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The line from London to Birmingham is known as the Chiltern Main Line and runs from its London terminus at Marylebone north-west to Birmingham Snow Hill.

Set around 2012-2016, this Quick Drive enabled Train Simulator route is approximately 112 miles in length and features 40 detailed stations, numerous new custom assets, 14 Standard scenarios and two Free Roams.

Also included (courtesy of Matthew Wilson, Vulcan Productions) are a Chiltern livery for the Dovetail Games Class 68 and a Chiltern livery for the Mk.3 Standard Class and Business Zone carriages. These carriages have brand new animated plug doors with functional body-side indicator lights, custom window layouts and 3D window frames for extra detail along with high definition decals for new auto-numbering, accurate fleet running numbers, larger step boards and corner pillars, emergency egress handles, up-scaled textures for higher resolution liveries, and custom script for implementation of the additional detailed items.

Click here for a PDF of the route map or see the Detailed Description below.

Note: If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.

Note: Some of the included scenarios require additional payware locomotives for them to run correctly - see the scenario information in the Detailed Description below for full details.


  • Route class: Modern
  • Route length: Circa 112 miles
  • Beautifully detailed and immersive scenery from London Marylebone to Birmingham Snow Hill
  • Includes 14 Standard scenarios
  • Quick Drive enabled
  • 40 custom-built stations
  • Many custom-built prominent buildings and objects


Note: The London Underground stations marked with an asterisk are not physically connected to Chiltern Main Line.

  • London Marylebone
  • West Hampstead* (London Underground)
  • Kilburn* (London Underground)
  • Willesden Green* (London Underground)
  • Dollis Hill* (London Underground)
  • Neasden* (London Underground)
  • Wembley Stadium
  • Sudbury & Harrow Road
  • Sudbury Hill Harrow
  • Northolt Park
  • South Ruislip* (London Underground)
  • Ruislip Gardens* (London Underground)
  • West Ruislip
  • Denham
  • Denham Golf Club
  • Gerrards Cross
  • Seer Green and Jordans
  • Beaconsfield
  • High Wycombe
  • Saunderton
  • Princes Risborough
  • Haddenham and Thame Parkway
  • Bicester Village
  • Bicester North
  • Kings Sutton
  • Banbury
  • Leamington Spa
  • Warwick
  • Warwick Parkway
  • Hatton
  • Lapworth
  • Dorridge
  • Widney Manor
  • Solihull
  • Olton
  • Acocks Green
  • Tyseley
  • Small Heath
  • Birmingham Moor Street
  • Birmingham Snow Hill


Numerous landmark buildings and other features of interest have been modelled along the length of the Chiltern Main Line route – these are just a few of them, in the order you’d see them when driving from London to Birmingham.

  • BNP Paribas building
  • Marylebone tunnel northern and southern entrance/exit
  • London Underground (the route runs beside the Jubilee and Metropolitan London Underground (LU) lines between Finchley Road and Neasden LU stations)
  • Brent Central Mosque
  • Neasden Rail Depot
  • Wembley Light Maintenance Depot
  • Wembley Stadium
  • Victoria Road Waste Transfer Station
  • Ruislip London Underground Depot
  • Denham Country Park
  • Gerrards Cross Tunnel
  • Bicester Chord
  • Aynho Junction
  • Banbury South signal box
  • Network Rail Training Facility – Banbury
  • Semaphore signals – Banbury
  • Banbury North signal box
  • Breedon Concrete plant/terminal
  • MOD Kineton Junction
  • Harbury tunnel and cutting
  • Leamington Spa station
  • Tyseley Locomotive Works
  • Tyseley Light Maintenance Depot
  • Tyseley Warwick Road station
  • Tyseley Carriage Sidings
  • Tyseley signal box
  • Small Heath Yard
  • Bullring Shopping Centre
  • BT Tower Birmingham


Standard scenarios

Please note that although some of the scenarios use the default locomotives and rolling stock, some require extra items to allow them to run correctly. See the System Requirements for full details

1H35 Snow Hill – Marylebone
Required stock: Class 165 Networker Turbo (Steam)
Duration: 110 minutes
Drive a pair of DMUs on the 11:12 Birmingham Snow Hill – London Marylebone service in the summer of 2016.

