I enjoy Steam, but definitely prefer diesel.
I play mostly American freight but I do have a soft spot for old UK freight. Think Tees Valley in TSW. I had Nottingham recommended to me, but any...
Least he ain't just insulting the routes everyone else suggest anymore.
From what I know its mostly locals on the section of NEC for the boston route, so GP-40s seem possible.
Already fixed it.
Cant remember. Im more a freight guy.
Given different countries have different protocols for this, I imagine it would be alot of work.
All good now. Thanks.
It worked. Although in the process I accidently deleted the scenarios for the SP cab forward. I imagine a reinstall should handle that?
Having this issue myself. Will try when I get home from work.
Thank you sir. Will give it a shot when I get home from work.
Will do that when I get home from work. I assume the folder is labelled like workshop or something like that?
Yeah, my searching shows its a common issue, but that fixes seem to be fluid. What works for one sometimes does not for another.
So of course I am already having the infamous out of memory error.
Unsubscribbed. Did not know I had to individually delete.
Rebooting the game did jack. Unless you meant rebooting the system.
Do tell. I am having the sane issue. Tried unsubscribing from the workshop, uninstalling and reinstalling, and verifying the files. Admittedly did...
Well now Im having the issue, lol.
I just jumped over to PC gaming. TS is the only game it comes up for. How do I solve it? Its a new PC and has plenty of memory available.
All of those are on my list.
That and Hanover Sub. Those are probably the ones I most intend to buy. Just need to wait on some sales, lol.
MP36 would be cool but unlikely. They only have like 2 and they don't really run the section in game
Update. Went with Battle for Sherman Hill and Soldier Summit with the extension. Will wait for sales to get much else.
Was planning on Feather River and Hi-Line. Also Battle for Sherman Hill just for how much it comes with. Other routes that I consider high...
Awhile back I said I was considering it as I was getting board with what was available in TSW2. As of now I have officially ordered a gaming rig,...
Kind of want a 44 toner.
CRR had like 2 GP9s. GP7s where much more common in their fleet.
I like it.
Sounds good to me.
You been here like one day. How many proposed routes have you insulted so far?
You know if you're just gonna comment on how much you hate everything everyone else wants this is gonna become a very hostile board for you. Trust...
You trying to set some kind of speed record for alienating the whole board?
Preach. And way nicer than I would have at that.
Then suggest what you want and ignore what you don't.
If I recall the issue is due to how the ownership of BNSF is structured, makes getting the rights outside the US next to impossible.
Its in the mid 70s not 80s. Scenarios are mostly listed in 75-76. Still past the day of the F3 though.
Throws you off the first time you play SPG in a hot minute and you see a black SD40, lol.
GP 7 would be nice just cause how badly the route needs switching services.
Yeah, but it ain't happening.
Didn't they straight say they ain't gonna happen? Bad profit margin since the market is only people who already bought the base route.
Route extensions ain't gonna happen.
Ain't nobody got time for that.
Cause your research sucks, and instead of admitting you messed up you just whine.
If I recall it is cause BNSF has a complicated ownership structure.
Good luck on Conrail. Copyright.
I mean to be fair rail is mostly a freight affair in the US in general. Look at how much money Amtrak loses.
Of course what would really make this work would be an extension to SPG, something that has been much requested.
Think NS has given up most if...
That's nice, but not particularly relevant to fun gameplay.
P42 layer on SPG would be cool but would really only work as background traffic. Route lacks two stops for it.
Always felt Sherman Hill was inevitable.
NTP is a great route and anything that can be added to it is a win.
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