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I just got this message in Trainstation. I guess I was pushing a little too hard to finish up Fuel Shipment III for my PF II train set.
Idrillan asked a great question about copyright here on the Trainstation wiki. I thought I'd put my answer here, in case others have the same questions.
Just taking a moment to follow up on your question about copyright. I'm not a lawyer, but I'll give you my opinion. This is an important question, and I'm glad that you took the time to ask.
The most important thing is that Wikia is based in the US, and anything regarding copyright is covered by US law. US law makes very specific exceptions for our kind of activity here - it's called Fair Use. There are 4 criteria used to determine if copying something is Fair Use or not:
The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit…
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There is a new engine in the Special Award shop - the SNCF BB 75000 Quad. It costs 315 , but it is also the most powerful freight locomotive in the game (35 ). If you're serious about playing the game, this is an excellent investment. If you need tips on how to earn to purchase this monster, check out the Contracts section.
Another good one is the Aurora Borealis Double, but it's much higher level.
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I took the that Pixel Federation sent everyone yesterday and bought myself a Christmas present - an Aurora Borealis Double. Nothing says Christmas like a diesel.
I hope everyone is having a great holiday season. Your hard work is noted and is very much appreciated.
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I was killing time at work and working on the wiki. I wanted to spruce up the Sunbeam train images that Turms2012 uploaded and came across this site: http://www.sumopaint.com
It's a free online image editor that supports everything we use here: 1) .png files and 2) transparency.
I found the site really easy to use, and wanted to share it.
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