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bpetit from RWA says: "I'm writing this because I keep seeing people that don't know how to place trains in Scenario Editor." See bpetit's tutorial on blogspot.Read more
THE END OF AN ERA BY MICHAEL D. CARVER If you have been around this community or train simulator for any length of time, titles like “Colton to Northern” or “Ohio Steel 2” may summon fond memories and so you may know of Rich Garber. If you are new...Read more
This add-on includes models of two series of GN cabooses, a 30' wood cupola cabooseand 30' steel cupola caboose. The wood bodied cars were built from 1941 to 1945, the steel cars between 1941 and 1951, all in GN's own St. Cloud shops. Both were numbered in the X200 series. Five cars are included in this add-on, two wood body and three...Read more
The California Zephyr is a passenger train operated by Amtrak between Chicago, Illinois, and Emeryville, California, passing through the states of Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. At 2,438 miles (3,924 km) it is Amtrak's longest route and is also one of the most scenic, with views of the upper Colorado River valley in the Rocky Mountains, and...Read more
There are situations when you want to move the scenario start location (the location of the camera at the start of the scenario). You may have changed your mind, or you may have moved the scenario marker (the orange icon) by mistake. Moving the scenario marker manually in the scenario editor is a long and frustrating operation. Over long distances it...Read more
Drive long and heavy freight trains hauled by the classic BR 151*, the BR 120* or the BR 232* on Aerosofts Berlin - Wittenberg route. You will drive supply trains for the still "under construction" Airport BBI, container transports in dense traffic causing delays and even red lights or even small wagon transports with the good old BR 294*. Difficulty: 2/5;...Read more
The Empire Builder by Buzz Baxter This latest DLC from Rail Simulator is certainly one of their best efforts. The named train matches perfectly with Marias Pass and will also play well on a couple of other western routes like there was some kind of re-route due to a blockage of some sort. Additionally it will be a great run on...Read more
GP 60 pack part 2 is a completely redone pack.There's two light variations, cab lights, and TSX lighting, with some new features like headlight brightness from a distance. the cab interior is fully functional with all working controls and baked interior. Pack includes 4 liveries, BNSF, UPexSP, SP, and SSW. All working exterior doors windows and fully functional cabs, and...Read more
Welcome to the Virtual New Haven Railroad! The "VNHRR" is a project for the Train Simulator 2013 computer game, our aim is to model the New Haven Railroad's Springfield Line, from Springfield, MA, to New Haven, CT, as it appeared in the mid-20th century. The 1950s were the last of the New Haven Railroad's glory days, and we are trying...Read more
Built in the Ukraine between 1970 and 1982, the BR232 (former DR Class 132) was originally brought into the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). The locomotives were part of the DR 130 family including the DR Class 130, 131 and 142. More than 700 units were produced in the former UdSSR and this engine was nicknamed the "Ludmilla". Drive this...Read more
By Chacal Using group names in your scenarios is a finishing touch that will make them more enjoyable to the player. When playing a scenario, you will often see instructions in the task list that involve a long list of cars. This makes the task list cluttered, as shown in Figure 1 below. Figure 1 - default instruction display This is often unnecessary, as...Read more
And then diesels came along by Buzz Baxter (Buzz456) The railroad industry underwent a huge transformation when the first diesel electric locomotive appeared on the scene. They went farther, faster, and didn’t beat up the rails like the last generation of steam engines. They didn’t need water towers and coal bins. They didn’t need nearly as many repair facilities or the...Read more
PRR Baldwin Centipede for Train Simulator Review by Josh Hall "jwiv" Background Technically named the Baldwin DR-12-8-1500/2, the Centipede earned it's nickname due to it's unusual wheel arrangement and numerous axles. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works' between December 1945 and July 1948, the DR-12-8-1500/2 sported 12 axles (8 driver) and 2 engines at 1,500 horsepower. A grand total of 55 units were...Read more
High speed connections between Germany's capital cities are the backbone of modern passenger traffic. Experience the Berlin - Wittenberg route through the eyes of an IC and ICE driver. Eight prototypical scenarios are waiting! Difficulty 3/5, Realism 4,5/5 Download version, multilingual Please visit the Trains and Drivers Website for more information or to buy this scenario pack. A bundle pack of German...Read more
NKP S-2 Class Berkshire for Train Simulator Review by Jerett W. Godeke (Antwerp) The 2-8-4 “Berkshire” is a legend in every respect, built by the Lima Locomotive works of Lima, Ohio, it’s top speed was at most 70 mph! It was the primary power of the Nickel Plate Road until they were retired in 1960. Created by G-Trax Simulations and later...Read more
Seven challenging scenarios on the route between Carlisle and Stranraer featuring the "Port Road Chapter One" engines from Ironhorsehouse. From milk runs to shunting services, from local passenger to express trains: experience the realistic feel of the scenarios while travelling up and down the Port Road. Realism: 4/5 Difficulty 3,5/5 multilingual version (english/german) - download version Please visit the Trains and Drivers Shop...Read more
This pack brings seven ATSF rebuilt Ce-1 class cabooses onto your Train Simulator 2013 tracks. Included are cars with friction and roller bearing trucks in a total of five different paint schemes. All cars come ready to run with custom sounds and couplers with connecting air hoses and a passenger view on the platform of the car. The tail lights of the cars can...Read more
Eight prototypical scenarios for Cologne - Dusseldorf route by Aerosoft and Munich - Augsburg route by RSC.com. Drive S-Bahn trains, RB and RE trains on these routes according to prototypical timetables. All consist are prototypical where possible and all trains are running according to real-world timetables by Deutsche Bahn AG (DB). Download version, multilingual (english/german) Difficulty: 4/5 Realism 5/5 Please visit the Trains...Read more
OF all things steam engines are my favorite down loads for Rail Works. Different things intrigue different people about this simulator, some like to do paints, some modeling of scenery objects, routes, scenarios, and of course the most difficult of all, the making of a locomotive. All of us would probably like to be masters of all of these things but...Read more
Steam locomotives are living beings, each with their own personality. In its expanding roster Britkits can provide a range of USRA designed locomotives from the humble 0-6-0 switcher to the powerful 2-8-8-2 mallet. Though not designed as re-skinning kits they are designed with a system for putting your own road name or logo on the cab or tender side. ...Read more