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    Sweet, thank you for the horseshoe curve pictures, never get tired of viewing them!
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    Just found those much welcome BP60s this morning. Great work by jacksonbarno as always!
    And those shots are amazing deadpool. Keep up the great work!

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    Strange that as soon the first picture you think that looks like the horseshoe curve. They as you say sweet.

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    Strange that as soon the first picture you think that looks like the horseshoe curve. They as you say sweet.
    LOL Rob ? What's your point , or your point is . LOL . The curve is always sweet , fantastic , and most welcomed . LOL just saying . Stuck at home , bring it on . PRR rules

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    Long Island Railroad, in an era before bi-levels, cab cars, and MTA


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    Deadpoolmx55............ Your shots you posted and uploaded are absolutely fantastic . I was given a DEM that I had started to fill in my own work on top of someone else's . But had to Delete it over a disagreement . But your shots have lit a fire to to get my version up to this point sir .
    Shebashetan...............That route has been my goto for PRR 4 track of late . Nice shot . Keep um coming ..

    Matt
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    Shebashetan7,
    Is that a route that is available? I don't seem to see it on the CM. The screenshot is excellent!

    Heinrich505

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    What where did you get the Q2 (nice pics by the way)!
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    Beautiful pics Deadpoolmx55! The engine details really pop in the closeup under the signal bridge. The haze in the background is a nice effect and causes one to focus on the engine in the foreground.

    Heinrich505

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    Hi Ken --

    That Q2 4-4-6-4. I have exactly the same question. I seem to recall that K&L had it on their "Projects" page but it disappeared. Maybe one of them escaped? Maybe it was a commissioned project? Maybe deadpool has the only one in existence? Who knows, but it's damn impressive.

    This is the real one:



    Notice the inverted funnel above the lead bogie? I've seen similar on the New South Wales Government Railways Garrett locomotives. It's a speaking tube to take the sound of exploding detonators into the cab. An exploding detonator on the track, set off by the pressure of the wheels to warn the driver of a danger ahead, is ear rupturing loud. It just shows how incredibly loud the locomotives must have been in the cab when running if a speaking tube was required to alert the Engineer. No Occupational Health & Safety then?

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    What a behemoth they were
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP242 View Post
    What a behemoth they were
    Yes guaranteed to shake the dishes in your china cabinet when it went by!
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    Greencoast Studios said that they were making a Q2 on their 'Projects' page. He's probably beta testing it for them. It's for TRS19 only as it uses PBR textures.
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