43299/43290/ 1Q29 1231 Crewe C.S – Derby (Network Rail)

43299/43290/ 1Q29 1231 Crewe C.S – Derby (Network Rail)

28th August 2022 0 By Luin Danso

Hello, this is one ‘standard’ scenario for the West Coast Mainline South v5.3 route available from ATS
Duration: 90 minutes.

Track Covered:
London Euston – Rugby

Installation:
To install, simply extract the .zip file using whichever software you have and copy the ‘Content’ folder to your RailWorks install “usually” found here:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\RailWorks

Weather Conditions: Low Wind

Season: Summer 2022
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>Scenario Guide:
You begin this scenario at London Euston about to work 1Q29 back to Derby. You are aboard a Class 43 NMT HST former (43299 and 43290 MTU) Ex-LNER power cars formed of 5 Coaches. This scenario is set in August 2022 with this diagram having rode across the WCML for network rail workings. In this scenario, you finished your break and need to take this unit all the way back to Derby. For this journey you will be driving down the Down Fast line via Rugby and will be avoiding Northampton. As this service is non – passenger you need to pay close attention to signals along your journey. You will see Class 350,319,390,221(Static Only) and Class 90 along the journey.
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Calling Patterns:

(Non-stop to Rugby)

Requirements:
(For Route)
West Coast Mainline South v5.3 (ATS) Free
Steam: London to Brighton
Steam: Woodhead Line (original)
Steam: West Coast Main Line Trent Valley
Steam: Liverpool to Manchester
JustTrains: Newcastle to Edinburgh
UKTS: Freeware Pack Clutter
Purchases:
AP Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack
AP Class 90 Enhancement Pack
AP Class 319 Enhancement Volume 1 Pack
Class 350 Enhancement Pack
Steam: DTG Class 390
London Overground Class 378 ‘Capitalstar’ EMU Add-On
Steam: WCML South
Free:
MJWs Class 390 Revamp Pack
MJWs VTEC/LNER/EMR HST Pack
Class 350 (AP) London Northwestern Railway (Base Grey)
Class 319: London Midland/London Northwestern Railway Livery Pack

I hope you enjoy this scenario 🙂