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Thread: Train Simulator For The PC?

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    Thumbs up Train Simulator For The PC?

    I'm looking a train simulator I used to have. You constructed the track using pre designed sections including the tunnels! Then you placed the trains on the track! While the trains are running the throttles stay on the screen! It's not LEGO Loco which I have!

    Thanks, Guys!

    Christopher Tarana

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    What year was that? There are a half dozen different PC sims that meet that description to some degree or another....

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    I'm sure what year it was, I fired up my Vista computer and drew a blank! The layouts used a master power switch to start them!

    Thanks, Eolesen!

    Christopher Tarana

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    It wasn't "3D Ultra Lionel Traintown Deluxe" was it?


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    I was just thinking of Lionel Traintown. What a great game that is.
    Nick - Creator of the Virtual Railroading Review Show

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    Nope! But I did reinstall Rail3D last night! I'm looking for any screenshots I might taken.

    Thanks, Guys!

    Christopher

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    FYI, Rail3D's venerable Yahoo group is closing and moving to groups.io:

    https://groups.io/g/rail3d

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    Was it 3D Railroad Master?

    There have also been a couple of Hornby Virtual Railway efforts which took a fairly simplistic approach.

    Or maybe one of the earlier versions of EEP?
    Vern.

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    By any chance could it be Rule the Rail?

    Parker B. - A Misplaced Midwesterner.
    Also known as Mr. Two Bits and Mr. Squarewheels.

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    Only a simple version! The website was making schematics for USB devices that would control a model layout! It had it's own forum! The Vista computer has Lego Loco installed now!

    Thanks SD40-2

    Christopher Tarana

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