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 Posted: Mon Oct 15th, 2007 10:55 am
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David made this post on the last site so this is part of the rescue operation.


I can highly recommend the website http://www.german-railroads.com especially the add on 'Rollbahn' which is set in northern Germany between Munster and Bremen. There are two version, firstly the 1962 version which is mainly steam hauled trains and the second version which is set in 1972 and is mainly eletric, diesel and a limited amount of steam hauled trains. I find this highly addictive and spend many hours driving trains!

Well worth a look, the website is in English and the webmasters all speak very good English.

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David



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