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    Default Looking for a suitable route

    Hello all!

    I'm looking for some European or any other but North American, Aussie or Indian routes, that are long, preferably unelectrified and single track, and have multiple directions and branches. Modern setting and medium to high detail level are a must. Looking forward for your finds and offers!

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    Try the following, they might have a link to what you are looking for.

    https://www.railserve.com/Computers/MSTS/
    Last edited by MMSS; 08-17-2019 at 07:05 PM. Reason: Link
    - Mark -

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    Savelovo v2 on trainsim.ru is a pretty good route. I can't think of any others, since your criteria have basically eliminated any big user base who would build routes

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    Ok, my criteria might have been a *little* bit too tight. Then I'll accept anything but the US. Still modern setting, unelectrified and detailed.

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    I have another one; sadly not un-electrified, the VBSR8 route spans most of Norway's electrified lines, which are for the most part single track. You can get it on http://banbyggarna.se
    Another big route is Denmark 2000H, currently available from http://tog-sim.dk
    Although it has many double-tracked and/or electrified parts...

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    There are some really cool routes available from trensim.com in Spain.
    http://www.trensim.com/lib/msts/inde...=category&id=9

    Start with "Ruta Valladolid-Ariza y Soria", which is a system of routes, mostly single track, and not electrified. Hills, valleys, and fertile plains. Yards, shops, terminals, everything. Even a small bit of narrow gauge.

    If that doesn't float your boat, there are several other good routes at that site as well.

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    Since you are apparently new to MSTS you need to consider which routes have activities that have been made for it. Some routes come with just a couple of activities. Unelectrified, modern and European? Good Luck on finding that one and then you want a long route? If it were North American I would suggest Bob Wirth's Santa Fe routes that going across Kansas and Colorado.
    Bob Edwards

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    Your Profile tells us little about you except your name? Where are you located? If, as your username suggests (?), you're in the UK then an obvious stop is www.uktrainsim.com which has a massive library and also does discs containing complete routes with stock packs and activities. I know discs seems odd nowadays but some of these are DVD's which would be massive downloads. Coming to the sim which is nearly 19 years old now there are still a lot of commercial add-ons (mainly German) available but these were made for older generations of hardware and models and detail levels have improved beyond all recognition from the default.
    Geoff
    Dorset - near The Swanage Railway.
    UK

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