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    Default NS Pittsburgh Sub (Large Pics)

    Instead of clogging up the USA pics thread with my work in progress, i figured i'd start one of my own. At the moment I am working on the Pittsburgh Line in Pennsylvania. Serviced by Norfolk Southern and Amtrak in 2002 this three track main line carried 109 million tonnes of freight over the US ranking as the 5th busiest mountain pass in the country.
    The time period will be around 2009-10.
    The route covers the 40mi from Altoona, over the summit at Gallitzin then down the more gradual grade to Johnstown. Criticisms and general feedback are much appreciated as I really like to get everything as close to real as Trainz will allow...


    Now, on to the screenshots...
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    Last edited by scratchy; March 6th, 2011 at 07:44 AM.

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    Nice work there, but you forgot something...

    Something that had Tuscan Red and Pinstripes!

    Just tweaking ya... it is really coming along nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n8phu View Post
    Nice work there, but you forgot something...

    Something that had Tuscan Red and Pinstripes!

    Just tweaking ya... it is really coming along nicely!
    haha, if anyones up for doing a detailed E8 set, im sure i could make it feel right at home! The only one i have is from Ultimate Trainz

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    I have Landrvr's E7's and Magicland's PRR cars!


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    Very nice.

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    There is a set of PRR E8s on the DLS from Josheh, are those the ones that you have?

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    If anyone wants to make those feel at home, TrainzPA is making two of these.
    Scratchy is working on the Modern
    I am working on the 1930's-40's version.
    BTW great job scratch, I'll see what I can do as far as dems to get these both to Pittsburgh as that is my goal also
    Josh

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    Awesome. Just plain awesome.

    That is, dare I say, an interesting substitute for the PRR GP9.

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    Looking very good.

    Just one question, how far West are you planning on going?

    - Dan

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    Amazing guys keep up the great work this!!! cant wait to run this monster route good luck to you and your TrainzPA team.

    Cheers,
    Brian

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    Looking awesome !!! Living between Altoona and Pittsburg the screenies do have an authentic look. Well done. I hope you will allow it into TS2010 Multi Player !!
    http://www.paulztrainz.com

    Paul of Paulz Trainz (est 2004)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scratchy View Post
    You're really from TrainzEasternRoutes aren't you?

    Seriously, I like what you have wrought so far, but it's a shame you can't find a better fence to use at such a focal point for screenshots...

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    Simulatortrain has a set of Brunswick green PRR F7s with the train antenna on top that are really nice... give them a whirl and see if you like them....

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