SIAM Railway Simulations

Cambrian Railways 1953 szimuláció a SIAM-tól

Covering the whole working day, this is set in the summer of 1953. Your control area covers the ex-Cambrian Railways main line from Oswestry to Aberystwyth, with the quarry complex at Porth yWaen near Oswestry and junctions for several branches and the secondary lines to Shrewsbury, Brecon and the coast line to Pwllheli – no less than fifteen screens in all. You can choose between increasing difficulty levels, also a choice of Sunday, weekday or Saturday schedules. There is a fair bit of local goods traffic, serving local yards, and some daily through passenger and freight traffic, which can present some pathing challenges on a line that is mostly single track. Heavier trains may require assistance from a pilot or banker over the summit at Talerddig, and may need to take water at Welshpool, Moat Lane Junction or Machynlleth. Keeping the traffic moving is not easy on ordinary days, but becomes close to impossible on a Summer Saturday with holiday extras, especially if at harder levels you find yourself dealing with the weekend at the start or end of the Birmingham holiday fortnight.

You have control of the sheds at Oswestry and Machynlleth, and the subsheds at Welshpool, Moat Lane Junction and Aberystwyth, and also have to ensure engines receive coal and water as necessary. As usual bonus points are available for allocation of locos of the correct type, and for correct placement of incoming freight. (Difficulty#####) Price £50
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