We return to the Central Vermont's Champlain Division in 1990, a full 30 years from where we last left it. Change is everywhere, and the Canadian National continues to operate the CV as a somewhat profitable system,
although the march to privatization has begun. It will be only five years until the CV will cease to exist.
Change is also apparent on the shortline Western Vermont, who has seen their line cut drastically in the past decade and now operates out of Waterton. Railfan excursions as well as trackage rights to serve the industrial park at Blakeman have kept them afloat.
The Delaware & Hudson is gone; swallowed up by Guilford in 1984, spat out and swallowed again by Canadian Pacific.
Finally, passenger service over the division has returned in the form of Amtrak's "Montreal Flyer".
To install, just extract the .rwp file and use the Railworks Utilities application.
The assets required to run this route are as follows:
-VNHRR Springfield Route Version 2 (Payware)
-Portland Terminal Route (Payware)
-RWA Lakeside Route (Payware)
-Horseshoe Curve Route (Payware)
-3DTrains Scale Road Assets (Freeware but requires registration http://www.3dtrains.com/products/rw/scaleroad.shtml)
-Railworks Community Assets Project
-Hebron Depot (Freeware) http://railworksamerica.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=38&;t=13261
-PCBauer Barn Pack
-Kuju RailSimulatorUS and Core Assets (Included in game)
-Both of Jpetersjr Covered Bridges (Freeware at http://www.i-m.mx/jpetersjr/BigJProductions/)
-John Lippai's New River District Trestle Pack
-Great Northerner's Semaphores and wooden trestles (Freeware at golden-age-rails.com)
****Please note that the route is stocked with default Portland Terminal rolling-stock to allow you to access the free roam scenario. I encourage you to swap them out with more appropriate rolling stock, which can be found in the file library.
Keep an eye out for future scenarios in the File Library.
Please check out the repaints of others as well as my own in the file library which might enhance your enjoyment of the route.
Since the Central Vermont was a subsidiary of Canadian National, CN rolling stock as well as the Grand Trunk's are appropriate for this route.
I hope you enjoy this conclusion to the Central Vermont Champlain Division! Take a good look around, you will notice a lot has changed. I'd like to thank Buzz456, Overshoe, harryadkins and TD Henderson for their help as beta testers on the original route.
I'd also like to thank jpetersjr for his bridge models and Michael Stephen for his generous work in this sim which gave me endless content to use.
New England Railworks
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