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    How I do read the numbers for the road numbering, for example YARNish L2 DL1 -Si+Sh, seasonal. I understand some of it, Yet Another Road Network, and seasonal. What does the rest mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaCharlie62 View Post
    How I do read the numbers for the road numbering, for example YARNish L2 DL1 -Si+Sh, seasonal. I understand some of it, Yet Another Road Network, and seasonal. What does the rest mean?
    ish = in YARN roads, cars suddenly 'jump up' when transitioning from intersections to the roads itself. There is a height difference between the roads and the intersections in the YARN series by maddy25, which all the YARNish series are based on, but the YARNish series have this 'jump up' eliminated.
    L2 = 2 Lane road
    DL1 = One Dashed Line, denotes passing in both lanes
    -Si = No Sidewalk
    +Sh = With Shoulder
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    Thank you vey much for your help in understanding this. Is there a glossary of terms in Trainz Wiki?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaCharlie62 View Post
    Thank you vey much for your help in understanding this. Is there a glossary of terms in Trainz Wiki?
    No there isn't.
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    Thanks again for the help. I thought working for 2 railroads when I was young was a learning experience, this is MORE of a learning curve than the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaCharlie62 View Post
    Thanks again for the help. I thought working for 2 railroads when I was young was a learning experience, this is MORE of a learning curve than the real thing.
    All the YARNish roads use the same naming system, go to the Download Station (https://www.auran.com/DLS/) type in yarnish and you'll see a large variety of item available for download.
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