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Thread: My 2021 Wish List

  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by eolesen View Post
    The BLW CNW cars are an ideal base model for anything Pullman...

    Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
    That's what I was thinking of using to repaint.
    Redefined for better content craftsmanship.

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    My wish list:
    High quality U-boats, including the regulars like U30C's, and also the oddballs like U50's and U50C's
    High quality EMD DD35 and DD35A's
    High quality SD90MAC-H II's (notch nose)
    Completely accurate Tier 4 GE's and EMD's
    Completely accurate SD70ACU's
    GE P30CH

    Routes I'd love to see (excluding those I am actively working on):
    Anything BC Rail (sad to see how the BCR route project from years ago vanished)
    Alaska Railroad
    UP Caliente Sub
    CN Yellowhead Pass
    CP/CN Thompson & Fraser Canyons
    BNSF Seattle or Bellingham Sub
    Wind River Canyon (Wyoming)
    Any nice logging route!
    ...Pretty much any high quality western mountain routes
    ~Sean Kelly~

    MRL Mullan Pass for ORTS
    https://www.trainsimulations.net/mullanpass

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    I would love to see some FM Trainmasters (H16s, H24s) that were up to date as far as textures and lighting, etc. There are some in the file library, but they were done in the early days of MSTS.

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    My wish is for Activities that can be run fully in OR Autopilot, sometimes "I like to watch".

    Most standard passenger acts will run on Auto in OR and switching sometimes works but
    mostly not.

    Cheers

    Daniel

    Perhaps I'm in the wrong forum.

  5. #45
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    Add the Uboats to my list, high (SOU) and low hood (everybody else)
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
    Southern Serves the South

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    It's not only the graphics. I am still in search of the ultimate U-boat sound.

    Fred

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    Ron Furto put out a couple sound sets for the U23B and U33B back in 2011.
    To my befuddled mind they sound really good. Still.
    From the readme, These sounds are correct for U23B,U23C,U28B,U28C,U30B,U30C,U33B,U33C,U36B,and U36C models.

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    My wish? A version of the Minnesota Arrowhead's taconite/iron-ore routes (CN Missabe Sub and BNSF Casco-Lakes Subs).

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    I would love to see these in development, not counting my own projects:

    SP SD40M-2 based on the SDP45
    SP GP40P-2 (at least the 1990s ditch light version)
    SP articulated wells or stack cars (as detailed as the recent TrainSimulations models)
    Amtrak/ATSF/BNSF SDP40F/SDF40-2
    UP Yellowstone Branch route
    UP Montana Subdivision route

  10. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdayt View Post
    Ron Furto put out a couple sound sets for the U23B and U33B back in 2011.
    To my befuddled mind they sound really good. Still.
    From the readme, These sounds are correct for U23B,U23C,U28B,U28C,U30B,U30C,U33B,U33C,U36B,and U36C models.
    Back when CONRAIL was king I can remember at the Worcester yard there always was a U-boat (probably a U23B) parked in the rip track opposite the old AMTRAK station. The deep bass rumble of the idle would travel right through you. You could feel it as well as hear it. I don't think any recording would do it justice.

    Fred

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