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    The less glamorous side of route building... getting the structures built. A couple of trackside buildings from Pendleton.



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    Excellent job, Chris! Love that Pendleton Flooring building!
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    >The less glamorous side of route building.

    Chris,

    I have to say that the new buildings are far better than I expected.
    With a new graphics engine being discussed, the future looks bright for OR.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Once again you raise the bar Chris!!!!
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    This is why there are so few urban routes and so many rural/desert routes. Details like this are critical.

    It's a largely unseen part of route creation too many wannabe creators don't realize until they have all the track done and nothing to see except for track. For years, it was OK to continue re-using the default objects, but those are such poor quality that you're stuck creating your own if you want to make it semi-realistic...

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    This will be one route that I'll be ready for. Long Overdue to run another UPRR Route.

    Awesome work in progress!
    Don Newman, Jr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eolesen View Post
    This is why there are so few urban routes and so many rural/desert routes. Details like this are critical.

    It's a largely unseen part of route creation too many wannabe creators don't realize until they have all the track done and nothing to see except for track. For years, it was OK to continue re-using the default objects, but those are such poor quality that you're stuck creating your own if you want to make it semi-realistic...
    This is why I chose routes with mostly trees, though Portland, ME is going to be a real pita.
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    Any news or updates about the works on the route Chris ?

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    ...and what happened to the images? All removed?
    Cheers, Gerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Steele View Post
    ...and what happened to the images? All removed?
    Good question. I thought there was something wrong with my laptop.
    Larry Steiner
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