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Thread: The future of TRS19

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    Default The future of TRS19

    I am sure there is a Thread on this but I can't see it for looking.

    It strikes me as an enthusiastic supporter from the year dot that we have reached a significant break point in our ongoing journey with Trainz. An awful lot of people have been with you on getting the product where it is today and if they are anything like me they can't wait for the next chqapter to begin.

    Tony, in particuar, please point me in the right direction because I want to go where no one has gone before and get a sense of what the future holds.

    Graham


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    Graham

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    A beginning of information Post #2 here: https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...Simulator-2021

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    I asked a similar question back in December

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...19-Name-Change
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    Until we officially announce anything, probably a good place to start is our Trainz Plus page; https://info.trainzsimulator.com/trainz-plus

    That will give you a fair idea of what is coming in future updates (not everything is applicable, but the majority will be).
    Tony Hilliam

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    Hi Tony!
    Please add social media buttons to the site.
    Thank you.

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    Thanks very much.

    Surveyor 2 looks very promising. Love to do my bit as and when

    Graham

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