• Trainz Railroad Simulator 2019 has arrived!

    N3V Games are very happy to announce the release of Trainz Railroad Simulator 2019 - the latest, and certainly the best ever, version of Trainz.

    Both the PC and Mac version are currently available from our Trainz Store.

    The Steam version is currently in review with Steam and will be released as soon as it is approved.

    The Mac App Store release is scheduled for mid-January 2019.

    Start your journey by taking at our official trailer:

    And don't forget to explore our recently updated official TRS19 landing page.

    This page includes the full list of 130+ locos included in this release.


    To all our Early Access owners, and Gold Class Members, we've provided you with an early Christmas present in the shape of the very streamlined "NYC J3a Dreyfuss Hudson" steam loco. This item is worth $20 on the store, and is yours to keep. Please enjoy with our compliments, and thanks for your ongoing support!

    And for any TRS19 fence-sitters, you've got until the end of the year to jump on the bandwagon (or is that coal wagon?) to take advantage of this offer as well!

    What the fans are saying...

    Don't think of TRS19 as "another incremental advance". There are a goodly number of us who honestly think it's more of a great leap forward. It's significantly better.

    Congrats to the team behind TRS2019 this release has been way better then the Tane release ever was and was handled very well in my opinion.

    TRS19 did just what I was afraid of and that is making me to stop using TANE. I had 380 gig of DLS/DLC all nice and snug. Now I am rebuilding it al with TRS19 because everything! looks better right off the bat. Bottom line, I rate TRS19 a 9.5 out of 10.

    I love the reflections (sunlight on the water) and shadows seem more realistic (not perfect but getting there). The whole game just seems smoother in all respects. I'll never go back to any other version of Trainz. Thanks guys at N3V. Superb job!!
    ~Dave Snow

    At this point in the game, no pun intended, TRS19 is by far the best version of Trainz yet.

    This is the best Trainz ever. I love the graphic and all. Some of the best routes and sessions and more will be sure to come. If you like trains, like to watch, ride, or drive them then this is the one to get. Want to build your on route, plenty of resources available so dive right in. Oh and the community is willing and able to help along the way.

    It's funny that I've spent most of my time this weekend in England, Scotland, Canada, and Italy, just getting immersed in TRS19. I'm exhausted from all the travel. ;D
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    wilts747 Today, 05:10 PM Go to last post

    Network of model railroads?

    I've done a similar thing but not as a set of models.
    I made a lot of modules each had a main feature, city, town, industry etc.
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    euromodeller Today, 04:34 PM Go to last post

    Network of model railroads?

    Could also use iPortals, if they still work in newer versions of Trainz. I haven't messed around with those in a long time

    soap__ Today, 04:33 PM Go to last post

    Network of model railroads?

    Trainz has only a single environment at any one time while in the real world trains run 24/7, for example perhaps departing in daylight to arrive after

    wilts747 Today, 04:31 PM Go to last post

    Network of model railroads?

    Back in TS12 I built a route from Los Angelos to Chicago, using downloaded routes. It was joined together with portals. I also created some yard routes

    mikeaust Today, 04:25 PM Go to last post

    Little help?

    Given the fact that the OP did not give specifics about what they downloaded and installed it is impossible to determine what happened.

    wreeder Today, 03:16 PM Go to last post
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    Is there a power pole made as a attachment to rail bridges ? Telegraph line also ?


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    Railwoodman Today, 07:06 PM Go to last post

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    Thank you. A great help!

    pitkin Today, 05:44 PM Go to last post

    USA Pics

    Thank You!!!!

    WCL Today, 05:11 PM Go to last post

    Log Island

    Great Shaun.

    Of course is a big help.

    Thanks so much too.

    Best regards.


    manweb Today, 05:00 PM Go to last post

    PRR Screenshots

    I have both . And Like Both . But I'm not sure which I shot . The trains an old consist I just wanted to test the pulling up grade .


    Railwoodman Today, 04:47 PM Go to last post

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