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    Thanks for the compliment Heinrich505 and Matt.
    Tidewater on the JR site is well worth the money.



    Cheers, Ken

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    Re Post #1738 & 1741. Amazing shot Ken as always. You get better shot with Tane than a newer version I bought recently for a try. I will stick with Tane for a while...I'm still trying to make as good shot as you do....unfortunately I can't get to it.
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    Matt
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    On old one by GFisher modded a bit and dragged into TANE SP3. Steam in the Appalachians. 50 loaded hoppers on 2% +.
    K&L hoppers and caboose. Ben Neal's USRA locos repainted for PRR.













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    RPearson,
    Those are really nice shots. A serious number of steamers for the load, two on the front and two on the back. Your mods to the route look very good, and the engines are nicely done.

    Heinrich505

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    re post #1742 Rail4Pete.
    Thanks for the compliment Pierre. I always look forward to screenshots of your route.

    re post #1746 Railwoodman

    That railcar compliments the rural nature of the route, nice to view.

    Tidewater (amended)



    Cheers, Ken

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    Jackson .. Bob and Ken you bring some outstanding shots . Bob the reskin fit right in on that route . Ken you started the bad weather . Snow ?? Ok .....as long as I don't haft to move the stuff . I like it well enough .

    Just wish this could actually happen .





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    re post #1749 Railwoodman.

    Thanks for the compliment Matt.

    There has been a touch of snow on high ground in the UK but the main weather problem has been rain and floods in parts of Yorkshire.
    Matt, nice shots of the K4.

    re post #1748 Jacksonbarno.

    Nice one Jackson.



    Cheers, Ken

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    No snow this time . It's already to cold . Just a turn on home rails




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    Tidewater (amended).




    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Matt (a.k.a. Railwoodman),

    In your first image of post #1751, is that a "Pre-war" L1s 2-8-2?

    Thanks.
    Jim Anderson
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    prr325 Yes it is . K&L



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    And they are nice .

    Ken .............you really know how to hurt someone . LOL Finley got the card picked out . And you go and post again . Really

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    "prr325 Yes it is . K&L"

    Interesting: the K & L Trainz website only lists the Post-war L1s. Which I have; but I'd really like the pre-war version.
    Jim Anderson
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