1T52 Marylebone – Oxford Parkway
Required stock: Class 166 FGW (Steam)
Duration: 50 minutes
Drive a Chiltern unit on 1T52 from Marylebone to Bicester Village in August 2016.

1Y45 Oxford Parkway – Marylebone
Required stock: Class 166 FGW (Steam)
Duration: 50 minutes
Drive a Chiltern DMU on 1Y45 from Oxford Parkway – Marylebone between Bicester Village and London Marylebone in August 2016.

2U01 High Wycombe – Banbury
Required stock: Class 166 FGW (Steam)
Duration: 60 minutes
Drive a Chiltern unit on 2U01 High Wycombe – Banbury on a damp morning in September 2016.

Birmingham Bound Stopper
Required stock: Class 170 DMU LM (Steam), Class 150/2 (Steam)
Duration: 60 minutes
Drive a Class 172 (using the Class 170) from Leamington – Birmingham Snow Hill before working a Stratford-bound train as far as Tyseley in the summer of 2016.

6A58 Calvert – Northolt
Required stock: Class 66 EWS (Steam), Class 67 Advanced (JT)
Duration: 45 minutes
Drive 66147 as it works the 6A58 Calvert – Northolt empty binliner train on 19 July 2013. You will be in control from Princes Risborough to Northolt WLW sidings.

1U50 Marylebone – Banbury
Required stock: Class 68 (Steam)
Duration: 77 minutes
Drive 68010 on 1U50 17:21 Marylebone – Banbury in August 2016.

The Positioning Run
Required stock: GWR 3700 Class No.3440 (2004-2006) (JT)
Duration: 60 minutes
Drive 3440 ‘City of Truro’ from Birmingham Snow Hill to Banbury on a positioning trip on 26 November 2004.

1O80 06:31 Birmingham New Street – Southampton
Required stock: Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 40 minutes
Drive a Voyager from Small Heath to Banbury whilst working 1O80 in July 2016.

1U56 18:50 Marylebone – Banbury
Required stock: JT Class 67 (WS & MR Silver) (JT)
Duration: 75 minutes
Drive 67014 on 1U56 18:59 Marylebone – Banbury throughout January 2013.

Steam to Bicester
Required stock: SD BR Std 7MT Britannia 70013 (JT)
Duration: 72 minutes
Drive 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’ from London Marylebone to Bicester Village on a special excursion.

Steam to Marylebone
Required stock: SD BR Std 7MT Britannia 70013 (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 90 minutes
Drive 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell’ from Tyseley to London Marylebone on a special steam excursion which is in service from Solihull.

S8 Stock Transfer Part One
Required stock: Class 20 Advanced (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT)
Duration: 100 minutes
Drive 20314 and 20901 on 7X09 Old Dalby – West Ruislip LUL Depot as far as Banbury on 1 September 2014.

S8 Stock Transfer Part Two
Required stock: Class 20 Advanced (JT)
Duration: 90 minutes
Drive 20314 and 20901 from Banbury to West Ruislip LU Depot on 7X09. This scenario includes the triple shuffle reverse move to access the LU lines at West Ruislip!

Free Roam scenarios

Click on a train and take it for a drive!

Birmingham Moor Street

London Marylebone

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  • Train Simulator 2018

    Note: If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012 you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack - available to purchase via Steam - for the route to display correctly.
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • 512MB RAM (1GB for Windows Vista / 7 / 8)
  • 256MB graphics card with Pixel Shader 2.0 (AGP/PCE only)
  • Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 7.25GB hard drive space

For certain scenarios to run correctly, the following add-ons are required:

Just Trains:

  • BR 7MT Advanced
  • Class 67 Advanced & Car Carriers
  • Class 3700 with ‘City of Truro’
  • Voyager Advanced
  • Class 20 Advanced Collection


