[HP] 1N50, 08:18 London Kings Cross – York (90034 + 66030)24th October 2021
This is a scenario for the DP Simulations ECML South Route.
On Saturday the 22nd of June 2000, Railfreight 90034 hauled a day out on the network with EWS 66030. They started in the morning at Kings Cross and ventured about the East and the North West before retruning back to the capital. In this scenario, you are at the helm of 90034 on the first journey of the day between London and Peterborough. You’ve got about 12 or so Mk1 coaches in tow along with 66030. There’s a few orange men and enthusiasts on the network so keep a lookout for them.
All loco/coach numbers and info should be correct as research has been taken out to ensure timetables and loco/coach info is correct as on the day to improve immersion.
REQUIREMENTS: (Requirements marked with ‘*’ are essential to the scenario function)
DP Simulations ECML South Route*
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 66 Enhancement Pack*
Armstrong Powerhouse Mk1 Coach Pack Vol.1*
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 90/Mk3 DVT Pack*
Armstrong Powerhouse Weather Enhancement Pack (Optional)
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 91 Enhancement Pack
Armstrong Powerhouse MTU, VP185 AND Valenta HST Pack
Major Wales Design HST Revamp Pack
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 365 Enhancement Pack
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 319 Pack Vol.1 AND Vol.2
Armstrong Powerhouse JNA-C Wagon Pack
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 321 Pack
Just Trains Class 222 Advanced
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 220/221/222 Sound Pack
Armstrong Powerhouse Class 170 Enhancement Pack
DTG/Steam North Somerset Railway Route Add-on
1. Open the file using a zip file unpackager. I recommend using ‘WinRAR’
2. Extract the ‘Content’ folder into your ‘Railworks’ directory.
3. From there, you should be good to go. You may need to clear your cache when opening your Train Simulator.
The scenario is a ‘Timetable’ scenario and can be found under your ‘Standard’ section in game.
Nothing to note as of 22/10/2021.
If any issue occurs with the scenario, please contact me via Facebook under the name ‘Henry Pinkney’. Thank you, and enjoy the scenario.