Newcastle to Edinburgh
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The East Coast mainline runs from London to Edinburgh and then on up to Aberdeen. The total length of the whole route is 393 miles. The section covered in this TS2015 route expansion pack runs from Newcastle to Edinburgh - a distance of approximately 125 miles.
Authentic reproduction of the East Coast Mainline from Newcastle to Edinburgh
Route class: Modern
Route length: approximately 125 miles
17 mainline and four branch line stations
Beautifully detailed and immersive scenery along the northeast coast of England and southern Scotland
Custom-built buildings and objects
Nine locomotive repaints and Just Trains Mk.1 coaches in maroon
Nine Standard and four Free Roam scenarios
Route is Quick Drive enabled
Just Trains all-new modern LED signals
Just Trains all-new overhead catenary (OHLE) 
Just Trains Voyager Advanced NRN function enabled
Newcastle to Edinburgh Mainline is compatible with TS2015. If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 then you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack and the US Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.
Additional stock (not supplied) is required to enable all the scenarios to be operated. Please see the scenario details and System Requirements sections below for details.
Newcastle Central
Edinburgh Waverley
Leith Docks
North Berwick
Edinburgh Waverley station with transparent glass roof
Castle wall ruins at Berwick-upon-Tweed
Berwick Bridge
Royal Tweed Bridge
Craigentinny depot
Craigentinny wheel lathe depot/Portobello depot
Dunbar Parish Church
The Mound Tunnels
Acklington station waiting room 
Alnmouth and Chathill signal boxes
Station buildings - Stannington, Widdrington, Morpeth and Chathill
Heaton depot
Morpeth Canopy
Chathill shelter
Station signs
Numerous custom objects - miscellaneous signs, speed signs, lileposts, plant pots, station furniture such as seats, escalators, phone boxes, luggage trolleys, benches and much more
To help make the route more authentic, we have supplied the following repaints of default locomotives that you will see as AI; they can also be used for driving as well.
Class 43 (HST 125)
National Express
East Coast Transition
East Coast
Virgin Trains
Class 47
Western Coast Railways
Class 166
First Scottish Railways
Northern Railways
Just Trains Mk1 Carriages
Heaton Traction Maintenance Depot
Brunton airfield
Torness nuclear power station
Cockenzie power station
Oxwellmains cement works
Millerhill Yard
Craigentinny wheel lathe
Craigentinny Service Delivery Depot
Standard scenarios
The majority of scenarios use default Train Simulator stock, however the following locomotives are required for certain scenarios to run correctly:
Just Trains – Class 20 Advanced
Just Trains – Voyager Advanced
Steam - Class 91
Class 91 - Early Bird to London
Requires: Steam - Class 91 pack
Duration: 100 mins
Drive a Class 91 on the 05:48 Edinburgh-King Cross service between Edinburgh and Newcastle.
First Train of the Day
Requires: Default Train Simulator stock
Duration: 125 minutes
You begin by working the 3Y14 'staff train', the 04:50 from Newcastle to Berwick, before working the 06:00 first train, 1Y14, as far as Newcastle on the Berwick-Kings Cross service.
JT 20 – Clearing the Leaves
Requires: Class 20 Advanced (Just Trains)
Duration: 100 minutes
Drive a pair of DRS Class 20s on one of the autumn RHTT (Rail Head Treatment Train) workings that heads from Newcastle to Little Mill LC (Alnmouth) throughout the week. You are working train 3S77.
JT AD Voyager – Working the Coast, Part One
Requires: Voyager Advanced (Just Trains)
Duration: 90 minutes
Drive Cross Country Voyager 1S37 on the 05:20 Plymouth-Edinburgh service between Newcastle and Edinburgh. In Part Two you will work 1V68 on the 15:08 return service to Plymouth – you’ll have a good afternoon working the coast!
JT AD Voyager – Working the Coast, Part Two
Requires: Voyager Advanced (Just Trains)
Duration: 90 minutes
Drive Class 221 Super Voyager 1V68 between Edinburgh and Newcastle on the returning 15:08 Edinburgh-Plymouth service.
JT AD Voyager – Working the Coast, Part Three
Requires: Voyager Advanced (Just Trains)
Duration: 70 minutes
You are required to work a failed unit from Tweedmouth to Heaton Depot. Thankfully the fitter decided that the unit was in a fit state to continue at reduced power.
Last Train South
Requires: Default Train Simulator stock
Duration: 100 minutes
Drive East Coast HST 1E30 from Edinburgh to Newcastle on the 18:18 Aberdeen-Leeds service. This is today’s last service to head south of Newcastle.
The Christmas Cracker
Requires: Default Train Simulator stock
Duration: 180 minutes
Drive 55022 'Royal Scots Grey' on the ‘Christmas Cracker' railtour from Edinburgh to Newcastle. This is a recreation of the real run which took place on 7 December 2012.
Deltic Aberdonian Railtour
Requires: Default Train Simulator stock
Duration: 110 minutes
On 12 April 2014 55002, newly restored and passed for main line operation, took a special service north from York along some of its old stomping grounds to Aberdeen. You will drive the Newcastle-Edinburgh section in this scenario.
Free Roam scenarios
Requires: Included High Speed Train East Coast
Edinburgh – Voyager
Requires: Just Trains Voyager Advanced 220 CC A (DMF)
Requires: Included Class 166 repaint
Newcastle – Voyager
Requires: Just Trains Voyager Advanced 220 CC A (DMF)
The East Coast Main Line runs north from London to Edinburgh and then up to Aberdeen. The total length of the route is 393 miles.
This major artery on the eastern side of Great Britain runs largely parallel to the A1 trunk road. It handles cross-country, commuter and local passenger services as well as passenger traffic running north and south of the England-Scotland border. Heavy tonnages of freight traffic are also carried on the route.
The section of the East Coast Main Line covered in this add-on runs from Newcastle to Edinburgh, and this part of the route was constructed by two railway companies: the North British Railway from Edinburgh to Berwick-upon-Tweed and the North Eastern Railway south of that point.
The route was electrified using 25 kV AC overhead lines in two phases between 1976 and 1991. The first phase, between Kings Cross and Hitchin, was carried out between 1976 and 1978,
The second phase began in 1984 to electrify the route all the way up to Edinburgh. Work started in 1985, and the section between Hitchin and Peterborough was completed in 1987. Electrification reached Doncaster and York in 1989, Newcastle by 1990 and Edinburgh in 1991.
The InterCity 225 rolling stock was introduced in the late 1980s to work the newly electrified line.
Most of the line is speed rated for 125 mph (200 km/h) operation and was the fastest main line in the UK until High Speed 1 opened. These high speeds are possible because much of the route is fairly straight track on the flatter eastern regions of England.


System Requirements:
Supported OS:  
Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XP
3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
512MB RAM (1GB for Windows 8 / 7 / Vista)
Hard Disk:  
2 GB
Video Card:  
Additional Requirements:  
Requires Train Simulator 2016.
If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 then you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack and the US Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.
Note: For certain scenarios to run correctly the following locomotives are required: Just Trains Class 20 Advanced, Just Trains Voyager Advanced, Class 91 Pack (Steam).

Publisher: Just Trains
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