It's on Trainz 12 build 47772. I would upgrade the build, but I currently have a lot of old content on here that I'm afraid would get corrupted if I do so, so it'll be compatible with this build and up so that most people will be able to try it out for themselves once it's finished.Looking good so far! What gauge was the line, and what version of Trainz are you building in?
You're welcome. It's fun to do these routes for Trainz, but I am a bit dissapointed no one has ever attempted to do these old shortlines in Trainz (especially Tonopah & Tidewater), they hold quite a lot of historic value! Anyways, I am pleased to announce that I have finished progress on the Sunrise Canyon Gravity Railroad. I just have to look it over one more time to see if I missed any details and I might consider a public release after my boss approves of my work and allows me to showcase videos of the routes at the museum I work at, with narratives illustrating the history of the route. Here is a few pictures of the route as it currently looks.Looking good so far!! Thank you for sharing!
Sorry to reply back after so long, but thank you very much for your input! I put the project on Laws on hold to a while due to doing some research for a book I'm making for my work, but I managed to make a trip up there to see it all for myself and I could consider going back into it sometime soon. If you could still be able to provide me with those PSD's with those cars you were talking about, I'll be happy to use them when I resume work on the Laws route.A very interesting effort on the Laws museum, Nick. I personally would hold off on the Laws section for the moment: I know for one that the current(and the old) liveries for my SPNG freight stock is wrong for what is in the museum. I hope to make SPNG nos. 8 and 9(and probably 18 for its slight differences) and SPNG #401(and hopefully the larger SPNG caboose) in time. I hope to do a few different liveries of the SPNG freight stock as well, including the proper "no back logo" of the boxcars at Laws. If you feel comfortable reskinning and wish to do so yourself, then I will happily provide PSDs and any information which will help(with Andrew's permission since he provides most of my historical data for the West(what he doesn't tell me I look up from PacificNG, where he plays a large part, aside from the occasional NSRM visit and/or Google search to verify or gain the little necessary additional info). Either way, your Sunrise Canyon Gravity Railroad looks pretty great, and I'm sure you could pull the Laws museum into something good as well(at least, if you can find some way to make it interesting to run - it doesn't seem like a lark do drive to me, apart from perhaps a switching puzzle).
Keep up the work in any case, you've got a touch which can develop amazing results.
Yup, those were all me. The T&T #6 was a reskin of the Baldwin 2-8-0 I found off of bdaenal's website about a year ago. Back then, I didn't know as much as I do now on the T&T admittably and a redo of the reskin is sorely needed after finding better pictures showing its livery. I also did some reskins of some 1907-era boxcars from Carson Car Shops to fit the livery of the T&T. I hope nobody minds... Yeah, I only just found out about #5 just a little while ago that she was a "sister" locomotive to #6, I'll be doing her too.I'm not sure if you have seen this post.
http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showthre ... ost1461806
but it appears that there is some rolling stock for the T&T. Getting your hands on it may be difficult though.
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