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CBQ Big Horn v3.2

Friday, 09 March 2012
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CBQ Big Horn v3.2 route by Michael Stephan - GreatNortherner 

Be sure to get both files.



CB&Q Big Horn Subdivison Route Version 3.2: Sheridan to Parkman, TS 2012 Update

The Big Horn Sub Route takes you to the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming. Centered around the town of Sheridan and its medium sized railroad yard, there is plenty to do on this CB&Q / BN themed Railworks route, which has been inspired by the many great photo essays and in-depth background information presented to the public by the engineer Al Krug. You can service the numerous industries located around Sheridan, run a local up the line to get coal or gravel from Kleenburn, be in charge of a Sheridan-based helper engine to assist a coal drag from the Powder River basin up Parkman Hill, or do some work in Sheridan's busy yard.

Version 3.2 now comes with TS 2012 enhancements such as bumpy track, new skies with deeper clouds, and of course plenty of lights to give that little extra to night scenes. Also new is a replacement of all signals with some custom made CB&Q based rules and searchlight signals, all of which are based on the signal source RS.com offered to us in their developer wiki.

Please have a look at the enclosed PDF document to find out what the signaling rules mean. Some of the aspects may look a bit different than the ones you may be used to from other routes.

Have fun on version 3.2 of this route. Please note that due to replacing all of the signals some older scenarios may now be broken. Please keep that in mind before installing this route and create a clone or a backup of the old route in case it has some scenarios which you would like to hang on to.


Marc Nelson of 3DTrains for ScaleRoad BryMac inc. and Tim MacIntosh for their Speed Signs (please see the additional readme file that is enclosed for additional details on these objects) Kevin McGowan for his many industrial buildings and objects Tom Moyers for his switch stands James Friedland for his invisible transfer points Richard Ham for his interactive loading docks Mike Simpson for his log loader RailSimulator.com for the signal source files, the many assets of the default game content, the foliage pack and the UK Station pack that were used on this route


Simply use the package manager in the game's launcher program to install the package file. It comes with the route, some freeroam scenarios and all required assets except for ScaleRoad, which you can get at www.3dtrains.com.


This is a freeware project, under no circumstances may you charge any money for it. You may redistribute this route - as long as it remains free of any charge. The individual rights of the contributing scenerey authors must be respected! Contact them prior to any further redistribution if in doubt about their wishes regarding the distribution of their files.

Although it is unlikely to happen, I shall not be held responsible for any damage any part of this archive might do to your system. You agree to use the files on your own risk.


Michael Stephan RailWorksAmerica & trainsim.com: GreatNortherner

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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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