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    Default Great Freeware Routes

    Hi all. Hope everyone is having a nice weekend.

    I'm looking for some fun and interesting routes to download for MSTS/OR. I have both programs installed on my system and running well, and I have downloaded one of my favorites from the last time when I was MSTS'ing---the Full Bucket Line! I'm also going to get the Wupper Express and the Mountain Electric, which I remember as being fun.

    So what are some other great freeware routes to try? I am mainly an explorer, but I'll sometimes do an activity for the heck of it if there is good detail. I've browsed the library here and have made not of a few to try in the coming weeks, but I'd like to hear from you guys.

    Thanks!

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    Cima Sub and Surfliner with the latest add-ons come to my mind.
    Borislav
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    Newly released PRR-ER
    Chris
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    How about Blackfoot Sub? That's a good one

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    Can't go wrong with the Monon.
    If you're narrow minded the new RGS is really good

    Randy

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    For North American content, anything Paul Charland has uploaded to the F/L is stunning (Conn River Route, the DAR, FJ&G, Springfield Terminal). Those are all set in the past. For modern American railroading, check out the Horse Shoe Curve route, or Surfliner 2.3.

    If you're at all interested in Polish routes, there are two amazing OR routes available on the-train.de. They come with everything needed to run and are packaged as mini-routes. They have full timetable modes written out for them, with lots of services ranging from local commuter trains to heavy freight trains. The two routes are Podkarpacie E-30 and Linie 353.

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    There is an amazing French Route called LGE version 4. Located at FunTrain.net

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    Thanks for the heads up in regards the Polish routes.

    Just started downloading them both.
    The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt

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    The L&PS is gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooltroll View Post
    The L&PS is gorgeous.
    Yes, I remember that one from back in the day! On the list.

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