This 101kb zip file includes the scenario (TRT96.SV0) for Transport Tycoon Deluxe and a saved game (TRT96.SV1) based on the scenario.
This is an accurate world map centered on Europe, slightly distorted to make it fit TTD's square frame. It includes the major rivers, elevations and mountain ranges and 6 of the largest world cities - New York, Rio De Janeiro, Paris, Johannesburg, Tokyo and Sydney. There are no industries. The goal is to move passengers, and to connect the major cities to each other.
BY RAIL - There is a rail system that never existed, connecting some of the major cities on each continent - Chicago to New York, Los Angeles and Mexico City; Rio De Janeiro to Buenos Aires; Paris to London and Moscow; Paris to Bombay via Istanbul, Tehran and Karachi; Cairo to Johannesburg via Khartoum and Nairobi; Bombay to Delhi and Calcutta; and Seoul to Singapore via Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Bangkok.
These are the 17 trains and their routes.
The consists are all 1 mail car and 2 passenger coaches:
BY AIR - One city on each continent has an airport (New York, Rio De Janeiro, Paris, Johannesburg, Tokyo, and Sydney), all connected by a network of 6 intercontinental routes: NYC-RIO, NYC-PAR, NYC-TYO, PAR-JNB, PAR-TYO and TYO-SYD.
BY SEA - There are 3 passenger lines with vessels named after some famous ocean liners: Los Angeles to Honolulu (Matson Line "Lurline"); New York to London (Cunard Line "Queen Mary" and "Queen Elizabeth"); and London to Sydney (Orient Line "Oriana", "Orsova", "Oronsay" and "Orcades"). There are also ferry routes connecting Singapore to Jakarta and Hong Kong to Manila.
Above: North America, with New York at center
Above: Middle East, with Suez Canal at center
Below: Europe, also including North Africa and the Middle East. Note London and Paris at left center, Moscow at top, Istanbul at center, Cairo and Tehran at the right.