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Jul 23, 2021 @ 7:37am
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Western Branch Lines

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Description
A steam-era fictional route network.

Based upon a GWR themed main line with multiple connecting branches, alternating between coastal and countryside scenery with numerous depots, sidings and points of interest. Best enjoyed in free roam and quick drive modes. Total route length is approximately 45 miles.

Requires only DTG Riviera Line in the Fifties route add-on (steam) to work.

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15 Comments
Aleksander Oct 24 @ 5:14am 
I have an idea for a name of the route, The red valley railway/line named after the valley outside of westbourne with red rock
AirbourneAlex  [author] Jul 9 @ 11:26am 
Thanks hamtgerry. It's always encouraging to hear positive feedback :)
hamtgerry Jul 8 @ 1:45pm 
Revised this route recent. Like the latest additions. The extended mainline makes for an enjoyable hour's drive (including station stops). Lots of new QDs, including freight. I've not yet explored everything, but am impressed.
AirbourneAlex  [author] Feb 12 @ 4:33am 
Sometimes you need to wait a few minutes in the workshop menu screen for it to say "installing workshop items", then it should appear.
jollyroger47 Feb 12 @ 3:13am 
Downloaded Western Branch Lines, but cannot find it, I have Riviera line in the fifties, help please
El_Muna Aug 15, 2021 @ 6:44am 
Ok.. Thanks for anwesr
AirbourneAlex  [author] Aug 15, 2021 @ 4:46am 
I will try to add AI traffic in quick drive in a future update.
El_Muna Aug 13, 2021 @ 5:23am 
include ai when play quick drive ?
AirbourneAlex  [author] Jul 27, 2021 @ 3:05am 
I've sorted that now, thanks.
hamtgerry Jul 26, 2021 @ 4:22pm 
BTW, I just realize one of my earlier comments is incorrect. The one about flowing rocks/stones. I saw them. But, incorrectly located them as the first time the line joins the coast. Wrong. It's when the line joins the coast after those two big cuts.