Maybe something like guard mode, or being able to take on another (non-signalling) railway role.
What could potentially be a class 99 in the background
Isn't there a non drivable class 99 on East Coast Way??
West Somerset Railway
It's not really a little detail, but I do like the fact they included the BR double arrow on the roof of Gatwick station on the BML
There is a tradition of sped up films of the journey from London to Brighton. I thought this needed the TWS 2 treatment, so here's my attempt....
That might explain it. Thinking about it you would only be able to get a 4 car train out of Brighton towards Hove if it had come down the main line
I have a feeling we may see Hove. If you check out 1:51:10 in Friday's stream where they show the 387 timetable.
I'm tempted to just spawn on foot at Haywards Heath, as that was my local station when I was younger, just for an explore.
Changing weather on a route would be good. For example on the London to Brighton it could be nice and sunny at Brighton, but on the other side of...
Having the 09 would make more sense as it was a Southern Region loco and there did used to be one at Brighton
It used to be used by any trains that didn't stop at Redhill (this was my experience up to the mid-1990's). I'm guessing it is still the same
Tees Valley Line - Tees Yard
I agree, they've done a great job on it. I do like the fact that if you spawn on foot at Washford you can take the Class 08 that seems to always...
I wonder if we will get a TSW2 version of this from DTG before the launch of Brighton Main Line?
Sam hinted that there would be a survey coming soon in, I think, the Cane Creek release stream. Maybe it's that.
The sole London Victoria to Seaford run on East Coastway is interesting. Not only do you start from platform 1 at Lewes, but you end up following...
My earliest memory of getting the train would have been going from Woodbridge to Lowestoft on the East Suffolk line before they made it single...
I hope so. I can remember watching them do the coupling/uncoupling there back in the early 90's. If they were lucky they could uncouple on the...
Class 101 and Class 37
Tees Valley Line
The Thameslink brand is owned by the Department of Transport and licenced to Govia....
Maybe when its all jointed and fixed it could be hung from a Skyhook
I've noticed that as well. Headphones (even my cheap ones) give you a far better sound that PC speakers. Never play without them now.
Or more correctly as they were in the South West "Skippers"
Think they had Pacers in Cornwall for part of that era
Northern Trans Pennine, Leeds to Manchester all stops in the Class 101 with Sam, Adam, Nat and JD
We could have a new fangled game play pack which gives a steam timetable plus locos
Sam should be on a safety poster somewhere in game
I had a quick run on GWE before work this morning. Coming out of Reading with an HST going over the River Kennet bridge, I was surprised to see an...
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