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Septa Market Frankford Line And Broad Street Line

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Mrengineer141, Jul 5, 2020.

  1. Mrengineer141

    Mrengineer141 New Member

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Septa Market Frankford Line and Broad Street Line. Would love to see these subway routes in 1 DLC. Broad street Line “Orange Line” “Kawasaki B-4 Cars” runs from Fernrock transportation center “North philly” to NRG station “South Philly”, Subway spends more time underground, Stations from NRG station to Olney Transportation Center, The Broad Ridge Spur is a 2 Subway Car train, Runs from 8th Steet Station, Where it meets up with the Market Frankford El. And for the Market Frankford Line “El” “Blue Line” “Adtranz M4 Cars” runs from Frankford Transportation Center “Northeast philly” to 69th St Transportation Center “Darby/ West philly”. Stations underground from 2nd St to 40th St. [​IMG]
     
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  2. HamioSamio098

    HamioSamio098 Well-Known Member

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    Please could you add more information and pictures as I have no idea what this is.
     
  3. Mrengineer141

    Mrengineer141 New Member

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    Sure
     
  4. HamioSamio098

    HamioSamio098 Well-Known Member

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    Thank You!:D This does look very interesting
     
  5. Mrengineer141

    Mrengineer141 New Member

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    Your welcome
     
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    raildan Well-Known Member

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    The problem with this is they don't have a SEPTA license, which stopped them from doing SEPTA stuff in TS. And they don't like doing unbranded stuff in TSW I think
     
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    Mrengineer141 New Member

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    Wow, Very upsetting
     
  9. hurtfuleagle9

    hurtfuleagle9 New Member

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    They should have a SEPTA license because they have septa featured in ts2021 unless tsw isnt owned by dovetail
     

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