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    CMB "The Packer" drifts downgrade through the Gallitzin tunnels heading to Altoona with M1b 7110 on point. Arriving in Altoona, 7110 will be cut-off, cattle will be fed and watered, and an H8 or H9 will take the head-end, making the trip to Harrisburg with a stop in Huntingdon for ice.



    I am working on transferring my WIP of the Bedford Division to Trainz12, then I will be able to upload it to the DLC. It will have a different kuid so as not to interfere with anyone who has taken on the DEM as a personal route building project.
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    It truly makes me happy to know other have worked on this route . The resent uploads have been fantastic also in helping myself get mine more to what I hoped other have shown .








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    A pastoral view of Reservoir, Penna. Just a few miles railroad East from Hollidaysburg on the Bedford Division.
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    Railwoodman and PRR1361,
    Those are really nice shots. You both are doing an amazing job at bringing the PRR to life again. It's great seeing your progress.

    Thanks for posting the screen shots.

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    Just playing around today. Happy Thanksgiving All




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    I really like black Friday sales




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    Ex Pennsy mine still in use!


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    PRR D16sb #1052 leads the morning passenger train from the State Line Branch onto the Western Maryland Railway main at the Cumberland Narrows heading to Cumberland, MD. Here 1052 is seen crossing from right to left, the Baltimore and Ohio; Cumberland and Pennsylvania; Wills Creek; and, the National Highway.
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    An utterly ominous sky portends rather rough weather ahead, as through passenger train 5038, a K4 in a somewhat rare configuration with smoke deflectors, and a long coal train headed by a "Decapod" are held up by signals. There is trouble on the line ahead, probably caused by severe weather.


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    As expected, bad weather finds the passenger train, shortly after departure.

    The photographer was rushed in setting up the shot, so heavy snowfall and train speed combined to blur the engine slightly, as it careens around a superelevated section of the track, banking into the turn. Visibility is really poor, so there won't be any chance of making up time for the schedule. Everyone is late today.


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    Working a little on fixing my DEM up a little for a future update. Tracing H&BT trackage using Google Earth and USGS Historical Topographical maps. The bright green line is the track being traced. The upper picture is with topo, the bottom is Google Earth.



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    Fantastic shots ALL . PRR1361 , love the DEN's if you do improve them . I'll be the first to DL . Anyone know of a DEM that has the North West section of Pittsburgh . I've just realized my map doesn't quit make it to Conway . Just short of the rivers bend . Harrisburg and Enola had a major rework and repair . But I'm finely back to whare I lost all my work . Except catenary .






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    Quote Originally Posted by PRR1361 View Post
    Working a little on fixing my DEM up a little for a future update. Tracing H&BT trackage using Google Earth and USGS Historical Topographical maps. The bright green line is the track being traced. The upper picture is with topo, the bottom is Google Earth.
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    Yes, great tools and GE Pro is a free dl for anyone interested. I use them a lot in fact I just checked and at Broad Top City you're only about 2 miles from the EBT in Robertsdale.

    Keep on tracking.

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