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Release Date: Jun 7, 2012

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Buy Train Simulator: Class A4 Pacifics Collection

Includes 3 items: Train Simulator: Class A4 Pacifics Loco Add-On, Train Simulator: London to Brighton Route Add-On, Train Simulator: Southern Class 421 ‘4CIG’ EMU Add-On

Buy Train Simulator: Commuter Europe Collection

Includes 5 items: Train Simulator: DB BR423 EMU Add-On, Train Simulator: First Capital Connect Class 319 EMU Add-On, Train Simulator: London to Brighton Route Add-On, Train Simulator: Munich-Augsburg Route Add-On, Train Simulator: Southern Class 421 ‘4CIG’ EMU Add-On

 

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The London to Brighton Expansion Pack recreates the whole 50 miles from London Victoria to Brighton and includes the Class 377 Electrostar.

Ever since the very first train sims became available, the London to Brighton main line has been popular with fans for many reasons. Now available in true modern style for Train Simulator, the London to Brighton Expansion Pack includes a highly-detailed recreation of the Class 377 Electrostar electric multiple unit, which has a number of realistic features including cruise control, driver vigilance device, cab lighting and more. Look out for landmarks galore as you take your train over the River Thames past Battersea Power Station, through Clapham Junction (look out for Southwest Class 450s) and East Croydon, past Gatwick Airport and through the Southdowns to Brighton. With 12 scenarios and plenty to explore, London to Brighton is a fantastic modern image UK route with many enjoyable and challenging hours of driving for would-be train drivers everywhere.

Key Features


Modern 50-mile third rail electrified route from London Victoria Station to Brighton Station, with all stations along the route including Clapham Junction and landmarks including Battersea Power Station, London Gatwick Airport, Brighton & Hove Albion stadium and Brighton Lovers Walk depot.

Class 377 Electrostar electric multiple unit in Southern livery, with features including master key, cruise control, cab light, opening windows, moveable blinds, depot whistle and Driver Vigilance Device.

AI (non-driveable) Class 450 electric multiple unit in Southwest livery (the Class 450 cannot be driven by the player but is included for realism).

Scenarios

3 free roams and 12 scenarios:
  • The Electrostar (introduction)
  • Burst Pipes
  • Capital Commuter
  • City Express
  • Express Preparation
  • Landslide Victory
  • League Cup Special
  • Purley Plougher
  • Seaside Express
  • Smitham Snoozer
  • South Down Splitter
  • Southern Connection

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows® Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor:Processor: 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (3.2 GHz Core 2 Duo recommended), AMD Athlon MP (multiprocessor variant or comparable processors)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB with Pixel Shader 3.0 (AGP PCIe only)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
    • Sound:Direct X 9.0c compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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Positive (48 reviews)
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squibblez
Posted: August 5
this route requires Class 387s in Thameslink livery that should run between Brighton & East Croydon & London Overground Class 378s for the London Services
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Posted: July 10
I would recommend this route that is, if you like driving the El Trains in & around London, Second the scenery is beautiful which I noticed when I was drivng Express from Brighton to London, third some scenarios are impossible to score 1000 points on, 4th of all the LB El line has high speed running, up to 90mph

Overall 3/4
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Disco Puppy
Posted: June 14
Product received for free
It's my home route, and a birthday present. WHAT'S NOT TO LIKE ABOUT IT?

now on a serious side, everything is looking like it should be looking, the 377 is a bit bland, but that's what Armstrong Powerhouse is for. Overall, a great addon for £14.99 ($21.20) and a serious recommendation
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pc-gamingtony
Posted: June 10
i found this to be quite an enjoyable little jaunt down the south coast it could do with a few more differnet trains and also more stops
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Pikacraft
Posted: April 15
One of the gems of Railworks, London to Brighton is excellent. 50 miles of track and the Class 377 which is the easiest train to reskin in the game. During sales, get this. Seriously. Do it. Now. I will not continue if you don't buy it NOW. Okay, the route is full of features like the Clapham Junction area but I wish they had included more AI trains in the Clapham area other than the 450, it would seem more alive. Also it is included in a lot of the patches like South London to Brighton (Workshop, not Dovetail). The 377 is amazingly full of features, considering it was made at the beginning of this games life. Overall, a great route with great rolling stock and great scenery. Buy it. Pika
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Wispy
Posted: April 10
Nice enjoyable route. Nice scenery but has a few graphical glitches.
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Oxbowzz
Posted: April 4
if you're looking to get a route for TS this is a MUST BUY its a fantastic route and i love the class 377
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Biggles
Posted: April 3
Good route. Interesting,

PROS
* Cool details, lots of realistic track
* A lot of scenarios, good value
* Good mix of urban and country scenery

CONS
* Engine with small view portals. A coffin with windows.
* Impossible schedules, will fail to load passengers if 1 second late
* Got tired of sound loop of rails clacking in same pattern
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mikey1680
Posted: March 21
A good route, with some nice detailing. The trains are nicely modelled but, personally, I feel the interior winscreen of the class 377 is too narrow, too much of the grey walling on either side. This may be a perspective issue but as a driver of 377's in real life the windscreen's seem much wider.
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TheArkerportian
Posted: March 8
Very clearly one of my favourite routes for Train Simulator. Both the route and 377 included are solid pieces of work. I recommend buying it as part of a pack including the FCC class 319.
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12 of 13 people (92%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: February 28, 2015
The route (at first at least) has been ridiculously unstable to use for scenario editing, and speaking of scenarios, can become a nightmare to make given its lack of portals to use.

