Screenshot Of The Month Competition - October 2019 - ENTRIES

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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - July 2018 - ENTRIES - POLL

Post by GarryG » 14 Jul 2018 06:08

kamnet wrote:I will freely admit that I changed my vote. In fact, I changed it several times.
Maybe a method in your madness :D

Maybe change votes could be allowed except for the last few days of voting. :roll:

Shame we cant change our votes when voting for politicians when they not keeping their promises, kick them out before their term is up. :D

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Post by wallyweb » 14 Jul 2018 10:23

GarryG wrote:Shame we cant change our votes when voting for politicians when they not keeping their promises, kick them out before their term is up. :D
You'd have to wash your foot if you did that. :mrgreen:

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Post by GarryG » 14 Jul 2018 12:24

I'll wear my steel capped safety boots.
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - July 2018 - ENTRIES - POLL

Post by Emperor Jake » 20 Jul 2018 07:06

The response to the question "should re-voting be disabled?" is overwhelmingly Yes, with 27 votes and No at 6 votes.

The people have spoken, so I'll disable re-voting from now on. :twisted:

Now there was going to be a poll regarding the screenshot sizes, regarding that discussion a few pages back. However in the last round, there weren't any entries which I felt were too big, so I'd rather not put in any size restrictions so I'll change the rule to discourage too large entries, as they can't be placed inline very well because this may break the table on some browsers and cause long loading times.

edit: I realised I still had the first post saying "closed"... so to reiterate: submissions are open and the theme is Intermodal! :D
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Post by GarryG » 21 Jul 2018 04:25

Container Terminals near Newcastle.
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Post by le_harv » 21 Jul 2018 05:54

Containerisation has changed the consist of the trains that regularly traverse these mountains. Huge long trains full of containerised goods make their way from the western ports with goods from the Far East for distribution across the rest of the nation. These container trains are so long that one end will still be entering the tunnel as the front exits. Quite the spectacle inspired by the Spiral Tunnels in the Rocky Mountains.
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Post by JGR » 24 Jul 2018 00:33

A busy day at the docks. Cargo is transshipped between road, rail and sea in this sprawling freight terminal.
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - July 2018 - ENTRIES

Post by Emperor Jake » 29 Jul 2018 12:32

Good to see you here JGR!

Here's my entry:
the harbour and foundry at Pokrov, where transshipment occurs between river boats, trains and trucks. Goods from the foundry are transported near and far by the various transport methods - out to sea by ship, to the nearby cities by truck, and to distant inland cities by train. An empty steel train pulls out of the station and a busy mainline passes nearby.
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Post by kjuao9 » 29 Jul 2018 22:43

During the 60s, the most common form of transport goods by the company is by containers. Goods arrived from ships to be redistributed by trains to big cities, and by trucks to industries.
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Post by acs121 » 30 Jul 2018 02:12

Hey,

I won't be participating this month, so don't worry, i simply didn't have anything to enter :wink:

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Post by STD » 30 Jul 2018 18:23

I, too, has no suitable screenshots to participate in the current theme :wink: .
Good luck to all those who have already sent their screenshots :D . Decent and interesting screenshots.
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Post by mr jj » 30 Jul 2018 18:35

A river port in a metal fabrication plant. The metal that come is transformed in goods. Nowadays is possible to transport almost every kind of cargo in containers, in a intermodal way.
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Post by wallyweb » 30 Jul 2018 22:48

A long long time ago in the future, the City of Ottawa found itself a victim of "climate change" and became a seaport which resulted in a scattering of docks and small harbours. Something had to be done. In their eminent wisdom, the local authorities accepted a bribe and contracted wallyweb Engineering to design a solution. The proposal was to develop an offshore island as an intermodal terminal, but there was no island. Here we see progress in the creation of an island, conveniently located close to company headquarters. A new channel had to be dredged and the stones and sand were used to build the island. Metal and lumber and supplies arrive at temporary docks, some by train to a shunting station (upper left). Lumber is being used for wooden staging in preparation for a proper rail bridge. Adjacent to that we see the temporary causeway for road access. It will be replaced by something nice and modern. Next to that we see the beginnings of a suspended monorail which will connect to a site control center yet to be erected. Note the old harbour crane next to the steel dock. It was bought at auction from a now sunken city and is being used to train staff in preparation for the installation of new cranes more appropriate to container handling.
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Post by michael blunck » 31 Jul 2018 17:25

