Version and Release Date: 1, 1-28-21

Description: Most tracks & roads in the area defined by the Nashville Terminal (Tennessee)
including CSX (L&N, NC&StL) and Tennessee Central (Nashville & Eastern)

Installation Method: One small zip file

Size of Download: approx. 100 mbt.

Size of Installed Route: 140 mbt.

Prototypical or Freelance Operations; Terminal, Yard, Switching:

Freight or Passenger: Both prior to 1979, Freight at present

Era or Genre: Depends on Era of route using this terminal.

Location: Nashville, TN

Length of Mainline: 20 miles +-

Length of Branches: less than 10

Number of Branches: depends on definition

Number of Sidings: several

Number of Yards: 1 main, several small

Mixture of Dual and Single Track: 50/50

Level of Trackside Detail: none except 4 specific bridges

Percentage of Scenery Completed: 0%

FPS Specs, with qualifiers: Will depend on route this Terminal is used with

Activities Provided: none

Non-Default Consists or Rolling Stock Required in Activities: N/A

Add-In Track Sets: Xtracks, Mtracks

Xtracks Required?, Version:

Newroads Required?, Version: current

Tsection.dat Build: 38 or later

Freeware: Custom Objects.

URL for More Information and Screenshots: N/A

Known Problems: none

Where it can be downloaded: library

Extra information: This route can be used to start 5 or 6 possible complete routes. The author intends
to use it for Louisville to Nashville, and Nashville to Chattanooga. Others may want
to use it for Evansville to Nashville, Nashville to Memphis, or Nashville to Birmingham.
It could also be used for further Tennessee Central routes. Create your desired
route & generate the terrain. Then copy this route, with its tsection.dat files into your
new route and then do a track & road database rebuild. If you have already used
dynamic track, then do not copy the tsection.dat, but in that case you may have to
reinsert the dynamic pieces, and you will have to manually select each track or road
piece which will place the data into the appropriate database file.

Designer's e-mail for more info: [email protected]