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    B&O West End Route

    I have seen several references to the "B&O West End" Route but have been unable to find it anywhere. Can anyone tell me if it is in the d/l library, payware or the name of the author?
    Thanks
    Don

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    Glenn Duba
    Cinnaminson, NJ

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      #3
      Search for "West End" 2 files
      Charles

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        #4
        Many thanks for the replies. I had been looking in the Routes downloads, never thought of the Incomplete Routes downloads. Live and learn.
        thanks
        Don

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          #5
          I got Nels to put in the "incomplete" route category a few years back. This occurred to me when a creator
          in Colorado was dying of cancer and sent his route to me, via CoonSkin, for completion. I have around
          10 routes under construction at the same time, so that if I get bored on one, or "hung up" I will go to
          another for a while. At 84, I know my time is limited, so I have a printed instruction for my local son-in-
          law instructing him on how & what to upload to that directory if my time ends. For each route, I am
          creating the specification sheet so he can also upload that. I would recommend that any of us do this
          otherwise very good routes might be lost at the demise of their authors, and many of us are not young.

          J. H. Sullivan
          aka landnrailroader
          retired from CSX & NS
          Docent: C&TS RR (maybe retired from that too)

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            #6
            Originally posted by landnrailroader View Post
            I got Nels to put in the "incomplete" route category a few years back. This occurred to me when a creator
            in Colorado was dying of cancer and sent his route to me, via CoonSkin, for completion. I have around
            10 routes under construction at the same time, so that if I get bored on one, or "hung up" I will go to
            another for a while. At 84, I know my time is limited, so I have a printed instruction for my local son-in-
            law instructing him on how & what to upload to that directory if my time ends. For each route, I am
            creating the specification sheet so he can also upload that. I would recommend that any of us do this
            otherwise very good routes might be lost at the demise of their authors, and many of us are not young.

            J. H. Sullivan
            aka landnrailroader
            retired from CSX & NS
            Docent: C&TS RR (maybe retired from that too)
            Jerry, ( regarding my bold above ) that is a farsighted and generous act you are proposing...thanks, much thanks. If more members of the hobby would adopt this position -- especially those that create freeware, shareware, and public domain -- the hobby would not lose so much fine content that is almost impossible to rebuild.

            Thanks for everything you've created for our ( and yours - I'm hoping ) enjoyment.

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ID:	2204553 to you, My Very Best Regards, Gerry
            Cheers, Gerry
            "A mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work if it is not open." Frank Zappa
            It's my railroad and I'll do what I want! Historically accurate attitude of US Railroad Barons.
            Forever, ridin' drag in railroad knowledge.
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