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    Default Railway Operations Simulator

    https://www.railwayoperationsimulator.com/

    I have no idea what this is all about. I came across it from a link on the N$V Trainz forum.

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    I've heard about. Looks like TD3 but with updated stuff. Site is very vague.

    I don't even use my dispatching stuff any longer. Too busy with what I enjoy.

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    Not my bag, Sean. But thought i would share the info buddy.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    https://www.railwayoperationsimulator.com/

    I have no idea what this is all about. I came across it from a link on the N$V Trainz forum.

    Mike.
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    Boring then Bruce, deffo not my scene buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Boring then Bruce, deffo not my scene buddy.

    Mike.
    If I had to do that job in Real Life, I would have every signal at Danger and annoy the Hell out of all the drivers and passengers!
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    The program appears to have been around since 2012.

    Rail Os https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZn...dAO6sL6hjTPBQQ

    I will get excited the day someone builds custom dispatching software and freight forwarding software that could be used in a program like Trainz for the routes that you build and I finally have single player routes that interest me and I can do all aspects of railroading on a manageable scale.

    Until that happens I think it's a case of "Tell Him He's Dreamin"


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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    If I had to do that job in Real Life, I would have every signal at Danger and annoy the Hell out of all the drivers and passengers!
    You nasty pasty, Bruce Mind i must admit, that passengers are the most inconvenient part of working in the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    ....passengers are the most inconvenient part of working in the industry.
    Down here, the NSW mob who operate Sydney's rail service (used to be called 'CityRail') must refer to passengers as "customers".
    They do not transport passengers, they convey "customers".
    Apparently this was a move to project a more caring image to the public.
    "You, madam, are a treasured customer and we value your custom!"
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    Same in the UK Bruce, passengers have been known as customers for many years now buddy.

    Along with other crazy rebrandings of rail employees, job descriptions.

    Mike.
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