Drive... Steam, Diesel or Electric trains (and even trams, boats and cars) Operate a complete working rail line with interactive industries Build... and customize your own living railroad. Share your creations and your passion with other rail fans.
SpeedTree New to Trainz Simulator 2010 is inclusion of SpeedTree. High Quality and detailed trees breathe life into routes and bring worlds to life. Check out the tech video on the left for information on SpeedTree.
New and Upgraded Routes: Included in the TS2010:EE Release will be several new routes for you to explore as well as improvements to routes you're all used to. These include: ECML Doncaster Peterborough
Design and Build your own railroads with the versatile Surveyo editing tool and access hundreds of thousands of user-create assets from the Trainz Download Station.
Share your enthusiasm with other rail fans as your combine your efforts to operate a working rail line in the new Trainz Multiplayer - Zoom all the way out to the altitude of a satellite to see more of your railroad
Many new realistic SpeedTree assets to use in your routes - Backward compatible with TS2010 content.
The Coronation Scot addon pack celebrates the halcyon days of LMS passenger service, recreating the sights and sounds of this remarkable historic train. Originally intended as a high speed adaptation of the LMS "Princess Royal" class.
The Blue Comet addon pack recreates the excitement and splendour of this remarkable train. Stunningly detailed and making use of up-to-date smoke, sound, physics and script features.
The package includes the Baldwin G3s pacific locomotive in early condition, in both blue and black liveries, and a custom cab interior. Also included is a representation of the class as it appeared in later life on duty.
The result is a photorealistic colonial layout, set in the steam/diesel transition era, that users can submerge themselves in for a complete interactive rail experience.
Whether a steam-era NG enthusiast, or solely interested in SG steam or diesel operation, the 440 board Murchison 2 layout contains a huge variety of interactive and inter-related industries for operational pleasure.
Processor: Pentium D 3.4GHz (or equivalent), Memory: 1GB RAM, Hard Disk: 15GB Free Hard Drive Space, Video Card: nVidia Geforce 7200/128MB (or equivalent)
The 87 mile route from Skipton to Carlisle over the wild and remote Pennine moors will test your driving skills and ability to keep to schedule.
Prototypical topography, track plans, gradients, stations, signal boxes and signal placement, viaducts and tunnels will complete your experience.
There is semaphore signalling with new logic, and water troughs to replenish the tender whilst on the move. AWS (Automatic Warning System) is fitted to some diesel locomotives to give advance indication of the signalling.
Also included is a representation of the class as it appeared in later life on duty after Blue Comet services had been discontinued.
The set of fully featured rolling stock includes baggage, combine, coach, diner and observation cars, and each comes with a detailed passenger view enabling you to immerse in the nostalgic atmosphere.
Take a seat at a table in the dining car or sneak up for a peak at the galley. Ride in style in the lavishly appointed coaches, pull up a wicker chair in the observation car, stowaway in the baggage car or chew tobacco in the smoker.
Capable of delivering over 3000hp the "Big Lizzys" were a formidable match for Gresley's A4. The first 10 locos of the class were built with a streamlined cladding colloquially referred to as an "upside down bathtub".
Due to the added weight and maintenance difficulties, the streamlining proved nonviable and it was later removed revealing a locomotive of very handsome lines.
The remaining 28 locos were built without streamlining and the class became commonly known as "Duchesses".