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  1. So you meant the cities in Uzbekistan, right? Because the cities in Kazakhstan itself are pretty far apart. The rivers are good to me, but I will have another look at it. I'll delete some cities in Uzbekistan. Now with Russia, I deliberately didn't add any cities there because I find that unrealistic. BUT I've got a really, really good idea. What if I add the rails in Russia, China and Uzbekistan, but I will leave Kazakhstan blank? That's good and realistic for the player. The player can lay track in Kazakhstan and lay them to the border of those countries, to join the rails that I already l
  2. Lots of good ideas there. The hotel, tavern and restaurant should be disabled. There also has to be a minimum speed limit to make everything more difficult, and there are no rewards given for that. I think it's a good idea to make the scenario about making and maintaining a high-quality passenger transport ''system''. Like messages about that you can choose: - to afford new passenger wagons which will increase the amount of passenger revenue by let's say 5%, but will also increase maintenance costs by 10% OR - to not afford new passenger wagons which will decrease the average speed of all trai
  3. Sorry for the late reply. I don't think the scenario should start with track already being built. Although in real-life all tracks have been placed at around 1880 to 1920, it's more fun for the player to lay the track themselves, because it's an enormous country. The following engines would fit perfectly in the scenario! F3 (A&B) GP7 VL80T of course FP45 Class 6E E60CP Class 132 Brenner E412 I want the scenario to be mainly focusing on passenger transport. But please, go ahead and throw some ideas from yourself, you are the one who is working on the scenario, right? I have also edit
  4. Little has changed for the railways in Kazakhstan since it's independence, except for new locomotives and electrification. But from what I've read is that the trade to and from Russia is since 1991 declining, but the trade to China is growing rapidly. So that may have an effect on the railroading industry. You could do that as a challenge. I think a good goal is to transport from 1991 to 2011 or 2014 an x number of passengers from Almaty to Astana, Almaty to Atyrau, Atyrau to Aktau AND Astana to Atyrau for bronze, for silver transport an x number of a specific goods between all of those tow
  5. The current rail lines connect the neighboring countries of Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Major events for Kazakhstan and the railroading industry: 1991: The former USSR declares Kazakhstan as an independent republic, and forces the country to hold elections August 1991: Nazarbayev is the new chairman of presidency (the new and first president) 1996: Nazarbayev reelected with 80% of the votes cast 1996: Kazakhstan Airlines declares bankruptcy, passenger rail transport increases slightly. December 1997: Capital change from Almaty to Astana (passenger numbers of Almaty decrease sli
  6. I do not know what you exactly mean, but the railways in Kazakhstan are around 75% unelectrified, on those tracks run diesel trains. On the electrified tracks are running diesel trains too, but also electric trains. Have a look here for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazakhstan_Temir_Zholy#Rolling_stock
  7. Sorry for the lack of information. There are five cities in Kazakhstan that are the most important for rail transport: Almaty (the former capital and largest city), Astana (the current capital city), Atyrau (important city for connections to Russia), Aktau (a town with an important port), and Shymkent, the second largest city. All railway lines were built between 1890 and 1930. The most important rail connections are: Almaty-Atyrau (twice daily service), Almaty-Astana (4 times daily service), Atyrau-Aktau (daily service) and Almaty-Shymkent (as part of the Almaty-Atyrau service). A list of th
  8. Hey, If anyone is interested in making a scenario for my nearly blank map, feel free to do so, because I'm not too good at making scenarios for a map. I've already added several events, but they do not work very well. If you want to have the entire scenario different, then don't hesitate to do so. Just remember that Kazakhstan was declared independent from the USSR in 1991. Kazakhstan.zip
  9. Thanks so much! The map is now working correctly. Once I'm done with making the map more detailed and when I'm done with putting up a scenario, I will upload the map to the site. Thanks for helping!
  10. Kazakhstan.zip That's a good idea. Here's the map. Feel free to change the settings!
  11. Thanks for the advice, but I have already done that several times. If you take for example the map ''Eastern Canada'' you can see that the products are already available. I'm talking about 10 to 15 products, my map has only 1 as I already said. Any other suggestions? It's a frustrating problem. Bas
  12. Hello fellow Railroaders, This is my first time I post something on the forum with this account, I had an account back in 2008, but since then took a break from Railroad Tycoon 3. But now I'm back with RRT3 since a few months and I have started making my own map. The map has no flaws except for just one that spoils the entire game, I have for some reason no products to supply or to demand. In the ''Overview'' tab I only see ''Diesel'', and that's it. If I run a railway line from point A to B on the map, the train doesn't transport anything at all. No food, no steel, not even passengers or ma
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