Kali wrote:I'm not terribly familiar with it, is there anything to do other than drive up a hill, round in a couple of circles and down again?
BNSF650 wrote:Is jointedrail going to do it.. lol
Hack wrote:Like this one?
http://www.railworksamerica.com/forum/v ... =24&t=6031
amtrack505 wrote:Yes like that one, but im going to go the extra mile and here's how
-accurate mileposts with 1/4 and 1/2 mile indicators
amtrack505 wrote:-accurate roadnames/numbers for engines in the Bakersfield yard
amtrack505 wrote:-Extra 20 miles northwest of bakersfield on BNSF's and UP's tracks
-Extra 5 miles of track northwest of Bakersfield for the San Joaquin Valley Railroad (SJVR) for swithching
amtrack505 wrote:-Accurate defect detectors witch read out correct mileposts and track numbers
amtrack505 wrote:-Custom objects
amtrack505 wrote:-Correct signal placement and indication
amtrack505 wrote:And im going to keep you guys up to date with this
After I get the track laid im going to make a Mojave Sub forum!
Hack wrote:Accurate to what day, and at what time? What was the weather like? How many cars fit on a piece of track? How 'bout them Dodgers? What's for dinner?
Hack wrote:Not necessary, as it's not part of the Mojave Sub. Rule #1 when building a route is to stay focused.
Hack wrote:All you need is someone to record the sounds for you, or you can do it yourself. Doesn't need to be fancy.
Hack wrote:DEM the route and lay the track first, then see where you're at for motivation and time.
Hack wrote:Good luck with that. However, I would suggest starting on a smaller scale - perhaps just the San Joaquin, Arvin branch, or maybe a small part of the Lone Pine out of Mojave. Without the experience under your belt, and please don't take this the wrong way (I admire your enthusiasm), I believe that you might be biting off just a tad much for a first-timer.
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