  • Class 170 ‘Turbostar’ DMU Add-On
  • Class 150 DMU Add-On
  • ScotRail Class 68 Loco Add-On
  • EWS Class 66 v2.0 Loco Add-On
Customer Reviews
A beautiful, very accurately reproduced plane. The systems work as you can see in the videos on the internet.The flight model seems to be very well made,you have to be careful with the choice of airport,because a fully loaded plane actually needs more than two kilometers of runway,and landing with cargo is about three kilometers.Ther-
e is a huge difference in the behavior of an empty versus a fully loaded aircraft. Starting systems and engines is a lot of manual learning,fortun-
ately there is an option to auto-start systems and engines,especia-
lly starting the various systems of the aircraft is very satisfying.An additional advantage is the ability to switch to the cockpit mode in English (Russian by default),you can do it at any time in the pop-up Configurator (SHIFT + 1). In particular,the autopilot is very complex and works differently than in Western airplanes,but after turning on the English cockpit,it can be managed.Interes-
tingly, after a closer look at the autopilot,it turns out that it has a lot of different functions that make flying easier,e.g.the plane can make 90-degree turns by itself,or circle non-stop. The plane carries several loads on its back,I liked the Molniya mini-shuttle the most. The sound of the engines is also polished,especi-
ally the roar of the engines at high revs and when starting.The plane's volume is adjusted so that it is the first plane where I did not have to silence the game to a minimum so as not to go deaf.
After many years of owning Bear Studios older (and at times, frustrating) MiG-15 offering for FSX I came across this. At first I thought it was just an update of the old offering for P3D with FSX compatibility. It is not. It is an all new offering and it looks great in FSX. Gone are the baked in shadows of the old version with modern texturing applied. The planes are all really shiny, which is good because a a few of the textures represent civilian or museum owned MiG-15s! They are N15YY from the Combat Air Museum of Topeka, Kansas, 079 from the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington, NX87CN from Planes of Fame in Chino, California, NX90589 from the Oakland Aviation Museum, Oakland, California and my favorite (as it was the first MiG-15 I had ever seen in person on the ground and in the air) PLAAF 4115. The version in the sim has no N number but the former Combat Jets Flying Museum MiG-15 N15MG (now residing at EAA in Oshkosh) represents this plane. Best of all, this sim had done away with whatever would randomly cut out your hydraulic pump in the old version! Now the two items that kept it from getting the fifth star. Textures. While they look great and are reflective and shiny when appropriate, the camouflaged aircraft are also shiny (as are flap internals, landing gear and wheel wells. Planes. While it's great that all the planes in this addon come under one entry in Sim Objects (vs the myriad of offerings in the old one) there is no two seater offered this time around. I can only hope that comes later along with a similar update for their MiG-17!
I have to agree with one of the other reviewers as well that's it just OK. It certainly is pretty, but it's really slow. It's not nimble as far as handling and a big part of the realism for a plane for me is the sound, and this little baby sounds like it's got the default Cessna 172 sounds. That is a definite killer for me! I did give it 3 stars because it's a pretty model.
If you enjoyed the FSX version you are going to love this one. The plane itself is simple to fly but many mechanical features have been implemented to generate an extra challenge. Gre-
at job by Ant's Airplanes.
Very fun to fly. Very good options. Just well done.
Airport textures and gates are good. I see a distinct lack in any interior modeling and just feels like the airport is a little bare with no vehicles moving or more detailed ground objects besides textures
Good airport and ground textures. Happy with it except the interior modeling is nonexistent. If you find it on sale for under 10 euros its worth it for the beautiful area and airport itself
I will have to give this 2 stars for the level of detail it does bring to MSFS. The other 3 stars I deducted for two primary reasons. First, the plane is well done; however, for $13 U.S. less, you can purchase the C310R which is by far more comprehensive and accurate than what Flysimware offers in the C414AW. Second, I have witnessed support members from Flysimware embarrass and disrespect members of their Discord who ask questions. I was one such person who took the brunt of a verbal assault for asking a question. Poor customer service is no way to establish a long-term positive relationship with the same people you want to purchase your software. In summary, if you are looking for a challenge in a twin-engine Cessna that offers a level of accuracy and system depth near unrivaled along with world-class customer support, save yourself money and get the C310. You can use that saved money to purchase other products.
This is a must have addon. Great purchase, it adds so much to the sim, the city looks great. Overall fps friendly. Highly recommended.
Beautifully Done… cant wait to see more Nigerian airports please
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