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    So I am looking for CROR signals for my Toronto based route, I already found some(Carreweb’s) but they are quite dated and old, the only other one I know of are grahamsea’s, but those are no longer available, so are there any other ones I could find or do I just have to look for something else.

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    Best ones to use would be Jointed Rail's NS Safetran Signals.....They display the CROR aspects as well as they match the "Darth Vader" signals CN uses in Eastern Ontario
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    Like these ones?
    <kuid2:45324:24001:3> Safetran NS Signal 03

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    Yep, mix those with the Searchlight signals an you'll have CN/CP style signals on your route
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    Thanks for the suggestion but there is one problem, there are no 3 headed or gantry signals that I could find., and are you talking about the JR searchlights?(the ones that come built in to TRS2019), because while I like to use them the staggered signals are facing the wrong way(on Right Hand it is right/center instead of left/center and vice versa) but I could overlook that.

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    Yeah I haven't found a Canadian signal yet. Best to use what you can
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    CN signals in the base of TRS19 not sure if on DLS. They were a couple of dwarfs.

    I'm also doing Niagara right now so I'm looking at CROR only. Keep in mind CP is not CROR but uses UCOR which is similar but has a few differences.

    Thanks

    Sean

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    CN and CP use CROR indications in Canada. UCOR is American. JR signals dont mimic CROR progression but rather NS or CSX indications. The best CROR signals ive ever encountered in Trainz were made by Pber007. The authors website is http://www.carreweb.fr/ but it is down. You can use way back machine and download the links i still believe.



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    p-dehnert actually put up a temporary link to Grahamseas CROR signals, they actually are like pber007's signals, but this link will be removed on the weekend so download quickly.
    https://www.file-upload.net/download...gnals.zip.html

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    I've downloaded. Thing is would they ever be available for anyone else if a route was released?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seane2c View Post
    I've downloaded. Thing is would they ever be available for anyone else if a route was released?

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    That depends on the license. Certainly I don't think they can be uploaded to the DLS unless by the content creator and he hasn't been around for a day or two.

    Cheerio John

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    Here is the license from one of the signals
    license "Product is provided As-Is. No Warranty is expressed or implied.
    Freeware. No fee may be charged for the use of this product."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rs2007 View Post
    Here is the license from one of the signals
    license "Product is provided As-Is. No Warranty is expressed or implied.
    Freeware. No fee may be charged for the use of this product."

    Which doesn't actually specify if it may be hosted or not. In the absence of specific permission to let it be hosted I tend to err on the side of caution.

    Cheerio John

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    Hell I downloaded it and can throw it on drive. But I need permission to do so. As long as it doesn't take up much I'll gladly host it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seane2c View Post
    Hell I downloaded it and can throw it on drive. But I need permission to do so. As long as it doesn't take up much I'll gladly host it.

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    and that's the problem.

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