This in-game DLC pack contains all four great downloadable routes that come with the "Deluxe Version" of Trainz A New Era.
A simulation of the famous North American freight and passenger route, Milwaukee Road's transcontinental mainline over St. Paul Pass between Drexel, Montana and Avery, Idaho. Including Northern Pacific's Lookout Pass line between Haugan, Montana and Mullan, Idaho. Discover the winding tracks through the iconic snowy hills famous to this beautiful region.
The Season Town Northern Rail Road (STNRR) is based in fictional 'Season Town' situated somewhere in the East or Middle West of the USA. The aptly named Season Town supports season change functionality. Control the weather and see how the route responds to the snow!
The layout provides a mainline section as well as a 6 mile branch line connecting a limestone mine with a cement plant, as well as a streetcar network consisting of four branches.
The Bidye Traction Railroad is a short line electric traction model railroad serving several inter-dependent industries.
The industries served by the railroad include:
The lumber mill, as an example, produces timber for the furniture works, and crates and pallets for the bakery, the metal can factory and the paint factory. Some of the metal cans are used by the paint factory. Milled grains are used by the bakery.
*Additional information about the layout, including Standard Operating Procedures and a detailed map, can be found in the N3V Documents folder.
The Warwick to Wallangarra route runs the famous Southern railway in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia. Set in 1990's era where a mix of Diesel freight and preserved steam trains frequent this route.
Wallangarra was created to service a break-of-gauge between Queensland's narrow gauge Southern railway line of 3ft. 6in. and New South Wales's standard gauge Main North railway line of 4ft. 8 1/2in. when the two systems came together in 1888.
The railway was the only rail link between Queensland and New South Wales until a standard gauge track was completed in 1932.
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