A second industry that accepts the nitrate as an input (sort of like an invisible coal chute) would work. You'd add an unload effect to the biplane similar to that of a hopper car. Should be doable. That would also remove nitrate from the plane's queue, so it could be reloaded.have some kind
of trigger set up on the track area over the field so that once the plane (jenny) gets to that point
the sacks will release a powder and have that effect as he passes over. The whole thing may have
to look like an abbreviated version of a steam release but have it go downwards and spread out.
Like I said, years and years ago. I have no idea where the file is or how far I got. If I can't find it, (EDIT: and I can't) I'll let you make it. I may make a Stearman instead, so we can have a little bit of variety in crop dusters.You started a Jenny? Lol - I was thinking of doing one also - maybe also a mail truck to go with it. I'll step aside, though, and let you finish yours - I have enough unfinished projects anyway (mogul?)
As an aside, I always liked the name of that plane - the manufacturer was (almost) my name, and Jenny is my sister's name
Isn't that the way these things seem to develop?So, are we now looking at a massive vintage aero infrastructure project that extends past crop dusting to include mail flights and the early passenger air transport industry?
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