On this page you can find a list of all official Expansion Packs and Addons by

All can be purchased on Steam: Publisher Catalogue



This stunning RailWorks expansion pack features the unique and beautiful Isle of Wight railway. Travel round the picturesque holiday island in the Class 483; these ex-London Underground trains have been given a new lease of life on the Isle of Wight and are the oldest trains in mainline service anywhere in the UK. Or for a change of pace, power and era you can also drive the 1915 Kitchener Class 0-4-0ST "Invincible" on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway.

This RailWorks Expansion Pack comes with two locomotives, three liveries, rolling stock, Isle of Wight line and landscapes and a set of 14 scenarios for you to enjoy.

Wcml The most significant route expansion since the launch of RailWorks, West Coast Main Line North brings you well over 100 miles of highly-detailed railway line, with stations, yards, cuttings, viaducts and stunning scenery. West Coast Main Line North recreates the route between Carlisle and Glasgow as it appeared in the early 1990s, with no less than 26 realistically-modelled stations and halts. Also included is the brand new Class 86 electric locomotive, which was built specifically to haul express passenger services on the route, and which comes with accurate British Rail Mk3 buffered coaches. Built to cover the distance quickly and comfortably, the Class 86 can really stretch its legs on this long and fast line. For a change of pace, there are also full recreations of the yards along the route including Polmadie, Mossend and Kingmoor yards.

Located near central Ohio USA is Dover, part of a bigger region where billowing black clouds of smoke dot the skies in earnest to forge a country’s greatness. A proto-lanced route, Ohio Steel (Dover Division) is similar to its real-life counterpart with many enhancements added for entertainment value – but make no mistake, you’ll be railroading in one of the toughest and harshest environments a railroad engineer could experience.

Ohio Steel – Dover Division recreates 3 branch lines from the real Dover Division – the Eastern Branch Line to Dover Steel Mill, the Southeast Branch Line where most of the traffic is focused and the 11-mile Stone Creek Branch Line.

Ohio Steel – Dover Division includes 3 free-roam scenarios and 5 challenging work scenarios to familiarize you with the route and what it has to offer. PLUS this expansion pack includes the SD40-2 High-nose locomotive in Norfolk Southern livery as a FREE bonus!

Doncaster Set amid the grime and decay of a Northern England railway scrapyard in 1981 and featuring the Class 03 shunter, Doncaster Works captures a snapshot in time when large parts of British Rail’s aging diesel traction fleet were being dismantled and replaced with new-generation locomotives and multiple units. An accurate recreation of Doncaster Works and station, the Doncaster Works Expansion Pack includes the brand-new Class 03 shunter locomotive (built many years earlier at Doncaster Works) in BR Blue livery, complete with accurate gearing like the original. Doncaster Works also includes a wealth of other new features such as movable ‘dead’ locomotives and carriages, dismantled locomotive and carriage bodies and parts, a team of new workmen figures and a fully operational traverser for accessing the highly-detailed maintenance shed. With highly-detailed workshops, yard surroundings and Doncaster Station - plus the Class 03 - Doncaster Works offers many hours enjoyment.

Richard Garber of All Aboard has raised the bar once again with his second excellent and immersive American route for RailWorks. This time set against the back drop of two completely disconnected towns coming together over the formation of a railroad to extract newly discovered raw materials from the area.

Colton and Northern comes with over 20 scenarios, once again showcasing a real mix of tasks and settings.


All Aboard Rails provides a stunning and fresh new route for RailWorks. Centred around a fictional North American small town of Tri-City, the Cottonwood foundry and its Rascal mine. At roughly 20 miles long, this wonderfully designed route includes beautiful and detailed scenery making for an exciting and immersive experience.

Rascal and Cottonwood comes with 11 scenarios ranging from simple unrestricted free roaming, introductions and every day tasks, and even a bit railfanning observation.

Fort-kent Let’s step back to a simpler time in the United States of America and travel to the eastern seaboard and then northeast to the state of Maine. Even in Maine we will keep heading north until we reach the central northernmost part of Maine to just south of the Canadian border. We arrive at two towns separated by 19 miles of track, Fort Kent and Eagle Lake. This is where All Aboard’s newest installment of the railroading experience begins.

