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    That looks terrific. Yes, I'd be interested. ...

    That looks terrific. Yes, I'd be interested. Can't have too many loads! You'd need permission from the original creators of the loads but I hope you can share here in the file library.

    My two...
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    Joe, I too would love a copy. I do have the...

    Joe, I too would love a copy. I do have the Piedmont route and presumably have what I need. I wonder if Marc would grant special permission for the needed shapes to be distributed with the route?...
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    Jerry, I can see the wisdom in such an approach....

    Jerry, I can see the wisdom in such an approach.
    Do you have any connection with the B&O Maryland Division? Especially the Metropolitan subdivision and the Georgetown branch? That's my old...
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    Contact info in a great many readme's is useless...

    Contact info in a great many readme's is useless as it hasn't stood the passage of time. Readmes and permissions should be written in a way that does not depend on that.
    Christopher
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    Some basics: - ace files have the .ace extension...

    Some basics:
    - ace files have the .ace extension
    One can open an .ace file using TGATool2 (and probably other methods). TGATool is available here in the file library.
    To create an .ace file it is...
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    Route Riter itself can create the registry...

    Route Riter itself can create the registry entries. It uses them for the default starting point folders.
    Christopher
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    That 1950's look makes me think of Anne of Green...

    That 1950's look makes me think of Anne of Green Gables. I guess it wasn't so far away.
    I really like seeing the evolution (or is it devolution) of railroad places.
    Christopher
  8. If they say MSTS isn't installed you may be able...

    If they say MSTS isn't installed you may be able to get by with creating a dummy blank text file that you name "train.exe"
    You may also need a registry entry. This can be created with Route Riter....
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    These look really good.

    These look really good.
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    Sticky: Jerry, I'm glad you were able to make it out to...

    Jerry, I'm glad you were able to make it out to the C&TS. I think you caught the lull in the virus while you could. It seems that thing are about to get serious now.
    Christopher
  11. Nice. The more scenery, the better! Christopher

    Nice. The more scenery, the better!
    Christopher
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    Sticky: Now that is exciting news to me! I have plenty...

    Now that is exciting news to me! I have plenty of miles on the red line. I even have some time actually running some of the equipment.
    Christopher
  13. POTUS = President of the United States FLOTUS =...

    POTUS = President of the United States
    FLOTUS = First lady of the United States - in other words' the President's wife ("Lady Bird" Johnson was Lyndon Johnson's wife ... in the sixties)

    D....
  14. I too am liking that cab. Where does it come...

    I too am liking that cab. Where does it come from?
    Christopher
  15. Hello Vladislav, On Amtrak long-distance...

    Hello Vladislav,

    On Amtrak long-distance overnight trains, there is both a dinning car an a lounge car with a snack bar. So if you need a late night snack, you go to the lounge car. At least...
  16. Hello again Vladislav! I hope this theme is...

    Hello again Vladislav! I hope this theme is fruitful for you.

    > 1) As far as I know, traditionally food is included in the price of ticket in sleeping cars

    The freight railroads generally did...
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    Indeed. The only thing that would make this not...

    Indeed. The only thing that would make this not essential software is if it got incorporated somehow into open rails itself!
    Christopher
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    I use that forum from to time. It's pretty quiet...

    I use that forum from to time. It's pretty quiet but not dead.

    Steve Davis has been absent for long periods (measured in multiples of weeks) - I believe he has work that keeps him busy and...
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    The unique B&O wagontop cabooses below were used...

    The unique B&O wagontop cabooses below were used on through freights and coal trains. Since some were right behind pusher engines and steam lasted until 1957, one is quite weathered.
    Nothing says...
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    I-5 wooden cabooses, also used for local and...

    I-5 wooden cabooses, also used for local and secondary service.
    All in post 1945 paint schemes save one with the plain capital dome logo which is painted circa 1937-1945 (but the scheme lingered on)...
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    Thanks, all. Glad they are useful. Johnny:...

    Thanks, all. Glad they are useful.

    Johnny: there are a fair number of 1960's-70's privately owned covered hoppers already in the file library, while the only thing like these was the original...
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    1960's/70's tank cars

    Some more info about the tank cars I've just put in the file library and a larger photo than the thumbnail you get looking at the file listing. Info below.
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  23. I will say that RF&P is on our list (eventually)...

    I will say that RF&P is on our list (eventually) ... And they had E units.

    So Rick has done new E units for the PRR, for Southern, for B&O (not yet released) and if we do RF&P we'll have covered...
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    Pete, it's really beautiful. Eric has put some...

    Pete, it's really beautiful.

    Eric has put some really good (and groundbreaking) thinking into his work. I'm glad to see it getting picked up on.

    Christopher
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    Time for some cabooses. This is class I-1, the...

    Time for some cabooses. This is class I-1, the first 8 wheeled wood cabooses, used in local service by the fifties and lasting into the seventies.
    Some lost the cupolas due to the ravages of time...
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