Hi VH-KDK, Really nice shots of your Melbourne to Griffith tour. Appreciated the addition of explanatory text too. If some kind experienced airfield modeller/s would care to help me, I would be very interested in recreating McIntyre Field circa WWII at Tocumwal, & it's associated infrastructure outfields & ranges etc. As an ex-PMG Telecom Tech who worked in Deni (Deniliquin NSW) circa Jan 1962 to Dec 1967, I became aware of Tocumwal's WWII involvement during some of my several forages "into the wilds" at the start of my 16 years & 200,000 miles of all-things motorcycling. However it was much later (about 13 years ago) that I started to become more aware of just what that "Tocumwal WWII involvement" covered. McIntyre Field was the largest airfield in the Southern Hemisphere; covering some 25 square miles, with satellite ELS's (Emergency Landing Strips), firing & bombing ranges etc. As part of my research of the Narrandera _ Tocumwal Branch Line, I started researching McIntyre Field. Not only reading thousands of documents (& downloading some hundreds thereof), this research afforded me the privilege of meeting some amazing people, who all generously assisted in various ways. The Branch Line Project was born out of a mutual desire of an aquaintance of mine; Craig Carr (lives in Bega NSW) & myself. Craig lived as a young guy half way along the line, & I used to travel on the old railmotor once a month for a couple of years to/from one-week block courses in Sydney. We have worked over most of these 13 years preparing a 'virtual world' 3D running model of the line, including McIntyre Field & the nearby RAAF #5 Field Hospital. Our choice of platform being the Trainz game. But don't be fooled by the 'game' word. It affords a great ability for very authentic replication of the real world. We were basing the McIntyre Field etc activities around WWII period, & the rest (110 miles along the route) based around 1950's through to late 1960's. However, sadly as yet this project is far from being ready for release. But, being quite interested in playing around & enjoying FSX, & the impact FTX has had on that enjoyment, I started looking at the Kimberley Region of WA. There are many old strips up there, for which I have created a folder-full of GE (Google Earth) Placemarks. I have mentioned this a few times on the OZx forums & you can find that plus associated info there:- http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/topic/20099-wa-mitchell-river-strip-progress-etc-screen-grabs/?hl=%2Bmitchell+%2Briver http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/topic/17370-utilities-mitchell-river-wa-part-2/?hl=%2Bmitchell+%2Briver http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/topic/17263-utilities-kimberley-region-australia-data/?hl=%2Bmitchell+%2Briver http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/topic/17197-kimberley-wa-airstrips/?hl=%2Bmitchell+%2Briver http://aussiex.org/forum/index.php?/topic/9181-mitchell-plateau-strip-wa-kimberley-region/?hl=%2Bmitchell+%2Briver#entry68409 But at present I need to finish Mitchell River strip off, & would dearly love to see McIntyre Field at Tocumwal come to life once more. Albeit an authentic 3d virtual world in FSX.