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    Default 2-6-2T

    [QUOTE=anl;1695716]Thanks. Who knows I might back date the route too. As for the 2-6-6-2 who knows.



    Is this 2-6-2T available anywhere? Did Anl make it?

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    That 2-6-2T is currently private content. IIRC Trainboi1 has stated that it will be up for download on Trainz Forge eventually, but he has a number of higher priority projects at the moment, so don't expect it (or any other piece of ANL's content) any time soon.

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    This is another 4-6-0 steam engine, built in 1905 and is seen here taking on a more striking wild west paint scheme.

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    Thank you for the compliments, smyers and Heinrich505.
    Your urban shots, smyers are most wonderful.

    Legacy of the Burlington Northern (amended).

    First day of Spring.



    Cheers, evilcrow

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    evilcrow --

    Great screenshot. Is that one of Ben Neal's? The one that, I think, has a heritage that goes way back to MSTS?

    Phil

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    Amazing shot, evilcrow. Lighting is perfect. Though I wish we had more small/intermediate switchers to work with...



    ...of course the ones we do have are great.

    Best,
    smyers

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    Your inner city canyons, a maze of switching, shelf type platform trackwork, are totally Amazing
    The expression: "Avoiding it like it is the Plague" just doesn't make any sense. Humans just don't do that very well.

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    Many thanks, MP242.
    Much of the interest in inner city railroads came from Earl Smallshaw (Middletown and Mystic Mines) which had quite a bit of nicely done urban scenery. Then his story about a "friend" who he asked to add Walschaerts valve gear, a half a pound (or so) of brass castings, a can motor, flywheel and sound to his antique Varney Dockside. The result was spectacular. That was 1981 or so.

    One modeler said a square foot of detailed urban scenery was more interesting than a square yard of rural countryside. That's open to opinion, of course, but I understand what he's getting at. Both have strengths and weaknesses.



    Best,
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    Outstanding feel of the area, smyers, that's not the part of town to be in when trains are switching and local people doing whatever is illegal, it kind of reminds me of downtown Chicago or some other city in the US.
    Last edited by UP5521; March 1st, 2020 at 10:36 PM.

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    The guys in the car shop were busy over the weekend
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    Now that's some varnish!
    The United State's Health Care System ranks 37th in the world just behind Costa Rica.

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    re posts #5450 philskene and #5451 smyers.

    Thank you for the compliment gentleman.

    The loco is by Ben Neal, a quick reskin and renumbering to give a Northern Pacific fictitious Z9. Needs a few more tweaks etc.
    Get the original from here--------------- http://steammachine.com/bdaneal/std_frt.htm



    Cheers , evilcrow

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    "Up The Hill Slow, Down The Hill Fast. Freight Comes First, Safety Comes Last"

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    Great pics of long train here.



    Norm, I am going for more of a un-painted look so when I paint it, it will look more like a stain and let the wood show though.
    Don49plm

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    Nice shot Don, Ken and Daylightrain, Smyers, rwk and UP... !
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