The rail riders make use of the restored train system to travel across the former United States.
The markets are a major center of Dalton life, the source of needed goods people cannot always make for themselves.
After the War, people began turning to sustainable and practical farming methods as well as relying on the natural resources in the area.
After the war, Dalton residents needed to find local and natural means of cloth manufacturing and have developed a successful manufacturing industry for their population.
A farm that began in the 1980s as an organic foods supplier for Rapid City became one of the most successful to survive the war.