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    Probably most most-involved kitbash and I finished it (pretty much) over three days. Arcade & Attica #14 lives again!


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    Beautiful work BrianPacos. Are those reskinned cars to, or are they available somewhere?
    “We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.” ― R.L.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Beautiful work BrianPacos. Are those reskinned cars to, or are they available somewhere?
    The cars are from K&L's Arcade & Attica #18 pack. I altered them a bit to make them look a little closer to the real life versions, mostly just changed the font on the sides and changed the numbering. Added a 1-degree tilt to car 307 just like in real life as well...

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    I made this reskin of GTW S-3-a #4070 last night or so. She is a 1918 product of ALCo built to USRA specs (Light Mikado.) For most of her revenue career she was numbered 3734, but was renumbered to 4070 in 1958. 4070 was retired two years later. She was restored and ran on the Cuyahoga Valley Line until 1990.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyTyGus12 View Post
    I watched the movie "The Polar Express". I was wondering if they would make the actual cars from the movie which is the coach and the observation.
    There’s a place where you can get movie-accurate versions of those coaches. The Kirk Ronan Harbour Yards: https://kirkronanharbouryards3d.jimdo.com/content/rolling-stock/standard-gauge/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jordon412 View Post
    Yes. K&L Trainz did make a model of the train from The Polar Express. Other than the lettering on the locomotive being white instead of yellow, it's a 100% accurate model. I think that the reason why the lettering on the locomotive being white instead of yellow is for it to be freeware instead of payware.
    Link to section of K&L Trainz's website:
    https://kltrainz.com/freeware/
    There’s a movie-accurate version of those coaches, which you can find here at the Kirk Ronan Harbour Yards: https://kirkronanharbouryards3d.jimdo.com/content/rolling-stock/standard-gauge/

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    I turned the Subpar Productions Baldwin consolidation in an ATSF 2-8-0. This is a 789 Class loco, of which 811 is the only surviving member.


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    I think this reskin/kitbash came out pretty well... Arcade & Attica no. 14 lives again!






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    I just cloned two of my Conrail AC4400's and weathered them which makes them resemble somehow like that of the old Digital Roundhouse Conrail SD80MAC (NS 7214). These are probably now available on the DLS along with my other CR AC44 engines for anyone who's looking for some "alternate historic"/"what-if" Conrail power.



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    A joint mod effort between normhart and myself.

    Sample pic but still needs refining.

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    CSXT Commemorative ES44AH #911 "Spirit of our First Responders"


    "My dad always told me to be just like a duck. Stay smooth on the surface and paddle like the devil underneath!" ~ R.D."Convoy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railworks3985 View Post
    CSXT Commemorative ES44AH #911 "Spirit of our First Responders"



    Nice work the only thing missing is the 343

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    Quote Originally Posted by revans View Post
    Thank you for pointing that out. It's been added and will be posted soon
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    So I whipped up a quick UP SD60 skin.

    Except it's on the SOO SD60 mesh, because I couldn't be bothered to grab one that's a bit closer to UP specs. It's midnight:30 and I'm tired, I'll mess with it later.



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    In honor of the Golden Spike 150th Anniversary and the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. I decided to make a Union Pacific No. 119 Heritage SD70 ACe.


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