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    Quote Originally Posted by westerngy View Post
    I had a look at it and not impressed with it at all.
    Fair enough.
    To each, his own.
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    Are there any US passenger equipment and operations among the current content?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkj View Post
    Are there any US passenger equipment and operations among the current content?
    No. A typical task sheet is shown below.
    All freight, all US north-east.

    https://www.runonrails.com/en/faq.html
    https://www.runonrails.com/en/manual_sd70m.html
    https://www.runonrails.com/en/intro.html
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    I am pleased you said about it being a NE US railroad setting, Bruce.

    No interest to me, i only enjoy the railroads in the western states.

    Stops me being tempted anyway.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    I am pleased you said about it being a NE US railroad setting, Bruce.

    No interest to me, i only enjoy the railroads in the western states.

    Stops me being tempted anyway.

    Mike.
    Ah, er, sorry to tempt you Mike, but this is from the FAQ:

    "Content development: Before the end of this year a new scenery on Southwest U.S. will be available. Also more cars and, at least, one more locomotive."



    David

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    Well that is nasty David, you could have kept that too yourself buddy.

    Mike.
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