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    I was screwing around with the world builder and tossed in Topo maps from NASA to give me the proper hill sizes and what not.
    Well wouldnt this be nice for the new drive way for the VillageClub.
    This shows Dry Run road and the drive way at 15% grade.
    This would be very costly but could be done, I going to do up another scenario with the drive running along the hill
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    Yea man that would be ideal. Put a nice crown in the road with some ditches on the sides to help prevent it from washing out. I like the street light and the people stuck down in the valley.

    What program is that? Thats awesome!

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    Yeah, that's cool. Nice work. Nice touch with the bus.
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    Kick ass. So the road is gunna allow the a dub-decker to come in a drop off the partiers? Watch out for the "free candy" van that hides off in the brush though. From the looks of it, those house-mom's are a bit outta place. That "free candy" must be ludes.

    On a serious note, really think id be that costly? If they have the equipment coming in anyways, isn't it just a bunch of land to move around? Perhaps a culvert pipe put in at the road end?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadlast View Post
    Kick ass. So the road is gunna allow the a dub-decker to come in a drop off the partiers. What out for the "free candy" van that hides off in the brush though. From the looks of it, those house-mom's are a bit outta place. That "free candy" must be ludes.

    On a serious note, really think id be that costly? If they have the equipment coming in anyways, isn't it just a bunch of land to move around? Perhaps a culvert pipe put in at the road end?
    Well thats the thing,, you just dont know whats under the ground. If its all dirt then ya it wouldnt be to much, but if ya strike hard granite or something else hard well then it gets very costly as for you will then need a rock drill and T.N.T.

    I put the bus, van and people in to show size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhioRenegade View Post
    Well thats the thing,, you just dont know whats under the ground. If its all dirt then ya it wouldnt be to much, but if ya strike hard granite or something else hard well then it gets very costly as for you will then need a rock drill and T.N.T.

    I put the bus, van and people in to show size.

    3 Programs, AutoCad, Google Earth, and RailWorks Simulator.
    hmm very interesting....

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    Not too much granite or other intrusive / extrusive rocks in the NE ohio region. Expecially in wellsville......mostly siltstone,clatstone, and organic compositions like coal. Ideal for digging in a rock infested area. Dig on my friends......

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