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Acheter Marias Pass

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Acheter Marias Pass + BNSF SD40-2 Twin Pack

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Paysage spectaculaire et virages serrés vous emportant à travers les Rocky Mountains, ne sont que quelques impressions du pack Marias Pass, maintenant disponible pour Train Simulator.

Le tracé de 152 miles fut établi par le principal chauffeur de train de l’époque, de Great Northern Railway, John Frank Stevens, en Décembre 1889. Le col de Marias sut se montrer idéal pour un chemin de fer du fait de sa large vallée et du peu de dénivelé qu’il comportait, signifiant qu’il n’y aurait pas d’excavation extensif et que le couplage ne serait pas nécessaire pour tirer des service de fret sur ses pentes.

Le col atteint les 5,200 pieds (1,580 mètres) à son sommet et forme le bord sud des Continental Ranges, un regroupement majeur des ‘Rocky Mountains’ Montagnes Rocheuses. Partant de Shelby, la ligne passe à travers les surfaces agricoles et les plaines ouvertes avant de terminer dans la chaîne de montagnes en passant par d’étroits canyons et de vastes forêts de pins tout au long de la rivière Flathead. Passant à travers Cut Bank et Browning, la ligne atteint le sommet juste après Marias, avant de descendre à travers Essex et Columbia Falls vers Whitefish.

Cette ligne est célèbre pour ces ponts spectaculaires qui sont ici détaillés de la manière la plus réalistique possible au même compte que d’autres caractéristiques telles que les magnifiques montagnes enneigées, le silo ‘Dalek’ à Browning, le lac de Belton, le Penguin à Cut Bank, un grand regroupement de dépôt et voies de garage à Whitefish, de grandes usines industrielles, que vous pourrez découvrir tout au long de la ligne et la voie d’embranchement de 13 miles vers Kalispell.

Aussi incluse avec cette ligne, la locomotive GE ES44 DC en livrée BNSF Heritage et une Burlington Northern EMD SW1500 locotracteur de manœuvre, avec des wagons BNSF 50ft box et différents wagons de marchandises en livrée BNSF en BN.

Marias Pass est une route montagneuse époustouflante traversant l’un des plus beaux paysages montagneux au monde. Venez relever le défi de conduire des lourds et longs trains de fret, en descendant et montant les vallées et les petits dénivelés contenus dans cette ligne.


Huit Scénarios pour la route:
  • Engineer Training Advanced
  • Engineer Training Basics
  • Blackfoot or Bust
  • Cold Meat
  • I’m a Lumberjack….
  • Shelby Grain Assembly
  • Wood from Kalispell
  • Hauling the Harvest Grain

Principales caractéristiques

  • Marias Pass contient 152 miles de ligne de Shelby vers Whitefish
  • 13 miles de ligne secondaire vers Kalispell
  • Un paysage montagneux spectaculaire, des ponts, des forêts de pins, de la neige, le silo ‘Dalek’ et Cut Bank Penguin
  • Multi-aspect et signalement de jonctions réalistes
  • GE ES44DC en livrée BNSF et EMD SW1500 locotracteur de manœuvre en livrée BN
  • Nouveaux wagons 50ft box car en livrée BNSF
  • Différents wagons retravaillés en livrée BNSF et BN
  • Scénarios pour la route
  • Quick Drive compatible
  • Taille du téléchargement: 1,500Mo

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processeur : Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz (Core 2 Duo 3.2 GHz recommandé), AMD Athlon MP (variantes multiprocesseurs ou similaires)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo comportant 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo avec Pixel Shader 3.0 (AGP PCIe uniquement)
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 6 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Compatible Direct X 9.0c
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Supplémentaire : Le lecteur Quicktime est requis pour lire les vidéos
    Recommandée :
    • Supplémentaire : Le lecteur Quicktime est requis pour lire les vidéos
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7 personne(s) sur 8 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Posté le : 10 mars
By far my favorite route for this game so far.
-This is a STUNNING route. Just from the pictures you can see how beautiful this DLC is. I live in the Rockies, and I can confirm this route does not detract from any of its beauty.
-Lots of variety. When you see the yards at Shelby compared to the yards at Whitefish, it will be hard for you to imagine its all on the same route.
-Have not experienced any major bugs in this DLC (which from RSC can be a bit of a problem)
-Managing consists going up and down the Rockies is a fun challenge.
-Its a really long route. Easily hours upon hours upon hours of fun can be had.
-LOTS of steam workshop scenarios using this route
-Scenarios aren't dreadfully long, which is good for beginners
-The ES44DC in Heritage III Livery is an essential locomotive for most western american railroads
-Not just a freight route, there's a good sprinkling of passenger stations for the Empire Builder route.
-Route itself has a lot of history
-Nostalgia from MSTS
-Kinda wish there was at least one more engine included. The route's overall length and detail makes up for this pretty well, but it would have been nice to possibly get another locomotive thrown in just for a little more variety. While ES44ACs are the primary locomotive power on these kind of routes, only seeing the ex-BN Switchers in the yards is kind of odd, especially considering there are not that many ex-BN switchers on the rails these days.

