Exeter to Bristol Temple Meads

Exeter to Bristol Temple Meads

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBcLch-MKSQ

One of the main routes of the old Great Western Railway, the Bristol – Exeter line is 85 miles long and dates back to the 1840s. Currently the principal operator on the route is First Great Western, with high-speed trains providing fast services from London through to the West Country and multiple units handling local stopping services. This expansion pack recreates this wonderful line from Bristol Temple Meads to Exeter St Thomas, with all 12 stations in between plus all the cuttings, hills and valleys which make this such a scenic route. With a choice of free-roams and scheduled scenarios, there is plenty to keep you occupied throughout this beautifully-detailed expansion pack.
Includes
85 miles of track to drive, including mainline from Bristol Temple Meads to Exeter St Thomas and Weston-super-Mare loop.
Fully functional animated level crossings.
Non-drivable rolling stock placed along the route including Class 20, Class 60, Rail Head Treatment Train, FNA Nuclear Flask, IWB Cargowaggon, Autoballaster and YGB Seacow.
14 Detailed Stations
Bristol Temple Meads
Bedminster
Parson St.
Nailsea & Backwell
Yatton
Worle
Weston Milton
Weston-Super-Mare
Highbridge & Burnham
Bridgwater
Taunton
Tiverton Parkway
Exeter St Davids
Exeter St Thomas
Eight Scenarios
Fairwater Shunt
Northward Bound
Snow on the Blackdowns
Test Run
The Cornish Explorer
The Fawley Tanks
The Torbay Express
The Merchant Venturer