But, living beside the mainline myself, it feels a rather homely route to drive on, and one of my favourite. For driving, I'll always seem to return to it.

To me, my pros and cons for this route are separated partly by whether you make scenarios for this route, or just drive them.
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: February 4
Fantastic route, one of my most played routes.

Would be cool if they extend it through to Eastbourne or Ore (Hastings) maybe even to Ashford, have a complete route there.

Class 377's in my opinion is one of the best EMU's, I just wish the 387's were actually different, sure the seats may be uncomfortable, but driving wise fast braking and acceleration.

It's a must buy; not for £25 of course, during sales.

Pros:
Over 50 Miles
Easiest train to re-skin - Class 377
Has most scenarios on Workshop - Most popular
Perfect route for semi-fast, fast and slow routes.

Cons:
Track at West Croydon has no portal, plus the direction is incorrect after Switch track from Selhurst/Norwood Junction.
No pre-load for Class 450 - Easy fix
Out dated Gatwick Airport and Brighton
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: October 4, 2014
L2B is a Love/Hate thing for me, its diabolically optimised, unstable in editor and has a number of corners cut and obvious bugs that have been ignored for years ... However I still love it and I still get good use out of it two years after purchase. dont get me wrong L2B is an addiction. If you want to stock it properly will cost you dearly. If you are interested in Blue or Sector eras Bringing the route up to prototypicality will cost you well over £200 in first and third party DLC. L2B will cost less if you want to use the route in its modern guise but stock is poorly catered for so you may find yourself somewhat limited. ... The route is well catered for in workshop especially if you have invested in stock.

Cons -
*poor optimisation
*chronic lack of portals
*Very unstable in editor, it crashed a lot but there are workarounds if you dont mind delving into the core files
*massive joined up thinking fails, little things like the missing scenic detail at Hove station kill a whole load of operation possibilites.
*Some inexplicable routing bugs
*randomly unresponsive platform markers
*The suicidal zombie pooped pants passengers problem is an epidemic on this route.

Pros - *it just is, trust me buy it and see for yourself

Still one of my top ten favorite routes, London to Brighton is awesome and worth every penny, imagine what it would have been like if some care, attention and joined-up thinking had gone into its development.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: May 2, 2015
This route was my first route I ever played when I buyed Train Simulator 2013. Now, I got South London to Brighton and South London and Thameslink to unlock the scenary in Hove.

The Class 375 and 450 is unusable for official scenarios unless in the Steam Workshop or Free Roam. You can have Class 375 scenarios if buying the South London Network and one for free roam called "The Queen Vic" (Located at P2 at London Victoria) but there are no official scenarios for the 375 in the London Faversham High Speed also) and the Class 450 for Portsmouth Direct Line. There are more scenarios if you buy the FCC Class 377 (It is simular to the Southern Class 377 but unfortunately, costs an extra £11.99 for the FCC livery [In present, it runs in Thameslink livery. if you want the Thameslink livery, it could be in UKRouteDesigns which also has the 377 Ex-Southern Thameslink] Also, this has 3 offical scenarios). The Class 442 also has 3 extra scenarios for the route but again, the Class 442 has been messed up with SWT passenger view and other problems with it. The Class 319 has 2 Tutorials and 2 scenarios, but, a minor problem is the TSO coach is in the wrong way and horn is completely wrong. I still recommend this even, if I travel on it (on a Southern 377) every year (London Victoria to Bognor Regis and back to London Victoria). As the Class 450 is unusable in scenarios, it is proposed as AI only.

But at first when buying TS2013 after exploring the L2B, I really want to make a scenario but it was unstable to use but I unlocked it luckily. (My first train on which is the Class 377 EMU Southern which I driven on this route.)

Yes, I recommend this route but if you don't have this and the DLCs on 'Commuter Europe Collection' and 'Class A4 Pacifics Collection', you should buy those to get savin' money!

T/B/T SimPlayer @ 2016
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: March 2, 2015
This route is great if you like Modern trains that do every thing from stopping service to fast express services! which i do so i will recommend this!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: October 13, 2014
A stunning route with the Class 377/5. NOTE: If you have the Class 170 you will automatically get a Southern Class 171. This great route allows you to whizz past beautiful scenery at 90mph (140kph).
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 8, 2013
It's cool. Demais de bom!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: December 21, 2014
A busy route with many stops, many scenarios and great workshop content. The included scenarios are lacking in AI however.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: May 9, 2015
One of the best routes Ever i congatleate anyone who made this place and i will be doing a sanario called Derailed train
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: January 8, 2015
GOAT route. With or without the new S. London network extension, it's ridiculously enjoyable and easy, with speed limits around 80-90mph for the most of it, and the feature of a short 50-mile, high-use route. I'd recommend it with the other Southern/Thameslink/SWT train DLCs when they're on sale.
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