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BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Fri Dec 26, 2014 5:39 am

Finally decided which route I would like to pour all my time into, The Clovis sub. The Clovis Sub connects Belen NM with Clovis NM and is a very heavy bnsf mainline route, Roughly 100 trains pass though Belen nm to enter this sub daily. As of tonight as i type this i have completed the BNSF Belen Yard, well i completed the track and most of the track related stuff (turn table, gas pumps, etc.) I will update this as i finish more and more.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby imnew » Fri Dec 26, 2014 7:20 am

Great start ! Remember to back up often!
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby LandN » Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:15 am

Will be looking forward to it.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby JohnTrainHead » Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:29 am

Trackwork is looking good so far. !!*ok*!!
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Fri Dec 26, 2014 4:23 pm

Right now I'm trying to think if i should keep the ATSF scale rail tracks for the yard, or switch them out with the tracks that came with Sherman hill or Marias pass, What do you guys think i should do? Also i plan to use the Marias pass mainline track outside of Belen and from then on since the scale rail doesn't have super elevation.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby ColoradoRailfan » Fri Dec 26, 2014 5:29 pm

stationmaster101 wrote:Right now I'm trying to think if i should keep the ATSF scale rail tracks for the yard, or switch them out with the tracks that came with Sherman hill or Marias pass, What do you guys think i should do? Also i plan to use the Marias pass mainline track outside of Belen and from then on since the scale rail doesn't have super elevation.


Well if the real route has Concrete Ties on the track, use Marias or the Sherman Concrete Track, if the real route has Wooden tracks, use the Sherman Wooden Tracks.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Fri Dec 26, 2014 6:54 pm

ColoradoRailfan wrote:
stationmaster101 wrote:Right now I'm trying to think if i should keep the ATSF scale rail tracks for the yard, or switch them out with the tracks that came with Sherman hill or Marias pass, What do you guys think i should do? Also i plan to use the Marias pass mainline track outside of Belen and from then on since the scale rail doesn't have super elevation.


Well if the real route has Concrete Ties on the track, use Marias or the Sherman Concrete Track, if the real route has Wooden tracks, use the Sherman Wooden Tracks.


I mean its no real big deal, the ATSF Scale Rail can be downloaded from the 3D trains website as freeware and i think i can easily replace the yard tracks, if not ill just leave it as is since i really don't want to spend another 4-5 hours relaying all the track *!lol!*
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby buzz456 » Fri Dec 26, 2014 7:27 pm

I always like ScailRail and people don't have to buy something to use it unless they want the excellent HD payware version.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby Hack » Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:40 pm

FWIW, the track in Sherman Hill is ScaleRail. It just happens to be contained within the SH route folder, however. :D
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:07 pm

Hack wrote:FWIW, the track in Sherman Hill is ScaleRail. It just happens to be contained within the SH route folder, however. :D


Never knew that, am i wrong when i say the ATSF freeware ScaleRail has no super elevation? Or am i just doing something wrong?
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby Hack » Fri Dec 26, 2014 11:30 pm

stationmaster101 wrote:
Hack wrote:FWIW, the track in Sherman Hill is ScaleRail. It just happens to be contained within the SH route folder, however. :D


Never knew that, am i wrong when i say the ATSF freeware ScaleRail has no super elevation? Or am i just doing something wrong?

I believe I updated the TrackRules long go. Give it a try.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby jwtheiv » Sat Dec 27, 2014 9:07 am

Just want to echo my vote for Scalerail. I'm a big fan of it as well and always am happy to see it as well as the other scalerail assets used.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Sat Dec 27, 2014 11:47 am

Just a small update, starting to work on the scenery around the Belen yard before i move on because why not *!lol!*
Also so far this routes uses assets from Portland Terminal, Marias Pass, Sherman Hill, The Surfliner and ATSF Freeware ScaleRail.
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby stationmaster101 » Sat Dec 27, 2014 5:04 pm

Last Update for today. Not really liking how the scenery looks so far (might just be me being the perfectionist i am) Let me know what you guys think. (should i add more? less? Change certain things?)
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Re: BNSF Clovis Sub

Unread postby jmslakings » Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:41 pm

Looks good. !!*ok*!! Don't be afraid to use the color green for deserts. I did this using assets from Marias Pass.
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