There is but limited on the York-Peterborough part the London-Peterborough is mostly straight part from near London and Newcastle – Edinburgh properly has too much of it but the York-Newcastle has pretty much non as it was built on the original Kuju ECML route
I am workim om a scenario of two pats.I have encountered a problem on the section between Stamford junctionand Stoke junction, it appears aas though the two fast tracks are just a tad too closetogether and it is causing a colision between the drivien train and AI’s. The way round it is of course to put go via instructions into either the driven train or the consists.The driven train is a class 180 and so are the two AI’s I have encoubterd. It was a bit hit and miss as to whethwer you derail on the first encounter or the second. Therre is a green flashibg signal and I have slowed the train to 80 mph to no avail there is still a derailment.Has anyone else encountered a similar problem?
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