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Old 02-18-2017, 08:30 PM
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My thumbs are so up I'm getting cramps!

The following shows just how truely impressive the work done really is and that,s just the rail network .....

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Old 02-18-2017, 09:59 PM
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and some one who would make it )))
Just a left of field thought, but would it be possible to use the lower class LOD of the rail units from COF, on the assumption that maybe the second level of LOD would be close to that of the first level in 46.

Or could that which exists in COF be degraded to make it compatible, and yes this all still requires someone to do it, but would this approach be easier than starting from scratch?

As for the French side of the Chanel the current upgraded German rolling stock should more than suffice.
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The work on the SW England railway network is brilliant, but I'm afraid that it was never that important during the BoB.

Due to the excellent British radar and communications networks, trains received advanced warning of incoming raiders which allowed them to be held or moved outside of the battle zone or stopped (possibly hidden) if they couldn't be evacuated from the area.

The exception was that British trains along the SW coast were vulnerable to German "tip and run" raids in 1943-1944, although they were never priority targets. Occasionally, during 1940-42, British trains would be strafed as targets of opportunity by low-flying Bf-109, but they were never official targets.

More important if you want to simulate targets of organized attacks on the British railway system would be representations of marshaling yards and major railway stations. For example, King's Cross St Pancras Station in London was heavily damaged during the Blitz.

But, I hope that similar level of detail for railways is applied to the French side of the map, since the RAF and USAAF systematically and viciously attacked the French railway system prior to D-Day.
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rail units from cof,

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Bugger........ COD, sorry was typing it on my phone, we should all just call it IL2 BOB, then there would have been no confusion.
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Old 02-19-2017, 08:40 AM
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at first need look into TOW storrage ... about CLOD not sure... but may be we can write letter to Foo'bar ... for his Beauty Locomotive's .. but again, even in that case it will be alot of work .. to prepare Hipoly models ... Btw ... if you want try to training with some simple models ... i have to you one small but interesting thing ... which call from you some knowelege of PS and Max ... to start it can be exactly what need ...
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at first need look into TOW storrage ... about CLOD not sure... but may be we can write letter to Foo'bar ... for his Beauty Locomotive's .. but again, even in that case it will be alot of work .. to prepare Hipoly models ... Btw ... if you want try to training with some simple models ... i have to you one small but interesting thing ... which call from you some knowelege of PS and Max ... to start it can be exactly what need ...
OK if you think I'm up to it, just PM me over @ gateway or drop an email.

Will need to put some oil on those rusty max skills (or lack there of) though.
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This map will be epic!!!

Amazing work, TD! Respect!
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This railway map is not 100% complete. It's probably great at what it does do, but I happen to know of a very minor side-side-side line that isn't on it.

This one:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bristo...merset_Railway

Which featered this item:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pensford_Viaduct

If it was known about and omitted for reasons of irrelevance, then I quite understand, but if it is not there because nobody knew, I thought it should be mentioned.

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