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MQT3001 wrote:I've begun to notice a theme amongst a few of your heritage units.....try to guess
I know, I know, they are mostly owned by Canadian Railroads in real life :lol: :D :mrgreen:
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conrailman75 wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:I've begun to notice a theme amongst a few of your heritage units.....try to guess
I know, I know, they are mostly owned by Canadian Railroads in real life :lol: :D :mrgreen:
Hey the GR&P is the one with the GTW heritage lol we just merged with WC, IC, and EJ&E.

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MQT3001 wrote:I've begun to notice a theme amongst a few of your heritage units.....try to guess
That half of my organized paper railroads paint schemes are on his heritage engines?

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atrainguy60 wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:I've begun to notice a theme amongst a few of your heritage units.....try to guess
That half of my organized paper railroads paint schemes are on his heritage engines?
Yep and they're all ugly! :lol: :lol: JK. Gray, Gray, Red & Orange.......definately not Warbonnets or Wabash :wink:

Seriously, I'm kidding.
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Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P

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LOL.

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DT&I wrote:Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P
You did a nice job! I'm in love with the WC unit 8)

I still wonder though about the thoughts behind a orange & red paint scheme.... :wink:
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MQT3001 wrote:
DT&I wrote:Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P
You did a nice job! I'm in love with the WC unit 8)

I still wonder though about the thoughts behind a orange & red paint scheme.... :wink:
I couldn't come up with anything other than the red and orange scheme.

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MQT3001 wrote:
DT&I wrote:Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P
You did a nice job! I'm in love with the WC unit 8)

I still wonder though about the thoughts behind a orange & red paint scheme.... :wink:
Hey guess what?! Once we start running our taconite trains, well leave it on the point and let your crew have a go with her! And the red and orange was what atrain said was his OC&M scheme when he first started it...

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atrainguy60 wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:
DT&I wrote:Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P
You did a nice job! I'm in love with the WC unit 8)

I still wonder though about the thoughts behind a orange & red paint scheme.... :wink:
I couldn't come up with anything other than the red and orange scheme.
How did I know :?: :lol:

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming.....

Can't wait for the next ones DT&I
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DT&I wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:
DT&I wrote:Jeez Alex! Don't gotta be so mean!!! I spent hours on these!!! :P
You did a nice job! I'm in love with the WC unit 8)

I still wonder though about the thoughts behind a orange & red paint scheme.... :wink:
Hey guess what?! Once we start running our taconite trains, well leave it on the point and let your crew have a go with her! And the red and orange was what atrain said was his OC&M scheme when he first started it...
Oh...our plan was to switch power in Toledo.......We'd be using our Geeps (number to be determided by ## or cars) because the Huron sub is only good for 4-axle units....
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Ok well if you ever wan it for a couple days let me know. Hey let me jump in the shower and I'll finish the WSOR tonight.

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DT&I wrote:Ok well if you ever wan it for a couple days let me know. Hey let me jump in the shower and I'll finish the WSOR tonight.
TOO much info :lol:

If we use it, we'll be using it for crash-tests :lol:
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MQT3001 wrote:
If we use it, we'll be using it for crash-tests :lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:

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atrainguy60 wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:
If we use it, we'll be using it for crash-tests :lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Well now we know which ones not to let you have lol :lol:

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8912 is out.

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8913 is now out.

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TSCR Heritage Locomotive Update(7/7/12):
TSCR 8900 - MC364-23P at Hobart, IN
TSCR 8901 - KJ010-37E at Providence, OH
TSCR 8902 - BN392-32L at Toledo, OH
TSCR 8903 - CQ222-34K at Taylor, OH
TSCR 8904 - UU883-90G at Auburn, IN
TSCR 8905 - LL193-48J at West Lafayette, OH
TSCR 8906 - Jersey City, NJ
TSCR 8907 - Pittsburgh, PA
TSCR 8908 - NB209-37H at Monroe, MI
TSCR 8910 - XZ462-99K(West) at Michigan City, MI
TSCR 8911 - CQ222-00X(extra) at Mingo Jct., OH
TSCR 8912 - Pittsburgh, PA
TSCR 8913 - Pittsburgh, PA

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8910 was just involved in the train-truck collision in Michigan City. Damage is repairable. Train is already underway again. (Train took 2 miles to stop, thanks to the 65-mph speed limit....train was clear of the scene already, so the police let it go)

:twisted: :D


EDIT: Train brakes won't release, train will be pulled off the MQT main....
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MQT3001 wrote:8910 was just involved in the train-truck collision in Michigan City. Damage is repairable. Train is already underway again. (Train took 2 miles to stop, thanks to the 65-mph speed limit....train was clear of the scene already, so the police let it go)

:twisted: :D
Theres actually a problem with the emergeny brakes wont release on 8910.

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