Phorum Peninsula is a fictional island located off the South Coast of England linked by a causeway and is notionally modeled on the island of Portland. The main features of the island include an American owned quarry, a thriving dock, the classic seaside town of St Bilton and many other tourist draws such as the lighthouse, causeway and fishing villages.

Project Platform was the name given to a charity event which took place in February 2010 where a 24 hour period was set aside to create a fictional yet engaging route which would be sold with all profits going to The Railway Children charity ( Many assets were donated by the train simulation community and during the 24 hour period the majority of route building was completed.

Falmouthbranch The Falmouth Branch Expansion Pack (based on ‘The Maritime Line’, as it was once known), extends from Truro all the way down to Falmouth. Revisit an idyllic era of steam on this classic West Country branch line, take control of the new 57xx Pannier tank locomotive and experience 12 miles of scenic Cornwall. Included with this RailWorks 2 Expansion Pack are the 57xx Pannier tank loco, new BR Mk1 coaches and 5 career mode scenarios. With scope for freight and passenger workings, the Falmouth Branch will offer many hours of driving pleasure.

The Glasgow Airport Rail Link (GARL) was a proposal to directly link Glasgow Central station with Glasgow International Airport in Scotland, United Kingdom. The link was intended for completion by 2013 and would have had a service of four trains per hour running along a semi-reconstructed via Cardonald, Hillington East and Hillington West, to Paisley Gilmour Street station. It would then have branched-off onto a new purpose-built 1.2 mile (1.9 km) line taking it over the M8 motorway into the airport.

Totalize Media have created numerous add-ons for rail simulation games. GARL is their most ambitious project to date featuring the whole route* covering 9km of existing track from Glasgow Central to Paisley St James and an additional 1.9km of new track between the proposed Airport Junction and Glasgow International Airport.



The 'Port Road' was the direct route between Dumfries and Stranraer Harbour via Castle Douglas and Newton Stewart. Construction began in 1856 between Dumfries and Castle Douglas, with the extension to Stranraer and Port Patrick being completed in the early 1860s. For the first 21 years services were operated by the Caledonian Railway, with the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) then taking control until nationalization.

Operations on the Port Road included mixed goods and local passenger services, boat trains, and an express service between London Euston and Stranraer for ferry services to Ireland, which became known as the 'Northern Irishman' or the 'Paddy'. Despite serving these many purposes, the line was closed (along with many other British branch lines) as part of the Beeching closures on 14 June 1965.

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Portland Terminal is based in the historic and picturesque city of Portland, Maine. From 1911 it was run by the Portland Terminal Company which handled switching duties for the Maine Central and Boston & Maine railroads, until 1981 when all three railroads were acquired by Guilford Transportation Systems. This company still operates in this area today under the name Pan-Am Railways. The Portland Terminal Expansion Pack, developed by G-Trax, includes elements and locomotives from each of these eras, enabling you to operate the line with Maine Central and Boston & Maine locomotives as in the old days, or with more recent Guilford or Pan-Am liveried locomotives. The route takes you down the main street alongside the harbor in amongst the road traffic and pedestrians, through Union Station and on to Rigby Yard where the old turntable and roundhouse (now demolished in real life) are fully operational, with numerous spurs serving industrial facilities and the port.

Includes F7A and B, SD40-2, GP40 in 3 liveries and a mass of cars





  • 1 loco: Dash 9 (different versions)
  • 6 liveries: BNSF (clean and dirty), BNSF Warbonnet (clean and dirty), CN, NS
  • 5 Standard Scenarios
  • 1 Career System Scenario

Debuting in 1993, the C44-9Ws proved very popular with many North American railroads featured in this Add-on.

Over their production life, the Dash 9s have amounted to almost 2500 units across more than 10 operators on 3 continents around the world. Sadly these numbers are diminishing all the time as this power-horse is replaced by a more efficient model known as the Evolution Series. Due to stricter emissions requirements introduced in 2005, the production of the Dash 9 was replaced by the GE ES44DC.

Experience one of the greatest workhorse locomotives of modern North American freight with the Dash 9 Locomotive Add-on for RailWorks.


