Development on version 2.x (British Isles Edition)

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The Mad One
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23 Sep 2016 12:45

It's not as near as you make it out to be - it's 4 miles as the crow flies. But then, it also depends which Catthorpe you will be building - it will be much easier to add if it is the old junction because you wouldn't need to also build J18 of the M1 (just outside the DIRFT) you could use the local roads to get there - which is much cooler IMO. We'll have to wait and see.
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23 Sep 2016 13:10

4miles ingame is.... Very close.

DIRFT, would be very nice, if it somehow could fit into the map.
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23 Sep 2016 17:02

Shiva wrote:4miles ingame is.... Very close.

DIRFT, would be very nice, if it somehow could fit into the map.
But in terms of junctions, it is far from the closest in-game. Near Bad Oeynhausen, there are two junctions both represented in PM - the distance between them is 1.7km (just over 1 mile), and both are represented. The four miles between J18 and 19 on the M1 (DIRFT and Catthorpe respectively) is just shy of 4x further.


In the centre of Berlin, you have two junctions on the BAB 100 (?) which are even closer - 1.2km.

In both cases, one junction is comparatively simpler than the other - the same can be said of J18 and J19. With 6.3 km of motorway between them, it will be easy to fit the DIRFT in.
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23 Sep 2016 17:50

ProMods Britain looking good. It would be nice to see York, Leeds/Bradford added as Yorkshire is an important bit of Northern England.

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23 Sep 2016 22:12

Guys, do you have Guernsey in plans? (I'm not even gonna ask about Isle of Wight because I really know the scale :D )

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23 Sep 2016 23:53

Actually it is the opposite of what you think.

Isle of Wight is something I hope to make, while Guernsey is too small and isn't a place for trucks.
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25 Sep 2016 10:19

Why is SeptianPJ's Ireland map topic locked?

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25 Sep 2016 10:22

Because he joined our team and is now updating in this thread
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25 Sep 2016 11:33

Some progress in Irish motorway. ;)

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25 Sep 2016 12:12

Very nice work Septian ;)



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