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This is the fist part of a scenario series for the Marias Pass route.
The summer of 1989 is a busy time for the Burlington Northern Railroad. The grain harvest is in full swing, and the already busy rails of the BN mainline are at the limit with
seasonal grain trains. 1989 is an important year in the history of BN for other reasons. After years of experimenting with different 'high visibility' paint schemes for their
new locomotives, BN has settled on a new standard scheme. The first units of the new 'white face' scheme are hitting the rails, and the remaining 'tiger stripe' units are fading
You are at the controls of BN 3110, a unique unit even among the increasingly rare tigers. Your train is this days second section of Train #3; BN's expedited intermodal express
between Chicago and Seattle. Track work between Havre and Shelby has slowed your trip across the 2nd Subdivision already. Your approach to Shelby has been further slowed by
restricting signals of another westbound. You have a tough task ahead to get back on your schedule of 7 hours and 10 minutes across the subdivision.
Unzip this package to a temporary location. Navigate to your railworks folder, then open the application titled: Utilities.exe
That will launch a dialog titled "Train Simulator Utilities.
Click on the Package Manager tab, then click on the Refresh button.
Once all the progress bars have finished, click on the Install button.
Navigate to wherever you extracted the download package and find the file titled ' EndangeredTigerPt1.rwp '
Click on the Open button.
The scenario will appear with the Marias Pass Routes under the 'Standard' route type. The scenario name is " Endangered Tiger (Pt 1) "
PAYWARE ASSETS REQUIRED:
Marias Pass Route - http://store.steampowered.com/app/222561/
RSC BN / BNSF SD40-2 (SD40BNPack02 available on Steam for users in the USA, or those who purchased before international BNSF restrictions were in place)
RSC BN GP38-2 (GP38-2BNPack01 available on Steam for users in the USA, or those who purchased before international BNSF restrictions were in place)
BN GP50 'Tiger Stripe' - By DTM, available at Trains and Drivers
US Loco & Asset Pack (necessary if you bought railworks after TS2012. Not necessary if you own Cajon Pass, West Coast Mainline North, Ohio Steel 2, Cologne Dusseldorf,
Portland Terminal, Portsmouth Direct Line, Bristol to Exeter, Northeast Corridor, Rascal and Cottonwood, Colton and Northern, Fort Kent to Eagle Lake.)
FREEWARE ASSETS REQUIRED:
45' - 53' TOFC Loads (by Michael Zimmer)
28' Trailers - http://railworksamerica.com/index.php/download-library/rolling-stock-repaints?view=document&;id=284:89ft-tofc-with-28ft-trailer-set&catid=19:rolling-stock-repaints
G-Trax Articulated Doublestacks - http://railworksamerica.com/index.php/download-library/rolling-stock-repaints?view=document&;id=1862:articulated-double-stacks-final&catid=19:rolling-stock-repaints
FMC Plate B Boxcar (by Larry Goss)
FMC Plate B Repaints (by Mike Calvin)
FMC Plate C Repaints (by Mike Calvin)
BN GP38-2 White Face Repaints (by Buzz Baxter)
I hope you enjoy the scenario! PM me on Railworks America with any questions or comments on the scenario.
PS: In the highly unlikely event the this software in any way damages your computer, I take no responsibility.
Thanks to Buzz456 on RWA for beta testing!
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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