Saturday, 17 December 2011

Lavender Line Released! - Railworks 3

A labour of love lasting over two years, the Lavender Line by Geoff Potter has now been released. Although a short line, the attention to detail is absolutely stunning, with dozens of custom assets made specifically to complement the route. The following is taken from the download page for the route.

The Lavender Line comprises of about a mile of track running from Isfield Station to the disused bridge over the River Ouse. It was originally anticipated that this route would not take very long to build as with only about a mile of track, there seemed nothing particularly difficult about it. In fact it has taken over two years to complete mainly due to other projects distracting me and also my decision part way through the project to use this as a opportunity to experiment and improve my modelling and route building skills. Now that it is finished, there is still not very much track to play with, but the route is full of models and features that each have their own story to tell.

Included is a base free roam scenario with nothing in it except the route itself. You can use this as a template to create your own scenarios or perhaps to access the route to make changes. There are four included standard scenarios which are designed to demonstrate the way in which the seasons can be used to good effect on a small route like this and also how scenario specific scenery can add to the enjoyment of a scenario without altering the route itself.

More information and a link to download the route is here.

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