Bay of Quinte

Wednesday, 07 April 2010
(19 Votes)

Bay of Quinte by Jason Sills - Canadian Shortliner

Be sure to get both files.



BAY of QUINTE RAILROAD by Jason Sills  ******************

To install run the RW_RouteSetup.exe and Browse  to the Railworks folder where to install the route  into.

 The install should DELETE all Blueprints.pak files  at the end of the install, but if it does not then  run the #-DELETE-PAK.BAT in the root of the Railworks  folder.

 Required are these Assets add-ons from the following, but  the route should still run if not all of them are present:

 Freeware 3DTrains Rural Landscapes  Freeware 3DTrains ScaleRoad    Download links for the above can be found in an anchored  thread at the top of the RS General forum.    Payware Richard Garber’s Allaboard Scenery and Scalerail  should be present, the latter required by the Scalerail and  back to Mainline-Light Tracks Changer !    The RSDL Foliage Pack has been made available with  the STEAM / Railworks V.97.3a update or can be  purchased here:

 It has 4 Freeroam Scenarios, using default locos so that  users can place what rolling stock they have without  having to download other from various web sites.


 If you wish to contact me comments, questions, or suggestions for  the route, you can PM me on the forums at or Railworks  America ( under the user name "Canadian  Shortliner". If you have a problem getting the route to work properly,  it is best to post a message on or Railworks America, as I am  no good at solving those kinds of problems.


 This route is released as freeware by me, Jason Sills. If you wish to  modify and upload this route, you are free to do so without asking my  permission. I would appreciate it though if you credit me in the readme,  and of course, please do not claim any of the work done by me as your own.  However, the contributing authors still retain the rights to their files  contained within the route . You may not distribute those to anyone without  the consent of the authors of those files. I take no responsibility for any  damage done to your computer. This route has not harmed my computer or the  computers of my beta testers. Use at your own risk. All files from other  authors are the property of their owners.

 Thank You.


For this route, I have completely relied on assets made by others, most of   them were obtained from the CSX assets. As a result, I don't know the authors of all the objects I have used. However, I would like to give thanks to all content creators for their wonderful contributions to the community. They are definitely appreciated by me and many others. I would also like to thank the community as a whole as well for all of the help and encouragement they have given me. Thanks guys!

I would also like to thank these specific people (in no specific order). These are the authors/contributors that I could identify, but is not all of them.

- Chris Vazquez, Glenn Hulsey, Ian Allen, Michael Stephan, Villy Madsen, and Cecil Kerr for beta testing.

- Michael Stephan for the modified loading docks (and Richard Ham for the original version), steel I-beams, spare wheels, and several other assets.

- Jim Friedland for the invisible interactive loaders

- Captain Bazza for the steamship model "Marmaduke"

- Nikos Kavoori for the "mainline light" tracks

- Marc Nelson for the Scale Roads, Rural Landscapes, and Scale Rail

- Rich Garber for his objects, as well as his discussions of RS which were one of the things that made me pick up RS in the first place. Also, for the creation of Railworks America (along with the help of Ed Hawkins).

- Thomas Bontempo (tdwolf) for his inspirational CSX Mainline route which was one of the things that encouraged me to get RS.

- Jim Ward for his PON rock wall and red crossing signal lights, as well as the many helpful tips posted in the forum

- Otto Wipfel for his many helpful tips, for converting the route to Railworks and supplying a Track Changer for switching to Scalerail and Mainline-Light tracks.

- Tom Moyers for his switchstands

- Michael Gilmore for his vending machine, dump truck, and building models

- James Collins for his building models and excellent Railcar sounds

- Mike Simpson for his RSTools Application, I would be lost without it!

- Peter Hill for his house, bridge, and clutter models

- Trev Burt for his truck models

- Stefan van Vliet for his goods shed model

- Swen Klemund for his container repaints

- Although not included with the route, I would like to thank Jessie James and Michael for their great repaints which make RS much more enjoyable. Also, Michael Stephan, Dick Cowen, Cecil Kerr, Ron Pertuit and Justin Cornell for their rolling stock and locomotive models.

- Ray Collins for his helpful tutorial for creating SRTM files from Canadian DEM.

- Michael Zimmer for his Canadian National GP9 Repaints

- Dick Cowen for his GP9 Model

- for their support for RS and the new release of Railworks, for without them this would not be possible.

 If I have left anyone out I sincerely apologize, as it was not intentional.  I have tried my best to locate the original authors, however as most  freeware objects have come from the CSX Assets, I cannot name them all. If  you would like have your name included in the credits, feel free to contact  me using the info in the contact section ..

Please accept license agreement before downloading

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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