Saturday, 14 June 2014

Barnstaple to Exeter - Released!

I am extremely pleased to announce the release of an all new and completely free route, created by Devon Labuschagne and initially exclusive to DPSimulation!

The Barnstaple to Exeter line is a freeware route created in Train Simulator 2014. This real life representation of the route is based on the line from Barnstaple to Exeter, better known as the Tarka line.

The Barnstaple to Exeter route (better known as the Tarka Line), runs from the North Devon town of Barnstaple to the mainline station of Exeter St David's. In this route for Train Simulator 2014 the line is covered in full from Barnstaple to Exeter St David's as well as the nearby stations of Exeter Central and St James Park. A route map depicting the route can be found in the manual. Requirements for this route have been kept at a minimum, with the vast majority of assets included in the package. However, you will require the Riviera Line from Steam and the European Loco & Asset Pack which is also available from Steam. Users who owned the program prior to Train Simulator 2012 will already own this, it is also included with many popular routes such as WCML North & WCML Over Shap along with many others.

Six scenarios are included with the route and all use the above Riviera Line and European Loco & Asset pack. Quick Drive is also fully enabled on the route from several start points to enable you to drive any steam or diesel train of your choice.

Many members of the community helped contribute towards this fantastic route and details of these contributions can be found in the user manual.

This fantastic route can be downloaded** by following this link.

**As some users have previously experienced issues downloading large files from DPSimulation, further instructions are on the download page on how to potentially solve this issue. Also, an alternative Mediafire link has been provided but DPSimulation does not take any responsibility for adverts or popups from this external website.

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