The map includes Darlington and Stockton. You might like to start your railway delivering coal and passengers between the two towns. Also, please respect the countryside and do not dig major straight trenches through the hills and moors for your transport, but follow the contours of the land.
As an objective, try to link all towns, each with a profitable railway within, say, 50 years, something British Rail never managed.
The GRFs are pre-loaded, centred on the UKRS2 grf. If you dont have them or like them, then change the GRF's after selecting the scenario but before you start playing the game, and if you do change them, then it is "user beware" if some of the results are unexpected.
To set V 1.1.1 to allow changing GRF's after loading a scenario, then, before opening Openttd,
use a text editor on openttd.cfg
find a line with scenario_developer
(its within the [gui] section)
and set it to scenario_developer = true
Alternatively load Openttd then use ~ to open the console, if you know what that is.
A screen shot:
The networks starts in Newcastle, an area that is currently rather under-developed due to much more intresting this further east Newcastle connects eastwards with a service of two edwardians, of which one can be seen here puffing along a valley east of Newcastle Dunfries was a quite little town before the railway came...
Kirkcudbright is the major freighthub of the current network, being served by some 30 trains and 8 boats
Today, Kirkcudbright doesnt have a railway so you are doing much better than in real life (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirkcudbright)
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