Thursday, 16 February 2017

Steam Workshop - 4M11 - 1734 Coatbridge FLT to Crewe Basford Hall

I have just released a new scenario on the Steam Workshop.

Difficulty: Medium
Length: 85 Minutes Approx
Start Time: 20:31


This scenario was initially created for my own personal use and I therefore made use of what I own with slight modifications now made for workshop compatibility. Therefore this scenario has a LOT of requirements and although much of the stock used is now in the 'classics' range and available at a more reasonable price, I appreciate the requirements may exclude some users. I also have many further scenarios that utilise similar requirements and intend to upload these in due course.


Tonight you are in charge of 4M11, a Coatbridge to Crewe Basford Hall container working hauled by a pair of Freightliner Class 86 locomotives. You will drive the section from Carlisle to Preston.


Starting at Carlisle, you are clear for immediate departure. Although you are currently on time, there are reports of issues south of here so be aware that adverse signals may arise. Your booked arrival at Preston is at 21:55. Please remember that the maximum speed of your consist is 75mph.


Due to circumstances out of my control, during testing, both signal CE304 at the end of Carlisle platform 4 and the next signal CE278 stay at red despite the line being clear. If this is also the case for you, you will need to press TAB in order to pass both signals.


WCML Over Shap – Carlisle to Preston
Wherry Lines: Norwich to Great Yarmouth
London to Brighton
Class 390 EMU Pack
Class 156 DMU Pack
Class 220 'Crosscountry Voyager' Pack
Class 325 EMU Pack
Class 56 'BR Sectors' Pack
Class 86 Locomotive Pack
Class 66 V2 'Freightliner' Pack
Class 70 'Freightliner' Pack (Also for MJA and TEA Wagons)

Class 56 'Colas' Repaint – DPSimulation
Class 350/4 'Transpennine Express' Repaint - DPSimulation
Class 390 'Virgin' Repaint – DPSimulation
Class 221 'Virgin' Repaint – DPSimulation
IOA 'Network Rail' Repaint – DPSimulation

To visit the DPSimulation Steam Workshop, please follow this link.  


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