JUSTTRAINS - SOUTH WESTERN EXPRESSWAYS
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This South Western Expressways route add-on is around 180 miles in length and features the Bristol to Westbury line, the Westbury to Taunton line via Somerton Tunnel, and Bristol to Exeter via Bath Spa. The route features 26 stations and numerous custom assets along with a set of 15 Standard scenarios, two Career scenarios and five Free Roam scenarios.

The route is Quick Drive enabled and a South West Trains livery is included for owners of the Class 158 DMU Add-On which Dovetail Games currently sell: 'Train Simulator: Class 158 DMU Add-On'. (NB: The livery is NOT compatible with the Class 158 supplied with Dovetail's Settle to Carlisle route.)
  • Route class: Modern
  • Beautifully detailed and immersive scenery of the South West
  • 26 custom-built stations
  • Includes two Career scenarios, 15 Standard scenarios and five Free Roam
  • Route is Quick drive enabled
  • Custom built prominent buildings and objects
Important! If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack and the US Loco & Asset Pack (both available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.

Note: Additional stock (not supplied) is required for all the scenarios to function correctly. Please see the Scenario details and System Requirements sections below for details.

SOUTH WESTERN EXPRESSWAYS

Westbury to Taunton

Completed in 1906, Westbury to Taunton is part of the Reading to Taunton line and a major branch of the Great Western Main Line which diverges at Reading station. It runs to Cogload Junction (east of Taunton) where it joins the Bristol to Exeter and Penzance Line.

The line became a through route on 2 July 1906 with the completion of the Langport and Castle Cary Railway. Previously, from 5 May 1848, through trains from London to Plymouth had to run via Bristol on a longer route, often called the ‘Great Way Round’.

Bristol to Westbury

The line from Bristol to Westbury is part of the ‘Heart of Wessex Line’, also known as the Bristol to Weymouth Line, which runs from Bristol Temple Meads to Weymouth via Westbury.

Bristol to Exeter

The line from Bristol to Exeter is a major branch of the line from Paddington to Bristol and runs south-west from Bristol.

STATIONS

  • Pewsey
  • Trowbridge
  • Bradford-on-Avon
  • Avoncliff
  • Freshford
  • Bath Spa
  • Oldfield Park
  • Keynsham
  • Bristol Temple Meads
  • Bedminster
  • Parson Street
  • Nailsea & Backwell
  • Yatton
  • Worle
  • Weston Milton
  • Weston-super-Mare
  • Highbridge and Burnham
  • Bridgwater
  • Westbury
  • Frome
  • Bruton
  • Castle Cary
  • Taunton
  • Tiverton Parkway
  • Exeter St Davids
  • Exeter St Thomas

POINTS OF INTEREST ALONG THE ROUTE

  • Woodborough Sidings
  • Westbury Cement Works
  • Avoncliff Aquaduct
  • Freshford Waste Water Treatment Works
  • Barton Hill Train Care Depot
  • St. Philips Marsh Train Depot
  • Holiday Park
  • Bridgwater Sidings
  • Cogload Junction
  • Somerton Tunnel
  • Langport Viaduct
  • Flooded Somerset Levels
  • Fairwater Yard
  • Cowley Bridge Junction (repeatedly floods)
  • Riverside Yard
  • Exeter College

SCENARIOS

If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack and US Loco Asset Pack (both available to purchase via STEAM to obtain the following locomotives:

  • Black 5
  • Class 37
  • Class 47
  • Class 166
  • HST

Please note that although some of the scenarios use the default locomotives and rolling stock supplied in Train Simulator, some require extra items to allow them to run correctly.

