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Thread: Route Oravita - Anina ( ROMANIA )

  1. #1
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    Default Route Oravita - Anina ( ROMANIA )

    Its a real route and its really nice!
    I will show you my videos from Anina to Oravita (from top to bottom)












    Hope you will enjoy this beautiful route!
    PS> I`m sorry i`ve posted in the wrong section...i think this should be in "Route Specification Forum"!
    Last edited by NF1-800; 10-16-2010 at 05:43 PM. Reason: Posted in wrong section! Sorry!

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    Would be nice if you posted a link where it could be downloaded and if it included any activities, required files, etc... Looks really nice though.

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    Visit www.train-sim.ro and you`ll find out what you need for it, i recommend to read the pdf named Oravita - Anina in the route folder after its installed.
    Good luck.

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    Hey, thanks for the link! Looks like it has everything needed... I would imagine that most here would have had no idea where to look. Many thanks...

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    How many activities are included with the route?

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    Seven activities are included, some with freight shunting, others with passenger traffic. One diesel-electric locomotive, one 0-10-0 steam locomotive, two passenger carriages (use only on this route) and some Fals-type freight waggons with coal are included in the package, also.
    Thre route is 33 km long and its maximum speed is 20 km/h. It depicts the oldest Romanian route still in use, in the Anina mountains.

    The included activities are in Romanian, please download the separate pack with activities in English from: http://www.train-sim.ro/index.php?op...d=24&Itemid=32

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    Believe it or not this is still a GREAT route and it still works, however i do need the following two files previously found on the now closed train-sim.ro: "sounds Common Sounds Pack" and "diesel units X4500". If someone knows anyone involved in the original making of this outstanding and historically very important route please get in touch.

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    Is there another source for this route?

    Jon

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    Nice, no videos.
    I hope, the Community can understand my posts.

    Michael

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