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    Default Pig Unloading Video

    Found this on the Innertube drone footage
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9L9cSYE1W4

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    Cool to watch. Thanks.

    Reminds me of @NtheBasement, didn't you do this in scale? I do remember your pig project.
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    Yes, I have an operating pig, aka barney, toward the end of my sig's old way clip. There is a gorgeous operating model of the whole McMyler dumper in HO:

    High res video here shows the details of how he got it to work, I am in awe of this guy's work:
    Moving coal the old way: https://youtu.be/RWJVt4r_pgc
    Moving coal the new way: https://youtu.be/QzmBQ4As_mc

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    What I'd really like to do is find space for @pnolan48's Hulett ship unloaders on my layout, and try to animate it.
    https://www.nscale.net/forums/showthread.php?48767-Finally!-A-Buildable-Affordable-Hulett-Unloader
    Moving coal the old way: https://youtu.be/RWJVt4r_pgc
    Moving coal the new way: https://youtu.be/QzmBQ4As_mc

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    Upon reading the title of this thread, I was eagerly anticipating an entertaining video of swine running rampant during attempted unloading. Oh, well....

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    My quickie N scale Barney video quickly got over 100k views. Maybe people thought they would see a purple dinosaur.
    Moving coal the old way: https://youtu.be/RWJVt4r_pgc
    Moving coal the new way: https://youtu.be/QzmBQ4As_mc

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