How much is one MSTS?

Should I buy MSTS

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richa2002

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Yes because if you have a decent graphics card and overall PC you can get results like this:
 

nutter

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To me it looks like the brige at Barmouth on the cambrian coast, but as I don't own the route I don't know what the MSTS version looks like. If you like BVE then I would get MSTS aswell (even though I was the other way round).
 

Coxster

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nutter said:
Well I picked one up from gamestation for a tenner a couple of months ago but most add-ons are between 20 and 25 pounds (dam keybords :lol: ).

Hope this helps
Yes, but many such as the West Somerset, Severn Valley and London & SouthEast are well worth it. You also have the cheaper donationware ones. There are many few £4.50 CDs on UKTrainSim however most have been taken offline due to various 'things'.
 

Jonno2055

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I saw that, was thinking of picking up brighton to portsmouth but they didnt have anything else, train sim in euros is about 30 euros if you get it for 20 pounds.

1 euro is about 75 pence
 

Coxster

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LondonBVE said:
Ok now does anybody know how to covert to Singapore Dollar?

£1 is about 2.88 Singapore dollars.
£5 is about 14.39 Singapore dollars.
£10 is about 28.78 Singapore dollars.
£20 is about 57.57 Singapore dollars.
 
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