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Thread: Classifying a Route as Small, Medium or Large?

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    Default Classifying a Route as Small, Medium or Large?

    When submitting a Route under Package, the interface asks if the Route is Small, Medium or Large.

    I have not found a guidline where it states how to determine which size a Route is.

    Anyone that would like to give their thoughts on how to classify a Route, would love to hear what people think about this one. Is it baseboards, length of track, time factor of game play or some combination or other factors?
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    Let me throw 10 cents worth in the ring. I would think up to 10 base boards small, up to 30 base boards medium over 30 base boards big. over 100 base boards huge. For example my Goonyella Coal network is 204 baseboards and it is only about 40% finished
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    It's certainly an interesting question. My 110km route doesn't feel that big to me anymore since I know every curve and basically every junction on it

    I'd say an hour of driving time end to end is "large" by the average user's standards.



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