Miami_to_South_America.zip

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This 101kb zip file includes a scenario (TRT95.SV0) for Transport Tycoon Deluxe and a saved game (TRT95.SV1) based on the scenario.


SCENARIO: Miami to South America

This is an accurate map of South America, slightly distorted to include Miami and to make it fit TTD's square frame. It includes the major rivers, elevations and mountain ranges and the seven largest cities in South America, plus Miami. There are no industries. The goal is to move passengers, and to connect the major cities to each other and to Miami.


SAVEGAME: Simon Bozolar Transport

BY RAIL - This is a rail system that never existed, connecting the largest cities in South America - Caracas, Bogota, Lima, Rio De Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Santiago. Along the way there are intermediate stops or branches to the next tier of cities - Maracaibo, Barranquilla, Medellin, Cali, Guayaquil, La Paz, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Salvador, Recife and Fortaleza. Also included for operational interest are the smaller cities of Cuzco, Campo Grande and Puerto Montt.

These are the 17 trains and their routes.
The consists are all 1 mail car and 2 passenger coaches:

BY AIR - Nonstop airline routes from Miami connect to each of the the seven largest cities: CCS, BOG, LIM, RIO, SAO, BUE and SCL.

BY SEA - There are passenger ferries on the Amazon (Manaus to Belem) and Parana River (Buenos Aires to Asuncion and Montevideo). To include the extreme south, there is also a ferry route from Puerto Montt to Punta Arenas, even though not major cities.

SCREENSHOTS of the savegame:

Simon Bozolar Transport: The South, with Santiago at left, Puerto Montt below and Buenos Aires and Montevideo at upper right

Above: The South, with Santiago at left, Puerto Montt below and Buenos Aires and Montevideo at upper right

Simon Bozolar Transport: Great cities of Brazil, including Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo and their airports, with Belo Horizonte inland

Above: Great cities of Brazil, including Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo and their airports, with Belo Horizonte inland

Below: The Northwest, including Venezuela (Caracas at top), Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (Lima at bottom right)

Simon Bozolar Transport: The Northwest, including Venezuela (Caracas at top), Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (Lima at bottom right)

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