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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 27 Apr 2012 15:25

Another big shot, Falkenhaven area this time..
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Nordic Dragon » 27 Apr 2012 19:28

What's that track and bridge combination you have there by Brunsmund?
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 05 May 2012 15:08

Umm.. NuTracks and Total Bridge Renewal set (the modified version for TTRS3 - should be somewhere on these forums), I guess...

OK.. since I already finished the last game, here's a last screenshot, GRFList and the savegame...
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 20 Aug 2012 20:24

Long time no see...

1) Couple of Norris 4-2-0s with coal wagons near Tipton, 1837

2) Same area, rougly 2 years later. Tipton coal mine output exceeded the carrying capacity of the ~6 trains I had there, and adding more wasn't a real option. I merged the trains this way instead.

3) Winchester area passenger operations.
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 09 Mar 2013 20:33

OK, the last NARS game didn't turn out very well (read: I lost the saves and screens), so here's a new one. Again NARS2 with some other North American themed graphics, sub-arctic starting in 1830.

#1: The beginnings are humble - just a short coal line near Waynesboro with a handful of vertical-boiler locos.

#2: The same line, a bit later (ca. 1840s), a bit to the northeast. The old Grasshoppers couldn't handle the increased coal loads, so they were replaced with a doubled 4-2-0 Norris engines. Also visible is Waynesboro-Eagle passenger train.

#3: By the 1850s, passenger trains are omnipresent on what used to be a purely freight hauling network. Here's one of Waynesboro-Sparta trains.

By the end of the decade the company board decided to reevaluate the company goals. With this came a name change - from the original "Waynesboro Coal Co." to a rather more glorious sounding "Johnson, Newport & West Coast Railroad", describing the new transcontinental ambitions.
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by STD » 10 Mar 2013 07:08

Valdez wrote:OK, the last NARS game didn't turn out very well (read: I lost the saves and screens), so here's a new one. Again NARS2 with some other North American themed graphics, sub-arctic starting in 1830.

#1: The beginnings are humble - just a short coal line near Waynesboro with a handful of vertical-boiler locos.

#2: The same line, a bit later (ca. 1840s), a bit to the northeast. The old Coppernobs couldn't handle the increased coal loads, so they were replaced with a doubled 4-2-0 Norris engines. Also visible is Waynesboro-Eagle passenger train.

#3: By the 1850s, passenger trains are omnipresent on what used to be a purely freight hauling network. Here's one of Waynesboro-Sparta trains.

By the end of the decade the company board decided to reevaluate the company goals. With this came a name change - from the original "Waynesboro Coal Co." to a rather more glorious sounding "Johnson, Newport & West Coast Railroad", describing the new transcontinental ambitions.
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 10 Mar 2013 12:31

Thanks :)

Another batch here, sometime in the early 1880s. The company has already gone transcontinental in 1869, and now the network sprawls along both coasts. As for the place names - a network map will follow soon.

#1: Mountain line near New Berlin (part of the station can be seen in upper right corner). The planned track will connect nearby forest to a marshalling yard in a nearby valley.

#2: A small station near the southern end of the East Coast mainline. So far its a quiet place, but thats about to change - this freight train is just the first of many.

#3: Part of a Waynesboro-Georgetown mainline, with moderate traffic. The mine station is connected to the original line, now used solely for coal trains and separated from the rest of the network.
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Pyoro » 10 Mar 2013 13:24

Those last two are incredibly nice :)

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Post by Valdez » 12 Mar 2013 00:25

Thanks :)

#1, #2 - Here are the promised maps, ca. late 1880s.

#3 - A bunch of ships carrying oil from the various oil fields around Bridgeport to Johnson, where the oil is loaded on a train to the final destination - a refinery near Rutland. Maybe unnecessarily complicated, but definitely handy with the rather low capacity of Johnson-Hubbard line (which, by 1885, was still largely single-track affair).
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Post by Valdez » 13 Mar 2013 06:46

Some more..

