
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    Assembling a Texaco petrol train intermodal with empty log wagons at Mill Town


    Passing the bridge to Cylinder Grains


    Combining the short haul with a long haul service waiting at Cylinder Grains powered by 2 SD70ACe's avialable at the DLS.


    Arrival at Littleport & dividing the wagons which stay in Littleport


    Locomotive service at Littleport, the ES44 stays in the locomotive shed, the 2 SD70ACe's will carry the long haul Train

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    Nice pictures from Midwestern Branch!

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    Awesome shots escd84. Is that Locust Point Yard?

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    Nice work there Cristian is that sum thing new your working on mate I’ve not been around here for awhile and hope to be back in the game soonish.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Niiiice one escd84 and I see that the HHP8 is broken again

    FUYEZ, pauvres fous !

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    Thank you hiawathamr
    escd84 you have a very good graphic on your screenshot, they look really good!

    My long haul service coupled together at the Midwestern Branch arrives at the Intercontinental route Avery - Drexel:
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    Nice! I see you kept the same train and remade it to simulate it like its moving from one area of the US to the other part

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    Yes, I made a full switching session for the Midwestern Branch including different locomotives from many railroads and a few more wagons, coupled all together again, drove to the red signal which indicates the main route (it is the perfect route for train assembling and driving to the main route, which leads to Avery - Drexel in my Fantasy) , saved the train layout, placed it near Drexel depot and saved the session for long haul driving (there will be more Presets in the future including more traffic) and now I am in the middle of the mountain serpentines enjoying the scenery.
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    Sounds good mate. Can't wait to see what more you have to share in the future

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    SP3 on my Cotton Belt Route.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dcl0119 View Post
    Awesome shots escd84. Is that Locust Point Yard?
    You're right, Riverside/Locust Point. Nice that you recognize it, but actually it just looks like this.



    Quote Originally Posted by matruck View Post
    Nice work there Cristian is that sum thing new your working on mate I’ve not been around here for awhile and hope to be back in the game soonish.
    Cheers Mick.
    Nice to see you again Mick. It´s good that your wife lets you back to the computer Is again a new thing, BAL region. But as always, not as true to the original

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    Where did those air tank cars come from?

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    It's 2009, and three brand new BNSF ES44DCs are on their maiden voyage.



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