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  1. Union Pacific Steam

    Quote Originally Posted by chris2001trainz2010 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RailSimulator View Post
    Im in search of these three gems of the railroading world they are: UP FEF 844 Northern, UP 3985 Challenger and UP 4014 Bigboy.
    The FEF and Late Challenger were, at one time, available through ANL at RRMods, and at through rudolf3910's at TrainzItalia. Unfortunately, both downloads have yet to return (if me memory serves me correct).

    Also, didn't someone make a reskin of the default Big Boy as #4014 and post it here? I can't remember who it was, though...
  2. Bouncy track woes (and a fight with this blog)

    Decided to work on track today, smoothing things out starting at the East end of the route. One thing I hate is watching a train jump into the air like a virgin being goosed for the first time. The first part of the track is a long 2000 foot section, it had several splines in it which were not needed so they were an easy delete, well sort of. A couple of them snuck onto the PORTAL layer from the VECTOR layer which holds all the track, so it took a couple of ? clicks to move the spline to the ...

    Updated August 26th, 2016 at 09:56 PM by Chris750

    Building the Medicine Hat route
  3. The death of the Polar Bear leads to the prairies

    Well with so much wrong with my Moosonee route I have decided to concentrate on building and finishing my Medicine Hat Alberta route. This route runs about 50-60 miles with much small industry switching, a large yard (comparatively) in MH and a smaller yard at Deerlake. Industry served includes: beef, clay, pottery, flour, grain, fertilizer, scrap metal, GoodYear tires and liquid gas. Being on the prairie the terrain is rolling with several rivers to cross, the largest being the Saskatchewan. ...

    Updated August 26th, 2016 at 09:56 PM by Chris750

    Building the Medicine Hat route
  4. Mayville: Almost Done

    Mayville is looking good. Parking lots and foliage around the South Mayville industrial park are still needed. The stream had to be re-routed due to all the construction, which has eaten in to what must once have been a wye and other trackage's roadbed. One LP crossing was eliminated at the back gate to Mayville Products and simulated with boards, since it appears disused. The road culvert splines have come out, replaced by pipe per prototype.

    The Seneca Foods mods mentioned in the ...
  5. TS12 and Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeaust View Post
    More Ram is the way to go. When I ran TS12 in Win7 it was just like yours.
    I increased the ram to 8Gig and it ran really well. The main thing not to do is click the game when it appears frozen ,that will definitely crash it completely. The build number is on the opening splash screen , down the bottom on the right side.
    The highest version for Pre SP1 is 49922.
    On 8Gig it still freezes up , help desk no help they are aware of issues on compatibility ...