I have updated my Great Western route released about 5 years ago, originally it was a short 2km 2 station route built to ease me back into developing, my plan was to update a few objects and add an extra couple of km and just generally tidy it up but it ended up being a total re-write...
It can be downloaded from my site, I have left the original GWR route included with the download for anyone that wants it as they are quite different.
Signalling isn't my strong point so you'll need the latest version of Network West Midlands downloaded for signalling to work correctly.
Thanks to everyone who has donated objects, please see readme for details.
Below is a before and after screenshot showing off the updated sea wall.
I have also re-uploaded the Derby Lightweight DMU in single and 2 car formation, as no cab is available it can be used as passing train objects, or given the similarities, you could use it with the Class 108 cab.
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Phonteus Nevolius wrote:This is quite a unique route with a very pleasant atmosphere. Driving along the coast and the walkway there with people being out on a stroll - just great. Thank you for all the work you put into it.
Thank you, my aim was to capture the essence of the Dawlish Sea Wall...
Great Western Railway 43036 / Dawlish Sea Wall by Sammy4044, on Flickr
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