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BT2
August 9th, 2016, 12:26 AM
Hey guys, just curious out there if there are any good western US mountain routes out there or are currently being developed?
I do have a few routes in T:ANE, Mojave Sub, and Cajon Pass. The point of my questions is, is there other routes out there, specifically I am looking for Southern Pacific's Tennessee Pass, or Mt. Shasta Division. Or Union Pacific's Moffat Sub.
Are these routes out there? Are they compatible for T:ANE? Or is someone currently developing these routes?
I'd personally love to see these routes in T:ANE.

wmm1216
August 14th, 2016, 06:19 AM
You do not mention what exactly you use to determine "good US mountain routes". Is it the route length, location, yard activity, etc.

However, if you just want to run trains through the mountains check out Roy's Trains for the Rockies - amazing detail and activity awaits you there ( roystrainz.com ) for a starter. There are also many Canadian Rockies routes and threads if you search the forums.

Rocky Mountains Montana is another route that is in TANE.

Do a little searching and try a few. Good luck!

pdkoester
August 14th, 2016, 03:40 PM
TrainzItalia has the Donner Pass in two modes, normal and Winter. I would suggest it, pretty good too!