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Norfolk Southern on MSTS

Some of my NS locos that I downloaded from KLW Train sim Add ons. Rolling Stock Included in the Download. SD40-2 Update needed from MSTS website. Sound included. COMMENTS APPRECIATED :D


 


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MSTS cab ride over the Saluda grade
Westbound Norfolk Southern train W77 has arrived at Melrose, NC in route to Asheville. The train will be broken into sections for the ascent of the 5.1% grade to Saluda, NC where it will be reassembled and continue west. We ride along in a trailing unit as the 9,000 horsepower consist brings the first cut of 22 cars to the summit. The train will rise over 600' in altitude over a distance of three miles, and three trips will be needed to bring the 56 car train over the mountain.





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F40PH in Train Simulator
A Train Pulled by 2 F40PHs runs on the North East Corridor from New Carrollton to Washington in Microsoft Train Simulator. The train consits of 9 amfleets. Both the cars and F40s are in Phase 3. One locomotive has HEP, the other does not. The Train Simulator Website where you can purchase Microsoft Train Simulator can be found at: http://www.microsoft.com/games/pc/trainsim.aspx It's no longer distributed by microsoft. Instead, it is distributed by several gaming companies. The lowest priced version of the game that I could see was $75. I bought the game in 2007, so I forget how much I paid for it. The Add-on Amtrak F40PHs and Amfleet cars can be found on Trainsim.com at: http://www.trainsim.com/file.php?cm=SEARCH1&fsec=0&fname=F40_SET1.ZIP and by typing amfleet1.zip in the file name box on the search page. Note: you must be a member of trainsim.com to download files. Wow! 100,000 views! 200,000 views! Thanks for watching!





Norfolk Southern C40-9W Overview
**HIGH QUALTITY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NF1GfEZytI&fmt=18 A quick overview of NS 9034 a GE C40-9W. These units are SLI shapes, Nick O'Dell textures, and freight animations by Jeff (Forgot last name). Horn by nick O'dell but looped by Me. Cab is Dieselswest revamped by Nick O'Dell. I am beta testing these units for him.





MSTS Sounds
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MSTS Saluda Grade
Hi guys! This is my first proper video on youtube so I hope you like it! Follow a Norfolk Southern train heading down the now closed Saluda grade from Saluda to Melrose. This route is available from train-sim.com and is done by Kent Weissinger (I highly recommend it!) Enjoy the video...leave a comment :)





New Freedom PA - Biking, Trains & Station Restoration (with slide show) (1996-2001)
Really no big deal-just a few short bike ride video sequences edited together (yes, I can ride and video at the same time!) showing the progress of the New Freedom PA station restoration and trains, shot from 1996 up to cessation of tourist trains in 2001. My impetus for uploading this is to show the variety of rail equipment once present in New Freedom Yard-and I enjoy biking! And another vid edited in my storytelling style, starting off as we ride north on the NCRY Trail, passing that good'ol Mason-Dixon Line, surmounting an upgrade known as Parr's Ridge (also crossed by B&O at Mount Airy and Barnsville MD, and by WMRY at Westminster and Lineboro MD). We then pass the start of the track and arrive in New Freedom proper, soon passing lots of trains and things! Compare the station in the first sequence with the shots of it in the later sequences! A couple "classic" locomotives are in the yard; a WMRY Alco RSD-5 (NOT original WMRY) and a B&O Royal Blue E8 (not sure original or not-if you know, please tell me). In the second sequence we make a side trip to Rutter's Store. I deliberately left this in so one might catch the gas prices-and GASP!! Obviously bittersweet! Two more sequences follow, with some different rolling stock in the yard. We finally end with a runby of the B&O E8-and a then & now slide show of the New Freedom Station area. Shame that some of the equipment they acquired NEVER got to run! The trains stopped running in September 2001. The Stewartstown line continued to run after that, but it too stopped running a few years later though its operators are hoping to get it up and running again-if they can raise the funds to upgrade track and bridges! Check out their website for more info: www.stewartstownrr.com. Still I wish the gas prices were the same as in this video! I might just be able to afford more trips to Shenandoah Junction, Strasburg and Montevideo Road! Heck, I might even be able to go grocery shopping! P.S. Since posting this I've received comments and info on what's actually a "pseudo" B&O loco painted to look like one of their onetime E8s. Although the NCRY was a former Penn line since 1865, at the time of these vids it was a tourist line, so the motive power was designed to be aesthetic for tourist runs-hence the paint jobs on both the B&O and WMRY engines, though neither came from those railroads. I appreciate the comments and corrections-thanx!





MSTS Railfanning: Sandpatch Part 2
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Trainz Simulator with CSX and NS
In the beginning of the video, it shows the unfinished part of my new layout. Then it shows the layout with a new addition of track and some scenery... Hope you like the randomish video that I have made!!! Sorry for not hitting F5, as for I just found out what it did... ~~~~~Updated~~~~~ Sorry for the crap music.. YouTube wanted me to change it to some junk and therefore got rid of the sounds in the game such as horns and stuff.. Sorry about that guys.. Thanks for watching though!!!!





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