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    Default Train Life A Railway Simulator.

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    Could be interesting for many, but not for me.
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    Not for me either Bruce. But if i see anthing i always post the info. Just in case anyone else has any interest.
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    No interest here.

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    That's a deffo no then, is it Sean
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    It looks cool and I would think Europe should be very happy with this. For me I don't think so.

    As always it's good to see stuff on the horizon. I'm just learning to build curves in Unity so I have a long way to go just to get rolling stock to move around a curve. Obviously a finished project like this is going to appeal to many, I would think.

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    Honestly the concept is very interesting. I've thought about similar ideas of having some kind of ATS type feel to mix a sim with tycoon. I'm just not familiar enough with Eurpoean content. BTW Orient Express was available in MSTS so that was the 1st that I know of not this. Perhaps it will have editors

    I'll keep my eye on it for sure, but I really don't have interest in it at this time.

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    It was a joke Sean
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    No I knew that. But I did look at it again and it is a very interesting concept and looks to be well designed.

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    No worries buddy, i looked once and that was enough.

    Mike.
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