Sunday, September 6, 2020

"Ghost of the Ma & Pa" New Workshop Scenario on CSX Hanover

The very first Workshop scenario has been published by High Iron Simulations for the CSX Hanover route.

The 40-minute scenario "Ghost of the Ma & Pa" features the Yorkrail GP9 and plenty of challenging switching tasks on Hanover's yard and industrial tracks -- and those unforgiving 1% grades they were built on!

Friday, September 4, 2020


 Hop on board on High Iron Simulations' new route: the CSX Hanover Subdivision.

Saturday, April 18, 2020

The NH ALCos are (will be) back

Digital Train Model recently released the stunning PRR ALCo FA/B-1/2 add-on on Steam. A post-release update made the trainphone antenna a child object, which opens the door for non-Pennsy repaints.

Here's my contribution, to replace the ALCos that got lost on the Springfield Line some years ago:

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Empire Builder Scenarios for GN Montana Hi-Line

Now available are two scenarios for the GN 1950s/60s Montana Hi-Line Route. You can drive the east- and westbound Empire Builders (1955 timetable), in the years when the Empire Builder was at its longest.

You can download the scenarios here.

Please read the accompanying PDF documents for information about required downloads. The two scenarios require two payware DLC and many freeware downloads.

Monday, January 20, 2020

Progress Update: GN Era Backdating Kit for Hi-Line Route

A quick progress report on my 1950s version of the Hi-Line route. I've made good progress with the scenery changes, the route looks pretty "old" now. Track layout, signaling, and signage changes are complete -- it's now the single track mainline that used to be.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Boxcar Bonanza

You have to see it to believe it!

User SeinfeldRules just posted at RailworksAmerica about a work-in-progress 150+ boxcar repaint project. They also posted a video. That's one looong train of boxcars! Very colorful too, with many fallen flags and a wonderful tribute to the Columbia Valley Pacific!

Read more in the original post at RailworksAmerica.

Here's a link to the video: