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Thread: Pennsylvania & Berwind Content Pack

  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by bnsfc View Post
    I haven't played the route much, but I keep running into a problem ive seen a little bit on the tidewater route, phantom railcars!


    On the map there is 3 cars between the center beams and tankers, but in game there is just void. when I tried to pull the consist, it wouldn't budge. There is an AI train a little down the track with 4 jeeps but 0 cars, yet on the map its a massive consist, and it cant move either. The game claims there are no missing dependency's, and nothing seems to be open for edit, but I don't know what car isn't showing up and I've yet to find one that's open for edit (if that's even the cause). Thoughts?
    I do not know if this can help, but if you delete all trains from that region and use the "find object" tool, you can find the wagons of the remaining train that has the "ghost" effect, because physically the wagons are on the train ... it's a attempt...

    João Sergio

  2. #77
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    I have a question on the Mill Creek session. I'm not too clear on the exact sequence of picking up and dropping off once you reach the coal mine. Should yuou pull the loaded cars then drop the empties? If so do you pull the front two cuts first. Also, how should you distribute the empties?
    "My wife says that if I buy one more train, she is going to leave me. I'm going to miss her."

  3. #78
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    Very nice route. I love the frogs near the water and the bobbing boat. Many thanks, Joe!




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  4. #79

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    @boc61

    The Mill Creek session was the first one I made so it might not be my best attempt, but IIRC the order in which to complete the session is to pull all the loads in any order then place all of the empties in any order under the tipples. There's no exact number of empties that have to be spotted at each tipple but I think there should be exactly enough to fit. You might end up a with a few additional empties (it's been a while so I can't remember for sure) which you can spot on one of the stub ended sidings for the next crew.

    In the next update I'll probably create a new session that's built similar to the Vonny session. I really don't like all the "hand holding" you end up with when using multiple navigation points for switching operations which is why I like how the Vonny session runs. Session building isn't really a strength of mine but I'm getting better.

    Glad you guys are still enjoying the route!

    Joe


  5. #80
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    OK, thank you. It is a great route.
    "My wife says that if I buy one more train, she is going to leave me. I'm going to miss her."

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