  • 1 loco: SW 1500 (differen versions)
  • 10 liveries: UP, SP, WP, BNSF, BN, Frisco, NS (Lines and Horse), Southern, CN
  • 3 free-roam Scenarios
  • 3 Standard Scenarios

Built by the General Motors Electromotive Division as a replacement of the SW1200, the SW1500 was intended for switching duties, and was capable of light branch line work as a road switcher. It was a development of the SW1200 and previous SW-series switchers dating back many years earlier, and was fitted with a 1500 horsepower two-stroke V-12 diesel engine. A total of 808 examples were built from 1966 to 1974, serving industrial and railroad operators across the length and breadth of the United States, with approximately a quarter of the whole production initially purchased by the Southern Pacific Railroad. A huge number of SW1500s can still be found in use today, proving the durability and versatility of this old locomotive design.


  • 3 locos: SD40-2, SD40-2 Snoot Nose, ES44AC
  • 3 liveries: BNSF Heritage 1 and 3

For more than 150 years, the BNSF Railway has provided the backbone of US freight transportation, delivering all manner of goods across 28 states and two Canadian provinces. These BNSF Heritage schemes and locomotives stunningly reproduce one of the classic American marks.

Remark: Included with Railworks if you buy on Steam.


  • 4 locos: F7 Class 37, F7 Class 300 (each in early and late A and B versions)
  • 1 livery: ATSF Warbonnet
  • Santa Fe passenger coaches
  • 1 free-roam Scenario
  • 3 Standard Scenarios

Arguably the most famous railroad in the world and perhaps the most recognized livery ever applied to a locomotive, 3DTrains is pleased to present these beautiful Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe passenger F-Unit locomotives recreated for Rail Simulator and RailWorks in stunning detail.

Santa Fe began taking delivery of passenger F7's in A-B-B-A lash-ups in September 1949. The initial order of locomotives, designated 37-Class, were delivered with 36" dynamic brakes and horizontal grilles, and were numbered 37LABC through 41LABC.

Santa Fe's 300-Class locomotives, delivered in October 1949, were identical in appearance to the 37-Class units, except they were configured in 3-unit A-B-B sets, numbered 300LAB through 305LAB. That these were 3-unit sets was the only reason why these locomotives were assigned a separate class.

Remark: Can also be purchased from 3D Trains.


  • 1 loco: SD40-2
  • 2 liveries: BN 2 variations
  • 1 free-roam Scenario
  • 3 Standard Scenarios

The SD40-2 shares the same basic superstructure as the SD38-2 as it uses the same 16-645E3 engine (with turbo charging modifications). The Dash 2’s (-2) also have longer front and rear ‘porches’ than other models, making for distinguishing features when comparing locomotives. Another alteration from previous designs is the three radiator grilles mounted on the roof, where previously there were only two.

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  • 1 loco: SD40-2
  • 2 liveries: ATSF Yellow- and Bluebonnet
  • 1 free-roam scenario
  • 3 standard scenarios

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad owned over 13,000 miles of track which included some of the most heavily and strategically used routes throughout the West. In 1994 Santa Fe agreed to merge with north-western giant, Burlington Northern, to form the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, now known as simply BNSF.

Santa Fe's renowned pre-merger Warbonnet livery was made in several variations ranging from the silver and red with yellow trim to the blue and yellow. It is the blue and yellow variant, sometimes known as the yellow bonnet livery, which is supplied in this pack.


  • 1 loco: SD40-2 Wide Nose
  • 3 cars: 89Ft Flatcar, 4 Chute Covered Hopper, Centre Beam Flatcar
  • 1 free-roam scenario
  • 4 standard scenarios

The EMD SD40-2W is a Canadian-market version of the SD40-2 diesel-electric locomotive, built for the Canadian National Railway by the Diesel Division of General Motors of Canada Ltd. (formerly General Motors Diesel) of London, Ontario. A total of 123 were constructed between May 1975 and December 1980. The major difference between the SD40-2W and a regular SD40-2 is the fitment of a wide-nose Canadian ‘comfort cab’, denoted by the 'W' in the model name.

The Canadian comfort cab or wide cab is a broad-nosed cab design found on several diesel locomotive types. It occupies the entire width of the locomotive, and typically has an access door on the front.


