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Metarvo’s Power Pole Pack (P3) Models, Volume 1 1.0.0

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This is a set of power pole models that will be used in Texas Steel-V Tower and Wood H-Frame power line set releases.  A variety of rotations are included, and there are also numerous different types of models included for dead-ends and angles.  Some of them are flat on the ground for construction.  There are also banners with triangular plastic flags that are sometimes used to mark rights of way prior to construction but they can be used just to get attention, too.  In addition, there are supplemental poles that can be used alone or to enhance the appearance of the Wood H-Frame poles, since these types of models don’t always show up well at more distant zooms.  This is itself a dependency pack and needs no dependencies.





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