In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by ‘Steam’ in brackets can be purchased from the STEAM website:

  • BR Castle Class Loco Add-on
  • BR Class 150/1 DUM Add-on
  • Class 158 DMU Add-on
  • EWS Class 66 v2.0 Loco Add-on
  • EWS Class  67 Loco Add-on

In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by ‘JT’ in brackets can be purchased from the simMarket website:

  • Class 67 Advanced & Car Carriers
  • Class 153 DMU Advanced
  • Voyager Advanced
  • JJA Autoballaster PlusPak Advanced (not required if you own the Class 67 Advanced & Car Carriers add-on)
  • Class 3700 with ‘City of Truro’

Career scenarios

2O70 06:49 Worcester Shrub Hill – Weymouth
Required stock: Class 158 (Steam)
Duration: 46 minutes
Stopping passenger service.

1C22 126:30 Paddington – Taunton
Required stock: HST (Steam)
Duration: 100 minutes
Drive a First Great Western service from Bath Spa to Taunton.

Standard scenarios

(Default) Bath Spa to Kingswear Railtour
Required stock: Black 5 4-6-0 BR Green (Steam)
Duration: 100 minutes
Summer is approaching and that can only mean one thing – the 'Torbay Express'. Drive this semi-regular railtour from Bath Spa to Kingswear with a Black 5 at the helm.

Bath Spa to Kingswear Railtour
Required stock: Black 5 4-6-0 BR Green (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Class 158 (Steam)
Duration: 100 minutes
Summer is approaching and that can only mean one thing – the 'Torbay Express'. Drive this semi-regular railtour from Bath Spa to Kingswear with a Black 5 at the helm.

Castle Meets City Railtour (Exeter SD to Pewsey)
Required stock: Class 3700 with ‘City of Truro’ (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT), BR Castle Class (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Class 158 (Steam)
Duration: 100 minutes
Take this Castle Class Loco from Exeter St Davids to Pewsey

Morning Stopper (Bath Spa to Castle Cary 2O70)
Required stock: Class 158 (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam)
Duration: 60 minutes
Today you are in charge of this stopper from Bath Spa to Castle Cary.

The Woes of a Service Diversion!
Required stock: Class 166 (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Class 158 (Steam), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 80 minutes
Drive from Bristol Temple Meads to Taunton via Westbury.

(Default) Glastonbury Festival Mayhem!
Required stock: Class 47 Blue (Steam)
Duration: 75 minutes
Special relief service.

(Default) Freight at Westbury
Required stock: Class 47 Triple Grey (Steam)
Duration: 25 minutes
Transfer of Railstock stock from up to down yard.

Freight at Westbury
Required stock: Class 47 Triple Grey (Steam), Class 158 (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam)
Duration: 25 minutes
Transfer of Railstock stock from up to down yard.

Civil Engineering Run
Required stock: Class 66 Freightliner (Steam), JJA Autoballaster (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT), Class 153 DMU Advanced (JT)
Duration: 40 minutes
Take this freight from Fairwater Yard to Westbury. You are in charge of 6Y19, which is a civil engineering train. Your task today is to take the train as far as Westbury, where another driver will take over on the leg to Billinghurst. The departure time from here is 17:38; please ensure you have set the yard points before leaving. This service is timed for 60 MPH so please abide by the speed limit. Good luck!

(Default) Early Morning to London (Taunton – Pewsey 1A77)
Required stock: HST (Steam)
Duration: 56 minutes
1A77 05:41 Penzance – London Paddington. Drive this express train from Taunton to Pewsey.

Early Morning to London (Taunton – Pewsey 1A77)
Required stock: HST (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Class 158 (Steam)
Duration: 56 minutes
1A77 05:41 Penzance – London Paddington. Drive this express train from Taunton to Pewsey.

(Default) Eastbound to London Paddington via Westbury (1K71)
Required stock: HST (Steam)
Duration: 75 minutes
Early morning commuter train to London.

Eastbound to London Paddington via Westbury (1K71)
Required stock: HST (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 75 minutes
Early morning commuter train to London.

(Default) First Attempt To Pass Through The Flooded Somerset Levels
Required stock: HST (Steam)
Duration: 60 minutes
You are the first driver to attempt a passage through the flooded Somerset levels. Report back if water is above the tracks and pass through the flooded levels at the suggested speed limit with caution.

