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Thread: SLI's BNSF Scenic Subdivision v2.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarrant75 View Post
    Posted these ones a while back before the project was announced officially





    Are those BN-locomotives also included?

    And maybe a stupid question, but are nightcabs included? According to Streamline's website is MSTSbin required, but they say only that it is required for improved performance and physics handling.

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    No, the route is BNSF era, so the SLI BN pack (plus a few extra downloads) would be needed to recreate the above consist.

    No night cabs with the Scenic Sub, but yes, MSTS Bin is a MUST to use the route, as with the scenery improvements you'll likely need it to assist with the memory handling. Default MSTS handles memory allocation extremely poorly.
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    Thanks for your answer. I already thought that the route didn't include the good old BN-EMD's. Fortunately, we have unit 7810 which is still green. It's a bit disappointing that the new version doesn't have nightcabs (I expect them now, in 2011, and because MSTSbin is required) but of course, the possibility to use nightcabs is just one of the many advantages of MSTSbin.

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    BNSF Intermodal hauled by some brand new ES44C4s:



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    i have question? how long did it take to redo this. was it like week or months? cause it look simple to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick-MONON View Post
    Freight with mixed Road Power and a Heritage Engine (MONON of Course)
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    That Monon engine... it's beautiful! Matt Florack is just as good of a repainter as he is a sound designer.
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