Monthly Archives: September 2013

3 New Scenarios on Workshop – with a 4th coming soon too!

Trip to the Sea – Class 466

Good Afternoon Driver, today you will be running the 1510- 2D45 service to Sheerness on sea, calling at all stations. You will first have to wait for the late running service from Faversham to London St Pancras to pass (Serivce 1F45). This will add almost two minutes to your already tight schedule today.

For this you will need the Class 466 Pack and London to Faversham

Difficulty: Medium, Duration: 25 Minutes


Early Morning Networker – Class 466

Good Morning Driver, today you will be running the second service from Gillingham. You will be running the 0456 2U91 service to Sheerness on Sea, calling at all stations and is expected to be a very quiet service. The route is clear today with no obstructions, it is unlikely that you will see any other train at this time of the morning on your run today.

Please note that you will require the Class 466 Pack / Sheerness on Sea Branch and London – Faversham

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Electrostar Testing on the GWML

Good Morning Driver, today First Great Western have borrowed a Southeastern Class 375 – 375624 to see if an Electrostar can be used in the future to replace several services on the Great Western Mainline when the wires have been placed up to reading in the future. During this test you will run a stopping service to Hayes and Harlington calling at all stations. Although initially you will be behind another train for the first few miles and will encounter a few yellow signals on the way. Please note you will need to raise the Pantograph before you head off

Please note that you will need London – Faversham and GWML