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Dear friends of the english language,

I have translated the construction webpage for the 'Linke Rheinstrecke', what is something like the 'Left Rhinetrack' from Cologne to Mainz (the river Rhine is one of the main shipping routes in Germany and accompined by a railway track each side). The project is constructed by Bernd Schroeder. If you like to follow the progress, just have a look at http://www.uni-koeln.de/~ade76/eng/e_zulirh.htm

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Wonderful news......and what a fabulous route this appears to be!
Thank you so much for doing this, Roland.

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I must give that a try when I drag myself away from Braunschweig to Wolfsburg!


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The beta's not available yet, Vern; I was just referring to the screenshots.


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Looks a great route, can't wait to try this when it's ready.
Thanks for the info in English Roland.


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Hi friends,

as we had several problems with the server yesterday night, it seems to work now! The first 'official' beta version from the Left Rhinetrack is out and can be downloaded using the following link:

http://www.uni-koeln.de/~a0554/doc/kbs470_beta0_3.zip

Installation:
1. Create a folder in 'Zusi\Strecken' namened 'KBS470-471_Koeln-Mainz'
2. The downloaded zip file should be extracted to that folder
3. Start Zusi Simulator and open the track in the above mentioned folder, called 'KBS470_Koeln-Koblenz_Vers04-02-20.str'

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..... The first 'official' beta version from the Left Rhinetrack is out and can be downloaded using the following link:.....Enjoy!.
Superb detail at the Koln (is that the city which we refer to as "Cologne"?) station, Roland. A beautiful job of 3D creation.

I haven't run all the trains yet, just took the first one on the list (IC) and the run was excellent.

Frame rate started at 9fps and built up to a best of 12fps after leaving Koln.

Very enjoyable.....thank you very much.

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Yep, Köln = Cologne

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Thank you, Andi.

I have added a couple of screenshots to the Zusi section of my site.
HERE

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Very nice the detail is excellent.

Thanks for letting us know Roland.


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Bruce, we are one of the few German cities, that have a pronounceable name in english :D ! And as you see, the Cologne people are never toffee-nosed :hat2 .
But thanks for bringing some screenshots down under!

@ all: Please do thank Bernd for his excellent work, me, I am only the guy with the web page 8) .

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Bruce, we are one of the few German cities, that have a pronounceable name in english :D !;
And also 'Bonn', Roland! :D

Zitat:
@ all: Please do thank Bernd for his excellent work, ..
Certainly.
Bernd, this is going to be a stunning route when completed.
I spent a wonderful time last night taking the TEEM train from Koln to the other end of the line and it is very easy to see that the landscape is going to be excellent.
The bridges/flyovers near Remagen are beautifully done.

I have posted a few more screenshots.........

HERE

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Howdie!

Nice pictures.

In Germany we remember another bad story about Remagen by the way. Some years ago the murderer Dieter Zurwehme escaped from the jail and on his way across Germany he killed many people in order to get their cars or to hide in their houses. Four of his victimes were from there so he got the nickname "Murderer from Remagen"
The school trip of my brother's class to the Harz (see track Braunschweig - Bad Harzburg or screens of Matthias Isiprod's Kreiensen - Goslar, a very nice landscape) was cancelled, a friend of mine started on a boat trip on the river Aller north of Hannover with children from his town in the school holidays. Because somebody reported he had seen a man looking like Zurwehme nearby Celle the police searched for the kids by helicopter and they were picked up in the night by the police and brought home.
It was a very strange summer with people allover Germany living in permanent fear and the man who escaped in the very western part of Germany was finally caught a few kilometeres away from the eastern border. On his run he obviously was in Lindau near the Austrian border in the south and in Cuxhaven nearby Hamburg.

http://www.turkishdailynews.com/old_edi ... r3.htm#f31
Here is some information about his capture in English.

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EDIT: The first bad story (for those who didn't find it) are the bridges from Remagen and their role in the last days of WW2 mentioned in Bruce's description on his website.


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Mirko hat geschrieben:
EDIT: The first bad story (for those who didn't find it) are the bridges from Remagen and their role in the last days of WW2 mentioned in Bruce's description on his website.
Oh, I wouldn't think of it as a "bad" story, Mirko....it's just an interesting fact of war history, that's all. Neither good nor bad. :)

Here's a link to the story, if anyone's interested:-
http://www.appalachianpower.com/Remagen ... l14.01.htm

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The Remagen railway brigde had been built originally for military reasons - as part of a deployment and supply line ("strategic line") to the Western border, bypassing big cities and railway hubs.

In the end it may have helped to shorten WWII by a few days.

The sole military purpose of the bridge also explains why it was never rebuilt.

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Okay, I remembered some other bridges in the last period of the war. And there happened some things that were pretty bad. One example inspired by the real happenings is shown in Bernhard Wicki's movie "The Bridge" from 1959. Next time I know what I have to do: Bild

Information about the movie "the bridge"
http://www.ihffilm.com/512-es.html

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The sole military purpose of the bridge also explains why it was never rebuilt.
Thanks, Roland. I never knew that and was wondering why the bridge wasn't in the route! :)

@ Mirko: Thanks for the additional info on "The Bridge" and the link to that site....which I have now bookmarked (I am a "student" of WW2 history, particularly the aircraft and their development).

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Wow, I've just downloaded the latest beta. Once I'd figured out where the files needed to go all I can say is totally impressed. If this is the beta, I can't wait to see the finished product. I've played the Protrain Rhine Valley for MTS but IMHO this Zusi version knocks the spots off that.

Keep up the good work and looking forward to the next extension.


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Is that a new timetable available from the author's site?
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Is that a new timetable available from the author's site?
Rushhour.
Yes, I think so.
I just downloaded it but am not sure where it goes, as it has its own folder.

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