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Author:  as [ Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:36 pm ]
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Inspired by the great screenhots in this forum I have decided to start my own screenshot thread. First some old random screenshots from my hd.

Three screenshots from a japanset game, these are about a year old.

Nice scenic shot with EF10 pulling iron ore train in the mountains.
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The town of Matsuayma
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Nohara, industrial town by the coast:
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Author:  as [ Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:55 pm ]
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More old screenshots. Canset and ECS were used in this game

Dawson Creek with two Ontario Northland trains. A 4-6-2 with passenger train crosses a viaduct while freight train waits for its turn.
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The town of Prince Rupert in winter.
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Dawson with passenger staton and sawmill. The wood products from the sawmill are transported to the furniture factory seen in the previous screenshot.
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Author:  as [ Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:19 pm ]
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More...

A busy day at Winnipeg:
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Kelowna was the largest town in the map. If I remember correctly, it had pretty nice looking station, but unfortunately it seems that I don't have any screenshots of the station itself.
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Author:  Eddi [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 2:30 pm ]
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you're using "middle stop" patch, cute ;)

Author:  as [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:00 pm ]
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Eddi wrote:
you're using "middle stop" patch, cute ;)

It is one of my favourite patches, not very useful from gamepaly point of view, but looks nice.

More old screenshots. Again Canset + ecs combo was used.
Victoria. A sand train has just started its journey to Grimsby glassworks, while passenger train from Amos is just arriving at the station.
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Grimsby and the glassworks. All trains in this area are operated by Canadian Pacific.

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Ottawa at the other side of the map is served by Canadian National. Ottawa is a busy industrial town with a furniture factory and a steel mill.

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Author:  as [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:15 pm ]
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1952, CN is testing diesel power. ABBA-set of MLW FAs is accelerating with heavy coal train.
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Winter shot of Ottawa. The town has grown and diesels have replaced steamers.

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Long Sault docks and more CN trains
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Author:  as [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:32 pm ]
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More...

Amos is the biggest town on on the map.
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Southern suburbs of Amos with Amos power station.
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Commuter push-pull trains at Halifax which is near Amos.
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Author:  as [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:47 pm ]
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Amos Freight station
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Windsor Island has a small narrowgauge network built mainly to transport iron ore from inland mines to Windsor docks.
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Amos docks and some VIA Rail passenger trains.
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Author:  as [ Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:50 pm ]
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Last two shots from this game.

Zoomed out view of Amos and nearby areas.
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Minimap at the end of the game
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Author:  as [ Wed Apr 22, 2009 7:57 pm ]
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New game, DBset in alpine climate with small 128*256 map

First map showing the terrain and the railroads in 1923:
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Gelsenkirchen. These stations will need heavy redesign in the future, but I can't afford anything better yet. The coal service to the Gelsenkirchen power station is my main source of income.
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Krefeld, Wuppertal and Nürnberg, three small towns in the countryside north of Gelsenkirchen.
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Author:  beeb375 [ Wed Apr 22, 2009 8:34 pm ]
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Wow, some of those towns are tiny, very kind providing service to them :p

Author:  ZxBiohazardZx [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:28 pm ]
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beeb375 wrote:
Wow, some of those towns are tiny, very kind providing service to them :p



define "Tiny" anything over 100 inhabitants can be serviced by bus, over 500 by train (my personal opinion) certainly if you have a storyline

Author:  Benny [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:36 pm ]
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All towns can be serviced by trains IMO. But not cities over 5-6000 inhabitants.

Author:  beeb375 [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 7:52 pm ]
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Bennythen00b wrote:
All towns can be serviced by towns IMO. But not towns over 5-6000 inhabitants.

Erm... whut? :p

Author:  Benny [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 7:56 pm ]
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Oh, crap... xD
Better now?

Author:  beeb375 [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 8:29 pm ]
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No :p Why can't trains service towns with a population over 6000?

Author:  as [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 8:30 pm ]
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With cargodest serving small towns is slightly more profitable. But yes, those trains are not making much profit(yet).

Anyway the railroad wasn't build just for those villages. From Nürnberg railroad continues over the mountains to Ingolstadt.
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This one is just for beeb375. Not only am I serving tiny village, it's a tiny village middle of nowhere in difficult mountanous terrain.
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Author:  Benny [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 8:34 pm ]
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beeb375 wrote:
No :p Why can't trains service towns with a population over 6000?

Because it looks ugly with stations waaaay out in the edge of a sircular town...
I like starting when the cities are small, and then let the cities grow around them. Haven't you seen Ameechers shots!?

Edit: Hey, as. That hill climb shot is nice! :)

Author:  Badger [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 11:08 pm ]
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@ Benny - I sometimes just bulldoze my may through the middle, purchasing the land as I go. I'll already have a bus service or 5 keeping the town rating up so I can come back every so often and finish my station build.
Normally I'm in a town early on though so the above is on rare occasions really.

Author:  beeb375 [ Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:29 am ]
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Bennythen00b wrote:
beeb375 wrote:
No :p Why can't trains service towns with a population over 6000?

Because it looks ugly with stations waaaay out in the edge of a sircular town...
I like starting when the cities are small, and then let the cities grow around them. Haven't you seen Ameechers shots!?

Oh I see what you mean now, and I have seen Ameecher's shots, have you seen mine? :p Similarish style, although even more similar to JamieLei's...

Very nice shots these ones, and serving that village of 82 people is mad :o Although I imagine with cargodest slightly less mad, so fair enough!

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