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    Default Show of Hands

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    Hard coupling in a hump yard, and three RR workers run for their lives:
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=651_1239708360
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; May 6th, 2009 at 12:50 PM.

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    PRR Jet Car

    Re-Skin EVERYTHING PRR
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; May 15th, 2009 at 01:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascaderailroad View Post
    Action on the Muleshoe Curve

    You posted that here earlier...
    What I'm up to these days (click the pic):

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    Do you have the rest of the required code in the config, like this?

    thumbnails
    {
    0
    {
    image "screenshot.jpg"
    width 240
    height 180
    }
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascaderailroad View Post
    Why am I not able to get Auran to upload and process my PRR-TVG from TRS2006 Paintshed ? It says no image. I have a preview image, and a 240x 180 jpg image, and in the config file labeled "Thumbnail.jpg"
    Sp.Of.Wh., I never got a PM Reply about these...
    And to think i'd never upgrade from 2006...

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    Who'd have thought you'd see TGVs working for the PRR?? They don't look too bad.

    I like it when people do fictional or "what if" schemes, I do it myself, look in the Aussie thread. I find it interesting.

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    Default More screenshots to come...soon

    Spruce Creek PA-Shown, Looking <----E ---- W---->


    West Portal-Spruce Creek Tunnels:
    I used "Old Stone Tunnel" as it is easy for future downloaders of my route, for them to find it on DLS, and I believe it is built in content. One important thing, You will have to "Open it for Edit in Explorer", and go to the tunnel config file and change the height which is default at "8", and instead alter it to show -2 (negitive one). This makes it go straight right through the mountain and makes the tunnel not snap to the grid. This altering of the tunnel height also makes the built in dighole to not show up.

    I may change out the tunnel and replace it with "Tunnel3_1voie", but this also requires config file changes to replace the track that is missing, unknown, and can not be found. I edited it out and replaced the unknown kuid with the "Tunneltrack Dark" kuid.

    In honor of the Altoona & Wopsononock RR, aka Altoona Northern RR, aka Altoona Beech Creek RR, aka Pittsburgh Johnstown Ebensburg Eastern RR: #1897 is the date their predicessor, the Wopsononock RR was formed in 1897-1920 last train

    Finding out that the Spruce Creek tunnels had both bores double tracked up until the 1960's, I had to add the double tracks to each bore (they were later on made single tracked in order to allow TTX Truck Trains more clearance).

    Aussie Nightcrawlers PRR F7 A-B-B-A at Spruce Creek Pa-East Portal on the Old Alignment trackage. Tunnel3_1voie by Fred24.




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    Default The Horseshoe Curve is BORING !!!

    Work has commenced at tearing up the Horseshoe Curve original trackage, in leu of the new quad tracked 5.5 mile bore through the mountain. The Tunnel Boring Machine has just broken through the mountain at Kittanning Point. An overhead electrical cantenary system will be installed, making high speed PRR-TGV passenger service from Philadelphia to Chicago a reality ! Tracks 2 & 3 have already been removed, and the ties will torn up next, and the roadbed will be re-graded as the Horseshoe Curve will eventually be replaced by a Rails to Trails bicycle path, suffering the same fate as the Muleshoe Curve.










    Not to worry...I will be doing three versions of the "Curve"...one 1854 single tracked, later doulble tracked, another in it's hayday1920, and lastly the future of rail traffic through the Allegheny-Mountain Division.

    Hi CT...The "PRR Marion Steam Shovel" is on DLS...as is all the rest of the assets
    Last edited by cascaderailroad; June 20th, 2009 at 12:43 AM.

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    that cool, but where did you get that shovel on the flat bed
    portal id: west yard
    user id ct_krogen

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    I have forgotten which slows down framerates...cut and paste of trees...or cut and paste of textures. Please advise me.

    Also if you use more than half a dozen different types of trees it will make your route lag, and possibly make you run out of the allowable textures and scenery on your route ? Please advise me.

    I have 8,000-10,000 baseboards to cover with trees, concentrating them within 200' of the trackage. I will also be splitting up my route into many, many smaller more uploadable merging segments. I am seriously concerned about framerates and lag.

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    cascaderailroad--What a great story is your depiction with the tunnel boring machine! Didn't know a tunnel boring machine existed in Trainz but have downloaded same as I need it for a route.

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