Today you are running a tourist trip to Gabledon Refinery and Cudgee Oil. Assemble your train in Altona yard. Pick up the tourists on No. 2 platform. Then onto Gabledon Refinery and Cudgee Oil and back to Altona You will not be stopping for passengers at any stations along...
The refinery at Gabledon is running out of crude oil so your job today is to collect crude from Cudgee oil and take it to Gabledon Refinery and unload there. You can then return to Altona and after putting the train into the yard and stabling the locos, you...
Why did you leave Trainz Auran/N3V/whatever have always been more concerned with the graphical environment rather than the driving elements. Most people do not want to design the train graphics and other 3d models they want to drive them, which means that driving and the simulation is the primary...
To be, or not to be: that is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them. To die; to sleep; No more; and by a sleep...
Today you are going to be the relief driver that relieved you in LOC34. Sound complicated ? Not really. Wait beside the track for the train to arrive. Change over, add an extra loco and depart Altona. Work your way to Port Hunter and unload the diesel fuel and...
Make up your train at Altona and drive to Gabledon Refinery. Fill oil tankers up with Diesel, then shunt loaded wagons into siding. On to Ceduna and place the cattle wagons for unloading. Then to the BMS Colliery and load the coal wagons. Run around the train and head...
There is now an option on the main menu to see a list (with links) to the Activities Norm has written (Thanks Norm) since the RBR shutdown, these are not on the Compendium DVD. All are for TRS2004 and TRS2006 … click here for the page
Some questions have been asked regarding the Kickstarter project that Auran has announced for the new series of Trainz. If you look at what it is they are going to deliver you will notice that, once again, they are totally immersed in the graphical side of the simulator without...
An interesting article over at Quora