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Well....the time has come. Since April of this year I have been converting Google Earth files into FS9 scenery with full night lighting. I am now proud to announce that late tomorrow I will be releasing the Boston Google Earth scenery for FSX. The readme file that will be included will explain it all but for now I will tell you what scenery/fixes will be released late tomorrow. I will keep updating the scenery with more as I find time.


Prudential Building (replaces default scenery)

John Hancock (replaces default scenery)

Hynes Convention Center

500 Boylston St

Zakim Bridge (replaces default scenery)

Bunker Hill Monument

Boston Public Library

Charlestown Bridge (replaces default scenery)

Fenway Park (replaces default scenery)

Hatch Memorial Shell (think 4th of July Boston style location)

Hood Milk Bottle (near Boston Childrens museum)

Lovejoy Wharf

Old North Church (think Paul Revere...1 if by land 2 if by sea)

Old South Meeting House (place where the Boston Tea Party was planned)

Paul Revere House

USS Constitution

101 Huntington Ave (part of Prudential building mall)

111 Huntington Ave (replaces default scenery)

Old State House (corrected location of default fsx scenery as it was wrong)

TD Garden (replaces default scenery - default had it turned around the wrong way)


Also to be included...but totallly optional to install for reasons told


1 Boston Place (already in default scenery) (would be user's choice)

1 International Place (already in default scenery) (would be user's choice)

First National Bank (already in default scenery) (would be user's choice)


Scenery is available at

FS9/FS2004 version is already available there

check out ths scenery forum posting for fs2004 to get pics as I created it over time at:


fs2004 gallery is also on website.....will need screenshots from other users for FSX so download, take screenshots, and send them in

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I really hate to be the wet blanket, but have you received consent from Google to redistribute their building libraries and/or textures?


Unless I am mistaken (*and I very well might be), creating and using these elements for your own personal use is probably OK, but you might be running afoul of their rules if you distribute the work without their permission.


I could be wrong, and I hope I am, but you might want to check into it if you haven't already...




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