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Re: D&S Simulator
Posted by: harryadkins (IP Logged)
Date: January 22, 2012 03:29PM

If you haven't given Railworks a look, I would highly recommend it. I've been using RW since it's introduction and in my opinion, it's the best available. My children gave me MSTS when it was first released and I've also tried Trainz. Railworks has great attention to detail and is much more stable than MSTS. Most of the initial issues have been resolved and it's fun to operate.

You might also check out the treads for the Cimarron & Pacific on the Railworks America website. Even though the C&P is standard gauge, it is very similar to the D&RGW narrow gauge lines in the early 1900's.

Harry Adkins



Subject Written By Posted
  D&S Simulator John C 01/19/2012 08:49AM
  Re: D&S Simulator Brendan 01/19/2012 07:52PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Jeff Taylor 01/20/2012 12:50PM
  Re: D&S Simulator madbare 01/20/2012 03:04PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Jeff Ramsey 01/20/2012 04:40PM
  Re: D&S Simulator justlegg 01/20/2012 08:53PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Bill Pratt 01/20/2012 05:00PM
  Re: D&S Simulator madbare 01/23/2012 02:05PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Bill Pratt 01/23/2012 04:21PM
  Re: D&S Simulator madbare 01/24/2012 08:17AM
  Re: D&S Simulator round_house 01/20/2012 06:45PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Bill Hobbs 01/20/2012 07:10PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Bill Pratt 01/20/2012 08:52PM
  Re: D&S Simulator ozinoz 01/22/2012 02:44PM
  Re: D&S Simulator harryadkins 01/22/2012 03:29PM
  Re: D&S Simulator michael 01/22/2012 08:28PM
  Re: D&S Simulator Herb Kelsey 01/23/2012 02:15AM


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Eastbound Colorado & Southern freight train leaving Waterton, Jefferson County, Colorado; Engines 69 and 70 and twenty-eight cars curve round bend at 15 MPH. Pbotographed: March 31 1941

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