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    Default North American V-Scale: Soo Line GP-7 Pack 1 available

    Set includes four Soo Line GP-7s as they would have appeared around 1980, numbers 375, 376, 377, and 378, with 3D cabs, crewed and non-crewed versions of each, alternate models without specular highlights, and 44KHz audio.



    Graciously hosted by Tiger Trains, the set is available here.

    Side note: I have placed the audio in the public domain, and am presently uploading it to the library as we speak. The files will be:

    NAVSCF10.zip (core locomotive sounds)

    NAVS567R.zip (EMD 16-567 - requires core locomotive sounds)
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    Last edited by Erick_Cantu; 08-06-2018 at 08:26 PM.

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    Erick, very fine, Thanks, Rock On!
    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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    OR only,no sale here !

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    Have made my purchase, cannot get the download of the main part though, have got the download for the paint kit ok, have put in a support request, i am sure Ian will sort it out fairly easily

    Intel i5 2400, Mobo ASUS P8H67, Win 7 Prof 64bit, 32GB Ram, Nvidia GTX960 4GB, SB Audigy, 3.25TB HDD's.

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    Hi Bernard,

    I could not get the main part downloaded using Firefox this morning. Tried later with Internet Explorer and it worked. Looking forward to run the models when I come home from work!

    Uli

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    I'm sure Ian will sort things out, but, in the meantime, check your email.

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    Thanks for releasing this. I think OR will truly benefit from content developed around the the sim's unique features. I look forwards to your next project.

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    LOL! Pretty novel way of promoting a product! Well done Erick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coonskin View Post
    LOL! Pretty novel way of promoting a product! Well done Erick!
    Tim Court did something similar for some UK stock packs. Nice fun idea (search EH2 on UKTS if you're interested)
    Last edited by lateagain; 08-07-2018 at 12:32 PM.
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    After a first trial run: Excellent! A huge step forward, and very well done! I also look forward to your next project.

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