Train Dispatcher 3.5 Free Game Play

Train dispatcher 3.5 free game players
coaststarlight99 Wrote:
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> I have been really intereasted in this program in
> the past, do you guys think this is a hard program
> to master at first, or is it relatively easy to
> use like Train Simulator?
It is addictive. VERY addictive. It isn't hard to grasp, once you get the hang of it. But be careful: it is (--and I can't stress this enough--) VERY ADDICTIVE. No kidding.
Using the 3.0 version, one ends up wanting to complete a day's dispatching (all shifts!) if at all possible, even knowing that one can 'Save the Simulation' where/when-ever you stop it -- and return later (after a good night's sleep!) to finish out [the day on-screen]. This sim runs for a good week (continuous, 7-days), and you can do a LOT to keep things moving -- or flood the whole RR if you fall asleep, as I did one rainy Saturday afternoon. I awoke about 4 hours later, stiff neck & all from snoozing while still sitting up, and the sim was still going -- in 'Run-2' [twice normal time], and so many trains had backed up that it took the entire rest of the day (between 'quick snacks & bathroom breaks') to clear up the mess! It was as if a hurricane had come through, and did moderate damage to the line in question. Even Amtrak was stuck between the freights, far more than normal (..LOL).
I had been running Fred Frailey's Year-2000 RF&P/North End [CSXT] sim, which I also co-wrote with a friend for Fred, and which was based on REAL CSXT traffic over that double-desk territory [C.Q. and A.E.], and with the many FRA-imposted track warrants that were occuring during that time-period, after the Washington Post newspaper story, written by none other than Don Phillips, broke the story about CSXT's deteriorating track. With VRE commuter traffic during the weekday parts of the sim, it became a nightmare to clear the MASSIVE logjam that afternoon (all the way from downtown 'D.C. to Rocky Mount NC), and how THAT was accomplished, I think gave me a few gray hairs! But it was a challenge that I gladly accepted -- and as stated, it became VERY addictive.
VERSION 3.5, I'm informed, allows mulitple users (at different locations) to run simulations that are actually 'joined' from end-point to end-point, similar to what the actual RR dispatchers do: they don't just dispatch their own, individual territories, but CO-OPERATE with other dispatchers on other territories to get various trains through AS THEY APPEAR/DISAPPEAR into/out of their areas. Pre-planning helps ('signal stacking' & other options), however as I have found from PRACTICE, sometimes [stuff] happens -- and when that monkey wrench clogs up the gears, creativity helps. If the RR [game] rules allow such creativity. AMTRAK and Commuter Trains would have priority, along with all Intermodal traffic. The rest, well .. you get those through as soon as you can. And, just as in real life, THAT is where the frustration can begin -- and where your individual creativity comes into play.
There are TWO variations for viewing the sims: 'Classic' (black screen with colored lines & 'signals'), and NON-classic (white background, with all lines and signals/switches seen as graphics - with 'trains' [locomotive/car icons] also seen traveling across each line, where those trains are operating within the sim. Personally, I have become hooked on the NON-classic View, since it is far easier (for ME) to follow the Train Icons, than just a line across the screen that lights up red or green (no matter how unrealistic that may be to the purists). Besides, it's also somewhat similar to the MODEL RR panels, except in this variation, the game is more of a GAME - thus you don't have the real-life pressure that dispatchers have on their shoulders - with peoples' lives. Whichever 'View' you choose is yours, and yours alone, to choose. BOTH Views are productive, depending on 'your level of realism.'
I RECCOMMEND THIS GAME FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE who has EVER wondered what it might be like to be a RR dispatcher. Signal Computer Consultants (SCC), those who designed this game, also provide the car-ID tags for prototype railroad rolling stock, and this particular Dispatcher Simulation game was, I understand, originally created as a BNSF panel teaching aid. The rest, as they say, is history.
