Steam Train Game
Until the American Civil War most trains and even tracks were imported from England as they had been seen by American visitors to that country who realised the potential they offered for westwards expansion back in the developing United States. Money was a large factor as the railroad was typically 60% cheaper than using uncomfortable and often dangerous stage coaches. The 4th July 1828 saw the first dig in what was to become the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. That date was chosen as the first spadeful was made by Charles Carroll who was believed to be the only American who had been alive when the Declaration of Independence was signed.
In this steam train game you need to carefully drive your
steam train across the western desert to deliver ammo to the local sheriff as happened in the old wild west.