As silently as the turning of the Earth, a new era has dawned. Great new inventions like electricity, diesel engines, and radio promise to change the world. Western imperialism continues its global march, the U.S. recently joining the arena by taking Spanish colonial holdings in the Spanish-American War. But at home, the transportation network is still not up to snuff, and where the U.S. had once been a world leader in locomotion, it now lags behind the European powers. This is where you come in. The opportunity is ripe for a tycoon with a few extra bucks to fill this nation's aching need for a comprehensive rail network. For this to be accomplished, a few steps are entailed: 1. A transcontinental line must be constructed as quickly as possible. While the 50-year-old Pacific Railroad works, it is in dire need of rebuilding for modern, heavier rail cars. The entire length will have to be built from scratch. Connect New York > St. Louis > San Francisco 2. The nation requires a comprehensive rail network to quickly move manufactured goods to our ports. You must connect at least 30 cities to your rail network. In addition, you must connect the following cities to Washington D.C. by 1950: a. New York b. Boston c. Miami d. Atlanta e. New Orleans f. Dallas g. Chicago h. Minneapolis i. Detroit j. San Diego k. Los Angeles l. Seattle m. Denver 3. Finally, the U.S. has favored an isolationist foreign policy for decades, but that looks to be soon changing. In order to facilitate international trade, our nation requires rail connections to our foreign neighbors to the north and south. Connect to both Mexico and Canada. BRONZE MEDAL 1) Connect New York > St. Louis > San Francisco by 1930 2) Connect at least 20 cities by 1950 3) Connect to Mexico and Canada by 1950 SILVER MEDAL All of the Above, but 2) Connect 30 cities by 1950 in addition: -Industry Profits: $10 million GOLD MEDAL All of Silver, but 1) Connect New York > St. Louis > San Francisco by 1925 2) Connect 45 cities by 1950 and, in addition: -Connect all listed major cities -Company Book Value: $100 million -Industry Profits: $50 million Good Luck! ***SPECIAL CONDITIONS*** -No Unconnected Track Laying -May Only Start One Company -Non-starred Towns Don't Count for Medal --------------------------------------------------------- Hello guys, this is my Railroad Tycoon 3 Unlimited Mod! It covers a span of history from 1900 to 1950 over the entire United States (minus Alaska and Hawaii). Basically what drove the creation of this mod was my want for more attention to detail on the map and more historical events in-game. Notable additions: 1) well over 100 historical events and popups, many of them newspapers with headlines taken from real-life articles of the historical event. I went searching through newspaper archives for this haha 2) well-detailed map, every river labeled, most mountains and ranges labelled as well 3) non-starred towns: basically small cities that have minor demand for goods and may have some industries but don't grow over time. Makes regions like the West more interesting 4) Achievements. They're kind of like Easter Eggs in that you don't know how to trigger them, they just occur after a certain milestone and give a unique bonus like cheaper railroads or price increase of a good. 5) other assorted choice events. I.e. you can choose to go one way or another for different benefits (or potential losses!) 6) historical changes in prices of goods. For example, prohibition causes alcohol prices to plummet. War forces iron, grain, weapons and troops prices way up. 7) train robbery events! Screenies! Spoiler Screenshots : Spoiler THIS IS AN ACHIEVEMENT! Don't open unless you don't care about having one of them spoiled for you! : DOWNLOAD (dropbox link, size: 26.12 MB) edit: or download below as a .zip in case something happens to the link Installation instructions: -Place New American Millennium.gmp file in your Railroad Tycoon 3/maps folder -that should be it! let me know if you guys have problems, but should be that straightforward. Have fun railroadin'.