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Thread: Route - Mexico City - Querétaro - Guanajuato

  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigoville View Post
    Thanks a lot my friend, this route is a very nice challenge to my patience... Very more complicated than Mex3... Too many suburban areas and a lot of curves... Etc.... But I am progressing well using the time that covid provided (stating at home)

    Stay safe all!!!

    Thanks and regards

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    One question. Is this MSTS Compatible?

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by USASpiritlineTrains View Post
    One question. Is this MSTS Compatible?
    Hello,

    They are only compatible for Open Rails... both MEX3 (Mexico Veracruz) and MEX5 (Mexico Guanajuato)

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigoville View Post
    Hello,

    They are only compatible for Open Rails... both MEX3 (Mexico Veracruz) and MEX5 (Mexico Guanajuato)

    Regards

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    How is it possible to make a route compatible with Open Rails only?

  4. #44
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    Well what I tested during the development of MEX3 (Mexico Veracruz) that terrain complexity is not supported by MSTS (clearly noticed at Acultzingo summit)... And OpenRails runs both routes softly without any issue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigoville View Post
    Well what I tested during the development of MEX3 (Mexico Veracruz) that terrain complexity is not supported by MSTS (clearly noticed at Acultzingo summit)... And OpenRails runs both routes softly without any issue...

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    Speaking of which can you send me the two tone blue Mexican Locomotives? I'll pm you with my email.

  6. #46
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    I have already provided two units. Waiting only for the release of the excellent route

    Chimbica Dash8

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    Beautiful locomotives, Anderson!
    Borislav
    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/signaturepics/sigpic100353_2.gif

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    Quote Originally Posted by =FI=Ghost View Post
    Beautiful locomotives, Anderson!
    They are available here.
    Just increase with my personal touch.
    Too bad the route CANNOT BE AVAILABLE.
    Chimbica Dash8

  9. #49
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    My family traveling on the FNM #3683 Zempoala Dinner

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  10. #50
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    Remembering those days building places on the Mex 5 route (here the Refinery at Salamanca Gto)

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