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dkpintar

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  1. is app.enmodal difficult to use?? I've done the registration but I can't see anything. I am such a luddite at times . . . .
  2. sorry, I thought there were other ways people here obtained that type of info (re: my post 16301 above on destination codes)
  3. and how does one find out what the codes are?
  4. I miss the versions with the strip-maps of the lines. I believe, with my collection, I have them all.
  5. Here in the UK, this is something that is absolutely no way ignored. Train+station would be evacuated and emergency services called.
  6. excellent work! I have been working on some line maps, base on those on "the back" of those maps from the 80s/90s. It's therapeutic. ;-)
  7. YES! I am working on my customised "line/strip" maps for you to use as a guide for my map, which is going to be fictional/hopeful one. (now if only my real work would not get in the way. Don't give up. I think your work is great. PS: Would you ship to the UK?
  8. One guy who sells on Ebay is selling "portions" of roll-signs for about $1000.00Be warned. The MTA deal is a lot better.
  9. Hmmmmmmm. Fantasy subway lines without the maps. Oh how I like maps.
  10. Thanks, Roadcruiser. Or, TriboroughBridge, youcan use any other maps that people here have used to show their fantasy lines ( Calgano, Schwandll [urbanRail] etc etc).
  11. I think it is obvious, but let me spell it out for you: [1] take your idea [2] transfer the idea to some sort of map using any technique you choose. [3] put the map on the thread to be seen [3a] add any necessary comments/description of the route or service. thank you.
  12. I like the new map. It's cleaner, less cluttered. Perhaps the, or a new & improved, service guide should go on the side opposite the map. Along with the "strip" maps, like the ones someone here on the forum made. deeK
  13. I like the new map. It's cleaner, less cluttered. Perhaps the, or a new & improved, service guide should go on the side opposite the map. Along with the "strip" maps, like the ones someone here on the forum made. deeK
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