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La línea de Ruhr-Sieg es una maravillosa ruta alemana con algo para todos, incluyendo a los pasajeros y trenes de carga y una selección de diesel, locomotoras eléctricas y de vapor.

La línea de Hagen Siegen en Rin-Westfalia se completó en la década de 1860 y el tráfico manejado principalmente carbón, la alimentación de los molinos de acero alrededor de Siegen. Dado que el tráfico de pasajeros aumentó, las estaciones fueron construidas en ciudades a lo largo de la línea como Finnentrop, Letmathe y Kreutzal y la línea se convirtió en un enlace rápido de pasajeros, así como una vía para los trenes de mercancías ocupado la madera, el acero y el carbón. La línea de Ruhr-Sieg para Train Simulator recrea la línea de Hagen Siegen e incluye una mezcla de diesel, locomotoras eléctricas y de vapor, además de escenarios que te permiten explorar esta vía ocupada.

Características principales

  • Ruhr-Sieg línea de Hagen Siegen a través de Finnentrop incluyendo la casa de máquinas Siegen
  • DB Clase 151 Locomotora eléctrica en livery Railion
  • Clase DB 143 DB locomotora eléctrica en livery rojo
  • DB Clase 101 locomotora eléctrica DB en rojo, plata, azul y libreas negras
  • DB Clase 294 diesel locomotora en el DB de color rojo y libreas azul / marfil
  • DB Clase V200 locomotora diesel en el PP re / gris y libreas azul / marfil
  • BR52 locomotora de vapor con los colores negro
12 escenarios:
  • Ghost Train
  • Calentando
  • Carga Pesada
  • Carga Histórico
  • Into the Misty
  • Launch Party
  • parte por parte
  • Sleep Tight
  • Wagon Caza
  • Pasajeros Local a Finnentrop
  • Niebla en Lenne
  • Last Leg a Siegen
Nota: si ya has comprado o RailWorks Train Simulator 2012, ya dispone de esta ruta y su contenido.

Requisitos del sistema

    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
    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos
    Recommended:
    • Graphics:Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required
    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos
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Joethefish
Publicado el 21 de junio
Don't be fooled, this route is exactly the same as "Hagen to Siegen", another one of the original Rail Simulator routes. So what's so bad about this route, eh? Why do I even mention "bad" as the main topic? Well... go find yourself a few pictures of the railway first. You'll then discover that it looks nothing like it! I believe this is the worst of the originals. There are so many things missing from the route, landmarks to little details, if you were to go on the real thing, you wouldn't know it was that route.

I do not drive on this route as it is not interesting and not fun.

Lets talk about the included (intended) stock for the route...

BR 52 - one of the better trains in Rail Simulator with a higher quality and better sounds than most others.

BR 294 - another good model with average sounds.

BR 143 - the basic version of Vr's BR 143 which is also a drivable Steuerwagen.

BR 101 - an Intercity unit capable of 200km/h on a slow route like that? This trains has been reused and reused and reused with little changed over the years. There's only two addons by DTG to my knowledge that don't reuse it; Hamburg to Lubeck and Mannheim to Karlsruhe. The BR 101's exsistence in this route has caused it to be the most reused train in this game and also caused us to miss out on many things that would've most likely been added, had it been new.

Wagons - they're basic and look awful.

Coaches - the traffic Red DB Regio coaches are... alright but the BR 143 pack has better ones or you can find even better ones at RW0381. The Blue Regio and Intercity coaches look terrible. There's absolutely nothing good I can say about them. Just don't use them - the modeling is completely incorrect. Again, RW0381 have made much better versions of all.

However, I do recommend this route for one reason. "Hagen to Siegen v3" is on RailSim.de and requires this route. It is so much better than this and also a much higher standard than the current DTG German routes.
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Soret - Yes2 #Indyref2 :D
Publicado el 14 de abril
This is a vintage route, there is nothing really about it that I do not dislike, but part of the 'game heritage' that I can say is quite alright.

I don't recommend buying this route though, waste of space and resources.

I'll rate it 6 out of 10 for history's sake.
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tfk
Publicado el 28 de marzo
Although this seems to be an older route, I did like it very much. I got this in a pack for very little money and since I like to have as much German routes as possible I wanted to have it in my collection.

The scenery is very enjoyable. Some small glitches like floating grass polls in tunnels and tunnel seams not connecting perfectly. But nothing which put me off.

One problem which may put people off is the fact that in the first career mode scenario the SIFA, AFB and PZB systems are not functioning. The locomotive is the BR101 you see in the pictures.

When passing a yellow signal -indicating that the next main signal has a red signature- the call "Zugbeeinflussung" is made and you have to press Q to acknowledge it. That's a bit weird because that is the SIFA acknowledge key in some locomotives. And the "Zugbeeinflussung" call is made -correct me if I'm wrong- when the driver acknowledges, frees, or overrides a PZB-activated signal.

