The RWA Donationware Rolling Stock package has bee...
As you all know Railworks America has been growing...
THE END OF AN ERA BY MICHAEL D. CARVER ...
The Empire Builder by Buzz Baxter This ...
And then diesels came along by Buzz Baxter (Buzz45...
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The RWA Donationware Rolling Stock package has been updated. While testing new scenarios we discovered the horn, bell and smoke did not work. These have been fixed. If you did not already get the patch file from the forums, you can get it from the Donationware page. At http://railworksamerica.com/index.php/home/donationware/item/214-special-rwa-donationware-rollingstock-package-now-avaialble Go to the page linked above and scroll down a little...Read more
A small useful tutorial by awaken1977 on the RWA forums on how to use scenario markers instead of route markers in your scenarios (and why). Read it here.Read more
This problem started after the upgrade to TS 2014." Today I fired up TS2014 and went to my own route and the sim crashed a few seconds after I selected the route and free roam scenario I wanted. It failed seconds after hitting go. The crash closes the sim entirely. I then restarted and checked the RSC DLC routes, and...Read more
This tutorial is by Rick Grout of G-Trax. It will teach you how to make and add Warning Detectors and other sounds to scenarios. Trackside Warning Detector MessagesRead more
This tutorial is by Rick Grout of G-Trax. It will teach you how to make the fancy cinematic movies in some of the newer scenarios that come with DLC routes. Adding Cinematics to your ScenarioRead more
This tutorial is by Rick Grout from G-Trax. It will teach you how to make the fancy popups you see in many of the DLC routes for Train Simulator 2014. Creating Extended Dialogs - Pop UpsRead more
This link will take you to the Engine Driver Blog for the tutorial. Driving and Firing Steam Engines TutorialRead more
This link will take you to the Train Simulator Newsfeed for the tutorial. Setting up Google MapsRead more
Here's a nice video tutorial from Paul IHH (sly). In it we learn about the new TS2014 features for creating a Quick-Drive scenario.Read more
Author: James A. Knauer, B.Sc., CNEcaljrel@hotmail.comhttp://panamintcrossing.blogspot.com/ This guide will show you one method for creating a basic scenery model for TrainSimulator 2012 using Blender version 2.49. The original FT-1000 model is among the author's first attempts at 3d modeling in general, using only rudimentary skills and techniques. Get the PDF tutorial Get the source files, TS2012 models, and more models and work in...Read more
By AndiS from UKTrainSim.com May 1st, 2010 This is more or less a retrospective view at my first successful attempt at using Henning's great newexporter. It is aimed at people with moderate or beginner's knowledge of Blender, who are new tothe exporter. Get AndiS's PDF Tutorial. Get files created (zip file) while following this tutorial. Useful if you hit a snag.Read more
As you all know Railworks America has been growing very rapidly and as a result of this more and more resources of our shared server are being used. We have began to use so much CPU and PHP resources that are host has required us to move the RWA site to a dedicated server. On Wednesday, November 27, I purchased...Read more
bpetit from RWA says: "I'm writing this because I keep seeing people that don't know how to place trains in Scenario Editor." See bpetit's tutorial on blogspot.Read more
THE END OF AN ERA BY MICHAEL D. CARVER If you have been around this community or train simulator for any length of time, titles like “Colton to Northern” or “Ohio Steel 2” may summon fond memories and so you may know of Rich Garber. If you are new...Read more
This add-on includes models of two series of GN cabooses, a 30' wood cupola cabooseand 30' steel cupola caboose. The wood bodied cars were built from 1941 to 1945, the steel cars between 1941 and 1951, all in GN's own St. Cloud shops. Both were numbered in the X200 series. Five cars are included in this add-on, two wood body and three...Read more
RWDBRepair: a script for restoring the completion status of your Railworks scenarios. Chacal2013-09-28When you complete a scenario successfully in Railworks, it gets a green tick mark in the scenario list.This is important for keeping track of your progress and so you don't keep playing the same scenarios all over again.Railworks (TS2014) keeps information about this and other achievements in your local...Read more
The California Zephyr is a passenger train operated by Amtrak between Chicago, Illinois, and Emeryville, California, passing through the states of Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. At 2,438 miles (3,924 km) it is Amtrak's longest route and is also one of the most scenic, with views of the upper Colorado River valley in the Rocky Mountains, and...Read more
There are situations when you want to move the scenario start location (the location of the camera at the start of the scenario). You may have changed your mind, or you may have moved the scenario marker (the orange icon) by mistake. Moving the scenario marker manually in the scenario editor is a long and frustrating operation. Over long distances it...Read more
Drive long and heavy freight trains hauled by the classic BR 151*, the BR 120* or the BR 232* on Aerosofts Berlin - Wittenberg route. You will drive supply trains for the still "under construction" Airport BBI, container transports in dense traffic causing delays and even red lights or even small wagon transports with the good old BR 294*. Difficulty: 2/5;...Read more
The Empire Builder by Buzz Baxter This latest DLC from Rail Simulator is certainly one of their best efforts. The named train matches perfectly with Marias Pass and will also play well on a couple of other western routes like there was some kind of re-route due to a blockage of some sort. Additionally it will be a great run on...Read more