1W16: 0700 London Victoria to Brighton (2011)

1W16: 0700 London Victoria to Brighton (2011)

26th January 2020 2 By Leander

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Your first duty of the day is to drive the 07:00 Gatwick Express service from London Victoria to Brighton, which is formed of a pair of Class 442s. You will be calling at Gatwick Airport, Burgess Hill, Hassocks and Preston Park before reaching Brighton. The scenario is set in the summer of 2011, however it follows the real timetables of the current respective TOCs for 31 January 2020, with some removal of services that did not run at this time. Extensive research has been done to ensure that all units have the correct livery and numbering for the date of the scenario, however there may be minor inaccuracies. Links to the requirements are included in the readme file.

Route Used:
South London to Brighton

Duration:
60 minutes

Difficulty:
Easy

Requirements:
AP – Class 43 (VP185)/Mk3 Enhancement Pack
AP – Class 158/159 (Cummins) Enhancement Pack
AP – Class 313 Electric Multiple Unit Pack
AP – Class 319 Electric Multiple Unit Pack Vol. 2
AP – Class 444/450 Enhancement Pack
AP – Class 456 Electric Multiple Unit Pack
AP – Class 465/466 Enhancement Pack Vol. 1
AP – Sky & Weather Enhancement Pack
Ash992478 – Class 450 High Capacity
Danny Leach – South London to Brighton
DTG – East Coast Main Line London-Peterborough Route Add-On
DTG – Gatwick Express Class 442 ‘Wessex’ EMU Add-On
DTG – London to Brighton Route Add-On
DTG – Network SouthEast Class 159 DMU Add-On
DTG – Portsmouth Direct Line: London Waterloo – Portsmouth Route Add-On
DTG – Southern Class 455/8 EMU Add-On
DTG – Southeastern Class 465 EMU Add-On
DTG – South London Network Route Add-On
MKS – Gatwick Express BR Class 460 ‘Juniper’ EMU Add-On
Thomson – Class 455 EMU Add-On

Recommended:
AP – Class 375/377 Sound Pack
AP – Class 442 Sound Pack (Pro)
AP – Class 455 Sound Pack
Ash992478 – Class 377 Thameslink Pack
James Ivell – Class 455 Texture Patches