You can even create your own territory, Prototype, Fictional or Freelance, and all of them offer many levels and/or avenues of enjoyment. The territories now available from SCC number in the HUNDREDS, with RR lines in many Earth-countries that have operating railroads. Most are, of course, within North America, however there are others from overseas countries as well. You can even AUGEMENT previously-existing territories, if you have the software (ordered from SCC) called 'Track Builder.' This is the software that allows anyone to literally create a new territory in the first place, or up-date existing territories - and it isn't TOO sophisiticated to learn how to do: it only requires patience, and some RR-line knowledge to make it work right.
Fictional and/or Freelance RRs? This game might be an effective tool to help design anyone's model train layout (club or home), and can also INSPIRE others to go to steps beyond what those tasks require. Bottom line: each individual desides for him/her-self what level of operation you want to run. Their Function Operations also allow the dispatcher to 'turn off' certain items such as helper assists, re-crewing, and so on. If you want a TRUE challenge, leave all those functions ON for your game: you will certainly come away with a lot of respect for what prototype dispatchers must endure, job-wise, when keeping their RR lines rolling fluidly.
I also understand that SCC isn't planning on a '4.0' version, as the car-ID tag business is what pays their bills, as well as prototype dispatcher-display jobs. So, apparently the 3.5 version will be as good as it gets -- unless things change and/or someone 'outside SCC' wants to tackle the 4.0 creation job him/her-self (I suspect you'd want SCC's permission or 'go-ahead' to attempt such a feat).
Cheers to SCC, and the Dispatcher (2.0 and 3.0 and) 3.5 game(s)!
Train dispatcher 3

Train Dispatcher is a free game which tests your skills with multiple difficulty settings, different game modes and a variety of achievements. You can design your own levels with powerful creator. If you have two or more friends nearby, enjoy these games that allow three or more players to play the same game. Unlike multiplayer games, these are meant to be played with one device. A common way to allow 3 players in one game is to let one player use the mouse and two other players use the left and right side of a keyboard. Train traffic control dispatching game Objective: Control switches and signals to safely route trains through a station while avoiding collisions. Instructions: Move your mouse to the left or right edges to scroll the screen. Train Dispatchers are the air traffic controllers of the railroads. They control the movement of trains over large track territories. This game simulates the gargantuan routing tasks a real-life dispatcher faces daily. The problem is that trains must share a limited number of tracks. Host Your Game on Kongregate. An open platform for all web games! Get your games in front of thousands of users while monetizing through ads and virtual goods. Find documentation and support to get you started. Upload Your Game; Our Publishing Program. With our publishing program, we can help get your games to millions of users on multiple.

Train Dispatcher 3 Customer Contributed (Free) Track Territory Library

Updated 8/2/2006

You can download individual territories. These territories are in self-extracting zip files that must be executed (opened) to create the territories. Click on the file name you want to download. You will then see a dialog asking what you want to do with this file.

  • If you choose 'Run this file from the current location', on the next dialog click the 'Unzip' button to expand the file to the specified folder. The specified folder should be the folder in which your copy of Train Dispatcher 2 and/or 3 is installed.
  • If you choose 'Save this file to disk', specify the folder where you want to download the file. After the file is downloaded you will have to execute it (open) by double clicking on the file name in the Window Explorer program or by clicking the 'Start' button, the 'Run' command and entering the file name.

Several customers have asked if we check the territories in the 'Customer Contributed (Free)' library for computer virus. Track territory files are data files that are processed by our program (Train Dispatcher 3) when you load them. They cannot introduce a virus into your computer.

Pancha maya kosha model. Softrail is a small three-employee company. The cost of updating and maintaining the Customer Contributed territories has become a financial burden in the last couple of years. Rather than charging a fee for accessing this free library of over 300 territories, several of our customers suggested that we ask for voluntary donation.

If you regularly use the Customer Contributed Territory Library and wish to make a donation to help us cover the costs of updating and maintaining the Customer Contributed territory library, it would be greatly appreciated. A donation of $1 a month or $12 a year would help us out considerably.

