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    Sadly i choose TRS19 to work in, which, for me, pretty much lets every tree and grass that exists look like...
    ... well. So no idea what to do right now after finishing all the track work. It may just go to the trash bin.
    I also use TRS19 and actually don't mind how it looks but I hope ya don't trash it mate let other's have a look first please lol, I did sum research on this Route awhile ago and had trouble working out how big to actually make Alliance so I'll be interested too see how you go with that part of it.
    Keep up the great work Felix.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Default Sneak Peeks of a Session in Development

    A few sneak peeks from an operating session I'm developing for my BNSF: Clovis to Lubbock route...




















    maxwerks
    there's an engine at the station
    and the whistle blows my name

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    Thanks Graeme. The boatyard is part of a wip route based on the Albany Port Railroad in upstate NY. (I believe there is also one in Australia, but this is not that one).

    TRS19 does have it quirks shall we say. The lighting is bad sometimes, esp on the shade side of objects. Also pbr can be a challenge, esp when it interacts w splines and objects.

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    Great work Felix keep at it mate.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Love that Crawford hill route looks great

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    WEST from DENVER - WIP -
    WINTER PARK - FRASER AREA -










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    West from Denver TRS19 wip

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    Quote Originally Posted by flusi737 View Post
    Thank you guys
    Damn it. I need new pants now! This looks great.

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    Default From BNSF: Clovis to Lubbock





    maxwerks
    there's an engine at the station
    and the whistle blows my name

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    WEST from DENVER - WIP -
    WINTER PARK - FRASER AREA -
    Those are some really nice tree covered hills. Highly relistic, not that the rest of the screen shots are anything to sneez at!
    H.Fithers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flusi737 View Post
    Thank you guys

    That looks good. It could look perfectly like Railworks or TSW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajrf View Post
    That looks good. It could look perfectly like Railworks or TSW.
    Looks better than anything Walletworks has ever done.
    Graeme

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    Looks better than anything Walletworks has ever done.
    LOL Walletworks man I gota remember that one. Thanks Graeme.
    Cheers Mick.

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