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    This looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilsmith749 View Post

    Where did you get the BN 3 Bay Covered Hopper?
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    I think that hopper was a personal re-skin experiment. It was done a while back, and to my recollection, I wasn't sure whether I was allowed to distribute the model on the dls.

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    Hey Neil what kind of hopper rail car would you recommend for moving limestone aggregate from the pit to the pier at Lyle and would you use open top hoppers or would it have to be the open hatch type?
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    Quote Originally Posted by constar261 View Post
    Hey Neil what kind of hopper rail car would you recommend for moving limestone aggregate from the pit to the pier at Lyle and would you use open top hoppers or would it have to be the open hatch type?
    I found some called something like "GON CHIT" or something like that, that were already configured for it. I'm at work right now, but will try to remember to get the names when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by constar261 View Post
    Hey Neil what kind of hopper rail car would you recommend for moving limestone aggregate from the pit to the pier at Lyle and would you use open top hoppers or would it have to be the open hatch type?
    They are Gondola G119 NSC 2430 cu ft & Gondola Thrall Rotary 2496 cu ft. They are freeware from RR Mods.

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    Any new sections joining the line this time, or is it an upgrade/retexture/overhaul of the existing route?
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    Hey Scottbe8 - if you look in the freeware section, there is a thread about this release. I just can't post the link right now. In a nutshell, extensive upgrades, over 50 new miles of mainline/branchline, and 5 new towns and 2 new commodities.

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    Cool i love this route!

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    Haha - you found The Loop!!!

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    If you like FEC stuff, JR has a new release of it.
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    Neil,

    The route looks GREAT! I have been running the UMR 2014 Summer route and look forward to running this one.

    I am having a bit of a problem with UMR 2015 Summer that I have not been able to figure out. When I first start driving the route, it runs fine. After the first save, it runs fine. After the second or subsequent saves, the audio and video are so choppy, it is un-playable, even through the framerates are the same as they were before. I have run the Quick Database Repair - no change, run the Extended Database Repair - no change, exit TS12 - no change, reboot - no change. If I run the session after the second save, it is choppy but if I go back to run the session after the first save, it is smooth. I did note that there is a lot more hard drive activity when running the session after the second save (choppy).

    This does not happen with UMR 2014 Summer route.

    Any ideas on what I might do do resolve this issue would be appreciated.

    Fred J. Bray

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    You've done everything I would have suggested. I haven't noticed this issue myself. The only things I could possibly suggest would be to make sure your drivers are up to date for the sound and video cards, or maybe the download got corrupted somehow, and you'd need to re-download the route. I can't imagine these suggestions would make a difference, but I can't really think of anything else. This is the first I've heard of any problems like this - maybe if anyone else has some suggestions, they'll offer them.

    Let us know if you make any progress.

    Best of luck,

    neil

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