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Clinchfield Challenger 676 Add-on

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by AndTheBest, Jun 4, 2020.

  1. AndTheBest

    AndTheBest Active Member

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    I think for an update at the Clinchfield Railroad: Elkhorn City - St. Paul Route with adding in the route the steam engine train of the Clinchfield Railroad number 676 or just know has the Clinchfield Challenger. Clinchfield Challenger 676.jpg
     
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  2. AndTheBest

    AndTheBest Active Member

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    So, what do you think to have this steam train in game and has part of the route add-on?
     
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  3. RGoo

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    This is a good idea, we could do with a steam loco for Clinchfield :) I would have it as a separate add on though as we already have a good amount of content included in Clinchfield already
     
  4. AndTheBest

    AndTheBest Active Member

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    For me is alright, I think for the route is suitable the Challenger Class steam locolomotive
     
  5. AndTheBest

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    RGoo or you have any other steam locolomotive class suitable for the Clinchfield Railroad I mean other a part the Challenger
     
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    JGRudnick Well-Known Member

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    I would love to see some big steam from the east! :D
     
  7. AndTheBest

    AndTheBest Active Member

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    Same, I like it
     
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    jedi247 Well-Known Member

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    A Rio Grande version could be great for Soldier Summit.
     
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  9. AndTheBest

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    Alright, so you mean to make this add with a Challenger on Clinchfield Railroad livery and another one in Rio Grande livery?
     
  10. Blacknred81

    Blacknred81 Well-Known Member

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    Clinchfield 676 would just be a market place reskin of UP 3985 (If anyone would be up to make that) Though most people would rather have it done on Smokebox's Challenger when they release it after the Big Boy.

    Though a Clinchfield E1-3 would be nice....
    Especially since the E-3's were Ex Rio Grande L-97 Units.

    EDIT: Found a steam roster for the Clinchfield Railroad: http://clinchfieldcountry.com/resources/steamroster.htm
     
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  11. AndTheBest

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    I mean not has a re-skin but has a locolomotive add on and not a re-skin of the Challenger UP 3985
     
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    Blacknred81 Well-Known Member

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    But Clichfield 676 was UP 3985 that ran a Christmas train in 1992 on the old Clinchfield line.
     
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  13. AndTheBest

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    I know but it was an image of exemple
     
  14. steammaster4449

    steammaster4449 Well-Known Member

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    676 was just 3985 done up as a fictional member of the Clinchfield's class of Challengers though. Literally all they changed was it's numbering and lettering. Nuthin' else was changed.
     

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