Title: Train Simulator: Edinburgh-Glasgow Route Add-On
Dovetail Games - Trains
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Really nice route to drive. My only two complaints focus on the Edinburgh Stations. Waverley seems a little lifeless and it is a shame that model at Haymarket has not been updated to reflect some of the changes from the last 4 years.. This is a great add on route. It looks great AND runs great at a higher than most fps. Very relaxing scenarios as it is very flat. Watch the speedzones and the cautions and it pretty much drives itself at notched throttle settings giving you a chance to really explore the different camera views of the incredible countryside. The buildings and streets are well lit at night giving you the sense of a living world. Cars on the roads and other trains also add to this. There is a late evening scenario that has excellent lighting and mood. Highly recommended.. Great route. It includes the class 170 pack which includes all reskins for the 170. The original pack and all trains included are cross compatible even if the class 170 is not a fun train to drive. The route really has some nice assets but the whole route isn't very demanding atall. You can also download a scenery extension from DPsim which is also available on workshop. This extends the route to Stirling, Carstairs and South Gyle. The original route offers a rather large service variety of stopping passenger services, express passenger services and freight.. Nice little route, just enough to do. Definitely recommended. The base route comes with the Class 170 DMU (don't purchase it alone), and provides 7 scenarios, 4 of which are available as career as well for roughly 3900 total. These scenarios use the high speed mainline and seem to follow real-life timetables; AI is also labeled, adds a nice touch. They aren't really tight either, allowing for a realistic driving (warning = slow down), unlike some more modern scenarios. In this part, the scenery is nice, lush, but a bit low detail. I played 3 train DLCs - the Class 08 which is in the twin pack, the 66 and 57 Freightliners in order of difficulty. They use some branch lines, which have much more detailed scenery, too. Playing them all is a bit redundant, probably the Railtour 57 is a better choice. The 66 is also part of a big pack. The brand new (2016-07) Class 68 is also for this route. The route doesn't support quick drive, however it comes with a few free roams, which you can clone and add any train you like. Also all trains are quick drive compatible.. I loved the route for a short time because it apperantly it dosent work it used to work but now it dosont work i would of loved it if i could still play the route but it was good for the time being :(. Really nice route to drive. My only two complaints focus on the Edinburgh Stations. Waverley seems a little lifeless and it is a shame that model at Haymarket has not been updated to reflect some of the changes from the last 4 years.. its a nice route and you can save some money if you buy it. Brilliant DLC even if it is one of the older routes. Lots of detail in the route with things such as the Falkirk stadium and BT Murrayfield modelled. There is also a free extension available on the steam workshop which extends the route from Waverley to Carstairs. The class 170 is beginning to show its age but is still a brilliant DMU, even if it is lacking in features compared to some of the more recently modelled trains. 100% recommend this DLC.
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