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Thread: K&L Trainz Steam Locomotive pics!

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    @normhart what are those assets 734 is hauling behind it in the first picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainz_12_fan_100 View Post
    @normhart what are those assets 734 is hauling behind it in the first picture?
    Majekear's two Western Maryland Cranes and his two Crane tenders. Not sure about the standard WM caboose on the end but I can find out for you if desired.

    K&L's 3 Southern Pacific locomotives getting turned around after acting as helpers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Majekear's two Western Maryland Cranes and his two Crane tenders. Not sure about the standard WM caboose on the end but I can find out for you if desired.

    K&L's 3 Southern Pacific locomotives getting turned around after acting as helpers.



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    Hey look! Paulz Trainz stuff! Not trying to be rude

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbird8923 View Post
    Hey look! Paulz Trainz stuff! Not trying to be rude
    Yeah, well, I didn't identify their source and I thought it made a nice justification for having the K&L locomotives at Norton. If it bothers Steve I'm sure he'll let me know. I suppose I could have put them at Sparks or Roseville.

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    Steve, Just wanted to thank you for the PM 1225 that's free thanks for updateing it

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    @normhart could you PM me the KUIDs?
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    745 looks great.

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    just doing a test run with SP 744 handles nicely great work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainz_12_fan_100 View Post
    @normhart could you PM me the KUIDs?
    They are payware too, shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Yeah, well, I didn't identify their source and I thought it made a nice justification for having the K&L locomotives at Norton. If it bothers Steve I'm sure he'll let me know. I suppose I could have put them at Sparks or Roseville.

    K then, also, it would be cool if K&L makes one

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    A nice engine. The working alternate whistle is a cool feature!
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    Come on guys, focus. Let's try this,

    SP #742 storms into the Central Valley just south of Chico bound for Paradise.



    Oh darn! How did that Sacramento Northern get in there?

    @ GP792 Is that Sacramento? Edit: Well all I had to do was look at your thread, not Sacramento. Nice shot in any case.
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    Local Freight waits her turn to use the Truckee Balloon.









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    Triple Header freight with SP 745, 786, and 794.

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    Glad to see alot of nice shots of 745 being put to work!

    It was brought to my attention that the engine was not able to be fueled while in cab/expert mode by pressing the space bar, or raising the coal slider on the control tab. So I checked the tender configs and noticed I had the fuel listed incorrectly. A simple fix though!

    It was listed as:

    load-oil
    {
    size 23000
    initial-count 23000
    product-kuid <kuid2:30671:9271390:2>
    }

    BUT it needs to be:

    queues
    {
    load-coal
    {
    size 23000
    initial-count 23000
    product-kuid <kuid2:30671:9271390:2>
    }

    The product is still Bunker C Oil, but can now be added the same way you add coal.

    If you re-download the cdps again using the link I emailed you, it'll include the updated tenders, plus a few other small fixes I had to do on the engine.

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