So I did a quick drive from Hagen to Siegen using a BR101 which has all the systems enabled for sure to test whether it was the track or the locomotive. This time everything worked as I would expect.

That choice to use a loco which has very basic functions as a default is a bit poorly made. As drivers want to do the career scenario's to get some points the developers should have thought about playability a bit more.

Other then that, I really liked this route.

It's advisable to do the full Hagen to Siegen run in quick drive mode and using a locomotive which supports all systems. It really gives the best appreciation of this route.

One thing. When stopped in front of a red signal in quick drive mode, check ahead for manual switches. You have to switch them by yourself to change the signal's aspect.

TFK
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tonyluan1990
Publicado el 11 de enero
I am very, very disappointed with this DLC.

First, I am sure that this map is merely the renamed version of the Hagen-Siegen map featured in Railworks that I played back in 2009. Back then I noticed that there are dozens of bugs that truly annoyed me: missing chunks of ballast under rails near bridges, overhead wires making sharp angles where they are not even connected to catenary, pedestrians walking off the platforms and hovering in the mid-air... I thought these were okay and the developers WOULD correct them.

SIX YEARS has gone by but NOTHING changes. The map is still the 2009 Hagen-Siegen map and the bugs are still the 2009 Hagen-Siegen bugs. This shows the worst professionalism to allow the bugs to plague the map for these many years and to put this map for sale again without even an attempt of remedy.

Second, the Class 143 locomotive is modelled horribly. The cab view ONLY includes the dash and the windscreen and if you rotate your view 120 degrees to your rear left you will see NO BACK WALL OR FLOOR and RAILS RIGHT BELOW YOUR SEAT, as if you are sitting behind an arcade racecar driving console! This is plain unbelievable. There are no sound effects for pressing any buttons. The audio of the horn does not respond to pressing the Space key (no matter how long you press the Space key, only a pre-recorded whistle of fixed length is played after you release the Space key). There are no headlight effects... The list can go really long.

Third, if I am correct, the map does not support SIFA or PZB. The map inherit all old scenarios seen six years ago and has only two or three new. For me it is NOT nostalgia -- it looks more like collecting fast money with minimal effort, in an irresponsibly way.

I know that for less than $20 this map is cheap, but considering that this map has almost nothing new in comparison with what it was six years ago, $17.99 sounds like a fraud, or a robbery, whatever you name it.
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rseitz1009
Publicado el 2 de octubre de 2015
This is s beautiful route with complex scenery all along the way. Fairly steep gradients add a little challenge to the trip in the form of trying to maintain your speed. It comes with some neat locomotives and several levels of scenarios. It is definitely one of my favorite routes (maybe it's my German heritage). I find it runs very smoothly (I have not witnessed the bugs as claimed by some folks) and you can really blast away at some high speeds around many a curve in this appealing mountainous terrain. I highly recommend this one, despite its age - get it for heaven's sake!
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BritishRail60062
Publicado el 2 de septiembre de 2015
I got this route supplied with the ICE Collection. Its a very well made route with areas where you can open up the power with these high speed trains. The route comes with a good range of non high speed trains and a nice selection of included scenarios. A great route worth a look if you are into German trains like I am and I would suggest getting this with the ICE Collection bundle as it is a good value for money pack.
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horrido
Publicado el 24 de marzo de 2015
An old route full of bugs that never where adressed. Very disappointing. None of the included scenarios I've played was bug free. Get this only if you believe you can't live without it.
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Mr_Nicoll
Publicado el 14 de febrero de 2015
Classic German trainline in clasic German fashion.
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SrOscaR
Publicado el 30 de diciembre de 2014
Ruhr-Sieg Line "Analisis"

Esta Ruta/Add-ON, fue operativa en el Train Simulator desde los nacimientos del propio juego.

Es una impresionante ruta, incorpora solamente que 6 impresionantes locomotoras Alemanas!

Que son las siguientes:

-->[DB Class 151] Esta impresionante locomotora tiene un monstruo como motor, fue diseñada para servicios de Carga o como pasajeros. Aunque actualmente la DB class 151 no se utiliza como servicio de pasajeros por solo tener el sistema de Seguridad SIFA/AWS

-->[DB Class 143] Esta locomotora me encanta tiene un diseño super bonito. Que maravilla hacer servicios de pasajeros con ella

-->[DB Class 101] La épica locomotora Alemana, y esta vez aun mas bonita con las actualizaciones, que si quieres se pueden incorporar

-->[DB Class 294] Una de las locomotoras mas bonitas de Alemania. Jugar en cabina es una maravilla que te alargara la sonrisa de oreja a oreja. "No la subestimes por que es un mostruo como sus miembros de la familia"

-->[DB Class V200] Otra maravilla que te roba el corazón, pero no te hace daño, por que se deja domar. Conducirla es muy especial.


