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Thread: Run8 V3 Roseville Sub ( Donner Pass )

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    There is a Depot style schematic supplied by Run 8 (goes into the usual manual/docs folder) shows the main track layout and industry locations.
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    I see so you have to buy it first ?

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    If it’s effectively part of the package I wouldn’t want to reproduce it here and breach copyright. Perhaps we can tag Dale or Jason see whether they can check with Brad or John if it’s okay to do so?

    Edit: You can actually view the map from the Run 8 site route page:
    http://www.run8studios.com/roseville.shtml

    Scroll down to just under the DS board image for a link to the pdf.
    Last edited by NorthernWarrior; 06-20-2022 at 10:47 AM.
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    Wow that is lots of good detailed information on the map. Nothing to do with the quality, but I'm not a big fan of double track operations. I'd be curious to see how the AI treats those center sidings and will slower traffic pull over or allow passengers and higher priority traffic to overtake them. If the later is true, then this give me tons to think about.

    I love the SE and I'm lookking forward to Fitzgerald. But it takes quite a bit of manpower vs what I see here and given a smaller group this seems more inviting.

    Even the NE is cool but the double track has always been an operation I'm not too keene on.

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    Otto is doing interesting things. Doing his favourite trick of alternating trains in the same direction between Track 1 and Track 2 instead of keeping them behind each other. This led to a bit of a dog knot at Norden in the Busy SS session, where I had to intervene and delete a couple of trains in a stand off due to the short sidings. So while yes technically it's double track, Otto is playing it like it's two single tracks.
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    On the Roseville Sub and if you go into the AI generator you will see spawn points with 5300 .These are trains that will spawn at 5300ft a work around for trains of an earlier era when they weren't monsters of today at between 8 and 14000 ft long.
    The power on these 5300 ft trains is also old skhool with Dash 9's and tunnel motors. The other spawn points with the same name but not having the 5300 is more modern trains and they get spawned in at who know what different lengths.
    Yes Otto likes to keep traffic moving till it hits a wall
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    There is a Depot style schematic supplied by Run 8 (goes into the usual manual/docs folder) shows the main track layout and industry locations.
    Hi Vern,
    Can you show the path to these maps as I can't seem to find them.
    Cheers,
    Gerry
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    It can also be found here: C:\Run8Studios\Run8 Train Simulator V3\UserGuide
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