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    CN Blackfoot is now winterized! Thanks Neil for your hard work in contributing to the route! More personal modifications to the terrtex to allow the mosaic roads to look like icey range roads is under development too.
    bl2 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
    bl1 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
    Rory

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    Wonderful!
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    Agree! Good work Neil!
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
    Southern Serves the South

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    Wonderful winter will wonders never cease.
    Cheers, Gerry
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    Rory
    Is the winterized upgrade available anywhere,couldn't find it.

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    I'll second that. Is the winter upgrade going to be available?
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
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    Neil gave me the upgrade some time ago. It's not available here I'm afraid.
    Rory

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    The winter upgrade would have been really nice for this very beautiful route (one of my favorite) without forgetting that winter is an integral part of Canadian life. Maybe one day we will have a winter upgrade. Who knows ?

    *** However, we must also understand (do not forget) and take into consideration that building a route (including important scenery updates) requires a lot of time and a lot of work.

    Thank you to the routes builders who let us benefit from their work !
    Matthew
    Saguenay, QC, Canada
    Milepost 201.4 - CN Lake St. John Sub.

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