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Tracks Through Buildings In Harlem River Yard

Discussion in 'Known Issues & Bug Reports' started by Anthony Schulz, Apr 21, 2018.

  1. Anthony Schulz

    Anthony Schulz Member

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    Not sure what the go is here at the Harlem river terminal, where you pickup freight cars in the NEC DLC, but they go nowhere, and through buildings, not sure if a bug, but definitely not right

    [EDIT] Service is the early morning run to Harlem river to collect the rubbish train. Continue down that track. You should be able to view this regardless of time. Also, another note, trains go through the buildings/carparks
     
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  2. pschlik

    pschlik Well-Known Member

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    That track isn't meant to be detailed, it's the end of the route, so its totally normal for the scenery there to be useless since nobody is allowed to drive over there.
     
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  3. Anthony Schulz

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    I'm aware it's not meant to be detailed, just surprised that its still usable considering all the prefabs in the way
     
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    Ah, the collisions...yeah, most things don't have collisions to save processing power. If its out of bounds and nobody is supposed to get there in the first place, then usually it will go unnoticed that collisions are off. Usually.
     
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  5. Anthony Schulz

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    I figured as much, just wasn't sure if the rails themselves are supposed to extenuate out so far. Thanks for the reply
     

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