JordyAlanT aka Snowsignal said:Hi Everyone,
Due to ever increasing demands on my time from other projects I am sorry to say that UKRailsim will be closing for business at the end of this month (Friday 28th April 2006).
It's been an extremely enjoyable time working on models for this superb simulator and I take my hat off to all the guys at Auran - brilliant stuff!!!!
The UKRailsim shop will remain open until 18:00 hours on Friday 28th April to process any further orders for our add-ons.
May I take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their support and kind feedback over the years.
Best wishes to you all and happy Trainzing
Exactly, there is an argument going on over at the UKTrainz forums about his content (especially his signals as they have been used on peoples routes) being lost all together when he leaves.Coxster said:Why take the add-ons with him?
I think they are fantastic add-ons and it'd be a shame for them to vanish.Jordy said:Exactly, there is an argument going on over at the UKTrainz forums about his content (especially his signals as they have been used on peoples routes) being lost all together when he leaves.
Yeah it sure is, over the time its been open i've bought everything except the route, which I *may* buy before its too late.Coxster said:I think they are fantastic add-ons and it'd be a shame for them to vanish.
It wouldn't be the first time something has been charged for but then it's been offered for free. It's just one of those things. Really, it's no different to if you bought a piece of software in the shops at full price and say in a years time found it was in a £10 bargin bin or whatever. Oviously though in this case the not knowing is a bit of a factor. I know I'd be annoyed to rush out and buy one of the routes thinking it would disapere, only to find it was being offered for free a week later, but if resonable notice was givern, people could make the choice.43103 said:If the stuff became free, I dont think people who have paid for the stuff before will be very happy...
JordyAlan Williams said:From this evening railwaves.com will be the retail outlet for UKrailsim products, with the exception of Trainz Terrainz.
We will be providing a support forum which, we hope, will eventually deal with most queries.
We are pleased to be associated with the UKrailsim brand, which has proved to be very popular, and we wish Alan well in his new ventures.