1Z20 06.02 Poole – Bury St.Edmunds “Gipping-Lark Freighter” (2014)

1Z20 06.02 Poole – Bury St.Edmunds “Gipping-Lark Freighter” (2014)

25th May 2020 0 By Matt Carroll

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Hi, and thank you for downloading this scenario.
To install, simply copy the enclosed ‘Content’ folder to your Railworks folder. This is a ‘Standard’ scenario and is named – [MJC] 1Z20 0602 Poole – Bury St.Edmunds “Gipping-Lark Freighter”

Summary
On Saturday 6th August 2014, Pathfinder Tours ran this excursion that was to traverse the recently-opened Bacon Factory Curve near Ipswich. Drive the outwards leg of the tour between Bournemouth and Southampton.

Requirements
The following are required to ensure that the scenario functions correctly :

* From Armstrong Powerhouse https://www.armstrongpowerhouse.com/ :
– Class 66 enhancement pack (and associated requirements)
– Class 158 (Cummins) enhancement pack (and associated requirements)
– Class 444/450 enhancement pack (and associated requirements)
– Mark 1 Coach Pack Volume 1
– Mark 2A – 2C Coach Pack

* From Just Trains :
– Voyager Advanced 2019 https://www.justtrains.net/product/voyager-advanced-2019

* From STEAM :
– South Western Main Line : Southampton to Bournemouth route https://store.steampowered.com/app/1055333/Train_Simulator_South_Western_Main_Line_Southampton__Bournemouth_Route_AddOn/

Optional Requirements
The following are NOT required to ensure that the scenario functions correctly, however they will add to the immersion :

* From Armstrong Powerhouse https://www.armstrongpowerhouse.com/ :
– Sky and Weather enhancement pack.
– Class 220 / 221 / 222 Sound pack.
– FSA/FTA wagon pack – Static consist only

Scenario run-through
This scenario should last around 50 minutes. Picking up the run at Bournemouth, prepare to depart at 0617. You are booked to call at Brockenhurst, where a CrossCountry service will overtake, and Southampton Central. There you will be relieved by a fellow-Eastleigh driver. Your maximum speed is 75mph. This excursion offered enthusiasts the chance to travel over the recently opened Bacon Factory Curve near Ipswich. For those not so-inclined, visits to the Imperial War Museum – Duxford, or Sandringham House, were available.

I do hope you enjoy this scenario.