Train Dispatcher 3.5 Free Game Play Online

Train Dispatcher 3.5 Free Game Play

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Territories below in red are new or modified as of 8/2/2006.
NORTH AMERICAN TERRITORIES
Date Added
File Name
Description
Author
11/5/01
amtk-kingston1.exeAmtrak NEC Volume 9 (September 2001)
Kingston RI - Boston MA
Joe Tortorelli
11/5/01
Modified
amtk-newhaven1.exeAmtrak NEC Volume 8 (August 2001)
New Haven CT - Kingston RI
Joe Tortorelli
8/2/2006
amtk-pennstation1.exeAmtrak (1999 AM) Penn Station NY
Newark NJ - Sunnyside NY
Dave Barraza
3/14/01
amtk-wash1.exeAmtrak NEC Volume 1 (2000)
Washington DC - Perryville MD
Joe Tortorelli
3/5/01
as-fairbanks1.exeAlaska System (2000)
Fairbanks AK - Seward AK
F. W. Bryan
6/14/01
atsf-raton1.exeATSF
Raton Pass NM
Jim Milliron
8/2/2006
bnsf-kansas1.exeBNSF (2005)
Kansas City MO - Springfield MO
Roger R. Taylor
5/8/02
bnsf-stcroix1.exeBNSF (2000)
St Croix Tower WI - Aurora Junction IL
Matt Carlson
6/4/01
cnw-harvard1.exeChicago North Western (1957) Wisconsin Div
Harvard IL - Elroy WI
Paul Wacek
3/5/01
cnw-madison1.exeChicago North Western (1959) Wisconsin Div Madison District
Madison WI - Elroy WI
Paul Wacek
11/5/01
cnw-mankato1.exeChicago North Western (1960) Central Div
Mankato MN - Wessington SD
Paul Wacek
3/14/02
cnw-stpaul1.exeChicago North Western (1955) Twin Cities Div
St Paul MN - Altoona WI
Roger Mueller
12/2/2004
cnw-stpaul2.exeChicago Northwestern (1951) Western Division
St Paul MN - St James MN
Roger Mueller
9/23/03
cp-calgary1.exeCanadian Pacific (2003) Laggan Sub
Calgary AB - Field BC
F. W. Bryan
8/2/2006
cp-calgary2.exeCanadian Pacific (2006) Laggan - Mountain
Calgary AB - Revelstoke BC
F. W. Bryan
8/30/01
cp-keewatin1.exeCanadian Pacific (2001) Keewatin
Winnipeg MB - Kenora ON
Dave Leroux
6/4/01
cr-belle1.exeConrail Indianapolis (1996) Div/Sub
Bellefontaine OH - Berea OH
Eric Anderson
6/4/01
Modified
cr-berea1.exeConrail (1996) Dearborn Div/Sub
Berea Ohio - Toledo Ohio
Eric Anderson
3/16/01
Modified
cr-elkhart1.exeConrail (1996) Dearborn Div
Elkhart Indiana - Toledo Ohio
Eric Anderson
3/14/02
cr-elkhart2.exeConrail (1999) Dearborn Div
Elkhart IN - Battle Creek MI
D.J. Behm
6/4/01
cr-indiana1.exeConrail Indianapolis (1996) Div/Sub
Indianapolis IN - Bellefontaine OH
Eric Anderson
8/30/01
Modified
csx-albany1.exeCSX (2001) Albany Div
Selkirk NY - Buffalo NY
Thomes J. Salli
1/10/02
csx-buffalo1.exeCSX (2001) Buffalo Terminal Subdivision Rob Ball
3/14/03
csxt-fairview1.exeCSXT (2002) Lake Shore Sub
Fairview NY - Lackawanna NY
Rob Ball
3/14/03
csx-frontier1.exeCSX (2002) Frontier Yard
Buffalo NY
Ray Kopp
3/17/01
csx-hamilton1.exeCSX (2001) Louisville Div/Sub
Hamilton OH. - Lima OH
Terry Mefford
12/2/2004
csx-queensgate1.exeCSX (2002) Queensgate Yard
Covington KY
Ray Kopp
3/14/03
csxt-savannah1.exeCSXT (2003) Atlantic Coast Line
Savannah GA - Jacksonville FL
Jim Tylick
11/5/01
csx-weverton1.exeCSX (2000) CM Dispatcher
Weverton Md - Sinns PA - Johnstown PA - Strasburg Jct VA
Matt Adams
9/25/02
dlw-buffalo1.exeDelaware Lackawanna and Western (1954)
Buffalo Div
Buffalo NY - Johnson City NY
Joe Stoltz
11/5/01
drgw-una1.exeD&RGW (1952) Grand Junction Div
Una CO - Bond & Minturn CO
J.Swartzmiller
8/2/2006
el-kent1.exeErie-Lackawanna (1964) Mahoning Div - 1 & 2 Subd.
