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    ATSF Seligman 2.0 and BNSF Seligman 2.0 from streamliers

    I have the ATSF Seligman Sub 2.0 from Streamlines and I am wondering what is the difference between it and the BNSF Seligman 2.0 form Streamlines?

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    The ATSF version comes with pre-BNSF Locomotives and pre-BNSF Rolling stock... & Man-made "scenery", track layouts, and Traffic Control is all set up for that era.

    The BNSF version comes with BNSF Locomotives and Rolling stock... & Man-made "scenery", track layouts, and Traffic Control is all set up for that era.

    Other than that, the rest of the routes, like vegetation and such, is pretty much identical.

    That is why SLI can offer the BNSF Version Upgrade to the ATSF version. If the BNSF route was too different, that would not be possible.
    Last edited by MCDemuth; 04-22-2015, 06:15 PM.
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      Brad,
      If you are looking for a big difference in the track between the two routes from Streamlines then you will not get it. In order to get the track that goes through Oak Ridge on what was the original route by ATSF then you will need to download Bob Wirth's Seligman Sub route which is here in the downloads and is a very fine route. Bob's route includes the original route as well as the cutoff.

      There are seven files that comes with Bob's route and there have been several activities made for it--even more than have been made for Streamline's version of the route. That might tell you something. Just do a search for Seligman Sub and then go to pages 6 and 7 to get the route files.

      Bob Edwards

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