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Pretty sure that one only works in Euros. I don't need to use it anymore so I don't remember anything about the options menu, but just divide the amount you want by 2 if you want specific dollar amounts e.g. if you want $100,000 enter 50.000€.
That means you probably removed something that was in use accidentally, or the file has just been corrupted. LocoMod automatically makes a backup of any files modified in case something goes wrong. Go to your file explorer (outside of game, not inside) and look for a file that has the saved game's name but ends with .SV5.BAK (e.g. Boulder Breakers.SV5.BAK) and rename it with just the .SV5 extension (Boulder Breakers.SV5).
I need more information in order to understand what's going on. My best guess is you forgot to select the trams under the companies tab in LocoMod but I may be wrong. This is why I recommend starting a new game with your own custom scenario or your rework of an existing one; using the tools the game provides will be a lot more stable.
If you have a disc installation of the game, everything should show up in the same location: [your hard drive, probably C]:\Program Files (x86)\Atari\Locomotion. Otherwise it'll be in a different folder. I'm not sure how GoG handles it, but the Steam version goes to [hard drive]:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Locomotion. I remember the Steam version of one of the Chris Sawyer games having an issue, probably RCT1; it would save games to the Atari folder but the rest of the data would be in the Steam folder, or vice versa (I don't exactly remember). If you have a downloaded version, check both paths to see if both folders exist; if they do, go in-game and see where the game takes you automatically and relocate your saved files to that folder once you exit the game.
I'm not a robot, I'm a dude getting on his computer and troubleshooting each question to the best of my ability. I could probably fix it if I were there in person, but I'm not, so please be patient with me and provide as much context as you can for the issues.
For stations, signals, and track extensions, you may need to take other steps. Specifically which objects are you trying to use?
I still say you should use the scenario editor to make a separate version of that map, especially if you're starting new games anyway. It's easier and more stable.
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