Kent & Cleveland OH - Meadville PA
Eddie Van Huffel
9/25/02
el-meadville1.exeErie-Lackawanna (1964)
Mahoning Div 3rd and 4th Sub
Meadville PA - Hornell NY
Joe Stoltz
9/25/02
el-meadville2.exeErie-Lackawanna (1974)
Mahoning Div 3rd and 4th Sub
Meadville PA - Hornell NY
Joe Stoltz
9/25/02
el-portjervis1.exeErie-Lackawanna (1964) New YorkDiv
Port Jervis NY - Suffern NY
Joe Stoltz
8/2/2006
ic-tenn1.exeIllinois Central (1972) Delta Division
All IC lines from TN - Central MS
Joe Marascalco
3/17/01
io-diann1.exeIORY (2001) DTI Div/Sub
Diann MI. - Washington Court House OH
Terry Mefford
9/25/02
lv-buffalo1.exeLehigh Valley (1970) Buffalo Div
Buffalo NY - Coxton Yard PA
Joe Stoltz
12/1/05
lirr-city1.exeLong Island Railroad (1999) AM
City Zone to Divide & Valley
Dave Barraza
12/1/05
lirr-city2.exeLong Island Railroad (1999) PM
City Zone to Divide & Valley
Dave Barraza
12/1/05
lirr-divide1.exeLong Island Railroad (1999) Eastern
Divide & Valley to Points East
Dave Barraza
8/2/2006
metra-elgin1.exeMetra (Former Milw) (2006) Milw District West
Pingree Grove-Elgin IL - Chicago IL
Gene Knol
6/4/01
metra-chicago1.exeMetra Electric (2000)
Chicago, IL - University Park, IL
Dorian Packard
12/2/04
milw-avery1.exeMilwaukee (1960-1970) Road Rocky Mountain-Third & Fourth Subdvsns
Avery ID - Deer Lodge MT
Gene Knol
12/2/04
Modified
milw-deer1.exeMilwaukee (1954-1960) Rocky Mtn 3rd and 4th Subs
Deer Lodge - Harlowton MT
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-harlowton1.exeMilwaukee (1955-1965) Trans-Missouri 3rd & 4th Subdivisions
Harlowton MT - Miles City MT
Gene Knol
4/15/05
milw-harlowdeer1.exeMilwaukee (1922 & 1952) Rocky Mountain Div
Harlowton MT - Deer Lodge MT
L.W. Baxter
4/15/05
milw-harlowdeer2.exeMilwaukee (1963 to 1977) Rocky Mountain Div
Harlowton MT - Deer Lodge MT
L.W. Baxter
12/2/04
milw-milescity1.exeMilwaukee (1950-1960) Trans-Missouri 1st & 2nd Subs
Miles City MT - Mobridge SD
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-mobridge1.exeMilwaukee (1948-1960) Hastings & Dakota
Mobridge SD - Montevideo MN
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-montevideo1.exeMilwaukee (1950-1970) H&D TCT MILW-Q Jt
Montevideo MN - St Croix Jct MN
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-othello1.exeMilwaukee (1950-1965) Coast-Idaho
Othello WA - Avery ID
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-portage1.exeMilwaukee (1950-1970) LaCrosse & River-Milwaukee
