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    Default Alleghany Rails

    I just downloaded this route and as a note, it works great in Open Rails.

    The scenery is plentiful as are the tracks! I ran it with PRR Passenger Extra, from ET and averaged 30-44fps on my older computer! This is with countless Loose Consists and 12 AI trains!!

    I even added about 40 more vehicles to the spawner, now the roads are full as well!

    This is a very well done route, Michael Stephan.

    Now I am going to hunt down some more activities.

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    So true, one of my favorites as well.

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    The Allegheny Rails has always been one of my favorite routes since I first downloaded it in 2012. I wish I had the knowledge to finish the unfinished sections of the route, including the narrow-gauge logging railroad which often goes overlooked.

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    WTF!!!!! There are unfinished sections??? There is a NG Logging RR????

    This was an extensive trip over the line, how much more IS there????? This is a better route than I first thought if all this is in there somewhere. I downloaded it because I was a bit bored..................

    How many Activities are there for this route? Does anyone know?

    Really this is a great route and very well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don6218 View Post
    WTF!!!!! There are unfinished sections??? There is a NG Logging RR????

    This was an extensive trip over the line, how much more IS there????? This is a better route than I first thought if all this is in there somewhere. I downloaded it because I was a bit bored..................

    How many Activities are there for this route? Does anyone know?

    Really this is a great route and very well done.
    No, I didn't stutter! There is a narrow-gauge logging line in the Allegheny Rails route! It got a double take out of me when I first saw it. There are no trees and bridges, the latter meaning there are floating sections of track, but it's still a nice drive.


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    Wow!!!

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    Anybody have any thoughts on this missing shape - ocmid2islandviaduct.s
    Everything installed ok including V2 upgrade. Was able to fix everything except this missing shape.
    It shows twice in .W files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mipman25 View Post
    The Allegheny Rails has always been one of my favorite routes since I first downloaded it in 2012. I wish I had the knowledge to finish the unfinished sections of the route, including the narrow-gauge logging railroad which often goes overlooked.
    This would be an epic route if it was all finished out. Also, since it's supposed to include PRR and B&O, some position lights would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyRam View Post
    Anybody have any thoughts on this missing shape - ocmid2islandviaduct.s
    Everything installed ok including V2 upgrade. Was able to fix everything except this missing shape.
    It shows twice in .W files.
    It can be found in the PRR East Route, PRR East Template Route, GM&OSS, and Allegheny

    A Narrow Gauge line!! That was a surprise, Dustin, now I gotta go find it. Never knew it was there, thanks.


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    Cheers, R. Steele [Gerry] It's my railroad and I'll do what I want! Historically accurate attitude of US Railroad Barons.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Steele View Post
    It can be found in the PRR East Route, PRR East Template Route, GM&OSS, and Allegheny

    A Narrow Gauge line!! That was a surprise, Dustin, now I gotta go find it. Never knew it was there, thanks.


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    Very nice, Thanks very much

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