München-garmisch Patenkirchen

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  1. drnicktgm#1259

    drnicktgm#1259 Well-Known Member

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    It is one of Germany's oldest railway lines

    The 100 km (62 miles) long route extends from the southern part of the German state of Bavaria mainly as a single-lane route through the country's far-reaching capital to the mountainous regions of Bavaria, which are located on the Austrian border. The first section of the line from Munich to Pasing, and on to Planegg, was opened on May 21, 1854 and in the same year further expansion work was carried out to expand the line to Gauting, Mühlthal and Starnberg. In the years that followed, additional sections of the route were built independently of each other to maintain local industry in and around the towns of Weilheim, Tutzing, Murnau and Partenkirchen.

    These sections were updated and merged in the early 1900s. On February 20, 1925, an electric train traveled the entire route from Munich Central Station to Garmisch-Partenkirchen for the first time. Munich S-Bahn line S6 serves the route from the south from Munich to Tutzing, where it ends. In addition, Intercity Express (ICE) trains run on the route from Munich to Innsbruck.

    The regional BR 423 is a popular train on the S6 line.
    It would be a perfekt route for the ICE T Br411 with the ability to tilt by about 8° so the train can go faster in curves, or you can go with the Br425 or 426 and also the 442 to Garmisch-Partenkirchen as a Regional Bahn, to make it much more fun DTG can add problems on the Main route so that the ICE has to go on the S Bahn Line for a bit of part of the line. There are also cargo transportation possibilitys and you can see the biggest German mountain the Zugspitze.
    DTG it would be very cool and really nice if you would add the route next to TSW2 because that is a perfekt route for everyone.
    Best regards Nicholas
     
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  2. seblay1608

    seblay1608 Well-Known Member

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    Are you kidding me? The BR 426 is included in the AddOn from the TS2021. In real, this train don't drives there. The BR 426 isn't a popular train on the S6 line, it never had driven there. On the S6, there is the BR 423 (-> we have already in HMA). On the regional trains there is the BR 2442 Talent 2 (-> we have already in SKA). In the past, there were the BR 425/426 (ON THE REGIONAL TRAINS AND NOT ON THE S6!) and the BR 111 with Dostos and n-Wagen.
    There are signle ICE trains on this route (with a 411 and a 403 I think).
    Of course, you can suggest whatever you want, but you may don't copy the description from the TS2021.
    Possible locos for this DLC:
    BR 423
    BR 2442 or BR 425/426 or/and BR 111 with Dostos/n-Wagen
     
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  3. drnicktgm#1259

    drnicktgm#1259 Well-Known Member

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    Okay then let's say br423
     
  4. 2martens

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    Great route. Eventually, we hopefully have all the major rolling stock and don't have to look at the rolling stock provided when it comes to routes. They probably still need to provide fitting rolling stock for the people who don't buy all routes/loco DLCs of one country.
     
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  5. solicitr

    solicitr Well-Known Member

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    It also helps that the most difficult part, Munchen Hbf, Munchen Pasing and all that track and signaling has already been built for HMA; it can simply be copied over.

    And if they also included the spur line Murnau a.S. - Oberammergau......!

    Rolling stock, all DB Regio BR 442. They used to run 426s on this line, but I can't find any evidence they still do. Of course, there will also be the occasional OBB train up from the south


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    However, ICE services (BR 411, ICE-T) only make this run as tourist trains on Saturdays and as specials, and when they go beyond G-P only go as far as Seefeld in Tirol. and in any event the track limit is 160 km/h. The Munich-Innsbruck ICE route runs via Rosenheim and Kufstein, as does most freight. South of Garmisch the route is just too steep, curvy and often single-tracked to serve as a main line.

    The S-Bahn only goes as far as Tutzing.
     
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