  • 1 loco: SD40-2 HighNose
  • 3 cars: 2 Bay Ballast Hopper, Auto Parts Box Car, Low Sided Gondola
  • 1 free-roam scenario
  • 4 standard scenarios

The Norfolk Southern Railway is a major Class 1 railroad in the United States, owned by the Norfolk Southern Corporation. The company operates 21,500 route miles in 22 eastern states, the District of Columbia and the province of Ontario, Canada. The most common commodity hauled on the railroad is coal from mines across several states. The railroad also offers an extensive intermodal network in eastern North America.

The "high nosed" variant of the SD40-2 is so called due to the lack of any traditional low bonnet in front of the cab area. This restricts visibility from the cab by removing the two centre windows found on more standard SD40-2 types.

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  • 1 loco: SD70ACe
  • 2 liveries: UP, UP-DRGW Heritage
  • 1 free-roam Scenario
  • 3 Career System Scenarios

The EMD SD70 is a series of diesel-electric locomotives produced by the Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors beginning in 1992. Over 4000 locomotives in this series have been produced, and the type continues to be produced though EMD is no longer owned by General Motors. Introduced in 2004, the SD70ACe was designed to meet the latest EPA emissions regulations and featured a few other modifications over previous models, including AC electric motors for increased reliability and HTSC bolster-less trucks for simpler maintenance. Rated at 4,300 horsepower, the SD70ACe is in use on a number of railroads across the US.

Remark: Regarded as SD70 Volume 1 Addon.

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  • 3 locos: SD70ACe (different versions), SD70M-2, SD70Mac
  • 4 liveries: BNSF, BNSF Executive, CN, NS
  • 2 free-roam Scenarios
  • 2 Standard Scenarios
  • 3 Career System Scenarios

The SD70 series of diesel locomotives, launched by the General Motors Electromotive Division in 1992, have become a familiar sight across the length and breadth of the United States, with over 4,000 of the different variants having been produced to date. This add-on includes 3 main variants: the SD70MAC, with AC traction motors, the SD70ACe also with traction motors but developed to comply with new emissions regulations, and the SD70M-2 which is based on the SD70ACe but which has DC traction motors. This add-on depicts the various external detail differences between the models, and depicts them in realistic prototypical BNSF, Norfolk Southern and Canadian National color schemes. This add-on is a great companion for the SD70ACe add-on, also available on Steam, allowing you to add realism to your RailWorks 2 yards and consists with different SD70 versions working together.

Remark: The SD70Mac is included as SD70 Volume 3 Addon.

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    1 loco: Amtrak F40PH
  • Rolling stock: Phase II and III versions of the Baggage car, Coach, Lounge Cafe Car, Sightseer Lounge car, Sleeper car and Transition sleeper car.
  • 5 Scenarios

The F40PH California Zephyr brings together one of the most famous names and one of the most recognisable shapes in US railroading for Train Simulator!

Built by the General Motors Electro-Motive Division from 1975 into the early 1990s, the F40PH was built specifically for Amtrak to haul short passenger services. However, it soon proved its versatitity and before long the F40PH was hauling long-distance passenger trains such as the famous California Zephyr. Other operators also ordered a number of these locomotives, including Via Rail Canada, Go Transit and NJ Transit. With a 3,000 horsepower diesel engine, the F40PH had a top speed of just over 100mph and though most of Amtrak's units have been retired, they have continued service with other owners across North America including CSX, Metra and MBTA. The California Zephyr has been a legendary name for railroad fans since it first ran in 1949. Running from Chicago, Illinois to Emeryville, California and passing through 7 states, the current Amtrak California Zephyr first ran in 1983 and still rolls along its scenic 2,400-mile route every day.

The F40PH for Train Simulator recreates the Amtrak Phase III colour scheme and includes Amtrak Super-Liner Phase II and Phase III passenger cars including coach, diner and sleeper, and baggage cars. Drive the including scenarios for the Donner Pass (also available on Steam) or select Quick Drive and drive the F40PH wherever you want.




