1C32 11.33 London Paddington – Penzance (2000)

1C32 11.33 London Paddington – Penzance (2000)

17th December 2019 4 By Matt Carroll

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] 1C32 1133 London Paddington – Penzance”

A scenario for the excellent South Western Expressways to Reading route. On a Summer Saturday you are in charge of this very popular westbound service to Cornwall, running the 137 miles between Reading and Exeter non-stop. Year : 2000

The following are required to ensure that the scenario functions correctly :
* From Vulcan Productions :
– South Western Expressways to Reading route by Martin Masterson (and all associated requirements) https://www.vulcanproductions.co.uk/swetoreading.html

* From Armstrong Powerhouse https://www.armstrongpowerhouse.com/ :
– HST Valenta enhancement pack (and associated requirements)
– HST VP185 enhancement pack (and associated requirements)
– Class 150/2 pack
– Mark 2D – 2F coach pack
– Wherry Lines route #

* From STEAM :
– European Loco and Asset Pack https://store.steampowered.com/app/208300/Train_Simulator_European_Loco__Asset_Pack/

– Freightliner class Classs 57/0 loco add-on # https://store.steampowered.com/app/222566/Train_Simulator_Freightliner_Class_570_Loco_AddOn/

Items marked (#) are included for assets utilised to represent temporary / emergency speed restrictions. The scenario should function without them, but will not have the speed indicator signs and / or emergency indicator board and AWS warning magnets.

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. (Please follow instructions in the route download in order to make it compatible with the sky and weather pack)

Scenario run-through
This scenario should last around 100 minutes. This is the fourth of five trains to leave London within an hour for various destinations in Devon and Cornwall, and is very popular. Once on your way from Reading you will run non-stop to Exeter St.David’s, where you will be relieved. There is a 30mph emergency speed restriction on the approach to Kintbury, and a 40mph temporary speed restriction between Bruton and Castle Cary.

I do hope you enjoy this scenario.