Has anyone ever come across a large lake + dam in their flights?
I'm trying to find one for my "dambuster" Lancaster. I've gone 'sight seeing' in all the places in the default scenery one might expect to find a dam - Lake District UK - Grand Canyon/Boulder USA - etc - but have found nothing. Is there freeware/payware scenery somewhere with what I want?
I can't gaurantee it but Lake Havasu Arizona maybe a place that you could see a dam. The London Bridge was rebuilt there. Lake Palmer is the name of the lake. Sorry I do not have the map and better directions.
Grand Coulee looks like the best bet.
Thanks RM & EDR.
The avsim download looks a bit daunting but will give it a try - in the mean time I'll have a saunter around Arizona for Lake Havasu - probably by jet as its a big place
... and guess who forgot that he'd logged out in the meantime?
Try taking off from Aswan in Egypt and head down the Nile. Biggest dam in the world. Not sure how well it is rendered.
Thanks Bindolaf - thought of that one - but am looking for a different terrain - trying to copy the type of sim that was shown on UK television to celebrate the anniversary of 617 squadron's flight - the only trouble is although it was based on FS2002 + Just Flights "Dambusters" add-on they (RAF trainees + Southampton Uni) used 5 PC's, 10 displays and matrox card with 3 projectors on a 36ft screen!!
As a last resort you might try this one:
Take off from MPHO and as soon as you're airborn head east, then head upriver.
I don't know what these funny things are called in proper language - but they sure look like dams - anyway, if you miss one, just continue on your merry way upriver, there are a few more to come yet.
If everything else fails, you can always vent your frustration on the Luxury Cruiseships you'll find VERY close by.
Have fun, Rick