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'Euro Loco: Train Sim Pack' - Screens & Overview

by Thomas on April 16, 2002 @ 10:45 a.m. PDT

We wait ages for a quality expansion pack for Train Simulator and then two arrive at once! Following the recent announcement of the American Classics package, Just Trains now have a European treat in store for rail fans.

Euro Loco - Train Sim Pack is a an expansion for Microsoft's Train Simulator and includes no less than 10 beautifully recreated trains from around Europe - including the UK's much loved HST125, Germany's ICE and and engines from Holland, France and Italy. Of course no European package would be complete without the most splendid of Eurostar recreations too!

Custom-designed to ground breaking standards this package brings new life to your virtual railway, with authentic and detailed locomotives, carriages and freight car sets. Each of these new locos includes custom driving cab and passenger views, custom sounds and new freight engines with matching wagons.

Designed by the international man of genius: Chris Longhurst is an Englishman who was later raised in the Netherlands and now spends his days as a 3D computer modeller in Utah. Chris decided to turn his talent for 3D computer model making to the Train Simulator world after seeing the lack of any supporting products targetted at Europe. Having used trains as his main form of transport for most of his childhood, Chris says "they always say to stick to what you know - so I built European trains..."

As the 'fat controller' at Just Trains, MD Mungo Amyatt-Leir, commented: "Chris is an amazingly talented chap and this is his best work yet. With an easy install, full printed documentation and our legendary support, this is great value for anyone interested in European railways."

Euro Loco - Train Sim Pack will ship on April 24th - available with a money-back guarantee direct from Just Trains at and at major retailers throughout Europe and other territories. Expected retail price will be under £25/€35.

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