Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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May 21 @ 11:59am
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UK South Coast digital elevation model, Rye Battle and Hastings included, - reasonably accurate model see the overlay image. 4097 x 4097 with 12 towns and auto-generated industry
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Bresslaw  [author] Jun 17 @ 5:50pm 
We must dig deeper Georgie...
Bresslaw  [author] Jun 10 @ 4:54am 
Yes in fact Bexhill is indeed 'inland' when this map starts in 1850, do I have to do all the research myself :)
Bresslaw  [author] Jun 9 @ 4:05am 
You are welcome please enjoy, then engineer Bexhill to meet the sea when you make your fortune. Hint: bulldozer :)

But to be serious, try the Dorking map. Make a fortune and then re-engineer it which is what I'm doing currently in 1972 and £400m
bpoynter Jun 9 @ 1:10am 
hello i like to point out bexhill his next to the sea not inland
Bresslaw  [author] May 23 @ 10:06am 
Yes there's a Custom mode and you can load many mods into saved games. The load order control is in there. The effect of the order is to tell you which mod stops the game loading. Disable all mods, add one mod, run the game, repeat
rb58nl May 23 @ 7:53am 
Order of loading??? Is it possible to change that and what effect does it have on loading the MODS?
Bresslaw  [author] May 23 @ 3:27am 
Hi rb, the only mods I use are more and higher vegetation; nicer smoke; curved stations. I haven't yet got into train mods but looking at UK stuff and GrandT's lovely detailing on youtube

Ooh maybe it's the order of loading mods that matters in your game. Try enabling mods one at a time perhaps until something breaks?
rb58nl May 22 @ 8:52pm 
I did try to play the Rye map but the game wont allow me to load it... As a matter of fact... it is kicking me out of the game completely...( a bit of a pain after all the picking of MODS) I guess it is one of the MODS i am using...
Bresslaw  [author] May 22 @ 9:45am 
Up top is a group of screenshots rb. One of them is the overlay I used to place the towns. The underlay :) is Google Maps or Google Earth - the overlaying image is from the heightmap. Line em up and away we go, remembering that it's 1850 so towns are quite small. That helps with the scale thing
rb58nl May 22 @ 2:02am 
Would it be possible to make a map in realistic scale? Is there a limit to the size of the map you can use for this game?