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GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:59 am

Hi to all

Partnership for Travel by Train© & Trains and Drivers© and brings a new product.

EMD GP35 locomotive

"Pennsy pack"

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This pack contains three different livery types of the famous EMD GP35: Conrail, Erie Lackawanna and PennCentral. Each version also includes a "No Driver" locomotive. Two scenario are also included in this pack for just 9.95€ (incl.VAT)!

The pack its out now! http://www.trains-and-drivers.net/epages/63266424.sf/en_US/?ObjectPath=/Shops/63266424/Products/2017_TBT_LP01
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby OldProf » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:33 pm

I'd buy this in a heartbeat if one of its two scenarios didn't require the New York Division: Croxton Ordinary workshop route, which in turn depends heavily on DTG's New Jersey Shoreline DLC route, one of those all-passenger-all-of-the-time packages that lie beyond my tastes if not my budget. As the French have it, "Shaking as your goo!"
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:19 pm

OldProf wrote:I'd buy this in a heartbeat if one of its two scenarios didn't require the New York Division: Croxton Ordinary workshop route, which in turn depends heavily on DTG's New Jersey Shoreline DLC route, one of those all-passenger-all-of-the-time packages that lie beyond my tastes if not my budget. As the French have it, "Shaking as your goo!"

Only one scenario require the New York Division: Croxton Ordinary workshop route. The second its in Horseshoe Curve.
It also requires freight cars. But Michael Stephan has released us for free!
http://www.trains-and-drivers.net/epages/63266424.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/63266424/Products/201103301

We add more scenarios as soon as possible in Coal District.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby imphantum » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:38 pm

Downloading now, can't wait t drive these. !!*ok*!!
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby gtrtroger » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:39 pm

There ya go minerman.... ask and ye shall receive... 1 EL GP35...ready to roll. Put that sucka to work....
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby ZekTheKid » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:43 pm

I'm confused. Is TBT a re-branding of DTM? The model looks very well like a DTM.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:10 pm

ZekTheKid wrote:I'm confused. Is TBT a re-branding of DTM? The model looks very well like a DTM.


We are partners with DTM. You can view the product with both provider.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby imnew » Fri Jan 13, 2017 4:31 am

Nice pack!
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby minerman146 » Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:11 pm

I would like to address all concerned with this amazing turn of events. But first my deep and heart felt thanks to Martin. He took a chance here with a great effort. He took my word that I would do what I could on my end to make this happen and well, we both delivered. This is an amazing moment for the Bergen and 3 years of effort to attract all of you to join in this journey. Right now, today, we can recreate the Transition Era on the former Erie Lackawanna mainline. Something that yesterday was not possible and only a distant memory. Some may say that the content does not suit their proclivity for freight running. That it is one commitment too many, a burden to great. I say to them .. this is not merde! The content here makes possible the most amazing 15 mile run of slopey, tree lined, super elevated goodness you can find anywhere. Every square foot was looked at and I personally guarantee you this. You drive on the New York State Thruway north of Suffern you will recognize every single mile. And in conclusion, to those who wish not to partake ... I bid you a fond adieu. Because I spent 4000 hours of my life to recreate this place with the most exacting detail I personally could manage. And, therefore I can honestly state that the momentary value of my work based on my current salary in this endeavor would be in excess of $174,000. Work you do not pay for, but a benefit that enhances the value of some small purchase you may have made.

