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ideaman
Hi all. Does anyone know where this car came from. I have never seen it mentioned anywhere before. Thanks for any help.Greg
ideaman
QUOTE(ideaman @ Feb 18 2020, 08:11 AM) *
Hi all. Does anyone know where this car came from. I have never seen it mentioned anywhere before. Thanks for any help.Greg


Greg here. Maybe this will help. This car is from the PRR2 template and is on the last car in all traffic files, so anyone
that is running the template would need it. I tried to replace it with a caboose in route riter but kept rejecting it.
dgionet
Hi Greg,

Will check it out and get back to you with a reply.

Thanks

Denis
dgionet
Hi Greg,

Have checked it and found nothing missing, in both ConBuilder and Route Riter ( for PRR2 part 1)

It is the BO caboose included with the BLW's PRR4 set (the complete set, not the cars only set).

Can you provide additional information about the issue?

Thanks

Denis
ideaman
QUOTE(dgionet @ Feb 19 2020, 03:14 PM) *
Hi Greg,

Have checked it and found nothing missing, in both ConBuilder and Route Riter ( for PRR2 part 1)

It is the BO caboose included with the BLW's PRR4 set (the complete set, not the cars only set).

Can you provide additional information about the issue?

Thanks

Denis

Thank you for your assistance. I know you are a busy man.
I could not find PRR4 pack but maybe it is in one of these packs.

PRR 1950 pack 1
PRR pack 3
PRR freight pack
PRR Passenger Pack
Greg.

dgionet
Hi Greg,

The B&O caboose is part of the PRR 1950 pack

Denis

ideaman
QUOTE(dgionet @ Feb 19 2020, 04:57 PM) *
Hi Greg,

The B&O caboose is part of the PRR 1950 pack

Denis

Thanks Denis. That's the one pack I do not have. Its going to cost me about 50.00 dollars with the exchange. But I may need
it for part 2 template. Thanks much for your help. Greg.
dgionet
Hi Greg,

Both templates ( part 1 and part 2 ) use the same downloads. The difference is that some of the stock ( mainly locomotives ) are not used, depending of whether you use the non-PRR templates or the PRR only templates.

Denis
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