-->[DRB Class 52] PFFF esta locomotora esta fuera de serie, es un mega monstruo que no se deja dominar por nadie, te coje y te trata como el quiere y cuando quiere.


Todas las locomotoras que eh mencionado, Incorporan solamente el Sistema de Seguridad [SIFA Ó AWS]


¿Más Motivos?

Sonido del medio ambiente.

Sonido de las locomotorasque eh mencionado.

Sonido de los vagones de mercancía y de coches de viajeros: Sinceramente son fenomenales.

Detalle del mapa muy detallado.

Para disfrutar de la ruta al 100% se tiene que poner las actualizaciones que se encuentran por foros de ferrocarriles.

Conclusión un Add-ON que se tiene que tener obligatoriamente por que te hara disfrutar casa segundo que juegas.

Valoración 10/10
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Chef Excellence
Publicado el 21 de diciembre de 2014
So cheap, why do you not already have it?
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Recomendado
Publicado el 30 de diciembre de 2014
Ruhr-Sieg Line "Analisis"

Esta Ruta/Add-ON, fue operativa en el Train Simulator desde los nacimientos del propio juego.

Es una impresionante ruta, incorpora solamente que 6 impresionantes locomotoras Alemanas!

Que son las siguientes:

-->[DB Class 151] Esta impresionante locomotora tiene un monstruo como motor, fue diseñada para servicios de Carga o como pasajeros. Aunque actualmente la DB class 151 no se utiliza como servicio de pasajeros por solo tener el sistema de Seguridad SIFA/AWS

-->[DB Class 143] Esta locomotora me encanta tiene un diseño super bonito. Que maravilla hacer servicios de pasajeros con ella

-->[DB Class 101] La épica locomotora Alemana, y esta vez aun mas bonita con las actualizaciones, que si quieres se pueden incorporar

-->[DB Class 294] Una de las locomotoras mas bonitas de Alemania. Jugar en cabina es una maravilla que te alargara la sonrisa de oreja a oreja. "No la subestimes por que es un mostruo como sus miembros de la familia"

-->[DB Class V200] Otra maravilla que te roba el corazón, pero no te hace daño, por que se deja domar. Conducirla es muy especial.


-->[DRB Class 52] PFFF esta locomotora esta fuera de serie, es un mega monstruo que no se deja dominar por nadie, te coje y te trata como el quiere y cuando quiere.


Todas las locomotoras que eh mencionado, Incorporan solamente el Sistema de Seguridad [SIFA Ó AWS]


¿Más Motivos?

Sonido del medio ambiente.

Sonido de las locomotorasque eh mencionado.

Sonido de los vagones de mercancía y de coches de viajeros: Sinceramente son fenomenales.

Detalle del mapa muy detallado.

Para disfrutar de la ruta al 100% se tiene que poner las actualizaciones que se encuentran por foros de ferrocarriles.

Conclusión un Add-ON que se tiene que tener obligatoriamente por que te hara disfrutar casa segundo que juegas.

Valoración 10/10
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A 6 de 7 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
Recomendado
Publicado el 2 de septiembre de 2015
I got this route supplied with the ICE Collection. Its a very well made route with areas where you can open up the power with these high speed trains. The route comes with a good range of non high speed trains and a nice selection of included scenarios. A great route worth a look if you are into German trains like I am and I would suggest getting this with the ICE Collection bundle as it is a good value for money pack.
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A 6 de 7 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
No recomendado
Publicado el 11 de enero
I am very, very disappointed with this DLC.

First, I am sure that this map is merely the renamed version of the Hagen-Siegen map featured in Railworks that I played back in 2009. Back then I noticed that there are dozens of bugs that truly annoyed me: missing chunks of ballast under rails near bridges, overhead wires making sharp angles where they are not even connected to catenary, pedestrians walking off the platforms and hovering in the mid-air... I thought these were okay and the developers WOULD correct them.

SIX YEARS has gone by but NOTHING changes. The map is still the 2009 Hagen-Siegen map and the bugs are still the 2009 Hagen-Siegen bugs. This shows the worst professionalism to allow the bugs to plague the map for these many years and to put this map for sale again without even an attempt of remedy.

Second, the Class 143 locomotive is modelled horribly. The cab view ONLY includes the dash and the windscreen and if you rotate your view 120 degrees to your rear left you will see NO BACK WALL OR FLOOR and RAILS RIGHT BELOW YOUR SEAT, as if you are sitting behind an arcade racecar driving console! This is plain unbelievable. There are no sound effects for pressing any buttons. The audio of the horn does not respond to pressing the Space key (no matter how long you press the Space key, only a pre-recorded whistle of fixed length is played after you release the Space key). There are no headlight effects... The list can go really long.