Personally the lack of an extra locomotive is not that big of a deal considering he sheer scale of this route. If it really bothers you, which it might, I'd just suggest getting the MP-SD40-2 Twin Pack, because the SD40-2s would definitely be seen quite often on a route like this, and the SD40-2 is pretty cheap, too.

All in all, I reccomend this route to anyone who's interested in train simulator. Wether you're just starting out, an MSTS veteran, like freight, passenger, or shunting, long distance hauls or local runs, this route truly has something for everyone.
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1 personne(s) sur 2 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Posté le : 1 juillet
This route is a classic for anyone who plays railroad simulators. Microsoft Train Simulator exposed us to the line, and RSC enhanced it by adding detail and graphics. Overall the route is like the original but polished and just better all around. I highly suggest getting it.
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16 personne(s) sur 17 (94%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Posté le : 30 décembre 2014
Years ago when Microsoft was king of the simulation world, Marias Pass came into the limelight. This was my first experience with train simulation, as well as the new BN/SF livery. Over the years I've come to miss driving that route, and kept wishing that someone would bring this route to the updated TS experience. RSC/DTG finally did this, and I'm glad that they did.
I've had this route for about a year and a half. Since purchasing this route it's been my exclusive home in TS, and I've thorughly enjoyed every mile of this route in the time that I've had it.
There is plenty of scenery to enjoy, and in fact if one compares some parts of the route to the arial views in Google Earth, you'll find that much of the route is accurate. I've personally never visited Marias Pass in real life, but this route has given me a reason to desire a visit to Montana some day.
I've purchased a lot of DLC with this particular route in mind. This route is the reason I've become such a fan of BN/SF. Although I first fell in love with a Norfolk Southern GP-38, there wasn't enough NS-related content at the time to justify making an NS fleet. So, I'm a BNSF virtual engineer for now.
The route isn't perfect, and neither are the locomotives. Soundwise, the ES44DC comes close to what I've heard on the NS and CSX ES44's where I live. The horn is kind of dinky, but the bell is spot on. The windshield wipers are strange... only three of them move, although the windshield appears to still be cleared of rain. Switch to the outside and all the wipers appear to move.
I can't say much for the switcher. I'm a long haul kind of guy, so I haven't played much with it. What time I've spent in it has been enjoyable, and everything seems to work as it should.
There are also plenty of rolling stock, so making a few basic scenarios is easy enough.
My main complaint with the route itself is that the water looks a little funky in some places. This seems to be more of a problem on the western side of the route, once one starts to get into the mountains. The river that runs alongside some of the tunnels looks really strange, and it's obvious that the water is fake. There is a lake that looks pretty good, and once one gets out of the mountains the water starts to look more like normal again.
Overall, this is a great route. It adds a bit of street cred to the TS experience as it harkens back to the routes earlier days in the MS Simulator. I should note here that I also purchased a version of this route for N3V's Trainz 2012, and that version of the route was extremely buggy, had missing assets, track... all kinds of headaches. One thing I like about the TS version, is that the route doesn't get broken or screwed up because of updates. What you get is what you get... IT never changes. While this means that some of the minor issues will never be fixed, it also means that you get a much more consistent expereince.
If you were a fan of the MS sim version of this route, or if you're a fan of BN/SF in general, I reccomend this route. Aside from the challenge of climbing the towards Summit, there are logisitcal challenges as the route often swtiches from dual track to single track. Add an Amtrak passenger train to add to the logistical nightmares, and you've got yourself quite a challenge!
I definetly reccommend this route!
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11 personne(s) sur 12 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Posté le : 1 octobre 2014
Marias Pass is truly a wonderful pice of art by RSC(now DTG). Included it lots of rolling stock, with new sounds and even EOT on the rear car, two diesel engines( Ex-BN SW1500 and BNSF ES44DC) and a 152 mile line from Whitefish to Shelby, MT. The scenery is amazing and there is plenty of heavy freight action up the steep grades between Essex and the Summit of the route. Also featured is 13 mile branchline running to Kalispell which is great for some short line railroading or local freight operations with the SW1500 included. As for sounds, they're okay. The freight car sounds rolling on track are okay and the horns are ok also. The horns aren't exactly realistic but I like them still although I'd prefer realistic sounds over them. Anyways I highly recommend this route! It is a true favorite of mine!
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
Posté le : 11 décembre 2014
This is my favourite route in Train simulator. Beatiful mountains and plains of Montana. There are also very high speed-limits for those who like speed. Fun missions, the orange BNSF train is awesome. I would recommend to buy Amtrak P42 DC Empire builder with this, It is great way to drive passengers in the middle of nature.
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