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    i want to reinstall train simulator once loaded i trying to download the nyc routes get error wont allow me to do this
    the consist work with no problems only the routes are a problem help

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    You might get some help if you tell people what route(s) you are talking about. How you know the consists work but you cant get the routes to work? What simulator this is would help too.

    They laid off all the mind readers because of the pandemic.

    Paul :-)

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    the following routes im trying to install into train simulation original version
    F1 1904.zip and all nyc routes the consists that work are IND consists BMT consists IRT consists
    hopefully this cleared this up

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    I think I know what this is.New York City Transit system in the early part of the 20th century. If I remember correctly,it was an early MSTS Route. Not 100 percent sure though. Brian

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    F1 1904.zip isn't in the library here Daniel, do you remember where you downloaded it from?

    Paul :-)

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    I'm going to assume he's talking about the F1 IND. I could be wrong but hopefully it will lead you into the right direction.
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    Would be nice to get the actual file name from the original poster. Is he asking about the route itself or one of the forty activities? None of which are named "F1 IND".

    Paul :-)

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    But F11904.zip is in he library.
    Cheers
    Derek

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    Search by name "Fred Barbieri" and a couple of pages come up with NY subway routes and equipment, plus some activities.
    Cheers, Gerry
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    You can also search on the names "Jeff Link" and "Frederick Dreaney" for our many generations of NYC transit equipment. However, be aware it's very first generation, early 2000s MSTS. For a while we worked with Fred Barbieri as he was route building.

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