Fort Smith in Trainz - 1908

Discussion in 'Virtual (V) Scale' started by Turky44, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. Turky44

    Turky44 Member

    9737F305-B472-453E-B9A3-A80C3033D752.png CFE84016-E869-4715-B2EE-FCC9623E11D8.png 9E83DB33-1A4D-44E9-929B-39211F314734.png i am working on Fort Smith in 1908 in Trainz, using Sanborn Maps as templates

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  2. Coonskin

    Coonskin Member

    Cool!

    I have a V scale (Microsoft Train Simulator in my case) version if the Frisco circa late 1880's. Currently the rails run from just north of Seligman, down through Fort Smith, into Indian Territory to Talihina. I also have all the coal belt lines represented as well as the St. Paul Branch. V scale can be addictive!

    Andre Ming
     
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  3. Turky44

    Turky44 Member

    the frustration of lining up basemapz
    of which i need to to place tracks
     
  4. WindsorSpring

    WindsorSpring Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Have you looked into TransDEM? It saves a lot of effort getting grades and watercourses located.
     
  5. Turky44

    Turky44 Member

    i have, but it costs money
     
  6. WindsorSpring

    WindsorSpring Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Not that much, considering what it does for a more realistic scene. It is about the cost of a hopper car in HO.

    Check the thread
    http://www.frisco.org/shipit/index.php?threads/the-highline.4294/

    especially the early posts for how dricketts used TransDEM. Then check a few of the later posts to see how it helped him make the terrain look very believable.
     
  7. Turky44

    Turky44 Member

    and I live in Fort Smith, so i guess it's somewhat important to me for a Fort Smith in 1908 Trainz

    and i am curious in Fort Smith's Railroad Past
     
  8. Turky44

    Turky44 Member

    I have some 1908 Fort Smith Sanborn Maps on my computer as a incomplete collection

    Where can find the rest?

    (-I do not remember where I got the online ones-)
     

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