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Thread: JointedRail stuff [screenshots/renders]

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    Great effect scratchy!

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    Did JR ever release those SD60Fs?

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    Look on the website. I'm pretty sure that will answer your question.
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    Train 550 for Oyster Bay snakes through Long Island City yard on a fairly clear [for summer!] 1983 Friday afternoon, with the 163 still rocking its original factory number boards and P5A tooter. This eastbound will begin the parade of evening rush trains, evidenced by the Montauk train hot on the heels of 550, ready to bring the New Yorkers of Manhattan out to the Hamptons for the weekend.


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    Great Shot Knifeswitch. You did fantastic job on that yard area. Love the little bits of detail like those rusty barrels etc.

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    Awesome screenshot Knifswitch1, I really like the Manhattan skyline in the background and the LIRR M1 EMU, and P72/P75 coaches

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loadman View Post
    What ever happened to the CPR SD40's ?
    That project is currently on hold, but I'm hoping that I can continue it eventually

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    You are working on a U25C, but you are not finding my shrimps. Like, what gives?
    I have to find my shrimps as well. Or perhaps, my shrimps will find me instead?

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    I got to admit, this building is A-1!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLummis_99 View Post
    I got to admit, this building is A-1!
    Not gonna lie that is a very good screenshot. Is that man peeking through the window a built in asset?

    Cab for NP U25C

    Last edited by ATSF854; July 9th, 2017 at 03:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATSF854 View Post
    Not gonna lie that is a very good screenshot. Is that man peeking through the window a built in asset?
    Tell to tell no one

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATSF854 View Post
    Cab for NP U25C
    Nice job. Thank you for the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knifeswitch1 View Post
    Train 550 for Oyster Bay snakes through Long Island City yard on a fairly clear [for summer!] 1983 Friday afternoon, with the 163 still rocking its original factory number boards and P5A tooter. This eastbound will begin the parade of evening rush trains, evidenced by the Montauk train hot on the heels of 550, ready to bring the New Yorkers of Manhattan out to the Hamptons for the weekend.
    LOVE IT!

    When I get home, I'll find in image from the same perspective today -- this is scarily accurate.

    Love the MP15s btw! Too bad they're work-only now...

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    Got a question I've been wondering for a while now, but what was the purpose for having the smaller fuel tanks on the BN unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentrain14 View Post
    Got a question I've been wondering for a while now, but what was the purpose for having the smaller fuel tanks on the BN unit?
    To carry less fuel.

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