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    Default News from the Italian openBVE community

    Most attention these days goes to TS202x and TSW, but there is still a small but supportive openBVE community at work. Let's focus our attention to the Italian community from Trenomania in this post.

    A creator named Arco Etrusco there is creating the real-life route Rome-Florence. It is intended to build like Zusi routes: expand the route each time with a section or module of a certain length.

    More about that here:
    http://lnx.trenomania.it/forum/viewt...p=21840#p21840

    There was already a kind of beta-release of this route which contained about 5 km tracks, starting at Rome's through-station Roma Tiburtina and ending at Roma Nomentana.
    Since then, the route has been extended to the outer conurbation station of Settebagni (start of Rome-Firenze high speed line), and another preview release is available:
    http://lnx.trenomania.it/forum/viewt...p=21709#p21709

    They are also working on some rolling stock, this time an exterior model for the ALe.601/841 (=rebuilt/refurbished 601) EMU:
    http://lnx.trenomania.it/forum/viewt...p=21834#p21834

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    Again a bit of openBVE news from Italy: an external model for the "Pendolino Due", the Italian ETR 610 and Swiss SBB RABe 503 is being developed:

    http://lnx.trenomania.it/forum/viewt...p=21868#p21868

    With some modifications Polish (ED250) and Spanish (Renfe 114) versions are possible..

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