Portage WI - Chicago IL
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-stcroix1.exeMilwaukee (1950-1970) LaCrosse & River
St Croix Jct MN - Portage WI
Gene Knol
12/2/04
milw-tacoma1.exeMilwaukee (1960) Coast Division
Tacoma WA - Othello WA
Gene Knol
8/2/2006
milw-tacoma2.exeMilwaukee (1947-1953) Coast 3rd
Tacoma WA - Seattle WA
L W Baxter
11/28/05
ndm-queretaro1.exeNacionales de Mexico (1963-1993)
Queretaro - Irapuato Mexico
L.W.Baxter
8/2/2006
njt-newark1.exeNew Jersey Transit (1999) Hoboken
Newark NJ - Points West NJ
Dave Barraza
8/2/2006
nkp-toledo1.exeNKP (1955) W&LE
Toledo OH - Wheeling WV
Gregg Grabijas
12/2/2004
nycta-rockways1.exeNew York City Transit Autority (2004) IND
10 PM - 6 AM
205 or 145 - Rockaways or Avenue X
Dave Barraza
12/2/2004
nycta-rockways2.exeNew York City Transit Autority (2004) IND
6 AM - 11 AM
205 or 145 - Rockaways or Avenue X
Dave Barraza
12/2/2004
nycta-rockways3.exeNew York City Transit Autority (2004) IND
5 PM - 10 PM
205 or 145 - Rockaways or Avenue X
Dave Barraza
11/5/01
nycta-coney1.exeNew York City Transit Autority (1999)
Coney Island Tower
Dave Barraza
12/2/2004
nycta-mahattan1.exeNew York City Transit Authority (2003) IRT
Manhattan and Brooklyn NY 2003.trk
Dave Barraza
9/23/03
nycta-queens1.exeNew York City Transit Authority (2002)
Queens
Dave Barraza
12/2/2004
nycta-timessq1.exeNew York City Transit Authority
Times Square NY - Flushing NY
Paul Gibb
3/14/02
Modified
nyoandw-cornwall1.exeNew York, Ontario & Western (1938) Southern Div
Cornwall NY - Cadosia NY
Roger K. Mueller
4/15/05
nynh&h-woodnor1.exeNYNH&H (1965) Main Line - West End
Woodlawn NY - South Norwalk CT
Michael Ribuffo
1/10/02
ns-bellevue1.exeNorfolk Southern (1998) Lake Division
Bellevue OH - Fort Wayne IN
Eric Anderson
1/10/02
ns-buffalo1.exeNorfolk Southern (1998) Lake Division
Buffalo NY - Bellevue OH
Eric Anderson
3/5/01
ns-chatt1.exeNorfolk Southern (2000) GA Div. - Atl. N. District Chattanooga TN - Atlanta GAJohn Marbury
3/17/01
ns-cin1.exeNorfolk Southern (2001) Lake Div/Sub
Columbus OH. - Cincinnati OH
Terry Mefford
3/17/01
ns-columbus1.exeNorfolk Southern (2001) Lake Div/Sub
Columbus OH. - Sandusky OH
Terry Mefford
3/18/03
ns-decatur1.exeNorfolk Southern (2002) Illinois Div
Decatur Terminal IL
Tom Brugman
11/5/01
ns-fortwayne1.exeNorfolk Southern (1998) Southern Lake Division
Fort Wayne (New Haven) IN - Chicago IL
Eric Anderson
3/17/01
