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Thread: Engines Wishlist for Jointed Rail.

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    Love the 'Murica art. Laugh every time.

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    I would like to request a BNSF B40-8W Heritage 3, Even though these do not exist...

    You could take the BNSF Heritage 2 and try and put Heritage 3 paint on it...But that's just my suggestion. You do whatever you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDP View Post
    This would be another great American Michigan Loco
    Want Pere Marquette #1225, go here: http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...Trainz-website
    Owner of Freeman Locomotive Works.

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    Can we get some more ATSF warbonnets/Bluebonnet freight?gp9-gp60 etc.

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    TUME has a warbonnet and bluebonnet FP45 on the Download Station.
    Owner of Freeman Locomotive Works.

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    How about c32-8s and c39-8s?
    Trainz NS Railz Co-owner and Trainz Divide route builder

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyswman View Post
    Dear Lord please deliver me from yet another inane "wishlist" by the repugnant gimmie-pig crowd. May none of these engines ever see the light of day...
    Well somebody is a total jerk. Anyway, I humbly ask JR for the standard cab D9, if it is not already being made, as well as a little something to include into your shortlines from Watco:

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvffan113 View Post
    I would like to request a BNSF B40-8W Heritage 3, Even though these do not exist...

    You could take the BNSF Heritage 2 and try and put Heritage 3 paint on it...But that's just my suggestion. You do whatever you want.
    http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/sho...aspx?id=901605

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    This is a freight car suggestion but.. How about a 64' trainity reffer in union pacific. They use them to carry apples in unit trains from new york to california. here is a video of a train of them http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APmK0V8F4Hc

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    Any big red diesel with Canadian Pacific on it works for me. we NEED more CP stuff for al, those Canadian routes, eh?

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    One of these babies. Your lacking some CN content and it'd be nice to get more than three locos.

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    I know this isn't a locomotive, but I can't find a better place to put this. If possible, I'd love to see the VeraSun Energy Trinity Grain Hoppers, like in the picture below.
    Either way, keep up the good work!

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    WOW! I even have it downloaded too sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDP View Post
    This would be another great American Michigan Loco
    That one has been on my website for quite some time.
    Mike

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    While I would also like to see the type of car represented by TILX 642326, to be a bit picky, this is not car for normal grains, which typically have a capacity of not quite 5000 cubic feet, but rather a car for handling Distiller's dried grains; there are only a couple of hundred of these cars in the country, total.
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