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This is an unusual and very interesting location, a major junction on the West Coast main line. With a long railway history going back to the opening of the London and Birmingham Railway in 1838, it is still full of variety, both passenger and freight. Main line passenger services are operated by Virgin Trains and semi-fast services by.
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PC-Rail South Devon features : o traction.
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One of the busiest and most complex areas controlled from London Bridge Power Box, this simulation includes Lewisham and Hither Green, together with a series of junctions, two flyovers and 5 stations in all. - High degree.
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Newcastle is a major rail centre on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh. Trains cross the River Tyne on one of two bridges, the High Level Bridge, designed by Robert Stephenson, and the King Edward VII Bridge, allowing north-south trains to continue without reversing. This simulation is based on the layout of the 1950's,.
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Darlington's association with the rail industry goes back to 1825 and the world's first public railway, parts of which are still in use. The historical North Road station is included in the control area, but this simulation is based on today's modern high-speed main line railway (part of the East Coast main line) and the.
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This simulation recaptures the fascination of working a busy box on the four-track Midland main line, and is based as closely as possible on the layout and signalling arrangements in use between 1935 and 1987. Although the track layout is a relatively simple one, there are no less than 8 block instruments to be worked for the main.
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This simulation features the new signalling introduced in January 1999, when the new Guildford Control Centre became fully operational. Guildford is on the Waterloo-Portsmouth main line, with 3 other routes converging, from Reading, Redhill and Waterloo via Cobham. This makes it a busy location to operate, with 25-30 trains an hour!
This simulation features an interesting layout, with train services on 4 routes converging on the terminus station. The area includes the large Crown Point depot, as well as Trowse Swing Brige and Whitlingham Junction. The Norwich area, as represented in this simulation, is largely controlled from one panel of Colchester Area.
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The largest PC-Rail simulation to date, based in the east of the Netherlands. With 8 stations including Hengelo, Enschede and Almelo, the operating is fascinating and intricate. The area runs from west of Wierden to Enschede, part of the main line from Amersfoort and the west, as well as the line from Hengelo via Oldenzaal to.
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Featuring the Leeds City of the steam age, with its 16 platforms and complex track layout. It comes with an authentic timetable for 1950, most trains requiring a change of loco and various shunting movements, with full loco details being provided. .
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This major rail centre in South Yorkshire provides a real challenge. Train operations are complex, with many trains terminating here, others changing direction and freight traffic to be fitted in between the frequent passenger services. In addition to Sheffield itself, the simulation includes the Dore triangular junction, Dore and.
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This enjoyable simulation is based on the layout of the 1950's in the Cheltenham area. As well as the St James terminus, it includes Malvern Road, Lansdown and Landsdown Junction. The Midland main line ran from Birmingham (New Street) through Lansdown to Bristol, with a spur to Gloucester (Eastgate). The Great Western ran from Birmingham.
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Covering the area of the new Traffic Control Centre at Havant which was commissioned in early 2008, this simulation includes 8 stations, including Portsmouth Harbour, Portsmouth & Southsea, Fratton, CoshamÂ (with its triangular junction) and Havant. The timetable is very busy, averaging 25 train movements per hour! These.
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PC-Rail Leicester's simulation covers the busiest part of the area, 8.5 miles between the Syston triangular junction and Wigston North Junction. Leicester Power Box controls 54 route miles of the Midland main line between Loughborough North Junction and Sharnbrook, interfacing with the power boxes at Trent and West Hampstead.
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This fascinating location was the northern terminus of the old Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway. The simulation provides a real operating challenge, involving many light engine movements to and from the shed and, of course, the authentic (and rather awkward) track layout. Block working applies on the single and double lines leaving the.
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