Suffice to say that the very first comment we get on this wonderful announcement quite frankly isn't worth merde. My work, my effort, Martins work and his effort stands so high and tall above such triviality that the absurdity of such a statement warrants ridicule. So no route for you!
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:05 am

minerman146 wrote:I would like to address all concerned with this amazing turn of events. But first my deep and heart felt thanks to Martin. He took a chance here with a great effort. He took my word that I would do what I could on my end to make this happen and well, we both delivered. This is an amazing moment for the Bergen and 3 years of effort to attract all of you to join in the this journey. Right now, today, we can recreate the Transition Era on the former Erie Lackawanna mainline. Something that yesterday was not possible and only a distant memory. Some may say that the content does not suit their proclivity for freight running. That it is one commitment too many, a burden to great. I say to them .. this is not merde! The content here makes possible the most amazing 15 mile run of slopey, tree lined, super elevated goodness you can find anywhere. Every square foot was looked at and I personally guarantee you this. You drive on the New York State Thruway north of Suffern you will recognize every single mile. And in conclusion, to those who wish not to partake ... I bid you a fond adieu. Because I spent 4000 hours of my life to recreate this place with the most exacting detail I personally could manage. And, therefore I can honestly state that the momentary value of my work based on my current salary in this endeavor would be in excess of $174,000. Work you do not pay for, but a benefit that enhances the value of some small purchase you may have made.

Suffice to say that the very first comment we get on this wonderful announcement quite frankly isn't worth merde. My work, my effort, Martins work and his effort stands so high and tall above such triviality that the absurdity of such a statement warrants ridicule. So no route for you!


I appreciate your words.
Every minute you spend behind the computer, you will never be rewarded properly. We only have the feeling of being contributing in some way to expanding the railway world even if it is in a simulator.
It gives me great enthusiasm to know that another person is driving a model that I designed.
The first time to see own product in Steam was a great feeling of joy, fascination and pleasure.
Beyond the economic boom, for the time dedicated, it feels great to help expand the horizons of the railway simulation.
When I find on the other side a person like you, who really values this product with great feeling, I have no more words of gratitude and admiration.
Nobody is obliged to buy or download anything. Only if you feel the need to do so.
Thanks Minerman146 for your perseverance and hours behind the computer. The route is the best I've played.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby JohnM1945 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 8:24 am

Gentlemen,

You do not need to defend either the loco/scenario pack or the route.

Just recall that, in RW/TS as elswhere, empty vessels make the most noise...

Kind regards, and a discreet round of applause...

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby thor1969 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:49 pm

Hi all

sadly having some issues with this pack, brake is stuck to 23% and won't let me release with keyboard, only using F4 HUD.
Handles in cab used with mouse also behave strange, if I grab the trainbrae handle the independent brake is controlled.
Also can not switch between the brake modifier levels, and wipers produce no sound.

Have also the DTM GP35 (out of DD35 pack), which seems to be the same model in general, and this one behaves as it should. Anyone having problems or is it working fine for you?
Checked if expert controls are active, cleared cache and did a reinstallation - no luck so far.

Thanks and regards

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby martin06 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 1:10 pm

thor1969 wrote:Hi all

sadly having some issues with this pack, brake is stuck to 23% and won't let me release with keyboard, only using F4 HUD.
Handles in cab used with mouse also behave strange, if I grab the trainbrae handle the independent brake is controlled.
Also can not switch between the brake modifier levels, and wipers produce no sound.

Have also the DTM GP35 (out of DD35 pack), which seems to be the same model in general, and this one behaves as it should. Anyone having problems or is it working fine for you?
Checked if expert controls are active, cleared cache and did a reinstallation - no luck so far.

Thanks and regards

Thorsten


Hi

I have working in check this error and fix. I make a other version without advanced brake script.
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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby thor1969 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 1:27 pm

Thanks for looking into this Martin, I checked also with Logmate, and some LUA error is thrown while starting the scenario on Horseshoe curve.
So it is an general problem or works for some and for some not?

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Re: GP35 Pennsy pack its out!

Unread postby JohnT » Sat Jan 14, 2017 6:53 pm

Hi,
just to endorse the comments above, the keyboard [;] works but not the ['] so brakes can be applied but cannot be released via the keyboard on my set-up. Plus there is something funny going on with mouse operations via click spots as well. Not had time to fully explore but suspect it to be in line with that reported above.
As an aside, out of interest, what and where is this route that is being referenced in the above post?

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