Looking great Justin. If you need any help testing or doing anything like that please let me know as i have spare time at the moment
It's great that you are extending the route. I see from the screen shot above you have laid roads and it also looks like you have also included an 'interactive' like a road crossing.
Other route builders in the past have found that adding roads and interactives (which link to the track database) can cause problems if you start adding track to the route. I would suggest you research this potential issue further before proceeding.
Thanks heaps Matt for changing the thread name.
No worries. Just make sure you don't spill the coffee in that cabview!
This looks fantastic Justin and as an epping guy myself can't wait for this, I have a question though as I'm new to all this sim stuff and I just got a beefy new rig and msts 2012/railworks 3 do these routes work in the new game?
.... do these routes work in the new game?
The short answer is no, this route is created for the Microsoft Train Simulator program and will not work on Train Simulator 2012/RW3.
As the other folks said the short answer is unfortunately a no, Microsoft Train Simulator was created back in 2001, You can have the Epping Line for any simulator if you're willing to make it yourself.
The best bet is it will work in Openrails which is a free to download utility/simulator which has enhanced physics/sounds bringing MSTS routes/addons to a more modern feel simulator but using all your MSTS trains/routes etc.
Thanks for your kind words, so far touch wood, progress is going very well, I hope I don't suffer from a hard disk failure as such lol.
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