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Digital-Rails Announces Routes

Last updated Thu, 21 Jun 2012 09:20:05 GMT
Originally posted on Mon, 21 Jun 2004 00:43:05 GMT

Already known for their train-sim utilities DEMEX and JUMPER, Digital-Rails is now branching out into route design. Several Microsoft Train Simulator routes are under development, including "The Joint Line" offering heavy hauling in the Powder River Basin.  For more information, click on Read More.

December 6, 2003 - The creators of Demex and Jumper have joined forces to bring the train-sim community the best in complete routes, tools, and add-ons for Microsoft Train Simulator. In addition to the well known DEMEX and JUMPER utilities, Digital-Rails announces the development of several routes including "The Joint Line", a faithful recreation of 100 route miles of heavy haul railroading set in the Wyoming Powder River Basin.

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