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  • eric
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    There are stand-ins. Jean Brisson's DIY route could easily be in Sonora.

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  • landnrailroader
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    A fellow in England was working on the Copper Canyon route but I haven't seen anything about that in a while. More recently he was working on that route in Peru that reaches highest point of any railroad in the world when it tops out. What he had done was pretty good. I have 3 or 4 routes that were sent just to me, not for distribution, that are parts of a ore hauler in Brazil.

    Jerry Sullivan

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  • Unoriginal
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    Yeah from what I saw it looked nice, but can't really say much else about it...

    I've thought about getting away with running some of the stuff I mentioned on similar desert routes such as seligman or green river, but I dunno.

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  • qballbandit
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    Rodrigo is a compete artist when it comes to route building. While I won't speak for him, I can say he has been working on a route that is mind blowing in detail and craftsmanship.

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  • crimsonfloyd
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    Someone was working on a route in the Mexico City area a couple of years ago but I haven't seen anything posted from him in quite a while. It was a beautiful looking route, too.

    Mark

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  • Unoriginal
    started a topic Routes set in Mexico?

    Routes set in Mexico?

    So I've been wanting to run some NdeM/FNM/TFM stuff as of late but I really can't find anything suitable to run that stuff with. I usually use full bucket line as a stand-in but I'm just wondering if there are any others out there.

    Yes, I know about that private one going around but since I doubt the public will ever get it I wouldn't count it.
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