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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 10:08

Now that's something completely different! :P

What about those railroad tracks, are they new or the ones from the Czech set? It somehow gives the feeling of rusty tracks, is that intentional?
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Post by Raichase » 05 Nov 2006 10:11

SAC wrote:Now that's something completely different! :P

What about those railroad tracks, are they new or the ones from the Czech set?
New, they were drawn by Coalroads Artist, quit a while back.
It somehow gives the feeling of rusty tracks, is that intentional?
Yes, most NSW/ Australian railways are quite weathered. A lot of abandondned branch lines, and some lines see one train a day at the most...

It's a nice effect, imo :)).
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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 10:33

Yes, it does! It blends in very well with the surroundings, looking very good! :D
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Post by lobster » 05 Nov 2006 15:09

hmm, i'd say the tracks a tad bit too dark, but it looks great overall! i've been waiting for this landscape for quite some time. maybe an entire climate change (like the Alpine) is an option?
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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 15:47

astath wrote:hmm, i'd say the tracks a tad bit too dark, but it looks great overall! i've been waiting for this landscape for quite some time. maybe an entire climate change (like the Alpine) is an option?
Perhaps not the tracks itself, but possibly the "wood" the tracks are resting upon. I have no clue what the English word for it is though! :oops:
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Post by lobster » 05 Nov 2006 20:51

that's indeed what i meant, milady. still, i'm gonna get me this landscape pretty soon. or maybe i already got it, if it came with the ausset mail. anyway, enough OT.
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Post by Dave » 05 Nov 2006 20:53

Just for your reference, SAC, they're called "Sleepers"
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Post by Bastiaan » 05 Nov 2006 21:00

Sleeper?

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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 21:03

Dave Worley wrote:Just for your reference, SAC, they're called "Sleepers"
Sleepers? What a funny name! :P
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Post by Dave » 05 Nov 2006 21:20

Bastiaan wrote:Sleeper?

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Post by AndersI » 05 Nov 2006 21:35

SAC wrote:Sleepers? What a funny name! :P
Actually, it's exactly the same in Swedish "slipers" which *is* the English word, just spelled according to Swedish standards

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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 21:38

AndersI wrote:
SAC wrote:Sleepers? What a funny name! :P
Actually, it's exactly the same in Swedish "slipers" which *is* the English word, just spelled according to Swedish standards
I know, it's just that it sounds a bit funny in English, as if they're lying there sleeping...

...wait a minute...

..that's what they do! :P
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Post by Dave » 05 Nov 2006 22:52

SAC wrote:
AndersI wrote:
SAC wrote:Sleepers? What a funny name! :P
Actually, it's exactly the same in Swedish "slipers" which *is* the English word, just spelled according to Swedish standards
I know, it's just that it sounds a bit funny in English, as if they're lying there sleeping...

...wait a minute...

..that's what they do! :P
SLIPPERS!?

What... You wear your railway on your feet? :P
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Post by SAC » 05 Nov 2006 23:22

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I shouldn't have said anything...

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Post by Raichase » 06 Nov 2006 05:17

...and that ends the OT.

Actually, the sleepers are also quite accurate, a very dark wood. I suggest it's because of the ligher colour of the grass around it actually. In later years, Australia is using concrete sleepers, but thats impossible to do in TT, and most branch lines are using crapped out wooden sleepers anyway.

Hell the "main line" into our Capital City is a single track branch line that has such a rough ride, trains are severely speed limited :o.

Finally, if you guys do want to discuss the landscape and whatnot (and believe me, it's very much appreciated to see more community input), we'd be delighted to meet you in the thread I linked to earlier :)).
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Post by Bastiaan » 06 Nov 2006 09:08

Dave Worley wrote:Still... Blame the English Language.
In Dutch a sleeper (the wooden things, not the carriages) is called "dwarsligger" (something that lies across something else) or "biels". A sleeper coach is called "slaaprijtuig" (sleeping coach).
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Post by Raichase » 06 Nov 2006 09:36

Bastiaan wrote:
Dave Worley wrote:Still... Blame the English Language.
In Dutch a sleeper (the wooden things, not the carriages) is called "dwarsligger" (something that lies across something else) or "biels". A sleeper coach is called "slaaprijtuig" (sleeping coach).
Did I not just say to end the OT?
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Post by BobDendry » 06 Nov 2006 09:44

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Post by Samwise » 06 Nov 2006 15:10

Where can I actually get this landscape-mod? I looked up the ausset topic, but can't find it :cry:
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Post by ISA » 06 Nov 2006 16:20

Darkmast49 wrote:Where can I actually get this landscape-mod? I looked up the ausset topic, but can't find it :cry:
AFAIK its not release yet... Its in testing! And we can play with it soon :)
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Check out the good news here, AUS Land is actually a playable grf, currently in testing. Check that link for some cool screenies in the NSW Set topic, as well as that topic being the place to follow releases and discussion.
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