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Thread: What a Brilliant Birthday Present - SEAVIEW-5

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    Default What a Brilliant Birthday Present - SEAVIEW-5

    This is no doubt the most entertaining MSTS route I know of and will give me much pleasure exploring on my birthday while it rains cats and dogs outside !

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH, BILL BURNETT !

    Take care, O t t o

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    Talking Frogs in trees?!

    Hee-hee, forgot, happy birthday, ya antique, what is it 157 years today?

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!



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    Hi Otto,

    Happy Birthday !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    If I had known it was your birthday, I would have gone ahead and sent you Sea View 6 or maybe even 7.

    I'm getting farther and farther behind Jim. What is he up to now? PO&N 38?

    Bill Burnett

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    Wink There ain't no such animal!

    Forgot to add, and many many many many many more, Otto!

    No, Bill, actually I'm back down to 7 since I'm mostly doing experimental throwaway stuff at the moment, just uploaded a new Railsim route called "Roller Skating Down Ladders" (RSDL, hee-hee!) that was inspired by SeaView. Haven't DLed the latest since I can't get into the file library at the moment (BAD tree froggy! ), but I'll get it when the fury dies down a bit. I know Mike will want it, I still hear "The Land Down Under" from his computer at least an hour a day, so I know he's still playing with the beta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper297 View Post
    but I'll get it when the fury dies down a bit.
    I'll have it up on my site tomorrow early afternoon.
    Hawk

    "We could certainly slow the aging process down if it had to work its way through Congress." -Will Rogers

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    Just want to add my 2 cents on the occasion of this wonderful event. Thank you Bill!!!

    Jeff.........

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    Wonderfull.

    The ideal route for my cute little trainset coaches.
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    I got a little rambunctious so I went a head and got SV 5 added to my site a little quicker than I thought.

    http://hawkdawg.com/MSTS/rts/routes.htm
    Hawk

    "We could certainly slow the aging process down if it had to work its way through Congress." -Will Rogers

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    Well, well - time to add something else to my afternoon downloads list

    How many new liveries of the Seaview Express are called for on the new route?

    SV Express looks like it could use a minor makeover too - some exterior-view interior, perhaps?

    -Kurt

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    I have the best of luck....Just when I get PO&N 10, 11 comes out. Now, when SeaView 4 just creeps onto my hard drive...5 IS RELEASED!?

    Ah, well, getting 5 as I type. Haven't figured out, though, how to pull a train of reasonable length on the route without the cars bouncing all over and bringing my locomotives to a screeching halt.
    Last edited by Jim Prower; 01-16-2008 at 10:38 AM.

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