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    I read this as you are looking for a real route. However, if you are referring to an MSTS route that was popular, might it be the London and Port Stanley?

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    No it was a real life self contained route around 15 miles or so; I'm still looking...
    Vern.

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    How about the Iowa Traction Railroad?

    http://www.jtbell.net/transit/MasonCity/

    Paul :-)

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    Two comes to mind , Des Moines and Central Iowa and the Ft Dodge line
    https://theperrynews.com/des-moines-...ban-long-gone/
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    No it was a real life self contained route around 15 miles or so; I'm still looking...
    What state was it in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rt35ge View Post
    What state was it in?
    I’m fairly certain it was either New England, or possibly New Jersey or MA.
    Vern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    or possibly New Jersey
    Was it the North Jersey Rapid Transit?
    https://www.glenrockhistory.org/post...s-in-glen-rock

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    Sadly no, it was a rural line linking two small towns.
    Vern.

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    Could it be the Garrett, Meyersdale and Salisbury? Also know as the Pennsylvania & Maryland Street Railway? It paralleled the Casselman River. It also paralleled the WM and B&O mainlines between Meyersdale and Garrett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    I’m fairly certain it was either New England, or possibly New Jersey or MA.
    Springfield Terminal? Check out str_v2.zip

    MSTS Route--Springfield Terminal v2. This is mostly a scenic update for the original Springfield Terminal route, but it is a complete route and will not interfere with the original route if you want to keep it as well. The six mile long STRy was the last electric shortline in New England. The line connected Springfield Vermont with the Boston and Maine at Charlestown, New Hampshire. The route is set in the early 1950s and includes passenger only trackage that was taken out of service in 1947. Route requires New Roads v4.0, xtracks v3.20, and MSTSBin 1.7. Created by Paul Charland.

    Jon

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