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Narrow Gauge / Miniature Railways For Tsw2

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by cdmacdonald08, Aug 13, 2020.

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What would you prefer?

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  1. North wales style narrow gauge.

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  2. Romney hythe and dymcurch/ravenglass and eskdale railway

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  1. cdmacdonald08

    cdmacdonald08 New Member

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    I feel that we haven't had that much narrow gauge in train simulator and we need more although I do believe that adding narrow gauge railways into TSW2 would be even better. I would also love to see some 15 inch gauge in TSW2 such as the Romney hythe and dymchurch railway or the ravenglass and eskdale. I believe these would make great new additions to the train sim community in general, but would really be amazing in TSW2.
     
  2. stujoy

    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    Narrow gauge lines will likely follow steam trains into TSW but steam is still a long way off at the moment.
     
  3. Purno

    Purno Well-Known Member

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    Well, not all narrow gauge routes operate steam engines. I'd love to see one of the Swiss RhB narrow gauge routes, those use modern electric equipment. :)
     
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    ehrenholt Active Member

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    I would like to see the Tallylyn Railway in Tywyn Wales, it features 3 steam locomotives and plenty of stations
     
  5. BMW M3 GTR 2005

    BMW M3 GTR 2005 New Member

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    I wouldn't mind the Talyllyn railway or Festiniog railway
     
  6. fabdiva

    fabdiva Active Member

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    RhB is on the roadmap - that's Swiss Metre Gauge with electric locos
     
  7. jedi247

    jedi247 Well-Known Member

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    The Ffestiniog is another good narrow gauge idea.
     
  8. Luke8899

    Luke8899 Well-Known Member

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    Euskotren! I'd certainly pay a pretty penny to sample the Basque Country's meter-gauge railway in TSW. Though it does travel through some truly spectacular geography so I'm not sure it would be easy to replicate!

     
  9. Blacknred81

    Blacknred81 Well-Known Member

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    Outside of Heritage and tourist railroads here in the US there is only 1 operating narrow gauge railroad, in California, owned by USG, and runs from Plaster City to a gypsum quarry 26 miles away. Not much in terms of content for TSW though....

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  10. fabdiva

    fabdiva Active Member

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    Also for Narrow Gauge - most of Japan is narrow gauge.
     
  11. jedi247

    jedi247 Well-Known Member

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    If we get Narrow Gauge in TSW2, I'd also like to suggest the Cumbres and Toltec, Durango and Silverton, and White Pass and Yukon.
     

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