  • 1 loco: 0-4-0ST Saddle Tank
  • 4 liveries
  • 3 Plank wagon in various private owner colours
  • 1 free-roam scenario
  • 4 standard scenarios

The earliest tank locomotives date from the 1840s, one of the first of which was used to build branch lines along the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway in the UK. In spite of the early belief that such locomotives were inherently unsafe, the idea quickly caught on, particularly for industrial use and five manufacturers exhibited designs at an Exhibition in 1851.

Tank locomotives are popular with heritage railways for a number of reasons. They are usually cheaper to purchase than a tender locomotive due to their smaller size. With their limited fuel and water capacity, they were not favoured in areas where long runs between stops were the norm, but have remained common in the UK, France, and in particular Germany, where some attained quite prodigious size.


  • 1 loco: 2 P 4-4-0
  • 5 liveries
  • BR Blue Spot Fish Van
  • 3 scenarios
Introduced in 1928 by the London, Midland and Scottish (LMS) Railway, the 2P was a 54-ton steam locomotive designed with a 4-4-0 wheel configuration, and was intended for light passenger duties. The 2P proved its worth on such duties and continued in service long after nationalization and the formation of British Railways. It became a familiar sight to passengers and enthusiasts across the network, with more than 130 being built and some remaining in service until 1962.


  • 1 loco: A1 Tornado
  • Rolling stock: Brake 1st Corridor in All Maroon, First Corridor in All Maroon, First Corridor in Crimson & Cream
  • 1 free-roam scenario
  • 4 standard scenarios

Designed by Arthur H Peppercorn, of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). They were the last in a line of famous express passenger steam locomotives for the East Coast Main Line. The original 49 Peppercorn Class A1s were built at Doncaster and Darlington for British Railways at the end of the 1940s. However, the rapid onset of dieselisation in the 1960s meant that all were scrapped, after a life of only 15 years.

The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, founded in 1990, has built a completely new 'A1' to the original design and with the help of the latest technology. Fitted with additional water capacity and the latest railway safety electronics, Tornado is fully equipped for today’s main line railway.


  • 2 locos: Challenger 4-6-6-4, Consolidation 2-8-0 (aliases sounds and cabview from Challenger)
  • Rolling stock: Union Pacific Baggage Car, Union Pacific Dome Car, 30+ variants of a 50ft Box Car
  • 2 free-roam scenarios
  • 5 standard scenarios
In the 1930s, with freight traffic increasing, the Union Pacific Railroad was struggling to get trains over the rugged grades of the Wahsatch Mountains. To stay competitive, a more powerful locomotive was needed to speed up the railroad and to reduce the rising cost of helpers and extra trains. An original design of 4-12-2 was proposed, but after much deliberation, an arrangement of 4-6-6-4 was finalised and the Challenger was born. In August 1936, number 3900 was the first to enter revenue earning service with a refrigerator train from Council Bluffs. A total of 252 were eventually operating around North America.
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    1 loco: SP Cab Forward
  • Rolling stock: PFE 'reefer' refrigerated cars Era-contemporary box cars Southern Pacific cupola caboose with passenger view
  • 5 standard scenarios

The Southern Pacific Cab Forward is a classic oil-burner from the glory days of US Steam, and now you can this distinctive heavyweight over the Donner Pass in Train Simulator.

The Donner Pass route became ever more important as California's economy grew, and the Southern Pacific Railroad soon found that more power was needed to haul increasingly heavy trains through the Sierra Nevada. 2-8-8-2 Mallet locomotives answered the call, but the route's many long tunnels and snow sheds caused new problems: locomotive cabs were filling with fumes from the smokestack while inside the tunnels, so the solution was to build a locomotive with the cab at the front-- the 'Cab Forward'. It may sound simple, but the design required a number of complex technical solutions: the oil-fired firebox was mounted at the leading end of the boiler, so it was supplied with oil via low-pressure pipework running all the way from the rear tender. The Cab Forward for Train Simulator represents the (Articulated Consolidation) AC-10 AC-11 and AC-12 types. It includes both clean and weathered variants, accurate in-cab controls with realistic sounds, and five scenarios for the Donner Pass.




