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Thread: Missing KUIDs on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

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    Default ... nostalgia ...

    ... most colourful street of trainz ... as a cinematic comicbook ... "ts12 orig" in ts19 (no missings in 105096 !! ) ... not the specs of this time, but what a masterpiece it is ...
    thankz a lot DHR-team for 6 years of fun .. most respect

    grtz
    daveric


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    Thank you so much, Daveric. That small stretch was a great deal of fun to put together. In the original TS2004 version, it lagged a little going through it, but when riding in the cab or passenger car, it was a real treat. As Peter says, I'm working on an upgrade that will alter a few things (for the better I hope) yet retain the look and feel of the original route. For those who have TMR2017, I'll try and get a version for it as well.

    Bill
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    Holy Cow!!
    Yes, it looks "dated" in TRS19....BUT it appears to function perfectly!!
    Wow, you guys have really done an epic route.

    Keep up the Good......no Great work!!

    Dave

    BTW....Downloaded into TRS19 with NO problems and NO faults.....Hmmmm, a Miracle??
    This is NOT a Test, I hope!

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    Thanks, Dave. The sessions are what you might enjoy running at first to get a feel for the entire route. In real life, it takes about 8 hours to go from the flatlands to Darjeeling station. If you use the sessions in order, each one runs about 2 hours, taking you from one major station to another in small chunks. Start it up, hop into the cab or a passenger seat, and look around as you go.

    Bill
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    Just loaded the route into my TRS19 Plus install. Not a single missing asset! (as reference: 43194 assets in my install)
    Win10: ASUS B450M-A/CSM, GTX 1060-6 Windforce
    TRS19 SP1(plus), 106618(plus), 106618(+beta)


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    I've said this before but accidentally finding the DHR website and my interest in all things Narrow Gauge, was the reason I finally got Trainz after a few years of thinking about it!
    Malc


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    Was that the official Indian website, Malc, or our old DHR forum website? I still have our old site on disk here.

    Bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiBaller View Post
    Was that the official Indian website, Malc, or our old DHR forum website? I still have our old site on disk here.

    Bill
    The old DHR Forum website Bill.

    First Route I ever installed, and was the inspiration for My Ffestiniog / Welsh Highland route which took me around 8 years.
    Malc


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    It was a good, informative web site. I'm thinking of possibly rehosting it on my website after Peter and I complete our rehab of the DHR. All the protracks are installed and working with no red circles. Now, were working on toning down the overly-bright colors of the embankments of the roads and rails. I've been thinking of replacing some of the billboard flora with something a little more 3D. Can't do the people, though, as there are almost 150 of them.

    Bill
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