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Railroad Tycoon 3 is not a bad choice, and there is a free downloadable expansion pack from the game's developer called Coast to Coast(but don't install the 1.05 patch for RR3 until after you install the expansion, if you do get the expansion).
However, I prefer Railroad Tycoon 2 over 3 because of the camera angles. Both are entertaining games, I just found RR2 to be easier to interact with. If you get RR2, make sure you get the Platinum version because there has been a patch released for it so that the screen does not scroll by at a million miles per hour when you move the mouse cursor to the edge of the screen (or use the arrow keys).
I skipped Railroads after what I read about it, but I have seen it around for about $15 and might give it a shot for the heck of it.
I also enjoyed the original Railroad Tycoon back in the day on my old 386SX system, and Deluxe was pretty fun too at the time. But those are old DOS games. :D
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