ns-kenova1.exeNorfolk Southern (2001) Pocahontas-Lake Div/Sub
Kenova WV - Columbus OH
Terry Mefford
3/14/03
ns-roanoke1.exeNorfolk Southern (2001) Virginia Div
Roanoke VA Area
Tom Brugman
9/25/02
Modified
ns-walton1.exeNorfolk Southern (2001) Virginia Div
Walton VA - Huddleston VA
Tom Brugman
3/14/03
pe-losangeles1.exePacific Electric (1944) Long Beach Line
Los Angeles (Downtown) LA - Watts (City) LA
Carl M. Lehman
12/2/2004
prr-enola1.exePennsylvania Railroad (1955) Enola Yard
Enola PA
Ray Kopp
3/14/03
pic-peroia2.exePeoria & Illinois Central (1990) North Main
Peoria IL - Chicago IL
Carl M. Lehman
3/14/03
pic-peroia3.exePeoria & Illinois Central (1990) Coal Mine Branch
Peoria IL - Mine 1 & Mine 2
Carl M. Lehman
3/14/03
pic-peroia4.exePeoria & Illinois Central (1990) Peoria Terminal Trackage
Peoria IL 1990
Carl M. Lehman
3/14/03
pic-peroia1.exePeoria & Illinois Central (1990) South Main
Peoria IL - St Louis MO
Carl M. Lehman
3/14/03
ri-blue1.exeRock Island (1966) Illinois Div
Blue Island IL - Stockdale IL
Dan Tracy
8/2/2006
Modified
ri-chicago1.exeRock Island (1962) Illinois Div
Chicago IL - Joliet IL
Tom Brugman
3/16/01
rut-albur1.exeRutland R.R. (1927)
Alburgh VT - Rutland VT
A.B. Brown
6/4/01
rut-bellows1.exeRutland R.R. Bellows Falls Sub (1927)
Rutland VT - Bellows Falls VT
A.B. Brown
3/16/01
rut-benn1.exeRutland R.R. (1927)
Rutland VT - Chatham NY
A.B. Brown
8/30/01
rut-ogdens1.exeRutland R.R. (1927)
Ogdensburg NY - Alburgh VT
A.B. Brown
3/14/03
sp-sanantonio2.exeSouthern Pacific (1995) Del Rio District
San Antonio (East Yard) TX - Del Rio TX
Carl M. Lehman
3/14/03
sp-sanantonio1.exeSouthern Pacific (1995) Glidden and Flatonia Subs
San Antonio (Kirby Yard) TX - Houston and Hearne TX
Carl M. Lehman
12/2/2004
u&d-kingston1.exeUlster and Delaware System (1926)
Kingston Point NY - Oneonta NY and Branches
Gordon Davids
9/23/03
up-alamojct1.exeUnion Pacific (2002) Del Rio Sub
Alamo Jct TX - Kirby Yard TX
Joe Culak
12/2/2004
up-eugene1.exeUnion Pacific (2003) Brooklyn Subdivision Valley Line
Eugene OR - Portland OR
Alan Liesse
9/23/03
up-hearne1.exeUnion Pacfic (2001) Austin Sub
Hearne TX - San Antonio TX
Joe Culak
12/2/2004
uphinkle1.exeUnion Pacific (2001) Spokane International
Hinkle OR - Eastport ID
Dave Hardie
6/4/01
up-oakland1.exeUnion Pacific (2001) Martinez Subdivision
Oakland CA - Sacramento CA
J. R. Ley
3/5/01
up-roseville1.exeUnion Pacfic (current)
Roseville Area Sacramento to Roseville-Binney Jct.
