Just wondering. The reason being the subject came up in the pub last week with my friends (we're in our 30s-50s) and console players, the opinion seemed to be when one of us mentioned the game was 'that sounds cool, makes a change from fps's and fifa' at least three of us have bought it on ps4 since then. Is it attracting interest from console players that wouldn't normally play sims because of the nostalgia of train travel from our youth? The Trans-Pennine thing is definitely of interest here, we're in St Helens and as well as the Liverpool-Manchester line, Rainhill Trials etc there was Vulcan works and many historical stations and railway infrastructure still around. Workhouse bridge for example is at the top of my street. https://www.suttonbeauty.org.uk/beauty/suttonbridges/ There are many listed railway bridges within a mile of my house, including Intersection bridge which was the first railway bridge in the world to span another railway. Thanks Dovetail for re-igniting our interest!