1L66 13:29 SWA-PAD Part 1

1L66 13:29 SWA-PAD Part 1

23rd June 2020 1 By Jonathan Molyneux

After their introduction to the Great Western Mainline nearly 8 months ago, IET’s are still plagued by many teething faults and are still playing second fiddle to HST’s with the later still holding down most of the turns. On a wet spring afternoon you’ll be taking 1L66 the 13:29 departure from Swansea to London Paddington calling at: Neath, Port Talbot Parkway, Bridgend, Cardiff Central, Newport, Bristol Parkway, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington. This is still a solid HST turn but doesn’t have many weeks left as the introduction of the new guard is ramped up over the summer of 2018 and many Swansea services have already become plastic. In part 1 you’ll will be travelling between Swansea and Bristol Parkway.

Duration: 90 minutes (Part1)

Requirements (Part 1)

*South Wales Coastal Swansea-Bristol*
*European Loco & Asset Pack*
Class 66 EWS v2.0
Class 66 Freightliner v2.0
Class 159 Network South East
Class 170 ‘Turbostar’ DMU
Class 801 Pack
The Riviera Line: Exeter-Paignton

*Class 43 HST MTU Enhancement Pack*
Class 150/2 Diesel Multiple Unit Pack
Class 66 Enhancement Pack
Sky & Weather Enhancement Pack
Class 158 Perkins & Cummins Enhancement Pack
Class 168/170/171 Enhancement Pack
Class 175 Enhancement Pack
BAA/BZA Wagon Pack

*Class 43 Improvement Patch*
AP Class 150/2 ATW Roller Blind Update
AP Class 150/2 FGW/GWR Destinations
Class 158 TrainFX Update

*Class 43 Revamp Pack*
Class 143 Revamp
Class 175 Normal Map
Class 175 Destination Pack

Class 166 FGW Blue
Class 800/802 GWR

The DLC marked with asterisks (*) are required for the basic functionality of the scenario. Other DLC adds to the realism and intended experience in the scenario.

For Part 2 of the scenario select ‘Great Western Mainline’ on the drop-down menu in the scenario page and look for: ‘1L66 13:29 SWA-PAD Part 2’.

To start the installation of the scenario, unzip the .7z file.