Development on version 2.x (British Isles Edition)

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Darkfizch
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11 Jun 2017 12:59

It's unbelievable how much realism those France DLC assets add to the map. That, and your skillz, of course :D

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11 Jun 2017 15:19

Wow, all this stuff looks amazing. Can't wait to get to drive around those areas... :)

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cashtime2013
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12 Jun 2017 11:58

NathanARF wrote:
07 Jun 2017 18:26
Would it be possible to make the ferry port on the north of Scotland actually at Scrabster? Because Thurso is the main town up there but Scrabster is where all of the ferries come and go.
Unlikely, so for now Thurso will remain the ferry port ;)
chibz32 wrote:
08 Jun 2017 10:11
Is there any possibility of a sea port in Aberdeen to Bergen and Faroe Islands ?? Pretty sure its still going in real life. Love PM on ETS2 and await PM. ATS
Again unlikely, as too many ferry routes can cause GPS problems (well-known ferry bug)

However, I can show you a sneak preview of Fraserburgh....
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12 Jun 2017 13:23

Nice!!!

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12 Jun 2017 13:27

Nice quality! ;)

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12 Jun 2017 14:11

nice port :)
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12 Jun 2017 16:39

Love the harbour of Fraserbourgh so many Yatchs :O now which one is my Yatch :lol:
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12 Jun 2017 16:55

Yes, do many yachts :D Nice!
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12 Jun 2017 21:41

*Wipes tear from eye* It's beautiful! Absolutely brilliant work Cashtime! :)

Suprised at the size of the harbour though, as Fraserburgh actually has a pretty small harbour, comparing it to the home of the massive trawlers like Lunar Bow at Peterhead that is.

Really hope the fish market is there and South Harbour Road to drive along the sea front! Don't suppose Gray & Adams are there?

Keep up the amazing work to everyone working on the UK!

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12 Jun 2017 23:22

Yachts...? LOL.... actually, they're trawlers: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@57.69394 ... 312!8i6656

Thanks Jagdtiger1 :D , yep, the route into town is via South Harbour Road, and Shore Street. I've included two fish/seafood companies. The game's scale always makes the city area appear larger than the surrounds. I've tried to represent local features as much as I can, with quite a few of those trawlers! ;)
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