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    Default Columbia River Route


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    Outstanding as always !
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    Just D/L from the file library, all 8 parts, unzipped and installed, tried to run it but open rails says sound folder is missing, any help please and thanks kindly.

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    Run installme.bat
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    Hi Folks,

    Beautiful shots - who's making those perfect autumn foliage vegetation textures (not over-saturated) ? Spot on...

    Regards,
    Scott

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    So these screenshots were taken on the route as downloaded? Or are they representing a modifcation of the route?

    Could you clarify please?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail Hobo View Post
    So these screenshots were taken on the route as downloaded? Or are they representing a modifcation of the route?

    Could you clarify please?

    Thank you
    Given just how old this route is. I'ed say that what we'er seeing here might be a conversion.

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    This route was done by Cal Rasmussen awhile ago. It covers both UP and BNSF sides of the Columbia River i think about 35 miles. Ive moded it several times with TSRE and have had to start over. Mostly the UP side but some on the BNSF side. I’m trying to run it from Portland/Vancouver- (UP) LaGrande and (BNSF) south Of Kennewick. Will see each time it’s a little different but fun with TSRE.

    Scott that vegetation is from the TS CN Ruel route but usually its just random pieces put together.

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    Very good initiative
    Chimbica Dash8

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