Monday, 13 January 2014

No Steam route for Railworks?

It's coming...
39 stations of joy.

Diesel and Steam, passenger and mixed freight.


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8 comments:

Tyseley Tim said...

Cant't wait for this route to be available especially as I reside in Wear Valley - I've been following this routes progress for 3 years plus now and regularly look to see if you have added anything to the blog. All that you have done for the route (with the help of Bob of course) looks top notch. Does this now mean that the route will be commercially released at some time soon (ie in the next year or two?) by Dovetail? I am sure they can be persuaded after the success of Keith Ross's WLOS and surely you must have an instrumental say with being part of this company. Anyway, for what its worth, I think they would be daft if they didn't.

Darren said...

I think being the head of content gives Derek a pretty good chance of persuading someone to release the content, he only needs to persuade himself. :)

However, this won't be a 'First Day Purchase' for me Derek, there is no Ferryhill. How many times have I told you? :D

Anonymous said...

Don't recall you mentioning it to me though.

lol

Cheers
Bob

Darren said...

Did he not pass the message on? :D

Derek Siddle said...

there was a message?

Darren said...

Granted, it was three years ago....

ukpetey said...

As a local - I live in Bishop Auckland - I am awaiting the release of this exciting route - it looks like it'll be truly fantastic.

I'm waiting to part with my cash!

Andrew Franks said...

This does indeed look the "bollocks"...we need more Northeastern routes especially after the Durham East Coast fiasco

Looking forward to it!!!!