• Taburet - Mesh XP British Isles for X-Plane 11

    Taburet - Mesh XP British Isles for X-Plane 11

    MeshXP British Isles is compiled using 30 m resolution elevation models. We used highly detailed hydrological data to rebuild completely the hydrological scenery to very high details, in short words every lake; river; pond; canal is now rendered in the scenery. This mesh also feature highly detailed Autogen buildings and vegetations; positioned as in the real world.

    It can be used on its own or underneath photorealistic scenery. It is fully compatible with London XP; and NightXP packages. Use X-Plane 11 default Vectors ie roads, landlass. Hydrology, buildings data are extracted from from the latest Ordnance Survey data. This is an XP11 terrain mesh. Coverage: England; Wales; Scotland. All MeshXP packages are designed to fit into each over to provide continuous coverage. All MeshXP scenery work in Windows and Mac.

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