Road to the Black Sea Discussion

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Re: Road to the Black Sea Discussion

#191 Post by Tirol » 14 May 2019 15:44

Alexandru_Andrey wrote:
14 May 2019 15:23
They can not use real brand names due to licenses
I know, was meant only as an exemplary example.

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#192 Post by Alexandru_Andrey » 14 May 2019 15:48

In that way, yes makes sense.
They can also make some companies in Pitești that can be Com Divers Auto and Lazar Company with some fictive names if they do the city.

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#193 Post by jackalnxt » 14 May 2019 16:01

@orizon, you are partially correct.

There are several options for ferries across the Danube. Silistra - Calarash is the biggest. There are also ones in Nikopol - Turnu Muguele; Oryahovo - Beket and Svishtov - Zimnicea. Of those, I think there is a slight possibility of the Nikopol one, as it is a fair distance away from any major cities and can provide a nice alternate route.

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#194 Post by krmarci » 14 May 2019 16:14

dbddimov wrote:
14 May 2019 14:29
Will there be a Danube Ferry between Romania and Bulgaria?
I took a look at that section of the Danube. There are 2 bridges (Vidin, Ruse) and 4 ferries (Oryahovo, Nikopol, Svishtov, Silistra) between the two countries. The Oryahovo ferry appears to be in quite an important location, between Sofia and Craiova, where any other routes would be detours. (The other three can be avoided via the Ruse bridge.) So I think we may see the Oryahovo ferry...

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#195 Post by Shiva » 14 May 2019 16:24

Arvidsson-Källqvist wrote:
14 May 2019 15:43

So you mean this: https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-B_N8rYIp9_E/ ... 00/002.jpg
Is known where it is? I must have missed something. I guess it's somewhere in RO judging by the red markings near the crosswalk.
Oops! Good to write tired.... Sorry. misswrote 2 as 1.
2 and 5 are unknown. From blog 1.
While "1 3 4 6 7" are known or very likely.


Blog post 2, "1 3 4 5 6 7" known.
2 and 8 unknown.

the stuff inside "" I copied from my txt file.


/edit:
I have not seen it mentioned?
But the last position in the video is:
E80 Bulgarian/Turkey border crossing.
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Camii is the Mosque shown in it.

So unknown are. Unless I write wrong again:
Blog post 1: 2 and 5 of 7.
Blog post 2: 2 and 8 of 8.
Announcement video: 1st part, somewhere in Romania.

Bonus known. Current Blog header picture. Identified by jackalnxt.
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#196 Post by IonutL » 14 May 2019 18:55

Road to the Black Sea picture 2 is Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... 83-AEC.jpg There are 5 units and the yellow buildings from the right side unit match the ones from the blog.
Road to the Black Sea picture 8 is actually this one:
You also confused the 7th with the 8th picture.
So Road to the Black Sea picture 7 is from Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. The church tower, the one from the December stream teaser, i think is the one depicted.

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#197 Post by rbyro » 14 May 2019 19:27

7 it isn't Veliko Tarnovo. check the shape of the tunnel. Veliko Tarnovo is the picture from the video.

Edit: Found The first picture from the last post: SCS: https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-JhZY3XQPLI4/ ... 00/010.jpg Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4131098 ... 312!8i6656

Is the road to Dracula's Castle and also road to Cement Factory Holchim.
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#198 Post by Shiva » 15 May 2019 03:18

IonutL. 2/8 that does not seem to be a Nuclear Plant.
1/8 is it.
I go by the 1 of 8 numbering, when clicked on a picture and the slideshow view.

rbyro, cheers to the find!

*Posts Merged*

Locations for Road to the Black Sea screenshots vs Google Streetview. "If Streetview available."
Note, numbering is by Slideview number. NOT how they are gridded in the blog posts.

Blog 1, of Road to the Black Sea: ETS2 Teasing
1/7 vs Google Streetview. Twitter picture vs Google streetview. Found by Shiva.
2/7 Possible location found by rbyro on the SCS Forums.
3/7 vs Google Streetview. Found by Radin Hristov at SCS Blog.
4/7 vs Google Streetview. Found by jackalnxt at SCS Forums.
5/7 Unknown.
6/7 vs Google Streetview. Found by Shiva, with the help of a post from jackalnxt at SCS Forums.
7/7 vs Google Streetview. Found by Alexandru_Andrey SCS Forums. + Streetview, by rbyro on SCS Forums.

Blog 2, of Road to the Black Sea: Road to the Black Sea
1/8 vs Google Maps. "Streetview". Found by pigbrother on SCS Forums.
2/8 vs Google Streetview. Found by rbyro on SCS Forums.
3/8 vs Google Streetview. + Streetview 2, see original post. Found by jackalnxt on SCS Forums.
4/8 vs Google Streetview. Found by Alexandru_Andrey on the SCS Forums, bonus picture. Also found by Romerocc and Adrian Mihai.
5/8 vs Google Streetview. Found by those that found 6/8.
6/8 vs Google Streetview. Found by Alexandru_Andrey SCS Forums, bonus picture. And Romerocc SCS Blog. Addition by me, location of roadside objects.
7/8 vs Google Streetview. Found by Aves on SCS Forums.
8/8 unknown?

SCS's ETS2 Road to the Black Sea announcement Youtube Video.
Locations:
1. Seems to be close to the location of picture 2/8.
2. Veliko Tărnovo. Google Maps + streetview. Found by jackalnxt, SCS Forums+ streetview post.
3. E80 Bulgarian/Turkey border crossing. Found by Shiva.

Banner picture, identified as the Danube Bridge by jackalnxt on SCS Forums.

If there are errors or better fitting locations, let us know.


supersobes and all other moderators, channel andmins and SCS Staff, please, do not merge this with my previous post.
Yes, I know that it is 2 posts after each other, aka double posting.

**Request denied. Sorry rules are the rules and there is ZERO reason I can see to allow a double post.**

/Edit: Links added back.
+ new finds by jackalnxt and rbyro.
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Re: Road to the Black Sea Discussion

#199 Post by Alexandru_Andrey » 15 May 2019 05:50

Great post @Shiva 👌
I like all the locations with their in game comparison.
Also helpful for others that came here recently.
Thanks. :)

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Re: Road to the Black Sea Discussion

#200 Post by Shiva » 15 May 2019 07:47

Cheers Alexandru_Andrey. I tried to get in most of the people who found the places.
I would have done it faster, but sleep has been... too short for too long.
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