Author Topic: freight car speeds in the 19th century  (Read 2144 times)

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Offline asaphxiix

freight car speeds in the 19th century
« on: October 30, 2012, 10:35:13 AM »
the original question here:

 in a given year, say 1880, you have for instance the SimCo Bulk Gondola going 45 kmh max, and the MJHN boxed goods car going 65 kmh.

This creates difficulty in sharing tracks for multiple goods lines, bottlenecks etc.

But after giving it more thought, I guess this is intentional, to be more challenging in running goods on the map :)

so is this intentional? realistic?


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Re: freight car speeds in the 19th century
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2012, 07:40:42 PM »
I Think that we to make a work around of frieght vehicles.
But i have tomorrow first time to think after. ::(
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