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Re: Update on The NCNG Trainz Project

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  • Doug Stuard
    I bought Trainz last year (haven t used it much). I m a big NCNG fan, modeling the Bear River Bridge in N , and have conceptualized the entire line a oNeTrak
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 11, 2005
      I bought Trainz last year (haven't used it much). I'm a big NCNG
      fan, modeling the Bear River Bridge in "N", and have conceptualized
      the entire line a oNeTrak modules, even to the post-war era as the
      standard gauged "Nevada County Short Line", running SP hand-me-downs
      similar to the NWP (in Black Widow, of course)!

      I am really looking forward to the results of your project.

      Doug Stuard
      Reston, VA

      --- In NCNGRR@yahoogroups.com, "Mike" <dasredbaron@y...> wrote:
      > Hi All
      > Thanks to considerable data supplied by Andrew progress continues
      > the "NCNG in Trainz" project.
      > Two new pics posted, one of Gold Flat Trestle and one of the Grass
      > Valley Yard progress.
      > All these items had to be gmaxed, and textured so it takes time.
      > Thanks to a fellow trainzer too for the "A" frame gallows
      > He is adjusting them to match that needed for this project. :)
      > Help is still needed on some details between Grass Valley and
      > City.
      > Where was the Standard Oil Facility located at? One written source
      > says "Just south of Nevada City" and another source says "near the
      > Town Talk Tunnel". Also was this on a siding or a spur and does
      > anyone know how this track was situated there?? Even a rough hand
      > drawing is better than what I have (which is Nothing)
      > Also, any details on the Idaho-Maryland Mine, trackage, and mine
      > I need to model this one too.
      > Also the Grass Valley Ice House, exact location, and photos. And A
      > side note,, I have found no reference to the NCNG having reefers,
      > there were ice houses????
      > I hope someone else is interested in Trainz too and can someday
      > this project.
      > Until next time
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