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15-12-2013, 22:43

Railworks TS2014 ECML London-Peterborough Route Addon-P2PGAMES

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Railworks TS2014 ECML London-Peterborough Route Addon-P2PGAMES
Railworks TS2014 ECML London-Peterborough Route Addon-P2PGAMES
Size: 684.34 MB
Release Date: June 12, 2009


Rail Simulator 2: RailWorks provides a realistic train and rail simulation platform for rail enthusiasts and modelers. Players will be able to take control of historic and contemporary trains across a range routes and scenarios, design their own tracks and download new content

Supported Functions:

A variety of exciting routes including: 3 fictional routes covering the UK, Europe and US.A plus Oxford Paddington, Bath Templecombe, Cajun Pass, York Newcastle and Hagen Siegen

13 locomotives including all new US class F7, UK Class 37 and German class V200

Over 50 scenarios

Incredibly high levels of realism, both visually and technically

Powerful new tools for defining and modifying train performance and controls

An array of new 3D assets for building your own routes

The ability to share content and creations

The ability to add new locomotives, scenarios and routes

Platform based software that will be continuously updated as time goes on

Backward compatibility with the original Rail Simulator

SpecsMinimum Requirements


Processor: 1.7GHz or greater

Disk space: 6 GBytes

DVD-ROM: 8 Speed

Video card: 64 MByte with pixel shader 2

Sound card: DirectX 9.0c compatible

DirectX 9.0c (included)

Input: Keyboard & Mouse


P2PGAMES presents
Railworks TS2014 ECML London-Peterborough Route Add-On
(c) RailSimulator.com
DATE ��.: 2013-12-13 GAME TYPE ..: DLC
DiSK(s) �.: PROTECTiON .: Money
One of the busiest routes on the British rail network springs to life in the
stunning East Coast Main Line London-Peterborough route for Train Simulator,
featuring the classic High Speed Train and commuter Class 365 EMU.
The East Coast Main Line was originally built by three railway companies in the
mid-1800s the North British Railway, North Eastern Railway and Great Northern
Railway � each constructing their own section but with the intention of linking
up to form a through route from London to Scotland, later to become known as
the East Coast Main Line.
The full ECML covers 393 miles (632km) from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh,
passing through Peterborough, Doncaster, York, Darlington and Newcastle. It
forms a key artery on the eastern side of the UK and broadly runs parallel to
the A1 trunk road. Classed as a high speed line, as it mostly meets the speed
criteria of 125mph (201km/h), the route handles cross-country, commuter and
local passenger services, and is a primary route for heavy tonnage of freight
traffic between the north and south of the UK.
Electrification of the route was authorised in 1984 and work began in 1985. The
first electrified section between London and Leeds opened for operational
trials in 1988, and was the fastest main line in the UK until the opening of
High Speed 1 in 2003.
The route for Train Simulator takes in the 76 mile (122 km) section of the ECML
from London to Peterborough. Starting out at the busy London Kings Cross
station, a large hub for long distance and outer-suburban services, the route
winds its way slowly out of the sprawling Capital and, passing Finsbury Park
and Alexandra Palace.
As the route opens up into Hertfordshire, the four track line passes through
Potters Bar, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City and Hitchin, before terminating in
Peterborough. Significant landmarks along the route also include the striking
Alexandra Palace, the Emirates Stadium (home to Arsenal Football Club),
Digswell Viaduct, Gasworks Tunnel at Kings Cross, Copenhagen Tunnels, Bounds
Green train maintenance depot, and Peterboroughs large freight yard and Post
Office depot.
Also included with the route is the popular High Speed Train, complete with
Class 43 locomotives and full coach consist, and the commuter Class 365 EMU in
First Capital Connect livery, a train which is seen on outer-suburban services
between London, Peterborough and beyond.
Whether you are looking for high speed running or the more serene stopping
commuter services along the route of the famous Flying Scotsman, the East Coast
Main Line London-Peterborough route for Train Simulator is filled with
challenging drives and magnificent scenery across the UKs capital and Home
Nine Scenarios For the Route:
* Peterborough Nene Sidings Departure Tutorial
* Kings Cross Empty Stock Tutorial
* Peterborough Southbound Stopper
* North to Hitchin
* Welwyn Garden City Down Slow from London (Part 1)
* Welwyn Garden City Back Up to London (Part 2)
* Back to Bounds Green
* The Staff Train
* In a Hurry
* 76 mile (122km) East Coast Main Line route from London Kings Cross to
* Landmarks including Alexandra Palace, Emirates Stadium, Digswell Viaduct,
Gasworks Tunnel at Kings Cross, Copenhagen Tunnels and Bounds Green train
maintenance depot
* Freight yards and Post Office depot at Peterborough
* High Speed Train (HST), including Class 43 locomotives and full coach consist
* Class 365 EMU in First Capital Connect livery
* Scenarios for the route
* Quick Drive compatible
Extract to game folder
Overwriting any file(s) if needed.


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