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2010

Vodhin.org Back Online

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As of September 20th, 2010 – Vodhin.org is back online! The new site is currently being adjusted, so some sections may be a bit different. There are plenty of details of what’s going on under the hood on his site – so I’d advise you to read those on the site. I’m glad everything worked… Read more »

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2010

Mr. Zeepy’s RCT Blog

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Photo Credit: Mr. Zeepy

Let’s all welcome a new blog to the RCT family of websites. Mr. Zeepy’s RCT Blog (translated). Add it to your bookmarks, and subscribe to the feed. Thanks, -T10

2010

Quick update: Site links + updates

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Hey everyone, I’ve got a few updates for you. First off, a few of the dead links have been fixed – The Device and Saw Scenery have had link updates. None of Vodhin’s sets work, so don’t even try those – unless you’ve found another place they’re hosted. And X Enterprises‘ stuff has also had… Read more »

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2010

Quick Update: “Browse by Creator”

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Hot off the press – you can now “Browse by Creator” right above the search field, for even greater access to your favorite custom creator. Maybe you’ll even find something new! Along with their names is a bracketed number of releases or projects they’re involved with. Click to see and the page automatically loads. Thanks!… Read more »

2010

Moby’s Glasshouse & Framework

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Photo Credit: Moby

This highly innovative set combines precise structural steel work, and beautifully curved glass architecture to give your park the modern edge it needs. Use as modular building, or as standalone supports. Access forum and files: View Thread | Download

2010

Imagineertom’s Bobsleds!

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Photo Credit: imagineertom

Made from wood and manmade rock, this was the first car for one of the Tomorrowland rides in 1959. The first coaster to ride tubular steel tracks, now in RCT form. Access forum and files: View Thread | Download

2010

Quick update: RSS Feed

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It has come to my attention that the feed was out of date. For those of you that read the feed via RSS – I’ve got some good news for you. It’s fixed! It’s been stuck on April 16th, 2010 for some unknown reason and I have now fixed the issue. It was pointing to… Read more »