West Coastway

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  1. Finlay

    Finlay Member

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    The west coastway runs from Brighton , out to hove , through small stations like fishers gate and southwick, along to shoreham by sea , into Worthing , and then Chichester . Shortly after here is barnham , and then the line continues on towards Portsmouth and southsea , and into Portsmouth harbour. The trains on this route are the class 377 (already on the ecw ) the class 313( also on ecw) the class 166 ( on gwml) and sometimes thameslink trains run. This route is not too quiet , but is also not completely overrun with services . Overall this is a brilliant route which would be a great experience for all tsw2 players .
     
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  2. jcalmann

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    I realy hope they do this too. They probably won't run it all the way to Portsmouth HBR. I hope so. But if they did the route, i think they'd only go as far as Barnhan and Bognor Regis. But I really want this route, mainly because I live in a town on this route XD
     
  3. Trainman525

    Trainman525 Well-Known Member

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    London to Brighton First. I live on the West Coastway but I would prefer London to Brighton. This would be my 2nd most wanted after London to Brighton.
     
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  4. Finlay

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    Ye that could be a good route too
     
  5. OldVern

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    A good choice but again would prefer the CIG/VEP/HAP era for something different to drive.
     
  6. tallboy7648

    tallboy7648 Well-Known Member

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    What's the CIG,VEP, and HAP?
     
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    Definitely! I think some slammers would add more variety and interest to any route in the Southern Region, possibly an opportunity for the new multi timetable mode?
     
  9. Mattty May

    Mattty May Well-Known Member

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    I’d buy West Coastway and London to Brighton. Both routes interest me.
     
  10. Finlay

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    Ye they’d both be good but I maybe wouldn’t get both of them as they are both very similar routes
     
  11. Trainman525

    Trainman525 Well-Known Member

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    I don't think they are that similar. West Coastway is a little like the East Coastway. London to Brighton is quite different.
     

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