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    Quote Originally Posted by hiawathamr View Post
    Ah, that was your post! Many thanks for sharing your environment settings with the rest of the community!

    Your post is actually helpful with making TRS19 have the TANE feeling. That is going to start promoting me to starting using TRS19 more often now instead of just TANE for my things. I been holding off as TRS19 made the legacy assets terrible with the new environment settings and such.. you probably know the story

    Thanks again for sharing your environment settings

    Peace
    TRS2019-TANEd is a big improvement over the initial Environment settings in TRS2019. Had stopped playing Trainz until I went counter intuitive on the Environment settings. The trees look so much better in TRS2019-TANEd.

    Found this group of st_rmm's that really look like Appalachian deciduous.



    <kuid2:211025:21089:1> st_rmm_dub25_3224_27m
    <kuid2:211025:21081:1> st_rmm_dub17_3706_20m
    <kuid2:211025:21082:1> st_rmm_dub18_2090_15m
    <kuid2:211025:21083:1> st_rmm_dub19_4870_25m
    <kuid2:211025:21084:1> st_rmm_dub20_4870_25m
    <kuid2:211025:21085:1> st_rmm_dub21_1618_12m
    <kuid2:211025:21088:1> st_rmm_dub24_3370_25m

    Those trees didn't look very good in TANE.

    With MSGsapper's new 132# track life is good.

    Harold
    Last edited by hminky; March 15th, 2019 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekankal View Post






    // Erik from Sweden
    Beautiful layout and great pictures.

    Which tracks are you using in this pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hminky View Post
    TRS2019-TANEd is a big improvement over the initial Environment settings in TRS2019. Had stopped playing Trainz until I went counter intuitive on the Environment settings. The trees look so much better in TRS2019-TANEd.

    Found this group of st_rmm's that really look like Appalachian deciduous.

    PIC REMOVED

    <kuid2:211025:21089:1> st_rmm_dub25_3224_27m
    <kuid2:211025:21081:1> st_rmm_dub17_3706_20m
    <kuid2:211025:21082:1> st_rmm_dub18_2090_15m
    <kuid2:211025:21083:1> st_rmm_dub19_4870_25m
    <kuid2:211025:21084:1> st_rmm_dub20_4870_25m
    <kuid2:211025:21085:1> st_rmm_dub21_1618_12m
    <kuid2:211025:21088:1> st_rmm_dub24_3370_25m

    Those trees didn't look very good in TANE.

    With MSGsapper's new 132# track life is good.

    Harold
    I have to agree, those trees really does make that route look.

    I know these aren't close to your environment settings, but here are some adjusted shots for the updated sessions that will be coming up for TRS19's version:



    Peace

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    That group of st_rmm trees fills out forests of old greenery "G:" trees so it doesn't look like an orchard. The trees are "fluffy" enough to fill the same area.

    Derrmy's Eastern Kentucky



    Harold
    Last edited by hminky; March 15th, 2019 at 05:32 PM.

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    Thanks guys!

    The dome (and all of the cars in the NP shots) are skins of Diecastgalore's Empire Builder cars on the download station, and the route is Cole's upcoming NP Blackwater Branch.



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    Harold

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    How about a stop for a $5 fill up


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    Harold

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    Harold do you have it in TRS19 yet? So far as I can tell all the sessions from HP Trainz and hiawathamr work fine.

    California is not turning back. Not now, not ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Harold do you have it in TRS19 yet? So far as I can tell all the sessions from HP Trainz and hiawathamr work fine.
    That picture is with the sun toned back in TRS2019.

    Had Marias 4.5 running back in the first Beta TRS2019.



    TRS2019 doesn't look as good as the first Beta.

    Harold
    Last edited by hminky; March 16th, 2019 at 03:14 PM.

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    Some shots around Whitehall, NY on the C&A. I just started this a few weeks ago and I get side tracked while route building so if there's HOG textures and blank spaces in some of the shots I apologize. Originally I was just mocking up skins in Photoshop to see how the scheme would look for my HO layout before having decals printed. It ended up turning into a route project. It's a fictional line based heavily on the Vermont Railway from Whitehall to Rutland. There aren't many rail served customers on the section I wanted to model so I figured I could just freelance it and add rail service to a few of the rural industries. It's based some where in the mid 80's when New England railroads had a decent variety of motive power and patched equipment was fairly common. Allows me to run power from various lines in a way that makes sense without a huge terminus operation.








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    Amazing work Coleton and vtrail!

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    Nice vtrail, what ballast are you using with that track?

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    ~Coleton

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    Nice Coleton, very nice. I always enjoy your post.

    Regards,

    John

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