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Map Of London Route Connections

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Larwood, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Larwood

    Larwood New Member

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    I decided to make a map of how all the train sim routes in London connect up, for people who want to switch between routes or traverse London eg. for RP reasons. Hope I didn’t miss anything.

    https://i.imgur.com/8i6p8ud.png

    Couple of notes:
    This is how routes are in Train Sim not real life, which is why eg. the North London Line goes to St Pancras, that movement is available to you if you want to make it.
    Lines aren’t included if they don’t make meaningful connections to other lines, ie. Catford loop, GOBLIN.
     
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  2. DeanO55

    DeanO55 Member

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    I don't quite understand you.
    Are you saying then that all TS London routes are wrong in your eyes?
    What do you mean by "This is how routes are in Train Sim not real life" ?
     
  3. tsted.designs

    tsted.designs Member

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    East London Line (Backdated Trainsim) can be added. Also GEML is steam not workshop.
     
  4. Larwood

    Larwood New Member

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    The map represents what you can actually drive in Train Sim, regardless of whether trains actually operate on those exact routes in real life.
    Thanks, I didn't know about that. edit: Ah, it doesn't connect to anything else so I'll leave it out.
    The version that goes all the way to Norwich is workshop.
     
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    749006 Well-Known Member

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    Why does the NLL get included but the Goblin line does not as it connects off the NNL.

    Victoria to Clapham Jn and East Croydon is also included with the South London Network
    There are a number of lines missing within the South London Network

    There are no physical connections from the Bakerloo line to Paddington, Marylebone, Waterloo or Elephant and Castle.

    Moorgate is not part of the ECML L2P but an add-on

    Peter
     
  6. Wivenswold

    Wivenswold Active Member

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    Excellent map. One of Germany would be brilliant as I'm sure there are connections and third party routes that fill gaps.

    The Goblin route apparently goes as far as Rainham (I've never tested it though).
     

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