Type of project: map (real)
Name of project: Originally was Gorubathan-Nathula, but the idea has developed in my mind so far, that it is no longer accurate.
Involved persons: Me.
Details: (Short description, e.g. way of bus lines, functionality of mods etc.) A month ago, I spent an hour on writing a description here (was trying to start a new thread like I am now), but ... it didn't have a happy end - it displayed an error message and that was it, and I lost all the text, huh!
Basically, on this map, you can see the part of the route, that I have got completely finished so far. It starts from the village of Mal Bazar at around 250-300 m above sea level, goes through Damdim, Gorubathan, then climbs all the way up to the village of Lava (at ~2050 m), through the highest point at ~2230 m and then goes down to Algarah, where it turns right (northeast) and through Pedong it descends back down. My progress is here. 90 km in total so far, completely finished road.
I did it, because this is the type of road, that I prefer most.
The map does not have any Station Links or lines for now, because it is too far away from being completed.
Copyright: (Do you allow users to modify particular objects and upload them?) - Yes, if you want.
Pictures/videos: (self explaining)
I'm tired right now and there are quite a few pics of the map here. They are mixed with other photos, but if you scroll a bit, you will find them. Tomorrow, I may borrow the links from photobucket and paste them here (which will take me an hour or even more...)
I can't seem to be able to get the links properly and in the Preview they appear as broken image icons. So, I will provide two links to the first of 2 series of images, that are related to this map. First serie consist of 5 pics, the second consists of many images. When you click on those two links, just click right arrow in photobucket for next image.
Summary: This map is for all, who prefer such mountain maps like Glacier Express if I remember correctly the name. Good night!
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