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    Default Lisbon Trams?

    I have recently fallen in love with Portugal (I'm considering retiring there) and I wonder if anyone has made a route of the tramway system in Lisbon, and the splendid old streetcars that are still happily clattering along? I've done a quick search and not found anything.

    Thanks,
    Mick

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    Hello Mick from Spain, near of Portugal

    Yes there are not Portuguese layouts for Lisbon trams, only the trams itself here. -> http://www.zatovisualworks.eu/ibtz/downloads/?cat=19

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by manweb View Post
    Hello Mick from Spain, near of Portugal

    Yes there are not Portuguese layouts for Lisbon trams, only the trams itself here. -> http://www.zatovisualworks.eu/ibtz/downloads/?cat=19

    Regards
    Thanks Manweb.

    Spain is pretty cool too! I have been to Barcelona, San Sebastian and Madrid. Parts of Los Angeles have a similar feel, that's why I like to live here.

    These trams are a very good start, so thank you, although I am tempted to retexture them with photorealistic textures.

    So, next, does anyone know of catenary for trams on Trainz that looks something like this? Doesn't have to be exact, just this style and period.

    [IMG][/IMG]

    Your help is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Mick

    PS I always search myself for things like this, but it's not easy to find sometimes, and there's always the chance that someone knows of something suitable.
    Last edited by Mick_Berg; June 30th, 2018 at 07:00 PM.

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    Look for the catenary by by Paul May (paulzmay).

    He made a slew of tram poles, which are easy to place. They are track objects that you place along your ROW followed by a simple 20 m wire spline that you line up under the insulators.

    All the bits and pieces are on the DLS.
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    Hello Mick I'm from Barcelona

    Thanks for your kind words

    About the track and the catenary, at the same donwload tram page say.

    Vía recomendada (en la DS): (Recomended tracks (on DLS))

    CMX_Tramtrack_1000mm, <kuid:252271:102208> de crofelix


    También tiene vía estándar en el mismo pack (standard track too in the same pack)
    http://www.auran.com/TRS2004/DLS_pac...etPackID=12559

    or http://www.auran.com/TRS2004/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=101401

    Catenaria y soportes de ídem recomendados (en la DS): (Catenary and pylons recomended)
    Tramtraction-isospan_(5.70m),<kuid:252271:102210> también de crofelix (crofelix too) -> http://www.auran.com/TRS2004/DLS_packcontents.php?AssetPackID=12579

    Soportes de andi06: (suports from andi06)
    Tram Cat-64 Pole & Wire,<kuid2:122285:1116:2> -> http://www.auran.com/TRS2004/DLS_pac...setPackID=6411

    Regads.

    Manuel

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    Thanks John and Manuel. This stuff will work fine.

    Manuel, Barcelona is a beautiful city. I envy you for living there! Pity Gaudi was run over by a tram

    All the best,

    Mick

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