F. W. Bryan
3/14/03
up-sanantonio1.exeUnion Pacific (2000) Austin Sub
San Antonio (SoSan Yard) TX - Taylor TX
Carl M. Lehman
12/2/2004
up-colton1.exeUnion Pacific (2002) West Colton Yard
Colton CA
Ray Kopp
AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIESTrain Dispatcher 3.5 Free Game Play
Date Added
File Name
Description
Author
6/4/01
fc-maitland1.exeFreight Corp (2001)
Maitland NSW - Kempsey NSW
Dennis Colley
1/10/02
Modified
sra-hornsby1.exeState Rail Authority of NSW (1999) North Div/Sub
Hornsby NSW- Newcastle NSW
Richard Wardle
4/15/05
vic-flinders1.exeVictoria Rail (1966)
Flinders Street Melbourne Victoria
Bill Johnston
4/15/05
vic-tottenham1.exeVictoria Rail (2004)
Tottenham Area Victoria
Bill Johnston
EUROPEAN TERRITORIES
Date Added
File Name
Description
Author
3/14/03
oebb-muerz1.exeAustria OeBB (2002) BLS
Muerzzuschlag - SpielfeldStrass
Christian Plavec
5/8/02
obb-salzburg1.exeAustria OBB
Salzburg Area
Christian Plavec
3/14/02
obb-stpoelten1.exeAustria OBB (2001-2002) BLO-BLM
St Poelten Hbf - Wels Hbf
Christian Plavec
9/23/03
obb-wien1.exeAustria OeBB (2003) BLO
Wien - Parndorf
Christian Plavec
Modified
11/28/05
obb-westbf1.exeAustria OBB (2001) Westbahn
Wien Westbf - St Poelten Hbf
Christian Plavec
11/5/01
obb-suedbf1.exeAustria OBB (2001) BL Os
Wien Suedbf - Wiener Neustadt
Christian Plavec
12/2/04
obb-worgl1.exeAustria OBB
Worgl - Innsbruck
Christian Plavec
9/23/03
obb-wrneustadt1.exeAustria OeBB (2003)
Wr Neustadt - Mrzzuschlag
Christian Plavec
12/2/2004
dsb-copenhagen1.exeDenmark DSB (2003)
Copenhagen - Odense
Claus Liberg Rasmussen
8/2/2006
dsb-copenhagen3.exeDenmark DSB (2005-2006)
Copenhagen - Ringsted
Claus Liberg Rasmussen
8/2/2006
dsb-copenhagen2.exeDenmark DSB (2005)
Copenhagen - Sprogo
Claus Liberg Rasmussen
6/4/01
vr-oulu.exeFinland VR Ltd (2001)
Oulu-Kontiomaki
Teemu Vehkaoja
1/10/02
vr-oulurov.exeFinland VR Ltd.(Summer 2001) Rovaniemi Line
Oulu - Rovaniemi
Teemu Vehkaoja
1/10/02
vr-ouluyli.exeFinland VR Ltd (March 2001)
Oulu - Ylivieska
Teemu Vehkaoja
3/14/03
vr-seinajoki1.exeFinland VR Ltd (1997) Seinajoki DS 1&2
Seinajoki - Ylivieska 1997.trk
Teemu Vehkaoja
Modified
11/28/05
sncf-aixlesbains1.exeFrance SNCF (2003)
Aix les Bains - Bourg St Maurice
Christophe Mazoyer
9/25/02
sncf-paris1.exeFrance SNCF (1998) Paris
La Defense - Versailles
Peter Whatley
Modified
11/28/05
sncf-lyon1.exeFrance SNCF (2005)
Lyon Part-Dieu
Christophe Mazoyer
11/5/01
dbb-duesseldorf1.exeGermany DBB (2000)
Duesseldorf - Bochum
Christian Plavec
8/30/01
shm-hoorn1.exeThe Netherlands SHM (2001)
Hoorn - Medemblik
Frank Inklaar
5/8/02
ns-haag1.exeThe Netherlands NS (2002)
Den Haag - Schiphol
Christian Plavec
3/14/03
ns-haag2.exeNetherlands NS (2002)
Den Hagg - Dordrecht
Christian Plavec
6/14/01
ratp-rerlignea.exeRATP (2001) RER Ligne A
Paris-Gare de Lyon - Saint-Germain en Laye
Frédéric REVOL
8/30/01
