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Thread: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

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    Default Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Okay; I knew that there was one in the file library, and it is on Obo's page. However, I think it might have been deleted because I cannot find it anywhere. Does anybody have the file? Thanks.

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    >Okay; I knew that there was one in the file library, and it
    >is on Obo's page. However, I think it might have been deleted
    >because I cannot find it anywhere. Does anybody have the file?
    >Thanks.

    Anyone? The thing exists, yet I cannot find it.

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Since the file was released by Kurt Kaminer of KLW, I imagine it eventually got pulled from the library along with all of his other creations. The 2400-series pack is no longer available from the KLW website, either.

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    So it cannot be found anywhere?

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Not according to the author's wishes.

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Too bad; they were nice trainsets.

    Any reason why he pulled them out of the library?

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    >Any reason why he pulled them out of the library?

    What does it take to keep folks from opening up this can of worms once again?

    -Will

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Hey; don't blame the n00b here. After all, I am new.

    Seriously, if someone can send a PM to me about this, I'd be most greatful.

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    >Hey; don't blame the n00b here. After all, I am new.
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    >Seriously, if someone can send a PM to me about this, I'd be
    >most greatful.

    You may be the newbie, but that doesn't excempt you from blame. Case in point, why do you consider it your job to drag up old coals, such as the stories behind the 2400s, out of the fireplace?

    -Will

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    Default RE: Chicago Elevated 2400 Series Metro

    Will,

    I believe it does exempt him from blame. He is new & does not know the reasons. He asked a legitimate question & deserves a legitimate answer. He also said it could be in a PM. Sounds legit' to me. I don't understand why you would take this so personal.

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