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Hehe, I'd personally recommend routes 3, 45, 68 and 159. All four routes cover the majority of the map. The 45 will have to be my favourite as it's the most scenic once it gets into the City of London.
I'll clarify closer to the time as I only now have the 432 on my list of routes that was planned and hasn't been worked on. There are however a number of routes that are curtailed, plans to extend them will be considered.
Interesting you should mention those Rhys, I'm not familiar with the capital's routes and never got TSLP but looking at your previously posted route maps (very nice they are too) I fancied the 3, 68, 59 and 415 to begin, in that order, so I could explore as much of the scenery as possible. The 45 wasn't on my radar but is now.
BTW minor point you may have already fixed but on the maps you posted a while back you'd misspelt Nelson's Column
A few new backdrop towns were required to fill out the background when crossing the River Thames at Waterloo Bridge (if you were to look to your east), as well opening the doors to Routes 59/68/91/171 to be diverted via Blackfriars in certain scenarios. These new towns have allowed Route 45 to become the fourth full route in the add-on (out of 16 routes (I think)). Running between King's Cross and Clapham Park via Gray's Inn Road, Holborn Circus, City Thameslink, Blackfriars, Elephant & Castle, Camberwell Green, Loughborough Junction, Brixton and Brixton Hill**, Route 45 takes a total of 50 mins per trip to complete and is the longest Route in the add-on surprisingly. All new required crossings were developed at the beginning of the month with the few bits of additional scenery now just being added in crossing, by crossing.
Will make another update within the next few days of all the recent map developments/bus developments. Took some time off this month to support my mother who's been unwell for a while. I'm now back at it with the London developments as my mother is recovering.
Here's some newest screenshots of the NRM's development. I plan to start the importing process as soon this evening.
Well, I've finally got around to making a new one! It's much closer to the real thing, although still not perfect as everything it seems to come in contact with is not quite right in some way... anyway:
You'll note there's now a CCTV screen fitted too, and it does indeed work. To not kill the performance completely it only has the ability to show the rear door when it's open, with a nice placeholder if you turn off the mirrors too.