Yesterday the Hope Valley extension was released for the MML by Just Trains. This review is written with all MML extensions installed and updated. Warning: This route must be run with maximum scenery density other wise you will find assets missing as I did in my stream last night. Review This route in most parts does live up to the standard of the other MML add-ons for TSC. It is quite detailed track side and has some nice additions to the scenery. It is generally quite well made and makes an enjoyable ride between Sheffield and Manchester Piccadilly. The Hope Valley is provided with enough detail to believe that you are actually there and, as per JT standards, stations are well modelled with certain stations having posters etc that you can actually read giving details of the local area. The Hope cement works is well modelled and features a few scenarios to run from either there or Earles Sidings. There are 10 standard scenarios using generic TS assets and 14 scenarios utilising various AP locos and assets along with the ATS/Imbue class 185. As I said above, most of the route is of a high standard. However, there are areas on the route that will cause low frame rates (15fps I managed to get in Piccadilly) with several other noticeable drops where there are custom assets and a high level of detail. I will say though that the area around New Mills is very detailed. In the valley below the station there are factories and even the Millennium walkway which is suspended above the river and valley wall. There is also a small waterfall in the valley. Final thoughts It is clear that Just Trains puts a lot of effort into their routes, particularly the MML add-ons we have seen recently. I also did a semi fast run from Piccadilly to Sheffield and had a good look round at the stations last night during a live stream. I have to say, I did enjoy the run and am looking forward to playing more. If you'd like to watch the live video, it is available here Below are some examples of missing assets if you do not run with max scenery density.