• All Aboard's Fort Smith To Heavener Route Released

    All Aboard is proud to announce its last route for sale, the Fort Smith To Heavener. The Fort Smith To Heavener route is almost 50 miles long with tons of switching in the Fort Smith area, but as well, a long mainline run stretch (and double-tracked too!) to Heavener over 30 miles in length. Large yards in both Fort Smith and the Heavener areas and lots of industries to switch. These industries are extra large and well detailed, and many of them are faithful reproductions from the actual buildings still there today.

    The Fort Smith To Heavener route is fully detailed through-out and runs very well frame-rate wise. There are many new structures from All Aboard too as well as newly created terrain textures to give that 'unique' look and feel from even previous All Aboard routes. The placement of scenery is derived from satellite images giving the Fort Smith To Heavener route that prototype look. Almost 20 standard scenarios and free ware scenarios will give you plenty of railroading hours. And for the route builder, you'll be glad to know the new buildings, and there are many, are useable in your own routes too!

    So come on over to allaboardrails.com today and take a peek at the five slide-show presentations for the Fort Smith To Heavener route! Affordably priced (uses default rolling stock for scenarios) this is a route you will want to add to your North American route(s) collection.

    Route Page:

    http://allaboardrails.com/am.htm

    2 Comments
    1. daniellouwrens's Avatar
      daniellouwrens -
      This Route is excellent, when I start driving in it I get so immersed that time goes by without my realising it.

      I would recommend it without qualification, it is just great.

      The activities are excellent and well thought out, and they work.

      Cheers

      Daniel
    1. Redd's Avatar
      Redd -
      Got it this year and it’s still one of the best looking routes out there for Train Sim classic! Hours of eye candy and enjoyment. Always something new to discover unlike the barren DTG routes still being pumped out today for the quick cash grab. Get it. You won’t be disappointed.
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