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St. Lawrence and Atlantic Hallsbury Division

TS 2017
Sunday, 30 October 2016
(15 Votes)

St. Lawrence and Atlantic Hallsbury Division by Jack Duffin (goddrauG)

StLawrenceandAtlanticHallsburyDivision.7z - 16.5 MB

The St. Lawrence and Atlantic is a real life shortline that runs from Portland, Maine to Montreal, Canada

UPDATED: 6 November 2016

 The St. Lawrence and Atlantic is a real life shortline that runs from Portland, Maine to Montreal, Canada. It runs on former Grand Trunk tracks and goes through mill cities and countrysides in Northern New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. This route represents that railroad on a fictional division in northern New Hampshire, along with a shortline railroad named the West Hallsbury Rairload.
The time period is adjustable from the 70's to today, and you can feasibly run about 7 railroads on this line that would make sense:
-Boston and Maine
-Maine Central
-Grand Trunk
-St. Lawrence and Atlantic
-Canadian National
-New Hampshire and Vermont
-West Hallsbury Railroad
Although real life Northern NH doesn't have much industry, I changed that on my route, and some of the sizeable ones are:
- Paper Mill
- Wood products facility
- Gravel pit
- Power Plant
- Cookie Plant
And other small industries.
 Feel free to run passenger trains, mainline freights, local freights, excursion trains, work trains, snow plow extras, ski trains, you name it, you can probably run it here.
The route features rivers, gorges, trestles, gradients, notches (New England term for pass), fields, and a little bit of urban space.
Payware needed:
- RWA lakeside
- Portland Terminal
- Sherman Hill
Freeware needed:
- Jpeters covered bridge.
- NRL trestle pack
Payware suggested:
- GE 44-tonner
- SW1500
- GP9
- Virtualrailroads RS11
Freeware suggested:
WHRR 44-tonner repaint
WHRR RS11 repaint.
To download, simply use Utilities in the Railworks folder and download the RWP attached.
Special thanks to:
Jpetersjr for his bridges
Rick Kfoury for his repaints and tips
Gorbi for his jokes and ability in naming things
Buzz for making my PC stop crashing
Minerman for giving me messages of support
And all of you for your continued support.
Very special thanks to the St. Lawrence and Atlantic, who got the real life Berlin Subdivision after the GT gave up on it and still operates it to this day.

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Please remember even those this file is free, the author still has rights to the file. Be sure to read the readme that is enclosed for further copyright information and instructions to install the file.


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