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Home of the Trainz series, a game in which you can become an engine driver. The game is a bit dated, but a lot of fun to play.
Here you wil find content made for Auran Trainz and Microsoft Train Simulator. Website hasn’t been updated since 2010 it seems; may not be the most current source of information.
Langs de Rails (Alongside the Rails)
This site is about trains. I started photographing trains in 1967. My first pictures were made in the Netherlands, but soon I started travelling through Germany, Austria, France and other European countries.
Take control of authentic licensed locomotives, drive real-world routes and customise your experience with new Steam Workshop integration.
Welcome to the world of railway signalling! SimSig brings the signal box to your home PC and with it the enjoyment and frustrations of running today’s (and some of yesterday’s) railways. How often has your train been delayed because of “signal failure” and you’ve wondered why trains can’t be routed around the problem – or why it is even a problem in the first place? You’ll soon see exactly why – with SimSig!
The Railway Centre
All kinds of information about the UK railways and overseas.
The Signal Box
This web site is all about railway signalling. Its primary purpose is to describe the principles behind railway signalling in Great Britain, but some coverage of signalling around the world will also be found.
An unofficial web site for professional railway people working for London Underground and for those interested in the London Underground railway system. Information provided here is also useful for those interested in other metros and subway systems.
Welcome to TrainSim.Com! This web site is for you if you are interested in railway simulations. We offer a library of downloadable files, forums to exchanges messages, news and more. We do not sell train simulator software.