The hustle and bustle of the UK’s capital city and the sprawling countryside of Essex and East Anglia come together in one fantastic modern route for Train Simulator.The 19th Century London Liverpool Street is the City terminus point of the Great Eastern Main Line before the line winds through the suburbs of London and past the Olympic...
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|Release Date||23 Aug 2013|
|Features||Single-player, Downloadable Content, Steam Achievements, Full controller support, Steam Cloud, Steam Leaderboards|
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The hustle and bustle of the UK’s capital city and the sprawling countryside of Essex and East Anglia come together in one fantastic modern route for Train Simulator.
The 19th Century London Liverpool Street is the City terminus point of the Great Eastern Main Line before the line winds through the suburbs of London and past the Olympic Park, into Essex and on to Suffolk.
The earliest section of the line (often shortened to ‘GEML’) opened in 1839 and ran from Devonshire Station (in Mile End, London) to Romford, Essex. A year later, the London terminus was moved to Bishopsgate and over subsequent years the line was extended further into Essex, reaching Ipswich in 1846. London Liverpool Street became the City terminus of the route in 1872, and now sees more than 57 million passengers each year.
The 70 mile route from London to Ipswich sees daily fast passenger services to and from East Anglia with slower commuter services serving the ‘banker belt’. It is electrified at 25 kV AC using overhead wires and has a line speed of up to 100mph (161km/h). The line also carries frequent freight operations working from Felixstowe and Ipswich to Stratford, where connections are made with the North London Line and main lines radiating from London to other parts of the UK.
A common sight on the line is the Siemens-built Class 360 EMU, operated by Greater Anglia and included with the route. These ‘Desiro’ units were introduced to service in 2003 and by mid-2004 had completely replaced the ageing Class 312 slam-door units. The four-car units have a top speed of 100mph and quick acceleration, making them ideal for long commuter lines with frequent station stops.
Notable landmarks along the route include London Liverpool Street, Stratford, the Olympic Park, Ilford Carriage Sidings, Chelmsford, Colchester, Manningtree, Stoke Tunnel (the only railway tunnel on the Great Eastern Main Line) and Felixstowe Container Terminal and Docks, as well as the Braintree branch from Witham and the short branch line to Colchester Town.
Eight scenarios for the route:
- Heading Out
- Colchester Connection
- Eastern Intercity
- It’s Snow Fun
- Braintree Branch
- Sunday Closures
- 1Y41 – 12:52 Ipswich to London Liverpool Street
- 2W61 Shenfield to London Liverpool Street
- Full 70 mile route from London Liverpool Street to Ipswich
- Branch line from Colchester to Colchester Town, Witham to Braintree, and Ipswich to Felixstowe Container Terminal and Docks
- Route landmarks including Stratford, the Olympic Park, Chelmsford, Colchester and Manningtree
- Greater Anglia Class 360 EMU
- Scenarios for the route
- Quick Drive compatible
- Download size: 1,600mb
OS: Windows® 7 / 8.1
Processor: Processor: 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (3.2 GHz Core 2 Duo recommended), AMD Athlon MP (multiprocessor variant or comparable processors)
Memory:4 GB RAM
Graphics:512 MB - 1GB with Pixel Shader 3.0 (AGP PCIe only)
Hard Drive:40 GB HD space
Sound: Direct X 9.0c compatible