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    Very nice picture gtasa!
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    You have a good starting line there . Nice shot gtasa Often wish for sound with these .

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    Re post #1772 gtasa

    Very nice shot, please can we see more.

    Tidewater (amended)



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    Re Post 1172 and 1175 ! Very nice shot guys ! The snow on the coal ''thing'' is wow !
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    re post #1776 Rail4Pete
    Thanks for the compliment Pierre, the snow on the coal mine (by Ben Dorsey) is by "dinorius-redundicus" and placed as best possible.

    Tidewater (amended)



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    Evilcrow,
    Another amazing shot of the PRR J1 Texas, hard at work in the snow. Your Tidewater (Amended) continues to shine. The picture is composed very nicely!

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    I really like the (amended) route . The file getting bigger Ken . And I saw this one coming LOL . Nice shot sir

    Matt
    Last edited by Railwoodman; December 16th, 2019 at 10:53 AM.
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    re posts #1778 Heinrich505 & #1779 Railwoodman
    Thank you Matt and Heinrich for the compliment.

    Tidewater (amended)



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    Ken ... Yet again with the pic's made to look like there in game

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    Thanks Matt.



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    A Q to anyone who might know of content to make a older round brick kiln . I'm looking for the type used at Mount Union Pa /

    Pic's to follow

    matt

    BTW .. Ken .....Nice shot sir . Well done work .
    Last edited by Railwoodman; December 16th, 2019 at 10:55 AM.
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    Your modifications to Tidewater look great Ken! I'm sure Alex at Jointedrail would love to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railwoodman View Post
    A Q to anyone who might know of content to make a older round brick kiln . I'm looking for the type used at Mount Union Pa /

    Pic's to follow

    matt


    BTW .. Ken .....Nice shot sir . Well done work .
    I suppose you've looked at steveflander's <kuid:169585:40002> SF bottle kiln, I think I saw something bendorsey did too but I haven't found it yet.

    Edit: I thought you said an old kiln made of bricks, but now I realize you said an old kiln for making bricks. AKA a dome kiln.

    I did find <kuid2:82763:1090:1> 25m Square Brick Chimney which appears to match the PA chimneys. fwiiw

    BTW, Steve's <kuid:169585:40001> SF lime kilns makes a pretty good stand in for an early PA iron furnace. Something like this;





    Last edited by normhart; December 16th, 2019 at 09:04 AM.
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