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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    For a PRR steamer that has been around for a long time it still looks and runs good. Where do you guys host your photos? Can the pictures uploaded from driver he linked her?
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    re post #2507 KenRuof

    I use "PrintScreen" whilst in Driver then later, go "Trainz Portal" https://www.trainzportal.com/mytrainz/index "Full image" then right click "Copy Image Link" and then to the "Forum Sceenshots" and the sub section you want, "Reply to Thread" select "Insert Image" icon on the page and paste, save and hope it works !!



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    Very impressive scenery, evilcrow.

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    When I first saw your post Ken . I though Steve was here . K&L . I'd like to try and make that my signature . Vary nice shots you've posted .

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    Great shots, Ken. Old No. 94 looks right at home and is rendered very nicely. Composition is excellent!

    Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    re post #2507 KenRuof

    I use "PrintScreen" whilst in Driver then later, go "Trainz Portal" https://www.trainzportal.com/mytrainz/index "Full image" then right click "Copy Image Link" and then to the "Forum Sceenshots" and the sub section you want, "Reply to Thread" select "Insert Image" icon on the page and paste, save and hope it works !!

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    Cheers, evilcrow
    Thanks evilcrow, I will try this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Railwoodman View Post
    My version of the route Has been taken down for now . Will be back

    Hope you all enjoy
    Tracks found here https://socaltrains.weebly.com/trackside.html
    Matt
    Take all the time you need, I am in love with the photos of your take on the route and heck, it's so satisfying seeing photos of WIP areas involving Pitcairn and other areas in Turtle Creek Valley, having lived a downhill car-ride from the valley itself AND having relatives that worked in the exact yard too. Keep it up!

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    Outstanding EvilCrow! I really like that Curve Beer Billboard. The scenes look great.

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    re posts #2509 prr325, #2510 Railwoodman and #2511 Heinrich505
    Thank you Jim, Matt and Gary for the compliments, I'm revisting some old maps of mine and locos like K&L to see if I can make them acceptable (in my eyes) for TRS19.
    It's hard work and I miss TANE but one has to move on after seeing those PPR Sharks from Control Point Simulations.

    re post #2514 netjam99
    Thanks for the kind words. The image of "Curve Beer" came from the Internet, sorry I can't remember where from. A billboard from the DLS was used.



    Cheers, Ken

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    I still do TANE and haven't migrated to TRS19, but those PR Sharks do look good on either of those versions! Your screenshot here and your previous ones remind me of what I was going to do to Rosworth Vale which would've looked very similar to your route.
    Last edited by Trainmaster189; November 7th, 2021 at 03:57 PM.

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    Ken . your shots are post card worthy . Thanks for sharing





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    Wow, for post 2518, the trackwork in the first post is amazing. It just keeps on going off into the distance. It's huge! Very nice.

    The second shot is cool, showing off the long coal steamer and some of the shops in the distance.

    Thanks for keeping us up to date with some of your progress. Great work!

    Gary

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    Railwoodman thats some big time railroading you got going on sir!

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