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Thread: Route - Mexico City - Veracruz "FCM railroad"

  1. #271

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    Go to trainsim --> file library --> routes. Search for surfliner. 2.2/2.3 was released back in January 2019.

    I think you'll like it.

    I can hardly wait for you to release your Mexico route. I looks fabulous!

    Alan

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    There is a Surfliner route and it should work fine in OR
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiball 3985 View Post
    There is a Surfliner route and it should work fine in OR
    Thanks! Do you know where is this route??

    I thought it was here but it is not http://www.3dtrainstuff.com

    Thanks and
    Regards

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    Nope, the route is right here on this site; just search for routes under "surfliner" and you'll find the latest version (preferably the spanned .zip's)

    I assume by that link to 3dtrainstuff, you actually meant 3DTrains, which supplies the Surfliner trainset here:
    http://3dtrains.com/products/ts/trai...urfliner.shtml

    It also comes with Metrolink and Coaster trainsets for some variety along the route, and the file library here has plenty of activities to work with (you'll want those that say Surfliner "2" in the description)

    Edit: Also, greatly looking forward to seeing this route and all its facets of rail operations

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatSolitaryGuy View Post
    Nope, the route is right here on this site; just search for routes under "surfliner" and you'll find the latest version (preferably the spanned .zip's)

    I assume by that link to 3dtrainstuff, you actually meant 3DTrains, which supplies the Surfliner trainset here:
    http://3dtrains.com/products/ts/trai...urfliner.shtml

    It also comes with Metrolink and Coaster trainsets for some variety along the route, and the file library here has plenty of activities to work with (you'll want those that say Surfliner "2" in the description)
    Thanks for the information!!

    Regards

    Enviado desde mi SM-A720F mediante Tapatalk

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    Testing the Full Route from Veracruz to Mexico City... I am recollecting all errors to be fixed to state officially as completed with no functional errors...

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    Here climbing with 3%... Between Cordoba and Fortín approaching to the nice Metlac Bridge (being a significant icon of the route)... And showing his face at the back the "Orizaba's Peak"

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    Outstanding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Rick

    http:\\mononrr.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick-MONON View Post
    Outstanding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks a lot Rick...

    I remember Monon route as one of the routes that I used for a long time... running Ferromex heavy freight trains... I am still remember some of the scenarios of Monon, there was a special area with a big big yard that I used to consolidate the trains....

    Then I was using also ADFRR (CNW) and then I decided to start creating my own route (Mexico - Veracruz) based on real data...

    Thanks and regards!

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    This has to be the best route coming out in a long time.

    Fantastic stuff!

    Robert

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