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    quebec sceneries

    Anybody know where I can find the Frontenac / Quebec city sceneries by André Côté and Michel Baron? trying to build a reasonable simulation of Quebec

    Sean

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    Tried the wayback machine and wasnt able to find the file. Im looking through the links, hopefully it might turn up.

    Thanks,
    Sean

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    There's an FSX scenery of Quebec city and Chateau Frontenac.

    Might be able to run that through Model Converter , and textures through DXTBMP, to import to fs9?

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Thanks everyone! I was unable to find the package. Thanks for all your help.

    Sean

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    to clarify jackryans post he means the website shows up but for the 2004 file is missing or wayback cant go that deep, so im trying to find info to contact them!!

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    I believe the filename is FRONTENAC2004.ZIP

    I havent had any luck on it.

    Thanks,

    Sean

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    Gille's Gauthier's Quebec scenery releases

    mesh (qc092k4a, qc092k4b, qc092k4c, qc092k4d.zip at flightsim.com) and custom Quebec Landclass from Quebec Scenery Enhancements package (scequek4.zip and scequem1.zip (update) @ flightsim - includes roads, rivers, landclass, terrain adjustments/waterfalls, etc.) if not already considered, and together with Ultimate Terrain Canada will greatly add to your realism of flying in Quebec, notwithstanding the hard-to-find 3D VFR sceneries of the region!

    Cheers

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