[RS] 365522/365534 – 1P17 08:24 Peterborough – London Kings Cross (2019)1st August 2023
Hello, this is one ‘standard’ scenario for the lovely ‘Kings Cross – Kings Lynn’ route from ATS.
Length: Approximately. 85 minutes.
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
This scenario will see you drive 365522 and 365534 on 1P17 the 08:24 departure from Peterborough all the way through to London Kings Cross. You will be departing a couple of minutes behind schedule due to the late arrival of the inward stock. It’s a humid autumnal morning and no issues have been reported so far so hopefully a lovely run south for you to come. You are booked to call at all stations to Stevenage before a fast run to Finsbury Park and Kings Cross where it will be time for a break. A detailed manual with links to everything you need is included with the download:
Where applicable, the following do require *ALL* their listed dependencies to function correctly.
Grand Central Class 180 DMU Add-on:
Class 43 (MTU)/Mk3 Enhancement Pack:
Class 91/Mk4 Enhancement Pack:
Class 313 Electric Multiple Unit Pack:
Class 365 Enhancement Pack:
Class 377/379/387 Enhancement Pack:
Class 700/707/717 Enhancement Pack:
Class 800-803 Enhancement Pack:
Sky & Weather Enhancement Pack 2.0 (Required for the intended weather pattern):
Cloud Enhancement Pack: (Recommended)
>Alan Thomson Sim:
Kings Cross – Kings Lynn Route Add-on:
Cambridge to Peterborough Route Add-on:
VTEC and LNER HST Reskin Pack:
Intercity 225 LNER/VTEC Reskin Pack:
Class 313 Great Northern Weathered Reskin:
That’s it for this one, I really hope you enjoy the drive. Please do feel free to leave feedback, questions, or any issues you may have via the download page on the website or via the ATS Facebook Group and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. Look forward to hearing your comments as always.
>01/08/23 / Initial Release.
Take care, enjoy,