Since we are suggesting things, horns for AI trains would be great. Just in the upcoming routes, I am aware that it will be very difficult to make...
Looks very nice!
If I don't remember wrong, some classic routes also include the base sim (which you need to buy in first place anyway) so maybe the cheaper way to...
I know just the ones from HIS on Steam :)
I was planning to get it in this sale, I remember Blacknred81 saying it was one of the best of Union Workshop routes. It has two EMUs and two...
I think that you can because you already have the item, but I didn't try
So the votes will be likes?
Yes but it would be cheaper than a route at today's price. Anyway most of freeware routes have lots of requirements, you're right
The Spanish Madrid-Valencia requires has its own assets and it only require US and Euro loco and assets pack, but that is strange on a freeware route
I agree with you, it is probably the best DLC for the game in terms of trains and route quality
That's right. Your turn!
I don't mind skipping mine or giving some clues: the route is a DTG route that was part of TS2020, and the scenario I mentioned is the longest...
Makes sense, and virtually all french trains are SNCF :|
There are some scenario packs for the Hudson line. There is one scenario with a M8 in the Metro north scenario pack, idk if you're looking...
Côte d'azur: Marseille-Nice
Pros (for DTG):
The following stuff can be reused: Marseille St Charles station, TGV trains, signalling system....
Ook so here we go:
NEC: Baltimore-Philadelphia (extension for Washington-Baltimore)
Pros (for DTG):
Completes a gap in the NEC.
Making it an...
Well, if I have to keep between those three countries boundaries then I'd like to see the NEC completed (and redone in the case of Philadelphia to...
Yeah, the extension through the Black Forest down to Hausach is definitely on my list too
Konstanz-Villingen is definitely on my list, it looks amazing.
But we are leaving, I got stuck on this place where coal unloading was not being...
Congratulations TrainsAreBest, great shot!
Yes but it is a little short, I don't think it'll be replacing the summer one
Oh now I get this :)
Some routes even have a release sale, like Washington-Baltimore did
How do you know?
The route is Springfield-New Haven isn't it?
This one is amazing, it looks even better than TSW
Is that with RW enhancer?
I was very enthusiastic about this route so I checked how much days tend to be between the announcement and the realese date on previous dlcs, the...
I was planning to do a big buy for the summer sale, hope this one doesn't replace it
Yeah I thought it was just me, I'll try to reinstall it later. Besides that, it is a very good route
Same here and I read a lot of people with the same problem in thay scenario. Maybe there are some snow textures missing?
Route: Salt Lake City Route Extension
Train: Southern Pacific SD70M and D&RGW stock[ATTACH]
Route: Feather River Canyon
Train: UP SD70ACe in Western Pacific heritage livery + UP SD70M and UP double stack cars
I really love that route because it is not the tipical slow mountain pass, I find that mountain routes are really over-represented in US freight...
NS Coal district is an awesome route, I bought it because it is required for the NYC-Albany workshop route, however I instantly loved it, it is...
That's great Blacknred81, very interesting
I don't know if it is what you're looking for but check...
I don't have any of those three to compare but I find it good if it is over 30or 35 mph. Hannover sub, Feather river canyon, N-line and maybe coal...
70 miles, two hours, makes a 35 mph bulk speed, considering the slow speed sections there will probably be higher speed sections as well.
That's great news!
No one is forcing you to do so
Watching this video I notice that there are mostly concrete ties, however, screenshots in the article show wooden ties (this happens with many DTG...
HIS backdated their Hanover sub, I don't know if it is just the rolling stock or the route too, but with their experience maybe Tehachapi is a...
So which one do you people think will be part of TS2022 now, Tehachapi or NEC?
There is another thread for UK stuff but I don't mind one for a change (with that said, I probably won't know where it is because I know better...
They did and you're right, it is Havre. Your turn
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