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    Default ES44AC for MSTS?

    Does anyone know of a good ES44AC model for MSTS that I could download?
    Any good sites to go to? I've checked train-sim.com already, & the few they have aren't that great (several require a seperate sound package that I can't find anywhere, one isn't even a true GEVO [a Dash 9 repainted in BNSF's yellow-swoosh paint scheme], & the other listing is a pack of 4 locos [our internet is too slow to download a 4-pack]).

    Any help/recomendations are appreciated.
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    There is some at MASW's website and Streamlines offers one with a route for download and CD for somethin like 20-30 bucks...
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    The SLI one is quite sweet!
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    Yeah, the SLI is the best. You must buy the Scenic Sub to get it. MASW's is o-k for a "freebie," but watch out for downloading errors, I've had them with alot of MASW's stuff.

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    Of course, the scenic sub is a very good route - Feels especially right when running with Bin
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    Quote Originally Posted by
    Yeah, the SLI is the best. You must buy the Scenic Sub to get it.
    My internet connection is too slow to upload new routes (I've tried before).
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    The correct word is download
    Anyways, I'd assume scenic comes on CD as well if you order it that way, and if you haven't downloaded any routes and are still running the original Marias, you will LOVE Scenic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainboyh16-44 View Post
    The correct word is download
    Anyways, I'd assume scenic comes on CD as well if you order it that way, and if you haven't downloaded any routes and are still running the original Marias, you will LOVE Scenic!
    upload, download... whatever

    Maybe eventualy I'll get some new routes, the one you're describing does sound pretty nice. I hope these evolutions that you're describing aren't as problematic as some of the locos I have right now (of all the locomotives I have, probably half of them at best can run- the other half has tons of crap I need to work out, such as .eng files that won't work, no cabviews, & lots more).
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    I know how you feel in the non-working locomotives department! The only things to do are re-install them one by one or take care of error messages one by one...they're both really time consuming. If you get a route like Scenic though, the chance of a new error message is next to nil and they are at least a 500% improvement over original MSTS equiptment!
    I'd also reccomend downloading Route Control to help find problems.
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