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    I've copied this post from UKTrainsim as I thought Otto might like to see it - http://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtop...f=361&t=145881 .

    There is a Gotthardbahn coming as freeware.
    https://youtu.be/Dpy54ykF82E

    A thread in German is available on Rail_Sim.de
    http://rail-sim.de/forum/index.php/T...bahn/?pageNo=1

    It's based on a model of the real line
    http://rail-sim.de/forum/index.php/A...ckenkarte-jpg/
    The route climbs from near Erstfeld to Goschenen and then in to the Gotthard Tunnel.
    What the creators have done is to remove the motorway on the opposite side of the valley and replace it with another pair of tracks.
    But the section following the normal route follows the route and tunnels of the mainline with a number of very recognisable locations.

    The creators have said they will delay the release until TS2017 comes out to check compatibility and it should be released on the 17th September.
    Alan
    See this thread for my railway photos https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...78#post1935978

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    You can bet that I am interested, Alan, Swiss Railways and many thanks for the heads-up !

    It will keep my 2 version of the Albula company and will run it in my TS-2016, not planning to upgrade to TS-2017, unless those having it will confirm that it can indeed run all major TS-2016 routes and my friends Freeroam routes !

    Take care, Otto !

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    Thanks for starting this thread Alan, I was just about to do it myself. I understand that you do require some Payware assets from the following routes, Swiss Route SBB1, Three Country Corner Route from Just Trains and SAD's IM Koeblitzer Bergland v3 from Aerosoft, as well as several hundred freeware assets, which folks may have already if they have collected the freebie offerings over the years from the many European developers particularly from Germany and Austria. The route is very near completion and they are bundling up much of the freeware content as and when permission for distribution is granted. The scenarios included utilise the payware locomotives and rolling stock from Paul Mersel's website at CreativeWorX, which I believe is where you can download the route from upon release, it's now known as TrainWorX, it all gets very confusing.......

    https://www.mersel.nl/

    Cheerz. Steve.
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    Hi Steve !

    TrainWorX is a web site offering N-Scale items !

    http://www.train-worx.com/

    CreativeWorx is Paul Mersel's web site here:

    https://www.mersel.nl/category/trainsimulator/

    I am a member of the rail-sim.de forum and am waiting for its release to test it in my TS-2016 version, not updating it to TS-2017 just yet !

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    Hello Otto,

    Hmm, yes, Paul's website has changed its name now, it's still the same URL link, but, he has called it TrainWorx instead of CreativeWorX, for some unknown reason. the other train-worx website link has nothing to do with this game/simulator at all.

    Cheerz. Steve.
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