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    Default ... thankz stevelerro & philskene ...

    ... PRR B1 - rivercide electric railroad co ...




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    Well depending on how much thirteen bucks is worth to you this might be worth it I suppose.

    Fleet of Modernism vs Broadway Limited (appears to be TRS19 only)





    FOM Observation interior


    Broadway Limited Observation interior (includes intrusive advertisement) and external view does not appear to match interior.


    The locomotive does have a new interior (4.6) but that is all that has changed. It does have a diner and kitchen as well as four different sleepers; City, Harbor, Imperial, and County series. They are all listed as build 4.5 but I have not attempted to import them into TANE yet and do not expect them to work.

    Might be better paired with the T-1 1942.
    Last edited by normhart; February 8th, 2020 at 02:40 PM.
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    Is that Broadway Limited set available on the Trainz Store?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    Is that Broadway Limited set available on the Trainz Store?
    Yup.

    Actually I think I like this set with K&L's Bronze K4 although with a longer consist the T1 might be better.



    (Hum, I don't think I have a baggage car to match)

    Edit: The sleepers only have one name for each type and do not have interiors, nor do the diner or kitchen. Still look OK with some serious Pennsy power.

    Last edited by normhart; February 8th, 2020 at 03:23 PM.
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    Nice shots guys . The B1 really dose need to be seen a h%ll of a lot more .





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    Hey, I can post now!

    Just bought the BL set, nice set. Now we just need a good AB set of E8s to go with the T1.

    My PRR Central Division, a freelanced route based on the PRR Middle Division, is still in the early boring stages of construction so I'm taking shots on Approach Medium's Union Terminal

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    Nice ............. Now bring it on for the PRR

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    Smile Considered "Light"



    Class O1 - considered "light duty" at 150 tons.

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    Nice .. PWeiser . Your the man .... PRR elc Yes yes yes ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railwoodman View Post
    Nice .. PWeiser . Your the man .... PRR elc Yes yes yes ..

    Matt
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    Railwoodman, would you mind sharing where the non-DLS assets for your Dreaming Pennsylvania route can be found? This is easily one of my favorite routes I've messed around with in ages, and your work looks just as good.

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    Yeah I'm trying to download it right now but its taking forever. Can't wait to run it, your work has been one of the biggest inspirations for my new route.

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    if you get me a list . I'll see what I can do . Because of health , I haven't been able to work on it . I'm about two weeks of work till I feel good enough for an update . And my PC time has been cut . But { fingers crossed } next mouth I'll be back at it .

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    Railwoodman,
    I'm so sorry to hear of your health difficulties. Here is hoping you recover quickly and completely.

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