by UK Route Designs

Most of our scenarios are based on real life timetables and events to make you feel as if you are actually driving the service being portrayed. With issues such as failed engines, passenger alarms pressed and more, all of our scenarios are made with user enjoyment at the heart.

Updated 11/7/17


Two scenarios in one upload

08:30 London Paddington-Bristol Temple Meads (110 mins, medium)
18:00 Bristol Temple Meads-London Paddington (105 mins, medium)

This is a small taster of a bigger pack which is currently being worked on for the Western Mainline route.

 

08:30 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads

Morning driver, today you will be driving 43002 from here at London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads. Here are your booked timings.

London Paddington: 08:30
Reading: 08:57-08:59
Swindon: 09:31-09:34
Chippenham: 09:45-09:47
Bath Spa: 10:01-10:03
Bristol Temple Meads: 10:15

Please note, there are some temporary speed restrictions in the Reading area, this is due to the on-going upgrade plan.

 

18:00 Bristol Temple Meads-London Paddington

Good evening driver, today you will be taking the 18:00 service to London Paddington calling at Bath Spa, Chippenham, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington. You will be in control of 43185.
There are currently no reported issues on the line.

One scenario

11:55 Cardiff Central-London Paddington (135 mins, medium)

This is a small taster of a bigger pack which is currently being worked on for the Western Mainline route.

Drive the 11:55 service to London Paddington with 'Welshman' 43187 leading your HST set. There might be a few delays due to an earlier track circuit failure near Ealing.

One scenario split into two parts (due to stability issues with the route).

18:14 Brighton-Bedford (Part 1 85 mins, medium, Brighton-Blackfriars) (Part 2 80 mins, medium, Blackfriars-Bedford)

Drive the 18:14 service from Brighton to Bedford with 319445 and 319217. This service is the final Class 319 operated service on the Thameslink network.

One scenario for the South London to Brighton Workshop route by Danny Leach.

1D30 07:30 London Victoria-Gatwick Airport (35 mins, medium)

Take this Class 460 from London Victoria to Gatwick Airport during Rush Hour, you were supposed to have a Class 442 for this service but due a fault on the previous service, it limped into the sidings at Gatwick Airport. You have been given one of the Class 460s from Stewarts Lane instead.

One scenario for the South London to Brighton Workshop route by Danny Leach.

1U43 09:20 Gatwick Airport-London Victoria (45 mins, medium)

Take this Class 460 from Gatwick Airport to London Victoria during the tail end of Rush Hour, you were supposed to have a Class 442 for this service but due a fault on a previous service, it limped into the sidings at Gatwick Airport and was rescued by another Class 442. You have been given one of the Class 460s from Stewarts Lane instead. There are a few delays this morning to a track circuit failure at London Victoria whilst you had your break after working 1D30.

Three scenarios (Class 20, Class 56 & Class 66 Version)

3W90 03:29 Tonbridge West Yard Gbrf-Tonbridge West Yard Gbrf (We drive the Brighton-Redhill part) (70 mins, medium)

Take either the Class 20, Class 56 or Class 66 from Brighton to Redhill during Rush Hour on an RHTT serivce, you will get looped along the way to allow passenger services pass.

NOTE: If you do not like realistic freight services with long loop times (roughly 10 minutes per loop (2 loops) then this scenario is not for you.

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