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Thread: PRR Screenshots

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    Hope all had a safe and great 4th

    The Wilkinsburg yard



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    Huntingdon Ice Plant, one of the many eastbound perishable freights heading for major Eastern markets.
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    Great work by all in this thread and much appreciated. Re post #2356 by jacksonbarno - have attempted to PM that gentleman but system will not accept - mail box is apparently full!

    However, will he, or anyone else, please supply me with any information on the availability of the PRR Baldwin RF15 and Alco FA, A and B units that are featured in photo's 1 and 2 of his post. Have looked on his site but they don't feature. They would fit in very nicely in a WIP Moshannon Valley coal route.

    Thanks and regards

    John Webster

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    Jackson has a lot on his plate . I don't and can't speak for him . Best to just wait it out .

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    Most goodly tinkering's, Matt.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Is Penn Central on a former PRR Mainline allowed?
    Before anyone makes assumptions, these are my reskins that came before the TF release.

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    I already miss the terminal.

    You think there could be another way to share most of your old stuff you didn't upload to the DLS? I didn't even get to download some of it.
    rolling stock geek

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    A Baldwin "Shark" (BP20) emerges through the cut east of Birmingham heading to Philadelphia with a passenger train.

    The main line has been graded on my "PRR Pittsburgh to Altoona - Tyrone to Huntingdon Extension v2," however, the scenery is far from complete, hopefully this week it will be uploaded for everyone's enjoyment.

    ~Alan
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    Alan Your route must just be a joy to run . Loving your shots . thanks for the post .

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    There's been so much great content released of late . I haven't been able to keep up and run it all . If you haven't gone to Trainzforge yet . It a must stop . If you can support them . I promise you won't be disappointed . I haven't yet . Jr has also released more great works . Same goes for them .





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    So here is my next leg of the project, the Hollidaysburg & Petersburg Branch. This map connects with my "PRR Pittsburgh to Altoona - Tyrone to Huntingdon Extension v2" <kuid2:318195:100585:2>. My extension of the map should be available in a few days, as it has been uploaded in Trainz12.

    The Tyrone to Huntingdon extension has some terrain issues at Birmingham with joining to JRFolco's route. At issue, I decided to align the map just west of Altoona to make everything work. The further east I went the worse the alignment was at Altoona, so I had to make a choice. Eventually I want to go from Birmingham to Altoona in order to pick-up the Tyrone Division, and the Bellwood branch.
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    Beautiful shot there Jacksonbarno!

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    Beautiful shot there Jacksonbarno!
    Yea .........I second that

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    Here we are at Hollidaysburg & Petersburg Branch milepost 2, and signal H-18, with an eastbound local heading to Petersburg and on to Huntingdon. Just about 27 miles to Frankstown, which is the end of this map. Hollidaysburg will be it's own little module for now.
    PRRT&HS 9968. Facebook: PRR Branch Line Trainz

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