|Portsmouth Direct Line Route Add-On|
|Availability||Currently on Steam|
|Features||49-mile route from Woking to Portsmouth Harbour
Class 450 in South West Trains livery (unbranded)
The Portsmouth Direct Line recreates the 49-mile route from Woking to Portsmouth Harbour via Guildford. Based between the early 2000s and the modern day, the route includes such landmarks as the Spinnaker Tower along the way. The Class 450 EMU is included with the route, as is a Class 37.
- Woking - Worplesdon - Guildford - Farncombe - Godalming - Milford (Surrey) - Witley - Haslemere - Liphook - Liss - Petersfield - Rowlands Castle - Havant - Bedhampton - Farlington Junction - Portcreek Junction - Hilsea - Fratton - Portsmouth & Southsea - Portsmouth Harbour
The Alton Line from Pirbright Junction to Alton is 17 miles long. The track was laid and stations set up during development, but the scenery was never placed nor the world refined. Interestingly, a daily train runs to Holybourne Oil Terminal, possibly explaining why a Class 37 in DBS red is included with the route without any wagons.
- Woking - Brookwood - Ash Vale - Aldershot - Farnham - Farnham Shed - Bentley - Holybourne Oil Terminal - Alton - Alton Crane Sidings
- Ascot - Bagshot - Camberley - Frimley - Ash Vale - Towards Alton / Guildford
The North Downs Line refers to the First Great Western operating from Reading to Gatwick Airport. During development, a major chunk of this route was created, with track laid and stations set up, but was never completed. The stretch of route laid down is 39 miles long.
- Reading - Wokingham - Crawthorne - Sandhurst - Blackwater - Farnborough North - North Camp - Ash - Wanborough - Guildford - Shalford - Chilworth - Gomshall - Dorking West - Dorking Deepdene - Betchworth - Reigate - Redhill
- Guildford - London Road - Clendon - Horsley - Effingham Junction - Cobham - Oxsholt - Claygate - Hinchley Wood - Balloon Loop
- Class 37
- Red (DBS unbranded)
- Class 450
- South West Trains (unbranded)