1C51 17:23 Derby to London St Pancras30th April 2020
Hello! This is one scenario DTG’s “MML – London St Pancras to Bedford” route…
Throughout the day, there is an hourly stopping service from Derby through to St Pancras with the Turbostar fleet. Typically, the stopping pattern is Long Eaton, Loughborough, Leicester, Market Harborough, Kettering, Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton Airport Parkway offering a journey time of around 135 minutes. Tonight, you oversee the penultimate service, 1C51, and you are appointed to the final stretch to London. Year: 2001
Bedford to London St Pancras
Summer, Overcast to clear
• MML – London St Pancras to Bedford
• Class 66 EWS
• Class 150/1
• Class 170
• Class 43 (Valenta)/MK3 Enhancement Pack
• Class 43 (VP185)/MK3 Enhancement Pack
• Class 66 Enhancement Pack
• Class 150/1 Enhancement Pack
• Class 168/170/171 Enhancement Pack
• Class 319 Electric Multiple Unit Pack (Vol. 2)
• JHA Wagon Pack
• Sky & Weather Enhancement Pack (Optional)
ALAN THOMSON SIM:
• Class 43 Improvement Patch
GREAT BRITISH RAILWORKS:
• AP Turbostars Extras Patch
…and that’s it for this scenario. My other creations can be found here
How very odd, thank you all anyway, in future I shall not include the Turbo Patch as a requirement, hopefully it doesn’t throw up any errors then!
A nice scenario once I got the Turbostar Patch installed correctly. Just an FYI for anyone who hasn’t installed that patch yet, the ATS installer doesn’t copy the correct GEOs for that package so it has to be installed manually.
For me the 170 passed through Bedford via the through line between Plat 3 and 4 is it supposed to be like this?
Of course not, the first instruction is to travel to Platform 3 to make a stop. I’ve tested this multiple times too, maybe try re-installing the scenario and/or route to see if that resolves the issue? Strange.
Weirdly, it appears to be an issue related to the Turbostars extra patch. Without the patch installed the train is pathed through the through line, with the patch installed it is pathed correctly.
That might be why