Train Simulator

Train Simulator

Gatwick Express BR Class 460 'Juniper' EMU Available Now

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Randallator Oct 11 @ 4:13pm 
hnbkelly same question to you, what's the difference between an Aussie AC6000 and a US one?
hnbkelly Oct 4 @ 9:12pm 
plus we have great railways marrvolus eingneering lookup austrlian zig zag railway and look up it history
hnbkelly Oct 4 @ 9:08pm 
oi arubin you yanks all ways think big trains and get cocky about new designs plus our trains where meant for harsh enviroments steeps grades and rugged little fellas so i wondnt be talking
somesortofdiscorduser Oct 4 @ 3:44pm 
Gabe newell should die. he fucking updated the game to crash computers that didnt buy the things.
cvproductions Oct 4 @ 7:11am 
does not work!!!!
Mickey B Oct 1 @ 2:26am 
You could say the same about America CrazyGecko. For the population they have you would assume that there'd be much faster and efficient public transport. Also don't forget, Australia's only been a 'country' for just over 100 years, we are still streamlining our public transport infrastructure.

Arubin, just be greatful there is American content in the game for you to enjoy. Don't get 'salty'

Randallator, why reinvent the wheel? Australian companies don't need that kind of power, except for mining and even then, we don't need that many locos. No point in developing another one
Randallator Sep 30 @ 10:18am 
Geon what's the difference between an Aussie AC6000 and a US one?
Lizzietheratcicle Sep 30 @ 9:50am 
nice :)
CrazyGecko Sep 30 @ 2:20am 
Australia has a lot of catching up to do too. STILL reliant on three guages because each state can't look at the bigger picture. Heavy reliance on overseas equipment purchases because local builders price themselves too high and are now uncompetitive, money and time wasted on converting loco's and wagons to different guages. Track quality is laughable in some areas and public transports varies between overcrowded and late running. Pretty trains don't interest investors and shareholders.
Arubin1971 Sep 29 @ 8:56pm 
Most Australian trains are based off of British and American ones. Look at the XTP or any of the freight engines.