rhb-chur1.exeSwitzerland RhB (2001) Glacier-Express
Chur - St. Moritz
Christian Plavec
12/2/04
sbb-domodossola1.exeSwitzerland (2003) SBB/BLS Loetschberg
Domodossola - Thun
Christian Plavec
3/14/03
Modified
sbb-zurich1.exeSwitzerland Swiss Federal Railways (2002-2003) I-BF Knoten Zuerich
Zuerich Main Station Morning
Thomas Kuenzi
6/4/01
sbb-zurich2.exeSwitzerland Swiss Federal Railways (2001) I-BF Zurich Fernbereich 2a
Zurich - Lake Zurich Area
Thomas Kuenzi
11/5/01
sbb-limmattal1.exeSwitzerland Swiss Federal Railways (2001) I-BF Zuerich Fernbereich 2b
Zuerich - Limmattal
Thomas Kuenzi
8/30/01
sbb-zurich3.exeSwitzerland Swiss Federal Railways (2001)
Zurich Main Station Evening
Thomas Kuenzi
6/4/01
sbb-olten1.exeSwitzerland Swiss Federal Railways (2000)
Zuerich - Olten
Christian Plavec
FICTITIOUS RAILROADS
Date Added
File Name
Description
Author
9/25/02
fic-amz1.exeFictitious - AMZ System (2002)
Austell - Zane
Lou Lukash
9/23/03
fic-bpe1.exeFictitious - Buffalo Pittsburgh and Eastern (1966) Clearfield Div
CM Jct - SR Tower
Evard DeMott
11/5/01
fic-carriso1.exeFictitious - Carriso RR (2010) Mountain Sub
Division - Plaster City
John Mercer
1/10/02
fic-canaan1.exeFictitious - Canaan, Dow City and Southern Railway J. Swartzmiller
3/14/03
Modified
fic-manitoba1.exeFictitious - Canada Manitoba Railway (2001) East Shore Division
Winnipeg MB - Ste. Theresa Point MB
Teemu Vehkaoja
8/2/2006
fic-cnfulton1.exeFictitious - Canadian National (2010) Central Division
Fulton KY - New Orleans LA
Joe Marascalco
3/14/03
fic-essens1.exeFictitious - Essens Valley Central RailroadJ. Swartzmiller
12/2/2004
fic-sncf1.exeFictitious France SNCF (2004)
Achicourt - Toirac 2004
Christophe Mazoyer
11/28/2005
fic-sncf2.exeFictitious France SNCF (2005)
Apt - Viry 2005
Christophe Mazoyer
3/14/03
fic-indiananorth3.exeFictitious - Indiana & North Central (2000) Adams & Chicago Subs
Necedah and Valporasio - Chicago
Charles R. Foss
3/14/03
fic-indiananorth1.exeFictitious - Indiana & North Central (2000)
Black River Falls & Knox City SD
Charles R. Foss
3/14/03
fic-indiananorth4.exeFictitious Indiana & North Central (2000) Central City Terminal Sub
Hugo Interlocking - Wolcottville
Charles R. Foss
9/23/03
Modified
fic-indiananorth2.exeFictitious - Indiana & North Central (2000)
Devils Lake & Detroit Subs Valley Junction - Mills Lake and Cloverdale
Charles R. Foss
8/30/01
fic-modelrr1.exeFictitious - Model Railroad ExampleF. W. Bryan
8/30/01
fic-morningtown1.exeFictitious - Morningtown (2001)
Tilbury - Linwood
C.Doorey
9/23/03
fic-sncfacajou1.exeFictitious - France SNCF (2003)
Acajou - Martignon
Christophe Mazoyer
3/5/01
fic-toronto1.exeFictitious - Canada
Toronto ON - Fort Erie ON
Terrance Holland
3/14/03
fic-tvrail1.exeFictitious - TVRail Corporation East End DispatcherTeemu Vehkaoja

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