WCML Northwest & Scotland Twin Scenario Pack 1

WCML Northwest & Scotland Twin Scenario Pack 1

1st April 2021 4 By Mark Milmine

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This is a two part Scenario for WCML Northwest & Scotland. The first part is Empty Coaching Stock from Polmadie Depot to Glasgow Central , Part 2 is from Glasgow Central to Carlisle.

*UPDATE*

Hi And thank you for downloading this file from Alan Thomson Sim for the West Coast Mainline Northwest & Scotland Route

This readme will provide you with the information required for the installation of the 2 scenario’s. Details of the scenario will be provided below.

First of all , open “Utilites” on your PC (Usually C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\RailWorks) and install the .rwp files for both scenarios. This should install them into your RailWorks folder , if they don’t show , try the above step again.

Ok , Dependancies for the scenarios

Armstrong Powerhouse

Mk2 Pack Number 1
Mk3 DVT
Class 43 Valenta Enhancement Pack
Class 47 Sound Pack
Class 86 Enhancement Pack
Class 90 Pack 1
Class 91 Enhancement Pack
Class 101 Sound Pack
Class 156 DMU Pack
Class 315 EMU Pack
Weather Pack

Alan Thomson Sim

Class 91/Mk4 Improvements Pack
HST Branded Virgin West Coast & Cross Country Pack
HST Improvements Pack
Virgin Trains West Coast Loco Hauled Pack

Dovetail Games

Class 67 (RSC)
Class 86 (RSC)
Class 91 (RSC)
Diesel Shunter Pack

Fastline Simulations

ZCA Wagons

Just Trains

Seacow Wagons

UKTS

EMU Pack no1 (Freeware)

Also , the basics from Kuju (Those assests are part of the pack that came with you initial Railworks setup , Items that I’ve used are the original HST and Class 47 with the additional enhancements that are listed above)

==Scenario Insight==

5V50

You start off in Polmadie Sidings on the “Up” side and take 86222 with the train and 86204 dead on the rear. Various trains approach and leave Glasgow Central on your arrival

Scenario should take less than 10 minutes to complete

1V50

86204 has been prepared for departure and 86222 has been uncoupled. Typical of the weather , it’s gone a bit dull and you’ll see a few spots of rain between Glasgow and Carlisle. As was typical for this situation , traffic is lighter than usual. Trains are diverted between Carlisle and Preston because of Engineering work. Kingmoor Yard is quiet but there are 2 Engineering trains waiting to head south to Possesions in the Penrith Area. The only freight of the day is the Dalston – Grangemouth Tanks (Oil empties). Apart from that , it should be a quiet enough Journey , even enough time to take in the Scenery in the Scottish Lowlands even on a day where it rains!

Scenario should take approx 1 hr 15 minutes