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FSX WW2 Scenery and whatever else I put here!

All-in-One Downloads Updated (Finally!)

Yes, I finally got around to updating the All-in-One downloads as well.

These are the scenery libraries that I have created or use and a dump of all my scenery files, regardless of what state they’re in. Some of them are finished, some aren’t, some never will be… They can be found by visiting the “All in One Downloads” link under Flight Simulation on the top menu.

4 Comments

  1. Matt Curry

    Ian,
    Thanks for making all these airfields available in one place. Could you post something to let us know which ICAO codes relate to which airfields? I have found East Wretham (X3ER) and Digby (X4DG), but am still looking for Bodney and Debden.

    Matt

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    1. Ian P (Post author)

      Hi Matt,

      As I’m recreating the pages for the website, I’m putting the “ICAO” codes on each page. Bodney is currently “S141” and Debden is “S356”. They will be changing when they are uploaded, though, to the Xnxx code (X3BD, for example, is Bodney’s new code). If you put “RAF” in the aerodrome name box, that should list all of them.

      Hope that helps!

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  2. Randy Barrier

    Hi Ian,

    Is there a map available anywhere of the various WW2 Bases you’ve recreated? Might be fun to simulate being Eisenhower or Montgomery on an inspection tour:) Currently I’m zig-zagging all over the place.
    Thanks for all your hard work!

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    1. Ian P (Post author)

      Hi Randy,

      As of last night, or technically the early hours of this morning by the time I had fixed a significant problem, there is a Google Earth “kml” file which shows most, but unfortunately not all, of my airfields. I don’t think any of the ones missing are significant or important, so it’ll do for the moment, until I can fault find.

      There should be a link available from the front page later today. I’m also investigating how to integrate Google Earth or Maps into the site, to allow people to view the kml file online, but I’m really not sure how to do that at present.

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