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RFY Elevated Rail Viaduct Set

 

 

The RFY Rail Viaduct Series - based on DocRorlach's monorail models - contains seventeen lots for the NAM Elevated Rail System. These can be combined to cover the default NAM viaducts. The size of the total download is due to the HD rendering of the models.

Included are:

  • two on/off ramps;
  • on-slope left/right lots;
  • a railway station;
  • several 1x1/2x1 lots;
  • left/right bridges over avenues, streets, roads, and rail tracks.

All lots are off-set, do not contain base or overlay textures, and only the railways station features jobs. The set is intended for the more grimy industrial/ghetto areas but could be used anywhere.

 

Optional: Players who want the uncovered NAM viaducts show the same dark brick texture as our viaducts need to download the Dark Brick NAM Viaduct Mod by rivit.

 

Lot Details and Information: Lot size: 1 x 1 tiles Menu position: All lots: Transportation - Rail Jobs: Station only: $ - 23; $$ - 5 Plop cost: varied Bulldoze cost: varied Monthly cost: varied Power consumption: varied Water consumption: varied Pollution: Garbage: between 2-4 over 4 tiles

 

Dependencies:

To ensure the proper functionality, make sure the files mentioned below are installed in the plugins folder:

Credits:

The original viaduct models were made by DocRorlach; thanks also goes to shkthrpy for his excellent cars. d_j_p_1 did the testing.

 

Problems?

These lots were tested to the best of everyone's ability; if you still run into a problem, do not hesitate to PM me..




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