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    Default Older SLI sets

    Does anyone have an address for where you can still buy older SLI sets that are not shown on there new website?

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    Hi,
    You used to be able to get them via https://web.archive.org but I don't think it works now (but I stand to be corrected).

    It depends on what sets you're after - for locos, there is the SLI Retro Engine Pack available on the current site : http://www.trainsimulations.net/msts-engines.html which contains the SP GP40x, UP Engine Pack, Santa Fe Superset, SD70ACe engine pack, and BN Engine pack.

    Cheers,
    Ged

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    I was actually looking for the CN GP9M set which I don't see but thanks anyway.

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    Um, that is now a part of CN Trainsets Vol. 2

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    If you poke around long enough on Archive.org, you might find a working link to SWReg for the older sets. They don't appear to have been removed from the catalog, but what I've found is that the price isn't as lucrative when you look at the rebundling they've done.

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    They've added a new "Retired Content" tab which redirects to SWREG to a page with all the old SLI content. I applause them for doing this, as it's a huge convenience over what we used to have to do.

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    what is the direct link to the retired content page? I went to archive.org and could not find it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireEngine View Post
    what is the direct link to the retired content page? I went to archive.org and could not find it!

    Go to this website....

    http://www.trainsimulations.net/products.html

    Find "Retired Products" tab... thats what people are stating...
    Dave Edwards


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    Nice... wish I knew what was in some of those retired packs. Need to poke around a bit to see if there's a listing...

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    I hope, the Community can understand my posts.

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