Emperor Jake wrote: edit: I realised I still had the first post saying "closed"... so to reiterate: submissions are open and the theme is Intermodal! :D
And, BTW, you have still the first post saying "Submissions are currently OPEN for June 2018." :p
Transition period for Rondhattan Ridge harbour. The process of change toward containerisation is in full swing, and very soon the traditional piece goods handling will fade into insignificance.
Transition period for Rondhattan Ridge harbour. The process of change toward containerisation is in full swing, and very soon the traditional piece goods handling will fade into insignificance.
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Post by STD » 31 Jul 2018 19:44

I did find a screenshot of my newest game I started recently :D . So here's my screenshot for the competition :arrow: :
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The paper mill is located on the coast of the Ob river. There is a large cargo terminal for the transportation of goods from the factory by different modes of transport to the destination: ships, trucks and freight trains.
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Post by FulliAutomatix » 01 Aug 2018 22:02

A bit late, but here's a purpose built port I made for the competition.
I'm a bit of an intermodal enthusiast I must admit, I love containers! :D
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Post by Emperor Jake » 02 Aug 2018 09:41

The entries are in! Several new contestants this round, a warm welcome to them! :D


Emperor Jake
the harbour and foundry at Pokrov, where transshipment occurs between river boats, trains and trucks. Goods from the foundry are transported near and far by the various transport methods - out to sea by ship, to the nearby cities by truck, and to distant inland cities by train. An empty steel train pulls out of the station and a busy mainline passes nearby.
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A bit late, but here's a purpose built port I made for the competition.
I'm a bit of an intermodal enthusiast I must admit, I love containers! :D
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GarryG
Container Terminals near Newcastle.
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JGR
A busy day at the docks. Cargo is transshipped between road, rail and sea in this sprawling freight terminal.
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kjuao9
During the 60s, the most common form of transport goods by the company is by containers. Goods arrived from ships to be redistributed by trains to big cities, and by trucks to industries.
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le_harv
Containerisation has changed the consist of the trains that regularly traverse these mountains. Huge long trains full of containerised goods make their way from the western ports with goods from the Far East for distribution across the rest of the nation. These container trains are so long that one end will still be entering the tunnel as the front exits. Quite the spectacle inspired by the Spiral Tunnels in the Rocky Mountains.
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mr jj
A river port in a metal fabrication plant. The metal that come is transformed in goods. Nowadays is possible to transport almost every kind of cargo in containers, in a intermodal way.
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michael blunck
Transition period for Rondhattan Ridge harbour. The process of change toward containerisation is in full swing, and very soon the traditional piece goods handling will fade into insignificance.
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STD
The paper mill is located on the coast of the Ob river. There is a large cargo terminal for the transportation of goods from the factory by different modes of transport to the destination: ships, trucks and freight trains.
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Conveniently close to a body of water, a factory is served by a LARGE intermodal terminal. Trains unload grain, livestock, and transfer cargo to the terminal where things are shipped out by freighter through sea and through land via trolleytrucks and trains
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A long long time ago in the future, the City of Ottawa found itself a victim of "climate change" and became a seaport which resulted in a scattering of docks and small harbours. Something had to be done. In their eminent wisdom, the local authorities accepted a bribe and contracted wallyweb Engineering to design a solution. The proposal was to develop an offshore island as an intermodal terminal, but there was no island. Here we see progress in the creation of an island, conveniently located close to company headquarters. A new channel had to be dredged and the stones and sand were used to build the island. Metal and lumber and supplies arrive at temporary docks, some by train to a shunting station (upper left). Lumber is being used for wooden staging in preparation for a proper rail bridge. Adjacent to that we see the temporary causeway for road access. It will be replaced by something nice and modern. Next to that we see the beginnings of a suspended monorail which will connect to a site control center yet to be erected. Note the old harbour crane next to the steel dock. It was bought at auction from a now sunken city and is being used to train staff in preparation for the installation of new cranes more appropriate to container handling.
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Post by STD » 10 Aug 2018 08:13

I congratulate with the victory screenshot FulliAutomatix :D . Everything is done perfectly and with taste. Excellent port industrial zone :)) .
I'm waiting for the announcement of the new theme :wink:. In this time i didn't vote for screenshots. I just watched the outcome of the vote. I thought this time it would be a tie :) . But the winner beat the nearest competitor by two votes.
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - July 2018 - VOTING

Post by wallyweb » 10 Aug 2018 09:45

This is Ground Control to Emperor Jake
We finally have the votes
And the players want to know what theme you and FulliAutomatix share
Now it's time to leave the capsule if you dare

Sorry David but the oddity of this parody is that it's all in good fun. :lol:

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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - July 2018 - VOTING

Post by FulliAutomatix » 10 Aug 2018 23:08

I know the winner decides the next theme, but I don't know how the system works.
So I'll just say what I suggested to EmperorJake:
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