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|Where I live it's quite often you can come across tracks out in the rural areas and it makes you wonder,
"where does it go?" That I felt was my next project, to create a route that somebody could see from the road
and wonder where the tracks led.
Besides the Fort Kent to Eagle Lake route you will need the following add-on packages:
1) Rural Landscapes from 3DTrains
2) ScaleRoads from 3DTrains
If you have these add-ons already, you don't need to acquire them again. These are available in free and payware downloads.
|From Eagle Lake to Fort Kent, the tracks follow the river making for a 'pretty ride' from start to finish.
Looking north from Eagle Lake
|Numerous small communities reside up and down the Fort Kent To Eagle Lake route.
One such small community residing beside the railroad tracks.
|Picturesque scenery with road traffic to watch.
Looking north towards Plaisted, a small community halfway between Eagle Lake and Fort Kent.
|At times the journey gets claustrophobic when the foliage creeps up close to the tracks.
Just before Plaisted and looking north towards Fort Kent.
|Just one of the many new and actual scenery objects created by Ed Hawkins for the Fort Kent To Eagle Lake route.
The Fort Kent route is a prototype route with a few enhancements added to increase scenario variety.
Just north of Plaisted looking south towards Plaisted.
|Though the route is relatively flat because it parallels a river, small grades are plentiful along the
Fort Kent To Eagle Lake route. Here's one as it winds its way through the town of Fort Kent about a mile before
the Fort Kent rail yard.
Looking from the south side of Fort Kent to north.
|The Fort Kent rail yard is where you will make most of your starts and where you will end in most of the
scenarios. The Fort Kent rail yard is typically full of local rail traffic as well as 'spill-over' freight from
a nearby yard.
Looking from Fort Kent rail yard northward.
|While none of the scenarios include rail passenger traffic, two railroad stations are included so you can
recreate rail passenger traffic in scenarios you create yourself.
Looking from Fort Kent rail yard southward.
|It's 19 miles from Fort Kent to Eagle Lake and the Eagle Lake Gravel plant is the reason you will make many
trips back and forth from the two towns. There is a subsection of track within Fort Kent which also has industry
you will switch. There's plenty to do on the Fort Kent To Eagle Lake route for Railworks.
Industrial plant south of Eagle Lake.
|PayPal - Fort Kent To Eagle Lake - $19.00 - A receipt will be sent to you by email (usually takes up to 2 hours but could take as long as 24 hours), which includes the link to download the route (150mb).|
|PayPal - Fort Kent Scenarios #41-56 - $9.00 - A receipt will be sent to you by email (usually takes up to 2 hours but could take as long as 24 hours), which includes the link to download the extra scnearios (1mb).|