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#1 august1929

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Posted 05 July 2009 - 11:20 AM

Don't know if any of you have been following Jason Sill's thread over at Trainsim, but this 15 year old has just uploaded the first Beta of his first route - The Bay of Quinte.

Canadian line, set very firmly in the country - have a look at the first post on his thread for the setting.

Excellent detailed work by Jason - fantastic eye for scene setting and painstaking attention to detail.

He has, in my opinion, produced one of the best routes so far for RS/RW, even though only at Beta stage.

A few shots below, but please look at his in build shots, and those at the other thread below.

http://forums.flight...ad.php?t=281706

http://forums.flight...ad.php?t=282267

For convenience he has packaged the route file and a separate assets file for downloading from Humyo. Does require some payware (Rich Garber's Colton & Northern - gives scalerail plus a large number of the buildings etc., and RSDL's foliage pack - which they have very usefully wacko.gif pulled from their website following the arrival of RW, though I understand that most, but not all, of the pack is included in RW).

http://forums.flight...ad.php?t=283451

Fantastic immersive work - the trackside detail reminds me of Wayne Campbell's L&PS for MSTS.

Rod

My shots don't really do justice to the route - seem to have problems from time to time with the quality control in RS/RW... sad.gif

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#2 revich

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Posted 05 July 2009 - 04:30 PM

Wow, that's Fabulous! flowers.gif (More fine art screensavers!)

I think a grasshopper just jumped out of my monitor. wink.gif

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#3 Hawk

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Posted 07 July 2009 - 05:07 AM

This route is also available at RailworksAmerica. wink.gif