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HPL
April 8th, 2018, 01:59 PM
Installed, but there are a few missing dependencies:

<kuid:68926:15518300>,<kuid:68926:19131000>,<kuid:68926:448300>,<kuid:68926:448302>,<kuid:68926:448310>,<kuid:68926:448311>,<kuid:68926:448312>,<kuid:68926:477880>,<kuid:68926:477881>

chris2001trainz2010
April 8th, 2018, 05:01 PM
Those are all KUIDs from Steve Lerro himself. Luckily, Steve labels all his KUIDs based on the pack they're attached to. I'm gonna guess all of those KUIDs come from the I1sa package on the site. In the second set of numbers in the KUIDs, 4483 matches up with the number of the preserved I1sa locomotive, and the 477 matches up with the first three numbers on the caboose that come with the pack.

scratchy
April 8th, 2018, 06:37 PM
Thats right! You need both the excellent Decapod pack from Steve, and the Coal Country route to play the session.

https://trello-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/537619f15fc5328495eac59b/5ab10c4a25c0b319158da739/2762151a6e2dec7d586b8080bf7b26fb/TANE_2018-04-02_22-34-08-10.jpg

https://trello-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/537619f15fc5328495eac59b/5ab10c4a25c0b319158da739/02f0182e4242740b403d8cb82832324c/TANE_2018-04-02_22-15-42-92.jpg

Frimbo
April 8th, 2018, 06:51 PM
This is awesome! Thanks for a great session! I would welcome - and gladly pay for - more steam sessions.

http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/678379/screenshots/64856/1000/My-Trainz-Screenshot-Image.jpg

http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/678379/screenshots/64858/1000/My-Trainz-Screenshot-Image.jpg

http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/678379/screenshots/64860/1000/My-Trainz-Screenshot-Image.jpg

http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/678379/screenshots/64870/1000/My-Trainz-Screenshot-Image.jpg

http://images.n3vgames.com/trainzportal/mytrainz/678379/screenshots/64871/1000/My-Trainz-Screenshot-Image.jpg

scratchy
April 8th, 2018, 07:01 PM
Good to hear! I hope you managed to get up (and down) those hills ok!

Heinrich505
April 8th, 2018, 08:13 PM
I just picked up the Decapod earlier this weekend and it is an amazing engine. I'm enjoying the heck out of it.

Now, I'll have to pick up the route and session too. Those pictures of the route are stunning.

Heinrich505

normhart
April 8th, 2018, 09:28 PM
Great session, thanks Scratchy, JR, and K&L!

blueodessey
April 8th, 2018, 10:28 PM
:o Can you post a picture of this item you call a Decapod? Or if it is in this thread, tell me which picture it shows in? I'm assuming it is some type of Locomotive.

I went to JR Site and did a search for Decapod, and nothing comes up..a search for "I1sa package" and does not come up on JR's only it wasn't found?

I bought Coal Country already.....So we are good on that, and I am a customer with JR products too.

Kind of strange I think, unless the names for these items are different?

Thanks.

Griphos
April 8th, 2018, 11:13 PM
The Decapod is from K&L, like the session.

scratchy
April 8th, 2018, 11:56 PM
I'm just at work at the moment, I'll post a release thread in the forums shortly. In the meantime if you have Facebook, search k&l trainz and the information and download links are there.
Thanks for the feedback so far everyone, it takes many hours for me to refine a session :)

Frimbo
April 9th, 2018, 06:40 AM
I'm just at work at the moment, I'll post a release thread in the forums shortly. In the meantime if you have Facebook, search k&l trainz and the information and download links are there.
Thanks for the feedback so far everyone, it takes many hours for me to refine a session :)

I am not at work at the moment! Here is a link to the K&L site which then has links for downloading the session and purchasing the Decapods and the Coal County Route:


https://kltrainz.com/coal-country-steam-session-now-available/


What makes a session great for me is having nice equipment, a challenging but not impossible driving experience, and lots of other traffic around. I love hearing whistles in the distance and wondering what's coming. Combine all this with a great route and lots of viewing cameras along the way and you have one of my best Trainz experiences to date.

Many thanks for all your work, Scratchy and Steve!

normhart
April 9th, 2018, 08:39 AM
:o Can you post a picture of this item you call a Decapod? Or if it is in this thread, tell me which picture it shows in? I'm assuming it is some type of Locomotive.

I went to JR Site and did a search for Decapod, and nothing comes up..a search for "I1sa package" and does not come up on JR's only it wasn't found?

I bought Coal Country already.....So we are good on that, and I am a customer with JR products too.

Kind of strange I think, unless the names for these items are different?

Thanks.

