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Thread: Route - Mexico City - Veracruz "FCM railroad"

  1. #151
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    Do you know what exactly the signals are supposed to show? I can fudge it with a generic set, but genuine signal rules are always better. Also, can you get a picture of the signal types used in the route so I know what shapes I should use (or make), ideally with some sort of size reference point in case I have to build them

  2. #152
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    Do you know what exactly the signals are supposed to show? I can fudge it with a generic set, but genuine signal rules are always better. Also, can you get a picture of the signal types used in the route so I know what shapes I should use (or make), ideally with some sort of size reference point in case I have to build them
    Hello,

    Sure!!

    Could you please share your email address to provide the information needed...

    Mine is [email protected]

    Thanks and regards

    Rodrigo

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  3. #153
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    Working between mile 225 (Camaron) and 238 (Soledad) going south to Veracruz... With around 4 to 5 small towns...

    Here are two shots of Camaron (mile 225)...

    At Mexico City we started at an altitude of 7445 ft and at Camaron we are in 1300 ft over sea level...

    And we are at 18 miles to arrive to Veracruz "the end of the route"... But the last 7 to 10 miles are very complex (buildings, factories, bridges, vegetation, to much to place)...

    Regards

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    That's just crazy cool! Almost there, Rodrigo, almost there!
    Neil

    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

  5. #155
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    Hello friend! Thanks!!!

    Yes we are approaching to have completed this route that we started in Nov 5, 2018...

    Thanks again!!!

    Regards

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  6. #156
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    Some shots from today...

    Building....

    - Camaron - mile 225 (almost completed)
    - Mata de Agua - mile 233 (only streets and some poles placed)
    - Soledad - mile 238 (Bridge and town almost completed)

    Thanks and regards

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    Your work is amazing dude! Keep it up. I cant wait to run this route!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigoville View Post
    ....Yes we are approaching to have completed this route that we started in Nov 5, 2018...
    You mean to tell me you did all this IN 9 MONTHS!!! Good grief, man, No wonder your wife and kids say they've "lost you". What an incredible feat! This is absolutely amazing and ranks right up there with the very best of the best. I am in awe of the detail you have put into this route and the realism I see when looking at your screen shots. Once you get the SLI signal problems worked out, I really think you ought to consider selling this masterpiece. At the very least, you need to receive some reward for all this hard work. What a fantastic work of art!
    Larry Steiner
    Grand Rapids, Michigan


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    Woowww what a nice recognition about my work! I always appreciate the positive comments about that...

    Well I thought in some part of this process that after replacing all SLI objects that are being reduced to only signals and other minimum objects I could sell the route (but sometimes is nicer to receive recognition than money...

    Thanks and regards...

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    No recent progress on the route... I hope to return to the "Train-Sim-office" very soon...

    Regards

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