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  1. #3826
    Please be so kind to tell me where I can find that Valkenburg scenery.

    Thanks,

    hertzie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hertzie View Post
    Please be so kind to tell me where I can find that Valkenburg scenery.

    Thanks,

    hertzie.
    It says here
    . This airfield is part of CalClassic's "Central Europe 1961" scenery package and shows AI traffic with PV-2 Neptune, Tracker and S-58 MLD.

    http://www.calclassic.com/

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Taking pictures...



    Cheers,
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    What a coincidence, Huub, I flew there yesterday, and landed next to the Chateau.
    Robin
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    Mig-25 'Foxbat' by AlphaSim

    Freeware with issue 61 of PC Pilot; Victor bomber is from "Air Power, The Cold War"


  7. #3832

    Messerschmitt Bf-109G by Kazunori Ito

    Kauzunori produced many beautiful aeroplanes for PC Pilot and this was one of his best (freeware with issue 87) and in his own words:

    "This is my "Gustav" that was made for myself by myself.
    I finally carried this out.
    Leaving aside that this is good or bad, This!...is!...My!..."Gustav"
    Ha! ha! ha!
    If you think that you want to use, Please use this."

    I've got this recorded as being for FS9 and FSX, but I can't therefore account for the snowy landscape in my screenshot, which was taken a long long time ago. Any ideas?


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    Quote Originally Posted by zswobbie1 View Post
    What a coincidence, Huub, I flew there yesterday, and landed next to the Chateau.
    Le Mont-Saint-Michel, is not a chateau, but an abbey with a fortified village around this abbey. It has been a church, an abbey, a fortress in the battle against the English (There is a reason why the region next to the Mont is called Bretagne (French for Brittany)), a state prison during the French revolution and now it is an abbey again with an extremely touristic village around it.

    When you can look beyond the tourists, its a beautiful place and for everybody who might visit this place, I can recommend a guided tour through the abbey. There is far more to tell about this place than the eye can see.

    The scenery is by Pascal Dumat and in my personal opinion the best scenery around for this place.

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Sorry Huub, I did mean Abbey..
    I've had my eye on that scenery for a long time, very happy to have it.

    Thanks for the info.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

  10. #3835

    Just Flight's "727 Professional"

    CD-ROM for FS2004 & FS2002

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    A380 Airbus "The Special Edition" by Abacus

    CD-ROM for FS2004 & FSX

  12. #3837

    what happened there 1972

    Halla friends
    the scene should be 1972.
    That' s the reason to choose it to make it in black and white
    Where is the location and what happened there?
    As I fly my planes and choppers as I would do with a real one and not as a rc scale bird
    I prefer to make the screenshots from the pilots view out of the cockpit and not as an angel flying beneath the plane

    Best regards
    Yours
    Michael Vader
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  13. #3838
    Quote Originally Posted by michaelvader View Post
    Halla friends
    the scene should be 1972.
    That' s the reason to choose it to make it in black and white
    Where is the location and what happened there?
    The screenshot shows the 1972 Olympic Stadium in Munich.

    The summer olympic games were marked by the Munich massacre. It was a terrorist attack by eight members of the Palestinian militant organization Black September. They infiltrated the Olympic Village, killed two members of the Israeli Olypmic team, and took nine other hostage.

    Bernard

  14. #3839

    FS2004 Screenshots Here!!!

    Well seen Bernard
    Must say that I look with a bit toothache to the olympic games at Paris this year.
    I would not comment french politics but france could be a possible target also.
    Hope all would go well.
    Must ind mor difficult targets for my screenies LOL
    Best regards
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    Michael Vader

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    I ommited to point out, that the supposed expulsion of the terrorists and the nine hostages ended in a monstrous fiasco at Fürstenfeldbruck airbase. After firefights on the base, towi Federal Border Guards helicopters were blown up along woth all hostages. These tragic events had a very strong impact on the year 1972. I thjought of it immediately when I just red the year.

    Bernard







    I thought of it immediately when I just read the year.

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    FS2004 Screenshots Here!!!

    Yes Bernard,
    even it would later be easy to critic the envolved cpmmanding persons - it has been a dramatic disaster
    And I hope, (even if my apreciations of some people envolved in this year olympic games are not filled with enthousiasm for them)
    that these games not will finish with horror but be nice games - games should be peacefull and not the theatre scene for politic
    differncies.
    Now I search for a next target which should be more difficalt to find where it is LOL
    Best Regards
    Yours
    Michael Vader

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    To continue the question posted by Papi.... "Where am I"

    Cheers,
    Huub


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    FS2004 Screenshots Here!!!/ "whwere amI?"

    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    To continue the question posted by Papi.... "Where am I"

    Cheers,
    Huub


    Good morning Huub,
    thank you you took on my idea of screenshots done out of the cockpit and the question "where amI?"
    at first I tend to situate it in france, than the buidings look as to be from an add on scenery and to be a part of a chateau
    or ancient military casern - perhaps Rochefort?
    Seen that the plane you fly is a Mustang - check your six LOL
    Best regards
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    Michael Papi Vader

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    Hi Papi,

    Not Rochefort. To give a small hint, this is part from a scenery package, which perhaps was hardly noticed, as we normally look to the main subject.......

    The aircraft is correct and as you see, I fly it according the book . (correct RPM and manifold pressure at least ).

    Cheers,
    Huub

  20. #3845

    FS2004 Screenshots Here!!!/where am I?

    Hi Huub,
    even doenloading your screenshot to try to see better the symbols over the doors,
    nO idea, than I tried to search arround and found no indications.
    If the location is in france it should not be in Brittany as the houses are more southern style.
    Scenery package -freeware or payware?
    If it is payware I certainly would not have it.
    I will fill up my tanks of my He-111 and make some reco flights.
    Difficult in what direction to go LOL.
    Luckyly in FS9 I do not have to pay the fuel I will pump through the injectors of my JuMos LOL
    Best regards
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    Michael Vader

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    It is in France, but not in Bretagne. You have to look far more east and bit more south. The scenery was freeware, but I don't think it is available anymore.

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    I guess you all need some additional information. So another hint.

    The scenery I'm looking for is one of castles in the Loire region. In a somewhat smaller version it is known from the Belgian comic series TinTin.
    When I'm home again this evening, I will post another screenshot and this time with the castle on it.

    Cheers,
    Huub.

  23. #3848
    Cheverney (sp?), possibly? Or near it?

    I didn't know there was ever any scenery made of castles, other than the ones you can find at the major websites -- and they're mostly English and German, I believe. I think the late Toni Agramont made some scenery with castles, but I don't think it was France.

    In either case, it looks great!

    Jorge
    Miami, FL

  24. #3849

    FS2004 Screenshots Here!!! Where am I?

    Hallo friends
    yes Jorge,
    Huub did cunduct us to Cheverny.
    To find it I took my Huey and so you will see it completely
    Huubs advice of the Chateau de Tintin Moulinsart was the advice to make things easy.
    It was a part of "Chateaux de la loire" I will look if I still have the zip somewhere.
    Merci Huub
    Best Regards
    Michael Vader
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    L-749 Constellation



    Author Manfred Jahn, free with issue 71 of PC Pilot

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