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LGBMATT
December 12th, 2009, 02:17 PM
Dear community,

Can someone please tell me where I can find fruit trees? My search on the forum and the DLS has come up with zero results. Anything from TRS2004 and down will work. Thank you in advance.

Matt

JCitron
December 12th, 2009, 02:26 PM
Hi Matt,

I'm not sure if you want to go off the DLS, but the user named Trunda has made some really nice trees that work in TRS2004.

Check out this here: http://www.virtuallandscaping.net

I've used his pear and apple trees on my route as well as many of his other trees.

Hope this helps,

John

meyshollop
December 12th, 2009, 02:33 PM
One problem jcitron: The link doesn't work :(

Merry christmas

Meyshollop

aardvark1
December 12th, 2009, 02:54 PM
One problem jcitron: The link doesn't work :(

Merry christmas

Meyshollop

The link does work.... just verified.

Have fun,:)

DonZer63
December 12th, 2009, 03:18 PM
Moin,

My Browser display the link as a free Domain that i can keep if i want.

meyshollop, you can found many of content from trunda on http://www.trainzdepot.net, search in area: Download>Kategorien>Scenery>Nature. The "Baum-Set 2" contains the fruit trees.

Dinorius_Redundicus
December 12th, 2009, 03:20 PM
These are all for TRS2004 or lower builds, and all on the DLS;



Name _________ KUID No.
Apple 3_10m _________ 33404:22447
Apple 3_15m _________ 33404:22448
Apple 3_20m _________ 33404:22449
Apple tree swing _________ 33404:5000009:2
Apple_1_6m _________ 33404:5000008:2
Banana 1 LOD _________ 33404:504035:2
Banana 2 LOD _________ 33404:504034:2
Banana young LOD _________ 33404:504033:2
Banana_1_10m _________ 33404:5012420:2
Banana_1_12m _________ 33404:5012421:2
Banana_1_15m _________ 33404:5012422:2
Banana_1_6m _________ 33404:5012418:2
Banana_1_8m _________ 33404:5012419:2
Banana_2_10m _________ 33404:5012425:2
Banana_2_12m _________ 33404:5012426:2
Banana_2_6m _________ 33404:5012423:2
Banana_2_8m _________ 33404:5012424:2
Banana_3_10m _________ 33404:5012400:2
Banana_3_12m _________ 33404:5012401:2
Banana_3_6m _________ 33404:5012427:2
Banana_3_8m _________ 33404:5012399:2
Banana_4_10m _________ 33404:5012403:2
Banana_4_12m _________ 33404:5012402:2
Banana_4_6m _________ 33404:5012405:2
Banana_4_8m _________ 33404:5012404:2
Banana_5_10m _________ 33404:5012408:2
Banana_5_12m _________ 33404:5012409:2
Banana_5_6m _________ 33404:5012406:2
Banana_5_8m _________ 33404:5012407:2
Banana_6_10m _________ 33404:5012411:2
Banana_6_12m _________ 33404:5012410:2
Banana_6_6m _________ 33404:5012413:2
Banana_6_8m _________ 33404:5012412:2
Banana_7_2m _________ 33404:5012417:2
Banana_7_3m _________ 33404:5012416:2
Banana_7_4m _________ 33404:5012415:2
Banana_7_5m _________ 33404:5012414:2
Caqui orchard _________ 234284:22012:1
Fig LOD _________ 33404:503991:2
Fig Moreton_Bay 2_12m _________ 33404:502886:2
Fig Moreton_Bay 2_8m _________ 33404:502885:2
Fig Moreton_Bay_20m _________ 33404:502887:2
Fig wint LOD _________ 33404:503931:2
Mango 1 LOD _________ 33404:504325:3
Mango 2 LOD _________ 33404:504326:3
Mango 3 LOD _________ 33404:504327:3
Mango 4 LOD _________ 33404:504328:3
Mango young LOD _________ 33404:504329:3
Orange grove _________ 234284:22017:1
Orange in bloom _________ 234284:22013:1
Orange orchard 1 _________ 234284:22010:1
Orange orchard 2 _________ 234284:22011:1
Orange orchard _________ 234284:22014:1
Orange_2_6m _________ 33404:22411:3
Orange_2_grove _________ 33404:22412:3
Orange _________ 234284:22003:1
Peach 2s _________ 97212:360:1
Peach 2s _________ 97212:362:1
Peach 3s _________ 97212:361:1
Pear common 16m _________ 133671:20115
Pear Wild 01 10m _________ 133671:20160
Pear Wild 01 15m _________ 133671:20161
Pear wild 02 20m _________ 133671:20123

rweber95
December 12th, 2009, 04:20 PM
And, if you'd like to put in an orchard in your route, start CMP and set the Search Action Panel to Name - orchard. You'll see their are several fruit orchard splines, mainly by dmdrake, that let you quickly place a lot of fruit trees.

Bob

LGBMATT
December 12th, 2009, 04:33 PM
Thank you everyone for your responses. There is a large farm on a route I'm building. This farm also has alot of open space so I decided to fill it with an orchard.

Matt

JCitron
December 12th, 2009, 04:35 PM
Moin,

My Browser display the link as a free Domain that i can keep if i want.

meyshollop, you can found many of content from trunda on http://www.trainzdepot.net, search in area: Download>Kategorien>Scenery>Nature. The "Baum-Set 2" contains the fruit trees.

Thank you for the update, Don. The last time I got the trees was from the original link. It's sad how quickly links change like that. You think you've got a good source for something, check a few months later, and POOF! Gone for good.

I'll update my favorites again to reflect the change.

John

SuperFudd
December 12th, 2009, 06:50 PM
I think/thought there are some built into TRS2004.
You could use non fruity looking trees and pretend the are out of season or pecan or walnut or the like.

dnutter
December 12th, 2009, 06:56 PM
Or,

May you can type "dmdrake" on title on Download Station so hoping help! There has alot fruits trees


- David:wave:

dmdrake
December 12th, 2009, 08:22 PM
Hello Matt. If you visit my site at:http://www.ttbwrr.com

and go to this page:http://www.ttbwrr.com/TTBWRR-CROPS.htm

You will see all my crop splines, including the orchard splines like these, which are all available on the DLS.:D

http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Almond_Orchard-V.jpg http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Apple_Orchards-V.jpg


http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Pear_Orchard_Summer-V.jpg http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Peach_Orchard-V.jpg

http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Picking_ladder-V.jpg http://www.ttbwrr.com/TRAINZ/Vegetables/Cherry_Orchard-V.jpg

Dave

meyshollop
December 13th, 2009, 03:12 AM
Wow DMDrake, you've een busy, these will help me aswell :)

Merry christmas

Meyshollop

LGBMATT
December 13th, 2009, 06:57 PM
Thanks once more everyone. Dave, those are very nice. As soon as I get back to my trainz computer I will download and use them.

Matt