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Basic City Building Xpack

Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder' started by dosgraphix, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. Gee Truelove

    Gee Truelove

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    Awesome man,im so looking forward to getting hold of this x pack,
    Great work!!:bang:
     
  2. _brawler_

    _brawler_

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    eagerly waiting please hurry, all i need are these buildings and my track is complete!!!!!!!!

    :nailbiting:
     
  3. Rocky7up

    Rocky7up

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    HOAH!

    Can't wait for the release :)

    Any chance of getting that awesome city track you have made?

    Also with BTB file if possible ? :)
     
  4. dosgraphix

    dosgraphix

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    In terms of making the track available, it was just something i put together in 10 minutes specifically for the screenshots and only has about 450m of track & 1 corner. Sorry
     
  5. dosgraphix

    dosgraphix

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    Now released, see page 1 of this thread
     
  6. Erwin Greven

    Erwin Greven
    retired from this site.

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    Thank you very much for your effort. I think a lot of builders appreciate your work.
     
  7. Gee Truelove

    Gee Truelove

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  8. thren

    thren

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    Just got back from a work trip to find that you have released this.
    Havnt d/led it yet (thats the next thing I do)

    Thanks !!

    I do hope you have included a "dosgraphix" billboard with the pack,
    It will save me making one for the tracks I use this xpack with :D

    Great work
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    Thren ..."runs off to download it "

    Cheers mate
     
  9. nullensc

    nullensc

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    Thank you very much for this xpack - love the tunnel, bridges, billboards, buildings, railway tracks/bridges...actually I love it all - I was going to do my company accounts this weekend, but looks like I'll have to re-schedule ;-)

    Cheers,
    Charles
     
  10. dosgraphix

    dosgraphix

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    Thanks guys, i am glad that the feedback has been positive. (so far)
     
  11. dacoolone91

    dacoolone91

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    Most Excellent Work, thank you very much.!

    ..The more xpacks of this quality that will be made avalible,
    one way or the other, the more quality tracks will be build.

    The question is just how to get organized more xpacks,
    without a few persons having to do all the hard work.??

    Cheers,
    Dac.
     
  12. delu77

    delu77

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    Super nice Xpack mate! Thanks for all your efforts!
     
  13. KawaKasper

    KawaKasper

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    cool xpack, thx :Banane44:

    but why you don´t upload it directly to racedepartment?
     
  14. rFMG

    rFMG

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    the download links doesn work. can you upload please?
     
  15. banger

    banger

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    no link.
     
  16. rFMG

    rFMG

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    can do you send me? icq or mail?
     
  17. dosgraphix

    dosgraphix

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  18. banger

    banger

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    Sorted today, ? must of been a fluke
     
  19. dianasaurus

    dianasaurus

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    Thank you for the great xpack!

    Really great work. :wink:
     
  20. Michael Bryant

    Michael Bryant

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    Photos look great can't wait to see the finished xpack. Just a question...concerning post #13...when a track is setup in a downtown area...don't they use cement barriers that are easily moved using a forklift or small crane instead of a solid metal railing? Otherwise wouldn't they have to dig holes to place the barrier posts? No biggy just an observation.
     
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