The future of train simulation is here! Train Simulator 2012 puts you right inside the cab, driving incredibly realistic steam, diesel and electric trains on stunning real-world routes in the UK, US and Germany. Built-in tutorials help you get to grips with the controls and different driving techniques. The Cab Control interface makes it easy for beginners to drive straight away, while expert mode allows you to drive with accurate locomotive controls. Exhilarating scenarios allow you to put your skills to the test; you can even upload your score on the worldwide Steam leader board.
RailWorks 2 Train Simulator is now available via Steam with a special introductory discount of 50% during the first week. Plus, all existing owners of RailWorks will find themselves automatically upgraded to RailWorks 2 for free!
RailWorks 2 brings a number of big advances in rail simulators, including the new Career System ® and Cab Control ®. Drivers can now compete and compare scores online via Steam Leaderboards as well as earn Steam Achievements for completing scenarios. Plus, first-time drivers will find it easy to quickly get the hang of things with the all-new Cab Control.
With regular updates and an expanding catalog of downloadable routes, locomotives and more, RailWorks 2 Train Simulator offers an incredibly versatile package for rail enthusiasts and simulator fans young or old. And the possibilities dont end with whats in our shop all the tools and assets are included to enable users to build their own realistic routes, complete with towns, stations and scenery, from scratch.
The Glasgow Airport Rail Link (GARL) was a proposal to directly link Glasgow Central station with Glasgow International Airport in Scotland, United Kingdom. The link was intended for completion by 2013 and would have had a service of four trains per hour running along a semi-reconstructed via Cardonald, Hillington East and Hillington West, to Paisley Gilmour Street station. It would then have branched-off onto a new purpose-built 1.2 mile (1.9 km) line taking it over the M8 motorway into the airport.
Totalize Media have created numerous add-ons for rail simulation games. GARL is their most ambitious project to date featuring the whole route* covering 9km of existing track from Glasgow Central to Paisley St James and an additional 1.9km of new track between the proposed Airport Junction and Glasgow International Airport.
RailWorks SD40-2 Burlington Northern Add-on is available on Steam.
The SD40-2 Burlington Northern shares the same basic superstructure as the SD38-2 as it uses the same 16-645E3 engine (with turbo charging modifications). The Dash 2 also has longer front and rear porches than other models, making for distinguishing features when comparing locomotives. Another alteration from previous designs is the three radiator grilles mounted on the roof, where previously there were only two.
* MJA Bogie Box Twin Wagon * 1 livery with 6 weathering & vandalised variations * Custom sound set with unique sound effects * Functional taillight * Free modern Class 47 with front-end, cab and sound adjustments
The ATSF Warbonnet Pack includes the following items:
* 37-Class passenger F-Units - 37LABC through 47LABC + 48A * 300-Class passenger F-Units - 300LAB through 316LAB * 28 separate and highly detailed models with animated parts * Both early and late 36" and 48" dynamic brake fans versions * Includes "oddball" freight pilot models * High resolution textures and custom audio files * Optional driver and non-driver models
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad owned over 13,000 miles of track which included some of the most heavily and strategically used routes throughout the West. In 1994 Santa Fe agreed to merge with north-western giant, Burlington Northern, to form the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, now known as simply BNSF.
Santa Fe's renowned pre-merger Warbonnet livery was made in several variations ranging from the silver and red with yellow trim to the blue and yellow. It is the blue and yellow variant, sometimes known as the yellow bonnet livery, which is supplied in this pack.
The Stanier Jubilee steam locomotive, famously named in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V, was one of the first fully fledged standardised locomotive fleets for LMS designed by William Stanier. Becoming the main stay of passenger traffic operating out of London Euston and surviving the war (barely) the Jubilees were granted one last reprive by appearing in BR Green before their final curtain call. Bought back to life in RailWorks, this famous Class can once again ride the rails.
The Canadian comfort cab or wide cab is a broad-nosed cab design found on several diesel locomotive types. It occupies the entire width of the locomotive, and typically has an access door on the front. Click here for more information on this DLC.