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    289v8

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    Whatever you do, good or bad, people will always have something negative to say.

    289v8 Today, 06:21 AM Go to last post
    Alikiwi

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    Not sure I can add anything that the majority of sensible people have already said. The original post clearly ignores the facts and you'd wonder why bother

    Alikiwi Today, 05:35 AM Go to last post
    pware

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    I understand where you are coming from here but no matter how they presented it without using that image, someone would "dredge it up" and accuse

    pware Today, 04:47 AM Go to last post
    Vern

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    It's all very subjective anyway, for example multiplayer - whether driving/operating or in Surveyor holds no interest for me. However a MSTS or TS2020

    Vern Today, 03:33 AM Go to last post
    amigacooke

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    I'll just mention that not everyone who supported the KickStarter decided to keep the banner saying so.

    I'll also admit to thinking that

    amigacooke Today, 02:29 AM Go to last post
    RPearson

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    Steam Locomotives on the TEST TRACK. 5 years and still waiting.

    Bob Pearson

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    PWeiser

    Yes

    Yes, they're trying to figure out platform/(computer) language issues.

    PWeiser Today, 08:25 AM Go to last post
    fant_autentico

    Narrow gauge screenshots

    I like this little railway Normhart

    Regards

    fant_autentico Today, 08:08 AM Go to last post
    Thule_P

    Narrow gauge screenshots

    I was thinking more along the lines of Minimum Gauge in general, lol (Sand Hutton was 15inch gauge, though there doesn't seem to be that much difference

    Thule_P Today, 07:11 AM Go to last post
    FootplatePhil

    Australian screenshots

    Roy, I added this line late to my above post, as when I reread it I was worried my initial reply could be seen as a bit critical.

    "I

    FootplatePhil Today, 06:50 AM Go to last post
    Roy3b3

    Australian screenshots

    Thanks Phil, that is very complimentary.

    But I also know that nothing is ever perfect, and that's probably my main problem. I'll create

    Roy3b3 Today, 06:38 AM Go to last post
    FootplatePhil

    Australian screenshots

    I also test thoroughly, but my experience is that nothing is ever perfect (or really complete), and some sometimes you have to draw a line in the sand.

    FootplatePhil Today, 06:17 AM Go to last post