  • 1 loco: Class 86
  • 5 liveries: Freightliner Green & Powerhaul, RailExpress Systems, RailFreight Grey (6 variations), BR Blue
  • Rolling Stock: British Rail Mk2 First Corridor, Second Open, Brake Second Open coaches, FSA container bogie wagons
  • 3 standard scenarios
  • 3 career scenarios
  • WCML route must be owned for scenarios!
The Class 86 is a powerful locomotive from the early days of electric main line traction in Britain. Originally known as AL6 (the 6th design of AC locomotives) under the earlier BR classification, the Class 86 was built to operate on the then newly-electrified West Coast Main Line, and formed part of the effort replace steam locomotives by 1968. Throughout the 1970s the Class 86 was used on express passenger services as well as freight but with the demand for electric locomotives increasing, by the 1980’s the need for a standard fleet saw all the Class 86’s fitted with improved suspension giving them greater operational flexibility. In the late 1980s to early 1990s the majority of Class 86/4s were dedicated to freight activity and the majority of Class 86s are now owned by Freightliner. The Class 86 for RailWorks 2 comes with two Freightliner liveries as well as RailFreight Grey, Rail Express Services and BR Blue liveries. Also included are new FSA flat wagons and Mk2 coaches.


  • 2 locos: Class 112, Class 143
  • Rolling stock: Regional-carriages AB, B and 'Steuerwagen' (driving trailer) in mint green
  • 5 standard scenarios

The Class 143 (originally listed on introduction by the Deutsche Reichsbahn as Class 243) is a general purpose electric locomotive. With over 600 having been produced, the Class 143 is one of the most popular and universal of German electric locomotives.

Designed and built by VEB Lokomotivbau und Elektrotechnische Werke Hennigsdorf, and introduced in the former East Germany in 1985 by the Deutsche Reichsbahn, the 143/243 had a maximum running speed of 120km/h (75mph) to comply with the maximum line speed across the network. Following the reunification of Germany, the type was used across the former West Germany and designated the Class 143. The 143 operated on many routes including the Schwarzwaldbahn, the Höllentalbahn and the Rhein-Ruhr S-Bahn. A number of examples were also retained for use in measuring and experimental operations.

The Class 112 is a subclass of the 143, based on the same prototype but with a higher running speed of 160km/h (100mph) to take advantage of the upgraded lines to Berlin introduced following German reunification. Production was taken over at this time by AEG GmbH. Their higher speed made them ideal for use on long-distance InterRegio trains.

Scenario Packs


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Bonus: new SDJR 7F 2-8-0 Steam Locomotive in worn & dirty condition

Five engaging steam based scenarios using the Somerset & Dorset 2-8-0 7F steam locomostive. Adding hours of new content to the Bath-Templecombe route, this add-on contains a mixture of story-driven freight and passenger based scenarios of varying difficulty. To further customise the scenarios, each contains uniquely placed scenario objects relevant to the story or simply to add variation.

Two scenarios feature a 'worn' variant of the 7F which make them even more difficult.

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Bonus: new Black 5 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive in worn & dirty condition

Five engaging steam based scenarios using the BR Black 5 steam locomotive. Adding hours of new content to the Bath-Templecombe route, this add-on contains a mixture of story-driven freight and passenger based scenarios of varying difficulty. To further customise the scenarios, each contains uniquely placed scenario objects relevant to the story or simply to add variation.

Two scenarios feature a 'worn' variant of the Black 5 which make them even more difficult.

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Free download - must own Big Boy Addon

The Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 steam locomotive is a true legend of the rail world. In the Billionaire Benefactor Career System scenario, you take control of a restored Big Boy on its first passenger service. A billionaire railroad fan has donated millions to get this Big Boy running on the main line for passenger specials, and you are taking control for its debut run. You have speed and time targets to reach, so as not to disappoint the many photographers who have turned out for this momentous run to Barstow, as well as a trainload of excited passengers.

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Free download

First Great Western is a train operating company serving the Southwest and West Midlands of England, formed in 1998 following the privatization of British Rail. Among the services they operate is a high speed passenger service between London Paddington and the Cotswolds via Oxford. Though various locomotive types are used, the faithful old British Rail Class 43 HST sets still handle a lot of the workload, resplendent in First Great Western livery. Includes 1 career scenario.