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  The former Santa Fe Seligman Subdivision has changed a lot in the past 15 years. With the merger between the Santa Fe and the Burlington Northern to form the BNSF Railway, new technologies and operating methods have put in place system wide. Beginning in the late 1990's, BNSF began installing CTC on the western portion of the line, from Seligman to Needles. The majority of the former ATSF passing sidings are still in use today, either as storage tracks or as CTC controlled sidings. The old ATSF signals that once graced the western, as well as the eastern portion are now gone, replaced by modern, solid state, traffic light-type signals. While we cannot stop the movement of time and technology, we can surely marvel at the highly efficient piece of railroad the Seligman Subdivision is today.

Features
  • 295 miles of double track, busy main line railroading
  • 20 High Detail Locomotive models, including BNSF GE ES44DC, ES44AC, C44-9W, EMD SD70ACe and GP40M
  • An Amtrak Southwest Chief passenger train set
    Over 50 pieces of rolling stock
  • Accurate Cabviews and Physics
  • Daytime and Nightime Cabviews
  • High Quality 44khz Audio
  • Challenging Activities (over 30 total hours in length)

System Requirements

  • Open Rails (1.2 or higher) - Open Rails installer is included
  • 1.44 GB of available hard disk space
  • Memory : 2 GB (Recommended)
  • Graphics Hardware : Minimum 128 MB dedicated video RAM with Pixel Shader 2.0, Recommended 256 MB RAM with Pixel Shader 3.0
  • Graphics Software : as provided by Windows. Open Rails currently uses DirectX® - version 9.0c
  • Sound : compatible with DirectX® - version 9.0c

 

























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