#1 - Various wood carrying trains serving the New Berlin Valley yard, ca. 1889. The Moguls on the short feeder trains didn't last long - the Shay are much better suited to the steep hills and heavier loads, so I transferred the Moguls to the mainline freight trains (one can be seen here, returning from the Waynesboro paper mill)

#2 - First experiments with electrified rail on the Tipton suburban line, with a bunch of 1st generation interurbans

#3 - This one's from the western coast, near the junction of Grandview-Saratoga and Farmington-Saratoga lines. The Saratoga Terminus freight bypass diverges from the mainline here.
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Post by FlameSing » 13 Mar 2013 08:31

Very good! :) I like those long trains :wink:
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Post by wojteks86 » 13 Mar 2013 09:12

Very good loking screenshots ;)
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Post by Katve » 13 Mar 2013 14:47

Nice screenshots! Seems that I am not only one who love NARS steam locomotives with long trains.

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Post by STD » 14 Mar 2013 11:27

Good day! Beautiful screenshots. Well you build a railway junctions :) .
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 18 Mar 2013 20:43

Thanks for the kind words :)

#1 - Mainline section west of Newport sometime in the late 1890s during a rare quiet moment - at other times, there's a lot of heavy freight trains serving nearby coal mine and a refinery. As you can see, an expansion is already planned.

#2 - Some traffic somewhere in the western part of the network..

#3 - Western portion of Burke Canal, passing right under the Waynesboro-Burke line
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Post by Valdez » 31 Mar 2013 18:11

#1 - the only place of note on the Saratoga-Grandview line, sometime around the turn of the century..

#2 - Somewhere on the Mt.Carmel-Florence line. The pax traffic is minimal, but the freight trains more than make up of it..

#3 - Granger is one of the more awkwardly placed towns on the map, the fact that it lies right on Scranton-Pleasant Valley line doesn't exactly help. Quite a lot of ground work (at least by my standards) was needed here.
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Post by Valdez » 31 Mar 2013 18:30

#1 - A junction near Richland, west of the New Berlin rail yard, with fairly heavy traffic between the yard and a paper mill near Jackson. Again, minimal passenger traffic here, as Richland is just a small place in the middle of nowhere.

#2 - Waynesboro-Burke mainline over the Burke canal again. The oil trains got a lot more frequent, as the Burke oilfield proved to be a lot more productive than previously expected. Passenger traffic is heavy too.. The only thing that is missing are the colliers - a new power station opened, much closer to Burke and (more importantly) right on the lake shore. Most of the coal is now transported with barges over the lake, making the canal redundant.

#3 - Outskirts of Patterson, just southwest of Newport
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Post by Valdez » 31 Mar 2013 18:39

#1 - Newport-Mt.Carmel mainline with the usual traffic - freighters serving the local farms and a long-distance express (likely the same ten-wheeler as the one passing over the bridge in the previous screen)

#2 - The western end of Hubbard line, most of the traffic serves nearby food plant. A pair of express trains running between Johnson and Morrisville can be seen too..

#3 - Another part of this line, this time just north of Johnson
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Post by STD » 03 Apr 2013 18:14

Valdez wrote:#1 - Newport-Mt.Carmel mainline with the usual traffic - freighters serving the local farms and a long-distance express (likely the same ten-wheeler as the one passing over the bridge in the previous screen)

#2 - The western end of Hubbard line, most of the traffic serves nearby food plant. A pair of express trains running between Johnson and Morrisville can be seen too..

#3 - Another part of this line, this time just north of Johnson
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Re: [OTTD] Valdez's Screenshots

Post by Valdez » 05 Apr 2013 09:13

1) Heavy coal train between Scranton and Pleasant Valley, ca. 1915. The train carries about 550t of coal, which makes about 3200t trani with the freight multiplier, caboose and all the engines.

2) The same train on the return trip

3) Florence-Mt.Carmel line at Exeter station
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