Fort Kent to Eagle Lake

Compatibility: RailWorks 3
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The Fort Kent to Eagle Lake route is a fictional 19-mile route set amongst the picturesque backdrop of the Maine area of the United States.

This small-town route features an abundance of gorgeous vegetation and detailed models of the kind of light-industry buildings associated with the area.

The package will include 20 varied scenarios.

Whether you are hauling logs, delivering gravel or pushing freight cars around. you won’t be able to help falling for the rustic charm of Fort Kent to Eagle Lake!


“It was a lazy hot afternoon sunny day when I happened along some railroad tracks with no train in sight when a question popped into my head, "I wonder where the tracks lead." So began my search for a route that would have that kind of appeal to the imagination. I searched the country and happen to come across a small line in northernmost Maine. It caught my attention. The route revealed a 20 mile separation between with only a single line of track in between. Thinking back to my drive in the country I thought "this has got to be the route." What also piqued my interest about this particular lay of track was how it paralleled a river adding some gorgeous scenery potential. Mulling it over I began to get excited that this route would be a pleasant route to build and bring together some of Railworks strongest features.”

The resulting Fort Kent to Eagle Lake route is a stunning visual achievement. It has a look all to its own with all new trees, models and terrain textures. But not just looks, the Fort Kent to Eagle Lake route includes 20 scenarios. You are going to be railroading. Set in three seasons, autumn, winter and summer, these 20 scenarios will bring you an un-paralleled immersion factor you've not quite experienced before.

This route is designed to immerse you in a virtual reality so compelling, the story is you!

The Fort Kent to Eagle Lake route comes with a colourful manual which includes schematics of the route, an excellent introduction to the route and the back story.


SCENARIOS

01- Plywood Pickup
Welcome to the Fort Kent Division of the Bangor and Aroostook. The Northern end of the railroad Fort Kent is right up there at the Canadian border. This division isn’t busy enough to support its own full time railroad employees so you will be despatched to this area about once a week to do what pickups and deliveries that are needed. There’s a small engine shed you’ll get to know as home away from home. On the 2nd map you’ll notice the location x25. X mark the spot. You’ll see. To get acquainted with the route you’ll do the locals first and then after a few you’ll take your first trip to the Eagle lake Gravel plant nineteen miles south of Fort Kent. Nut we’ll get into all that when necessary. You first task is the Deuce Lumber company has a pickup. Bring it back to the Fort Kent Rail Yard. The Fort Kent rail Yard is also where our excess ends up at. So when you first see the yard more filled up than you expected, that’s why. Yard speed is 15 MPH. Track speed is 35MPH. Numerous crossings so keep your hand by the horn. Autumn in Maine is so pretty this time of the year. But it does get cold so bring something warm to wear.

02 - Fort Kent Yard Switching
Trains need to be made up from yards before being despatched to their destination. In this scenario you have the task of compiling a train from two different consists into one. Your task is to move freight cars from two yard tracks to yard track #3 in the Fort Kent Rail Yard.

03 - Autumn Potato Run
Potatoes are an important crop and as it gets late into the autumn season, maybe this is the last potato run until next year. Within the Fort Kent area there are three potato growers with pickups to be made. Hers spud to you.

04 – Local pickup 1
Much of the Fort Kent division is local pickups. Usually handled in a day and despatched elsewhere the rail line sits unused most of the week. The particular week in autumn is no different where you find yourself dispatched on a routine pickup from one of the local industries.

05 – Delivery to Eagle Lake Gravel
You’ve been to most of the places in and about Fort Kent. This time you get to run the whole route to Eagle Lake. Eagle Lake Gravel is a large facility which keeps the line open from Fort Kent to eagle Lake.

06 – ELGrav Switching 1
Late trains usually have the crews spend the night in the Eagle lake and switch the gravel plane the next day. Such is the case today where your engine is parked on the one of the excess tracks. Start up your engine and begin operations.

07 – ELGrav Switching 2
This scenario features a different switching variation where the hoppers are being directed to the extra tracks for the gravel loader at EL Gravel. It gets a little ‘close’ in that part of the plant so you will need to take it easy.

08 – Gravel Haul to Fort Kent
Without Eagle Lake’s gravel production the line to Fort Kent would eventually be abandoned. In this run you will get to recreate what keeps the line open by hauling gravel to the Fort Kent rail yard.

09 – Deuce Lumber Delivery
Winter has set upon the Fort Kent area. Winter gives the landscape a different look and can play havoc with wheel traction. Be careful. Some of the businesses like the potato farmers close down for the winter lessening the demand on the railroad. However many of the businesses remain open and Deuce Lumber is one of them though their business slows during the winter months.

10 – Textile 1 Delivery Part A
Snow is falling in the Fort Kent area but there’s work to be done. The textile plant in Fort Kent has been doing great business this year. They only recently put in a request which will take us two trips to do. For this trip simply deliver the boxcars on track #2 to the textile 1 receiving track and then return the shed (dest.25).

11 - Textile 2 Delivery Part B
The second of this three-part scenario is about a dilemma created by an unexpected drop-off at the Fort Kent yard.

12 - Textile 2 Delivery Part C
This is the third part in a three-part scenario where the complications of the second day have caused angst on the part of the textile mill.

13 – ELGrav Winter Run A
A delivery for eagle lake Gravel delivered three days prior is still sitting in the Fort Kent rail yard. Deliver this consist to Eagle Lake Gravel.

14 - ELGrav Winter Run B
Eagle Lake’s Gravel delivery revealed a missed pickup from several days ago. The gravel plant more forgiving than the Textile plant had the outgoing freight moved to another track.

15 – Kent Classifying
Classify train in Fort Kent rail yard and make a delivery.

16 – Potato Restock
With summer upon the Fort Kent area potatoes are flourishing and it’s time to restock the grower’s warehouses with boxcars. 3 potato warehouses are ripe for delivery.

17 – Deuce Lumber Restock
During the warmer months, the pickup/delivery rate for Deuce Lumber quickens. Do a delivery/pickup for Deuce Lumber.

18 – Haulin' North to Fort Kent
The despatcher assigned you and ore train out if Ashland with one of its stops in your normal assigned territory, Eagle lake.

19 – Eagle Lake Gravel Reload
Eagle Lake is a big enough plant but not big enough to have its own rail equipment. When big moves are needed they call the railroad.

20 – Clothing Outlet Delivery
Clothing Outlet, a local Fort Kent retail distributor, takes delivery of bulk textile good by rail. Fort Kent Cannery also has a delivery to be picked up.


System Requirements:


  • RailWorks 2
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • 1GB RAM
  • Windows 10 / 8 / 7
  • 256MB graphics card
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 800MB hard drive space
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This fictional 19-mile route is located in a complete virtual world in which you can haul logs, deliver gravel, shunt freight and much more too - 20 varied scenarios in three different seasons mean you won't be short of things to do!
 
The route features detailed models of all manner of light industrial businesses along with new trees, models and terrain textures.

Download size: 209MB (learn about downloads)

$17.99
In Stock
Earn 60 points with this purchase