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    Default CP Rocky Mountain Routes Sequence

    Deleted, lost interest.
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    Mike,

    This might help you.

    https://goo.gl/maps/uW3DQ5ThLZ5UX9rK7

    Revelstoke is west of Rogers Pass and Golden and there's a bit of an overlap with the routes because they are arranged by division points.

    Roy did have a larger route covering the complete Canadian Rockies for sale for TS12. I have that route and it's quite substantial. Driving the route at real prototypical speeds, took well over 10 hours end to end.
    John
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    Hi John,

    thanks very much. I believe the route sections available on the Trainz Store are missing sections.

    Hence why i deleted my post. Searched for Roy's site and that seems to have disappeared.

    Your mention of the TS12 version is what i was probably thinking about. I do vaguely remember that it was a massive creation, end to end.

    Many thanks for taking the time to help John.

    Regards,
    Mike.

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    Actually, I think with the number of dlc routes now, there is overlapping coverage from Revelstoke almost to Lake Louise, and last I saw he was working on Calgary. So it is close to covering the Rocky Mountains. I think he posted once that he wanted to do it all as one route, but n3v had other ideas. But I do agree that purchasers should have the rights to merge them together, to keep with original vision. Then again, as updated routes, that may take more horsepower than a lot of folks have.
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    One route version, i would have purchased without any second thoughts.

    Not a fan of all these short bits of routes buddy.

    Particularly when N3V will not allow merging for payware.

    Mike.

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    There is actually a freeware version of this that's one full merged route - the MBC route by Doug56/Cayden. Obviously it's not up to par with the newer RoysTrainz versions but it does cover basically the whole route and I've had a lot of fun with it personally. Grab the TS2010 version over the TS12 version (which uses older SpeedTrees that don't work in TRS19/22). It will probably require some fixes but hey... it's free.

    http://www.doug56.net/MBC_2010_Route/page60.html
    Last edited by soap__; May 18th, 2022 at 10:44 AM.

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    That looks quite good buddy, i might have to take a look.

    Never realised it existed, thanks very much for the info .

    Mike.

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