NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

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NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby RailWanderer » Mon Jul 15, 2019 5:08 pm

Here's an offering from Francisco Nunez (fnunezf) who created the repaint and Mod of the G-TraX Lightweight Passenger cars.

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Ricksan has graciously provided permissions to use the files as they had been created by Francisco. Thanks again Rick.

http://digitalrailroading.net/assets.html
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby buzz456 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 7:22 pm

These are the same as the ones already in the library only if memory serves from a earlier era.
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby 18potterfan » Mon Jul 15, 2019 7:27 pm

The ones in the library are much darker.
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby EngineerJohn » Mon Jul 15, 2019 7:30 pm

The 4 stripes with the blue ones were for the streamlined passenger trains, the black ones with the 2 stripes were for diesels and "regular" hudsons.
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby RailWanderer » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:42 am

buzz456 wrote:These are the same as the ones already in the library only if memory serves from a earlier era.


These cars were made for the J3a Dreyfuss Hudsons of an earlier time than the ones you did which were made for the diesels of later times. I am sorry you were disappointed. Its your option to download and use them or not.
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby buzz456 » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:54 am

RailWanderer wrote:
buzz456 wrote:These are the same as the ones already in the library only if memory serves from a earlier era.


These cars were made for the J3a Dreyfuss Hudsons of an earlier time than the ones you did which were made for the diesels of later times. I am sorry you were disappointed. Its your option to download and use them or not.

Who said I was disappointed? What are you talking about? What part of earlier era do you not understand?
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Re: NYC 20th Century Limited G-TraX Lightweight Passenger Cars

Unread postby RailWanderer » Thu Jul 18, 2019 4:58 pm

buzz456 wrote:
RailWanderer wrote:
These cars were made for the J3a Dreyfuss Hudsons of an earlier time than the ones you did which were made for the diesels of later times. I am sorry you were disappointed. Its your option to download and use them or not.

Who said I was disappointed? What are you talking about? What part of earlier era do you not understand?


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