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    Problems with RMD West

    Hi all, let me first apologize for my poor English,

    but I'm compelled to disturb because of a problem: I'm building an activity on RMD West division the "player" of which is an electric train (milw e 47+ passeger) and it must run along the line with power wires (the left one) from Deer Lodge to Avery. In the timetable (pf10) the distances between the stops do not appear, while everything works in the parallel line which has no power supply wires.

    What a pity !...
    Where did I go wrong?
    Thanks in advance for your help!

    #2
    which route are you referring too patric? Jdark34

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      #3
      I'm referring to RMD West (Milwaukee from Deer Lodge to Avery....,.)

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        #4
        I solved the problem with the force of desperation: I deleted the entire activity from the route folder (Act, Path, Aervices) and started from scratch, now everything works! I would like to thank you for the help received.
        If anyone is interested in the Italian lines (a very mountainous country) I will be happy to contribute with all my (limited) knowled​ge
        Thanks again !!!

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          #5
          Glad you got it working. The RMD is a favorite for many.

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            #6
            Good to read that one of my early attempts is still a favorite - it is one of mine too. Originally, I did the 1st, 2nd, and 4th subdivisions of the Rocky Mtn. Division separately and Lukas Lussar in Switzerland combined 1 &2 to make the RMD-EAST. Then he asked me to do just the track for the 3rd sub. which I hadn't done - it is all pretty flat alongside the Clark Fork River. So I did it and then he combined 3 & 4 to make the RMD-WEST and he is A LOT better at detailing than me. One of these days I am going to get one of those programs that creates video from what is on the screen and then I'll do a virtual ride over the BitterRoot Mountains (i.e. St. Paul Pass) and show it at a meeting of the local NRHS chapter.

            Jerry Sullivan

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