London & South East
Company: From Software
PRESS RELEASE – 22nd OCTOBER 2004

Product: London & South East
Developer: Making Tracks
Genre Train driving Simulation
Release 29th October 2004
SRP £24.99

First Class Simulations is happy to announce the imminent arrival of London & the South East with you at the controls! This brand new product gives you the opportunity to drive a train on the 1970 version of the tracks and railway infrastructure from London railway stations to various destinations throughout the south east.

Your journey can start from Charing Cross, Cannon Street, Blackfriars / Holborn Viaduct (it was a terminus in 1970!) or London Bridge. You'll travel down the South Central line to Norwood Junction, Selhurst and onto East Croydon seeing East Croydon station as it was before it was rebuilt in the 1970's. Then it's onto Oxted and the 'Cuckoo line' across to Tonbridge.

London & the South East features loads of branch and local lines plus Selhurst and Hither Green depots and of course genuine 1970 era rolling stock.



About First Class Simulations
First Class Simulations is a dedicated publisher of add-ons for Microsoft flight and train simulation products. The company is a division of Contact Sales Limited.

About Contact Sales Limited
Established in 1997, Contact Sales is a UK-based distributor of computer game software and their associated peripherals. The company was voted 'Distributor of the Year 2003' by the National Association of Specialist Computer Retailers. It signed its first publishing agreement in 1998 and now handles product for Abacus, Aerosoft, Lago, Wilco, NBG Blue Sky, Halycom Media GmbH, The Heritage Collection and Whiptail Interactive.

About Excalibur Publishing
Set up in 2004, Excalibur Publishing is the PC video game publishing arm of the group. Its aim is to bring good quality, original and innovative products to the PC games player.
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