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|Realistic scenery! Besides the Colton & Northern route you will need the following add-on packages:
1) Rural Landscapes* from 3DTrains.com
2) Scale Roads* from 3DTrains.com
*Both Rural Landscapes and Scaleroads come in both free and purchase versions (free is a low resolution version of the payware hi-res version (recommended)) If you have any of these add-ons already, you don't need to purchase them again.
Picture taken from the Westin area of the Colton & Northern rail line.
|Lots of detail! Especially close-up, you will feel you are there. And the action is smoothe!
Picture from Hawkins Supply in Penn Heights just before the Penn Heights Lumber Co. & Outlet Store
|The Colton & Northern runs through hills, valleys and plains areas. You'll see alot!
Picture taken from the Dugan County Granary branch.
|Working turntables (courtesy of RS), roundhouse, yard facilities adds to the railroading immersion factor.
Picture taken from Colton Rail Yard featuring default and Dick Cowen's FLC GP9 (available separately).
|A great way to railfan! The Colton & Northern offers many places to just watch the trains go by. This picture
taken in the Colton Rail Yard near the engine shed.
Picture of Dick Cowen's FLC caboose (available separetely) on the Colton RR Yard caboose track.
|The magic of railroading goes virtual. Even ordinary places, like this bit of track before the Pine Bluff coal
mine become magical with so much detail.
Picture from entry track to Pine Bluff Coal Mine.
|From small towns to larger towns, the detail doesn't stop!
Picture taken from Lancaster. A sizeable small town along the route with no railroad stops.
|Stand back, a train is coming! Can't you almost feel it?
Picture from somewhere on the Colton & Northern coming soon for Rail Simulator.