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FSX St Louis PhotoReal Scenery Section A.
67.01Mb (975 downloads)
FSX St Louis PhotoReal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, A, is one of 30. A map and decriptions show the section locatons and some feature details. This photoscenery is for DAY USE ONLY and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totaling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independant, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continutiy and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 7, 2008 08:16 by Jim Jones
 
23.83Mb (1959 downloads)
Made a few small changes that where a big prob. The airport name is FSXF-Oceana NAS (KNTU), Added hangers, vehicles, STATIC F-22S,F-18S,CHOPPERS,B-52,B-747, MD-80. Added ILS approaches, 05L 110.70MHz, 05R108.95MHz, 14R 109.35MHz, 14L 110.75MHz, VOR Ident ONS., new starts, helipads etc.
Posted Oct 5, 2008 05:58 by Thunder
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section E
72.71Mb (1100 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, E, is one of 30. A map and decriptions show the section locatons and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totaling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independant, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continutiy and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 11:25 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section CC
61.07Mb (1055 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missiour (MO). Section, CC, is one of 30. A map and decriptions show the section locatons and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totaling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independant, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continutiy and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 11:21 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section F
75.16Mb (1083 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, F, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totaling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 09:01 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section H
72.02Mb (1139 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, H, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totalling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 08:58 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section I
73.73Mb (1049 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO. Section, I, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totalling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 08:02 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section L
74.56Mb (1169 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, L, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totalling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 08:01 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section O
76.65Mb (1203 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, O, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totalling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 06:36 by Jim Jones
 
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery Section R
77.07Mb (1570 downloads)
FSX St Louis Photoreal Scenery. This is high resolution, 1 meter/pixel, terrain scenery for St Louis, Missouri (MO). Section, R, is one of 30. A map and descriptions show the section locations and some feature details. This photoscenery is for day use only and will work for any season, but shows only the USGS aerial photo data taken in March 2002. The default FSX mesh works well with this photoscenery and no additional mesh for the area needs to be purchased. The 30 sections of scenery, totalling 2 Gb, contains photoreal terrain textures, encompassing an area bounded by 31.7 E-W and 27.4 N-S miles (about 870 square miles). Each section is independent, but the user may want most or all sections to provide continuity and completeness. By Jim Jones.
Posted Oct 4, 2008 06:36 by Jim Jones