• Dream In Vision Progress Report

    TrainSim.Com News: Dream In Vision


    Dream in Vision have launched some new images and avi's from their work in progress.

    The first image shows a Hudson gracefully making its way along its route, everthing one expects from a great locomotive.

         

    http://www.dream-in-vision.com/games/showcase.asp

    The second image shows two guys aboard what in the UK was called a 'Sheffield Trolley'. Dream in Vision are keen to find out what it was called in various countries. Download the avi and watch those guys race a Hudson!

    Next in line shows a Sante Fe, without doubt one of the world's classic locomotives say Dream in Vision.

         

    Finally the last image shows their continuing work on the GE AC 6000.

    http://www.dream-in-vision.com/games/mts.asp?model=ac6000

    We discovered recently this was the worlds most powerful locomotive and it remains one of the team's favorites. There's just something majestic about its awesome power that is compelling say Dream in Vision.

    www.dreaminvision.com

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