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During the course of development, over a thousand screenshots were captured, during which time the photographic staff learned a lot of helpful techniques.  Benefit from our knowledge by checking out the section on Taking Good Screenshots.

BNSF 2098 | Real Pines | CNW 4701 & Real Track

Click on the thumbnails below for an enlarged image.

 

Most locomotives used in mountainous regions have six-axles, but four-axle units are still used from time to time.

 

The strength and uniformity of concrete ties allows them to be placed 25% farther apart than wooden ties.

     
 

Creative use of texturing gives a 3D appearance using the same model used by the default GP38-2.

 

Numerous grade changes and plentiful curves keep train crews busy at Marias Pass.

     
 

CNW 4701 leads a manifest train along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River east of Belton.

 

Uniform ballast composition helps keep track maintenance costs under control.  Railroads often supply ballast from their own quarries.

     
 

Much of the development time for Real Track was spent addressing the problem of how to minimize the annoying moiré pattern which occurs with many track textures.

 

Days of rainy weather have left the grass and pine trees looking healthy and green.

 


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