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    Smile West of Denver TRS22

    Yup sucked into Trainz again, bored with everything else.





    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    yup sucked into trainz again, bored with everything else. mike.
    Well, Mike.....what can I say?!
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    Not a lot Bruce, oh the shame of it buddy.

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    Looks okay, but not £55 okay IMHO anyway.
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    TRS22 Plus member beta tester Vern.

    So it was a free install for me.

    No idea why the Liskeard - Looe branch is being sold or included in TRS22.

    When the complete Cornish Railways freeware route is on the DLS by the same author.

    Which includes the branch and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    TRS22 Plus member beta tester Vern.

    So it was a free install for me.

    No idea why the Liskeard - Looe branch is being sold or included in TRS22.

    When the complete Cornish Railways freeware route is on the DLS by the same author.

    Which includes the branch and others.

    Mike.
    N3V snake oil!
    I will probably wait until '22 is on Steam and in a sale...
    Vern.

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    Hahahahahahaha, yes it is Vern, but i hate Steam with a vengeance. I changed the environment setting while i was driving. From Jan to July, the snow textures are just as bad as TS2022 and TSW2. Do not see the point of running a route covered in unconvincing white out. When the author has taken care to create a lovely landscape. (click for full size)





















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    Yes much better without the snow.
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    Trouble is Vern, as nice as some of the routes are.

    Still have to drive them, mostly in low res loco's with incorrect cabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Trouble is Vern, as nice as some of the routes are.

    Still have to drive them, mostly in low res loco's with incorrect cabs.

    Mike.
    That is the problem. I know you're not keen on TSW but at least the locos have decent cabs and (mostly) good sounds.
    Vern.

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