Third, if I am correct, the map does not support SIFA or PZB. The map inherit all old scenarios seen six years ago and has only two or three new. For me it is NOT nostalgia -- it looks more like collecting fast money with minimal effort, in an irresponsibly way.

I know that for less than $20 this map is cheap, but considering that this map has almost nothing new in comparison with what it was six years ago, $17.99 sounds like a fraud, or a robbery, whatever you name it.
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No recomendado
Publicado el 24 de marzo de 2015
An old route full of bugs that never where adressed. Very disappointing. None of the included scenarios I've played was bug free. Get this only if you believe you can't live without it.
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Publicado el 14 de febrero de 2015
Classic German trainline in clasic German fashion.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 2 de octubre de 2015
This is s beautiful route with complex scenery all along the way. Fairly steep gradients add a little challenge to the trip in the form of trying to maintain your speed. It comes with some neat locomotives and several levels of scenarios. It is definitely one of my favorite routes (maybe it's my German heritage). I find it runs very smoothly (I have not witnessed the bugs as claimed by some folks) and you can really blast away at some high speeds around many a curve in this appealing mountainous terrain. I highly recommend this one, despite its age - get it for heaven's sake!
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Recomendado
Publicado el 21 de diciembre de 2014
So cheap, why do you not already have it?
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No recomendado
Publicado el 14 de abril
This is a vintage route, there is nothing really about it that I do not dislike, but part of the 'game heritage' that I can say is quite alright.

I don't recommend buying this route though, waste of space and resources.

I'll rate it 6 out of 10 for history's sake.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 21 de junio
Don't be fooled, this route is exactly the same as "Hagen to Siegen", another one of the original Rail Simulator routes. So what's so bad about this route, eh? Why do I even mention "bad" as the main topic? Well... go find yourself a few pictures of the railway first. You'll then discover that it looks nothing like it! I believe this is the worst of the originals. There are so many things missing from the route, landmarks to little details, if you were to go on the real thing, you wouldn't know it was that route.

I do not drive on this route as it is not interesting and not fun.

Lets talk about the included (intended) stock for the route...

BR 52 - one of the better trains in Rail Simulator with a higher quality and better sounds than most others.

BR 294 - another good model with average sounds.

BR 143 - the basic version of Vr's BR 143 which is also a drivable Steuerwagen.

BR 101 - an Intercity unit capable of 200km/h on a slow route like that? This trains has been reused and reused and reused with little changed over the years. There's only two addons by DTG to my knowledge that don't reuse it; Hamburg to Lubeck and Mannheim to Karlsruhe. The BR 101's exsistence in this route has caused it to be the most reused train in this game and also caused us to miss out on many things that would've most likely been added, had it been new.

Wagons - they're basic and look awful.

Coaches - the traffic Red DB Regio coaches are... alright but the BR 143 pack has better ones or you can find even better ones at RW0381. The Blue Regio and Intercity coaches look terrible. There's absolutely nothing good I can say about them. Just don't use them - the modeling is completely incorrect. Again, RW0381 have made much better versions of all.

However, I do recommend this route for one reason. "Hagen to Siegen v3" is on RailSim.de and requires this route. It is so much better than this and also a much higher standard than the current DTG German routes.
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Recomendado
Publicado el 28 de marzo
Although this seems to be an older route, I did like it very much. I got this in a pack for very little money and since I like to have as much German routes as possible I wanted to have it in my collection.

The scenery is very enjoyable. Some small glitches like floating grass polls in tunnels and tunnel seams not connecting perfectly. But nothing which put me off.

One problem which may put people off is the fact that in the first career mode scenario the SIFA, AFB and PZB systems are not functioning. The locomotive is the BR101 you see in the pictures.

When passing a yellow signal -indicating that the next main signal has a red signature- the call "Zugbeeinflussung" is made and you have to press Q to acknowledge it. That's a bit weird because that is the SIFA acknowledge key in some locomotives. And the "Zugbeeinflussung" call is made -correct me if I'm wrong- when the driver acknowledges, frees, or overrides a PZB-activated signal.

So I did a quick drive from Hagen to Siegen using a BR101 which has all the systems enabled for sure to test whether it was the track or the locomotive. This time everything worked as I would expect.

That choice to use a loco which has very basic functions as a default is a bit poorly made. As drivers want to do the career scenario's to get some points the developers should have thought about playability a bit more.

Other then that, I really liked this route.

It's advisable to do the full Hagen to Siegen run in quick drive mode and using a locomotive which supports all systems. It really gives the best appreciation of this route.

One thing. When stopped in front of a red signal in quick drive mode, check ahead for manual switches. You have to switch them by yourself to change the signal's aspect.

TFK
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