First Attempt To Pass Through The Flooded Somerset Levels (1C73)
Required stock: HST (Steam), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 60 minutes
You are the first driver to attempt a passage through the flooded Somerset levels. Report back if water is above the tracks and pass through the flooded levels at the suggested speed limit with caution.

Speed Trial Pilot (Exeter SD to Westbury 1A77)
Required stock: HST (Steam), Class 158 (Steam), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 65 minutes
Drive this Express passenger train from Exeter St Davids to Westbury.

(Default) Northward Bound – Exeter SD to Bristol TM (1E73)
Required stock: HST (Steam)
Duration: 65 minutes
Drive a slightly late running Cross Country service from Exeter St Davids to Bristol Temple Meads.

Northward Bound
Required stock: HST (Steam), Class 150/1 (Steam), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 65 minutes
Drive a slightly late running Cross Country service from Exeter St Davids to Bristol Temple Meads.

(Default) Coast to Coast Railtour
Required stock: Class 3700 ‘City of Truro’ (JT)
Duration: 165 minutes
Special steam railtour from Weston-super-Mare to Kingswear.

Coast to Coast Railtour
Required stock: Class 3700 ‘City of Truro’ (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT), Class 150/1 (Steam), Class 158 (Steam)
Duration: 165 minutes
Special steam railtour from Weston-super-Mare to Kingswear.

The Ocean Mills Express – 102.3 MPH record
Required stock: Class 47 (Steam)
Duration: 30 minutes
Drive 3440 on a recreation of its record-breaking run in 1904. There is no AI traffic and no static consists. Just see if you can do it!

Southern Engineering Works
Required stock: Voyager Advanced (JT), Class 153 DMU Advanced (JT), Class 67 Advanced (JT), Class 150/1 (Steam)
Duration: 70 minutes
Drive a Class 220 from Exeter St Davids to Bristol Temple Meads on a clear summer day. Your service is the 1S47 Plymouth to Glasgow Central. There are engineering works happening just outside Tiverton so caution is necessary in that area. Your stops are at Tiverton Parkway and Taunton, and your final stop at Bristol Temple Meads is 12:30 where another train crew will take over. Good luck.

Free Roam scenarios

Click on a train and take it for a drive!

We have included two sets of Free Roams. One set requires the Class 158 (Steam) and the titles of these scenarios is prefixed with (158). The other scenarios use default Train Simulator stock.

  •  Bath Spa S/Eastbound
  • Local (Steam Loco)
  • Pewsey Westbound
  • Taunton Eastbound
  • Westbury Westbound

Please note that the locomotives and rolling stock shown in the screenshots are for reference only and are not necessarily included with this route add-on.

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DELIVERY METHOD
DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE
2.2GB
REGISTRATION KEY
Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
NOTES
An active internet connection is required for activation.
REQUIREMENTS
  • Train Simulator 2017
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • 512Mb RAM (1 GB for Windows Vista/7/8)
  • 256Mb video card with Pixel shader 2.0 (AGP/PCE only)
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 4GB hard drive space
If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack and US Loco Asset Pack (both available to purchase via STEAM to obtain the following locomotives:
  • Black 5
  • Class 37
  • Class 47
  • Class 166
  • HST
Please note that although some of the scenarios use the default locomotives and rolling stock supplied in Train Simulator, some require extra items to allow them to run correctly.

The following locomotives can be purchased from the STEAM website:

BR Castle Class Loco Add-on
BR Class 150/1 DUM Add-on
Class 158 DMU Add-on
EWS Class 66 v2.0 Loco Add-on
EWS Class  67 Loco Add-on

The following locomotives can be purchased from the simMarket website:

Class 67 Advanced & Car Carriers
Class 153 DMU Advanced
Voyager Advanced
JJA Autoballaster PlusPak Advanced (not required if you own the Class 67 Advanced & Car Carriers add-on)
Class 3700 with ‘City of Truro’

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