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There is Hagen - Siegen V3, there is the Felderpass, ther is Altenburg-Wildau, there is Northern Europe. Check the sites mentiioned and check google for the routes I just mentioned.

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Some sites might have you need google translate if you don't speak french or german or italian etc but there are tons of freeware routes out there. Problem is the amount of other freeware (and often payware too) that you need to hunt down to have the routes working not to mention scenery packs, sound packs and things like that. Don't think just downloading and installing a freeware route means having a new route to play lol check this topic on the old (I think they are the old) forums of steam. Originally posted by:There is Hagen - Siegen V3, there is the Felderpass, ther is Altenburg-Wildau, there is Northern Europe. Check the sites mentiioned and check google for the routes I just mentioned. Some sites might have you need google translate if you don't speak french or german or italian etc but there are tons of freeware routes out there.

Problem is the amount of other freeware (and often payware too) that you need to hunt down to have the routes working not to mention scenery packs, sound packs and things like that. Don't think just downloading and installing a freeware route means having a new route to play lol check this topic on the old (I think they are the old) forums of steam Mavadelo have you downloaded the North Europe? It seems impossible to register on this site DanTrain-Sim.dk. Originally posted by:There is Hagen - Siegen V3, there is the Felderpass, ther is Altenburg-Wildau, there is Northern Europe.

Check the sites mentiioned and check google for the routes I just mentioned. Some sites might have you need google translate if you don't speak french or german or italian etc but there are tons of freeware routes out there. Problem is the amount of other freeware (and often payware too) that you need to hunt down to have the routes working not to mention scenery packs, sound packs and things like that. Don't think just downloading and installing a freeware route means having a new route to play lol check this topic on the old (I think they are the old) forums of steam Mavadelo have you downloaded the North Europe? It seems impossible to register on this site DanTrain-Sim.dk Yes I have, I downloaded it from where you can make a account (google translate plug in does a great job translating the site to english). The problem lies with where several of the rolling stock is hosted where you can't make an account.

Brusca And Brusca Invertebrates Pdf here. I was able to post on a blog from one of the Danish makers on how to go about getting them. Did this a few hours ago so I hope to get an answer. Originally posted by: Mavadelo have you downloaded the North Europe?

It seems impossible to register on this site DanTrain-Sim.dk Yes I have, I downloaded it from where you can make a account (google translate plug in does a great job translating the site to english). The problem lies with where several of the rolling stock is hosted where you can't make an account. I was able to post on a blog from one of the Danish makers on how to go about getting them. Did this a few hours ago so I hope to get an answer.

Mavadelo, thanks for the reply, yes I have the same problem and I have send a message also. Would be nice if you would keep me updated on this, I will of course do the same for you if I have any luck.

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