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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainmonkey View Post
    Kenichiro, The rest of your japanese downloads don't work on trainzluvr, Could you please put them on the DLS
    i don't know where kenichiro is at the moment. i emailed him a letter, but no answer. Where's Kenichiro???


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    Unhappy

    Hope hes not dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainmonkey View Post
    Hope hes not dead
    No he is not. His last activity was July 14th, 2008. So he must be very busy instead of talking to us.

    But he did a good job on his stuff.

    Thanks

    Paul


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    Quote Originally Posted by LGBMATT View Post
    Ohayoo Gozai Masu Connysan . (Good Morning Conny)
    I,m 50% Japanese myself. My middle name, Kenji, is Japanese. In March 2005 I visited Japan and while I was there my family and I traveled everywhere by trains. Your pics look very realistic. This looks like a great route. Keep up the good work.

    From
    Matt

    Now Im just hearing about a wood logging train.Where is the route ??????????

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    Wink We may have a starter project of a Japan route

    Here is a article from Wylie for Redfernworkshopz, and he says that for the Tokaido Shinkansen line, it would be over 1000 base boards.Anyone interested?
    http://redfernworkshopz.blogspot.com...and-japan.html

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    Default My Revival

    Excuse me for my long silence.
    I was busy very much for my business.
    And my TRS2006 was broken .
    My TRS2006 was not steady at all .
    It didn't start at all after the main menu .
    My route data disappeared all .

    I have been doing all again on my TRS2004 because of this.
    I introduce my OLR2008 (Onzui Logging Railroad) as the beginning of my revival .
    Please go to my blog.
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/

    TRAINZ veterans, please teach again.
    My best regards, I hope.

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    Default My Revival-2

    OLR (Onzui Logging Railroad) is a logging railroad that existed from 1924 to 1968 in the Onzuigawa valley in the Hyogo Prefecture of West Japan.
    The total extension of it's season was 42.5Km, and the main line (from Ueno to Onzui) had 24km and the branch lines are the Kankake line, the Akazai line, the Naka-Onzui line and the Mangadani gorge line, etc.
    The gage was 762mm(2.5').

    The following OLR SAKAI 5t F2 is a bogey type diesel locomotive for Japanese logging railroads.


    Please go to my blog for other screenshots.
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/
    Thank you.

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    Default My Revival-3

    The next locomotive is OLR SAKAI 4.5t DL.
    In the logging railroad in Japan, the locomotive of this type is numerous.
    In the OLR, the protector is attached to the back of the Loco for woods were piled up each logcar.
    The water tank is put on the roof.

    This Loco is re-painted my TLR Loco.
    But he has put out the exhaust smoke!!

    Please go to my blog for other screenshots.
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/
    Thank you.
    Last edited by Hanshin9501; February 24th, 2009 at 07:57 PM.

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    Hello Hanshin9501. Where can I find the download on your page ?

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    Hanshin9501-san,
    Hisashiburi desu!
    I was recently thinking of asking Nozoming-san if he had heard anything from you, and now I see that you have returned. It's good to see you again.
    Your truck models look much better than they did last year. Your skills have improved very much.
    I'm looking forward to seeing your work in the future.

    Claude

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    Default OLR SAKAI 4.5t DL (2)

    OLR SAKAI 4.5t DL has been improved .
    I added engine room & cab room.

    Please go to my blog for other screenshots .
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/

    Now, I study transparent loco windows & headlights.
    Who know how to shine headlights ?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanshin9501 View Post
    OLR SAKAI 4.5t DL has been improved .
    I added engine room & cab room.

    Please go to my blog for other screenshots .
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/

    Now, I study transparent loco windows & headlights.
    Who know how to shine headlights ?



    I am stunned...


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    Default OLR Logging Cars

    Next are my OLR logging cars .

    Main frame of the OLR logging cars was wood.
    But they have 3 brake systyem by manual.
    Please go to my blog for other screenshots .
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/
    You can also see Japanese farmer's house thatched roof (kayabuki yane), earthen store house (dozou) and mini truck.

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    Default Ueno Town in my OLR

    This is Ueno town in my TLR.
    Ueno is beside of the Ueno logging yard.
    Some of Japanese items are located.

    Other screeshots are in the following my blog;
    http://ameblo.jp/hanshin9501/

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    Wow! You have everything! I see the little three wheel truck. Is that the Mazda? That motorbike in that last picture looks like a Cub. It's very cool.


    Claude

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