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Reference To Other Thread, Now With Update #1!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ProfCreeptonius, May 16, 2018.

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  1. ProfCreeptonius

    ProfCreeptonius Well-Known Member

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    Yes creating internal links is good for the SEO of dove tail forums
     
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    The idea to bump something from an other forum to the readers here is ok.. but that title is absolutely useless.
     
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    Ladies and Gentlemen,
    I will bump this thread once again
    to inform you that the WSR guide is done!
    Go look at the thread :D

    ProfCreeptonius
     
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    Thank you for the semaphore signals guide; I'm sure it will come in very handy. I hope we'll eventually see some German steam added to TSW (my introduction into German steam traction came in the venerable Hagen-Seigen(sp?) route in RW2 and iirc the nice Seebergbahn(sp?) route; sadly neither had semaphores as the routes were set for a more modern period). Thanks again!
     
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    Hello 85Leaf !
    Thanks for checking my guide out, I really appreciate it :)
    As for the Seebergbahn, that one was fictional, so you're likely not seeing it again in TSW :P
    In Germany, semaphores are almost never used, hence it'll be unlikely to see any.

    Cheers,
    ProfCreeptonius
     
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    The thread has been updated! More guides, more questions, more everything!
     

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