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User reviews: Positive (3 reviews)
Release Date: Sep 18, 2012
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Buy Great Western Main Line Add-On

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Includes 15 items: BR Class 76 & 77 Loco Add-On, BR Robinson Class O4 Loco Add-On, DB ICE 1 EMU Add-On, Edinburgh-Glasgow Route Add-On, EWS Class 67 Loco Add-On, Falmouth Branch Route Add-On, Fowler 4F Loco Add-On, Freightliner Class 70 Loco Add-On, Great Western Main Line Route Add-On, Isle of Wight Route Add-On, Ruhr-Sieg Route Add-On, Settle to Carlisle Route Add-on, Somerset & Dorset Railway Route Add-On, Southern Class 421 ‘4CIG’ EMU Add-On, Woodhead Route Add-On

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About This Content

The Great Western Main Line from Oxford to Paddington is a bustling thoroughfare, taking passengers and freight from the west of England into London, and you can drive your own high speed services and freight trains along this busy route in Train Simulator.

The line originally opened way back in the 1830s as part of Brunel’s fantastic Great Western Railway, which was designed to have as few challenging gradients as possible to benefit running speed. Today, the line is one of Britain’s busiest, carrying thousands of commuters every day and handling large amounts of freight. The Oxford-Paddington line in Train Simulator runs from London Paddington to Oxford Station via Reading and includes a variety of modern passenger and freight trains to drive, as well as some challenging scenarios to put your driving skills to the test.

Key Features

  • Oxford-Paddington Great Western Main Line including Didcot Parkway, Reading and Old Oak Common
  • Class 43 High Speed Train (HST) in First Great Western livery (two versions)
  • Class 166 DMU in First Great Western livery (two versions) and Network Southeast livery
  • Class 47 in BR Railfreight, BR Blue and Rail Express liveries
8 scenarios:
  • Autumn Leaves
  • Chasing Yellows
  • Lost in the Shuffle
  • Oxford to Reading Local
  • Return Ticket
  • Rush Hour Run
  • Duff Coal
  • Oxford Bound
Please note: if you have already purchased RailWorks or Train Simulator 2012, you already have this route and its contents.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows® XP / 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
    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos
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    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos
Helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Posted: December 18
This route is a fantastic route.
It's incredibly detailed andvery worth the £9.99 if you canget it on the sale then great!
It's a fantastic route with beautiful locos,realistic sounds beautiful scenery one of the best routes Dovetail Games has actually ever made so all in all if you are starting your collection or expanding it then this route is a perfect buy!
I would certainly reccomend it especially for the £2.99 price on the slae at the moment!
Love it i would give it 5* out of 5
p.s this route is not that graphically demanding so it won't put your pc under too much strain which isareleif unlike some of the newer routes.:)
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Posted: December 21
So excited to see a train I actually go on, rather than the American rubbish found in Trainz. Get it on sale to save even more on an already cheap route.
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