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I think Brennan's crossing was just north of Manoora, it is one of the few places the Main North Road/Barrier Highway cross the Burra rail line.
Brennan was located just north  ...

It's possible that the extensions are hidden on your OS, hence the .zip/.exe file being mysterious.

Generally downloads should appear in the browser you're using.

From there:

-Correctly iden ...

Posted 17 Mar 2020 15:22 in The Lounge by ARG706

Welcome to Fallout 5: Covid 19. You don't need Steam to play this.

Posted 10 Mar 2020 02:00 in MSTS General Discussions by ARG706

My interest in driving trains in sims has declined in the last year or so. I haven't played MSTS for months, but it still works on Windows teN.

At the end of the day, there aren't huge numbers of  ...

Posted 02 Mar 2020 16:31 in South Australia by ARG706

My calculations indicate that with the more recent crossing loop at Goodwood implemented, trains could just get by on the old 2000s timetable if they were to run exactly to schedule.

With the recen ...

MSTS is Flintstones software compared to other options like Train Simulator 2020, and even Trainz (provided you want the route to look like a model railway instead of a real one).

There are posts  ...

Posted 30 Dec 2019 01:47 in South Australia by ARG706

Let's not forget the electrification and extension of what was the Noarlunga line (now Seaford). Also, the withdrawal of the Jumbos as the 4000s were commissioned (from 2013?).

Also the following ( ...

Posted 19 Dec 2019 22:20 in South Australia by ARG706

I'm also never biased against older PT vehicles when there's a debate against them, but I do agree with the above post. It would be easier with vehicle maintenance, as well as providing better comfort ...

Posted 11 Nov 2019 20:29 in General by ARG706

I notice that several locations in SA seem to be missing in the version of Hairyleg's Tracks (GE .kml file) from 23/03/18. These include the following:

Ones missing on the Central Australia Railway ...

Posted 06 Nov 2019 20:47 in New South Wales by ARG706

I did exactly what you mentioned, by coping the files directly into the C drive (in separate folders), and it seems to be working now.

I still haven't found a way to disable read only for Windows  ...

MSTS still works on Windows 10 for me with minimal addons installed in the folder. The loading time is usually what contributes towards it becoming unresponsive.

I can also run Carmageddon 2, Quake ...

Posted 27 Oct 2019 22:12 in New South Wales by ARG706

For some reason, I get a 'the file cannot be found' error when trying to search with the ARHS Track and Signals V3 software. There are no strict installation instructions from what I can tell, and no  ...

Did you install it via disk though? The post indicated to drag the MSTS folder from a USB drive (or any external source) to somewhere that isn't in program files.

Posted 19 Oct 2019 12:49 in South Australia by ARG706

Unless they drive for Newton that is. One notoriously unprofessional driver tried to play tough with a fare evader late at night in a 20 year old gas bus.

The result wasn't as bad as what it could ...

Are you sure that you only have the bare minimum amount of content installed? Ideally you should have just the consists, the locos/whatever needed, and the textures etc within the TRAINS folder.

An ...

I know this thread is roughly a year old now (as the alerts did not fail to ascertain rather emphatically!), but I did get MSTS running in Win 10 just now.

I noticed that it previously worked when ...

Not a bad quiz, but there was one with four options that didn't quite make sense to me.

Scored 85% anyhow, assuming it's any good.

Posted 21 Sep 2019 23:04 in South Australia by ARG706

I always bought a ticket when traveling one stop to school in the early 2000s. Although I'll admit that $5.60 for a single trip is exorbtitant.

I won't go into fares any further, given this is the ...

May I suggest correcting the thread title and the link, so that they're not all capital letters? A mod/admin is free to delete this post, as it doesn't contribute to the original topic.

Posted 07 Sep 2019 01:10 in South Australia by ARG706

Heath, do you realise that you were roughly 6 years of age when this thread was created? I had mistaken for a new one, due to the sudden number of recent posts following 14 years, 0 days, 18 hours and ...

[quote=justapassenger]This is the sort of case where adding a guided busway (and high quality buses) to the SE Freeway corridor would be the ideal solution. Not enough population to justify the sort o ...

Posted 25 Jul 2019 02:27 in NT by ARG706

1/2 with the last 10, but still managed a measly 70%. Most of the info was sourced from James Young Harvey's book (The never-never line)

Posted 10 Jul 2019 17:57 in South Australia by ARG706

[quote=mawsonboii]before the 117/157 came along it was pretty much feeder services. 333/334/336 from Outer Harbor to Westlakes. These services where very popular and they connected everything from Out ...

Posted 08 Jul 2019 14:53 in South Australia by ARG706

The current PT budget is prohibitive towards any real increase with services. After hours, there is only a skeleton network, with poorly built uncomfortable buses forming a very large percentage of se ...

Scored a measly 80%. Got a few locations wrong, but could've been worse I guess.

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