Um, Blue, there is only one locomotive in all of the above pictures. That might be a clue. ;)

The K&L I1sa package includes two variants of the PRR I1sa, prewar and postwar. It also includes two tenders for each locomotive type, two different PRR coal hoppers GLa and H21, and two variants of the PRR N5c Caboose. All rail cars with auto numbering and chameleon skins.

One of the best sets that K&L has produced. :D

willieg87
April 11th, 2018, 07:23 PM
I have no junction levers in the session. Coal country is fine. Any help?

scratchy
April 12th, 2018, 04:46 AM
No idea about that one sorry. Are you sure they don't just hide when the cursor isn't over them? Only suggestion would be reinstall session

blueodessey
April 12th, 2018, 03:55 PM
Um, Blue, there is only one locomotive in all of the above pictures. That might be a clue. ;)

The K&L I1sa package includes two variants of the PRR I1sa, prewar and postwar. It also includes two tenders for each locomotive type, two different PRR coal hoppers GLa and H21, and two variants of the PRR N5c Caboose. All rail cars with auto numbering and chameleon skins.

One of the best sets that K&L has produced. :D

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Thank you and the others here that helped me, I unfortunately wouldn't know a Decapod from ?????? :confused:,

I now know it has to do with 2-10-0, and could be American and/or Russian made Locomotive, and even more ironic, now when I use the search term "Decapod" it shows up on K&L site today, the other times last week I searched for it on their site, it said nothing found, go figure!

http://www.steamlocomotive.com/locobase.php?country=USA&wheel=2-10-0

"The first 2-10-0 example used in the USA were built in 1867 for the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The next big increase in number of this wheel arrangement occurred when 1200 were ordered by Imperial Russia. However, before they could all be built and delivered the Bolshevik revolution occurred leaving more than 200 2-10-0 locomotives unclaimed in the USA. These were modified to USA standards and used by several railroads in the USA. The Pennsylvania Railroad ended up using the greatest number (598) of 2-10-0 locomotives. They were quite successfully used on the PRR Allegheny Mountain routes.

Because of the lack of a rear truck, the 2-10-0 wheel arrangement meant that the firebox be place between the drives making it very narrow or on top of the drivers making it very high and shallow also limiting the driver diameter. As a result, these locomotives could only be used for slow drag service."



So in my case I need to learn more about the different variants in Steam Locomotives of which there are multitudes, mystery solved and I am a little better educated now.

Bought the Decapod just know and downloaded the free Steam Session for Coal Country........Hurray.......

Appreciate the help you provided here.

scratchy
April 12th, 2018, 06:50 PM
Good stuff Blue, hope you enjoy, be sure to check out the cab views in the caboose and tender :)

blueodessey
April 12th, 2018, 09:08 PM
Good stuff Blue, hope you enjoy, be sure to check out the cab views in the caboose and tender :)

Absolutely Sir,

:cool: I love your route, I have so much fun when I play with it, I feel like I out where my Gran Parents lived in the Country side, nothing like the City Scape here, where I'm trapped for the moment............It looks so natural with the way you designed things........Thanks for making it for us,

;) We are very blessed to have you and many other Creators that make it more fun than ever to play in the Trainz Sand Box if you know what I mean.

Heinrich505
April 13th, 2018, 10:18 PM
Scratchy,
This route is superb! Paired with the equally amazing Decapod, this is one heck of a hoot to play. It is absolutely stunning - one is transported back in history so convincingly. The yard where you start out looks wonderful.

The Decapod is a beast trying to drive at 5 mph by the first coal tipple. There is a great deal of finesse required.

Thanks so much for putting this together. I stumbled upon it by accident when I was snapping up the Decapod at K&L. Simply amazing. I love it. :D

Heinrich505

scratchy
April 14th, 2018, 02:19 AM
Fantastic! Thats really great to hear Heinrich505 :) Stay tuned for the next route up for release from me "Eagle River Railway" and there may be a couple of surprises in store there too!

nimec
April 15th, 2018, 05:14 PM
Downloaded and installed the Decapod, the two freeware K & L caboose and scratchys session but have one faulty asset. It is PRRLO 2003 <kuid:156765:100690>
which says it has one Unknown asset <kuid:156765:1599>
Anyone know what it is and where it is obtainable? additionally,what is the PRR LO 2003? Is it material to the session or to one of the freeware K & L caboose?
I just installed them all at the same time so didn't notice what t related to. Cheers

mikeaust
April 15th, 2018, 06:27 PM
Check the post in The JR section of the forum. There is a fix for the faulty asset there.
Cheers,
Mike

nimec
April 17th, 2018, 05:07 PM
Thanks Mike. That fixed it
Cheers