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Thanks folks - I'm glad you enjoy the small towns! :-)

@Roberto: Do you mean the little suburban layout? I made up those lots using models from SimGoober's RLS series... (available on STEX)

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Wow this is drop dead gorgeous. Your attention to detail is stunning. What texture mod are you using? Keep up the great work!! :D

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I am always amaze with your ponds! WoW!!! Aside from that, your passion for lot editing is extremely amazing... I salute you for that great talent! How I wish I could have that talent too... :nyah:

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Wow this is pretty! Great collection of photos and some of the features are so realistic with rl! This is great!

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On the 2nd photo, try not to place rail tunnel and road tunnel too close, in real world the noise might bring collapse...
Also on the last photo, how do you make the diagonal wall between the road and the rail?
Overall, it's great

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Splendid update! And do I spot a road-rail vehicle in your third pic? Looks like a good ol' VW Bus on the rail tracks. :)

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Hey, nothing like a small pic on the frontpage to liven up things ;o)) Thanks for your comments!

@Mikeaut1: It's default! :-) I'm only using [url="http://www.simpeg.com/forum/index.php?action=downloads;sa=view;down=580"][b]this[/b][/url] - it just raises everything a notch, so the ground doesn't look so green and smooth (which is not 'my style' at all).

@MN121MN: Thanks for the hint, I'll keep that in mind :-) ... The wall is done with [url="http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/files/file/24794-js-seawalls-v3/"][b]this[/b][/url]

@Andrey km: Original Outdoor is [url="http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/files/file/13709-outdoor-world/"][b]here[/b][/url]

@lygcolinwang: Sorry, not sure what you mean?

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Is it one town or a few? The detail is incredible, although the Outdoor World seemed a little too big for its environs. Perhaps if it was closer to a highway?

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