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Scottish East Coast Mainline - PC CD-ROM
Take the train nort...
show moreh and enjoy the view!The railway journey from Edinburghs Waverley Station to Perth by way of the historic city of Dundee is one of the finest in the United Kingdom. This highly detailed re-creation of the route for RailWorks 3: Train Simulator 2012 features the 23 stations en route and covers all 80 miles of the journey along with the four stations and diverging tracks that link to the main route as well as the many distinctive landmarks along the way.Edinburgh to Dundee to Perth80 miles, 23 stations and the worlds most famous railway bridge! This route links Scotlands present-day capital of Edinburgh with its ancient royal capital of Perth. The line crosses the Firth of Tay at Dundee and is a treat for sightseers as well as train drivers. The 80 miles of track have been carefully modelled along with the 23 stations on the main route. Four additional stations on the diverging tracks are also modelled.Travel from Waverley station in Edinburgh past the foot of the castle to Haymarket. Take in the iconic Scottish Rugby Union Murrayfield stadium and then cross the Firth of Forth on that famous symbol of Scotland, the Forth Rail Bridge between Dalmeny and North Queensferry.Then its down the steep incline into Inverkeithing past the Rosyth Royal Naval Dockyards and onwards. Drive through RAF Leuchars and on to the Firth of Tay over the rail bridge, passing the stumps of the old bridge, and into the city of Dundee. The route also extends from Dundee through the villages of Invergowrie and Errol along the banks of the river Tay, over the single line Perth viaduct, then into Perth.Scottish East Coast Main Line is loosely based on the 2006-2007 period when the GNER operating company was just turning into National Express and Waverley station had just been rebuilt.The list of landmarks that have been accurately modelled is huge and includes the Forth Rail Bridge, Tay Rail Bridge, Murrayfield Stadium and Edinburgh Castle. Animated cars, ships and aircraft are also included and 12 challenging scenarios complete a perfectly rounded package. Take the train north and enjoy the view!show less