Monday, 20 February 2017

Steam Workshop - The Buffer Puffer 11.0 Part 1

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

Difficulty: Easy
Length: 70 Minutes Approx
Start Time: 06:08


This scenario was initially created for my own personal use and I therefore made use of what I own. Although slight modifications have been made for workshop compatibility, this scenario still has a LOT of requirements.


This morning you will be in charge of part of the first leg of the 'Buffer Puffer 11.0' railtour using a pair of DRS Class 37 locomotives and mk1 coaching stock. You will drive part of the first leg between Stafford and Rugby.


Starting at Stafford, first release the doors to allow passengers to board before awaiting your departure time of 06:10. You will then call at Tamworth, Nuneaton and Rugby where another driver will take over. As it is early morning, traffic is fairly quiet, no delays are expected and please adhere to the maximum speed of your service which is 75mph.


I have tried to stay faithful to the timings on this leg of the original tour that ran on 25th January 2014. You will therefore find yourself waiting time at stations along your route. Although 37405 did run on this particular railtour, 37425 has had to substitute for 37610.

The 'Riviera Line in the Fifties' was chosen for the chocolate and cream coaching stock. Although steam heated, they were specifically chosen because the route was part of the TS2016 package and is likely to be owned by more users than any individual DLC that has similar coaches.


WCML Trent Valley – Stafford to Rugby
Wherry Lines: Norwich to Great Yarmouth (Steam)
Riviera Line in the Fifties – Exeter to Kingswear (For Coaching Stock)
Class 390 EMU Pack
Class 170 DMU Pack
Class 220 'Crosscountry Voyager' Pack
Class 66 V2 'EWS' Pack
Class 66 V2 'Freightliner' Pack

Class 390 'Virgin' Repaint – DPSimulation
Class 221 'Virgin' Repaint – DPSimulation

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


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