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  1. 2022 OBB Nightjet Wien Hbf, Innsbruck Hbf - Amsterdam Centraal, Bruxelles Zuid Deel 7.rwp

    Since 25 May 2021, a night train has been running to and from the Netherlands for the first time after the disappearance of the City Night line. The ÖBB, in collaboration with NS-International and DB Fernverkher, provides a daily Nightjet connection from Amsterdam Central to Innsbruck and Vienna. NS-International brings the train from Amsterdam Central to Köln-West. Usually with a Vectron BR 193 with stops at Utrecht Central, Arnhem Central, Düsseldorf Hbf, and Köln Hbf. On Köln-West, the ÖBB takes over the train from NS-International, usually with a Taurus BR 1116. On some days, the ÖBB starts in Achen Hbf where the nightjet from Brussels-South is taken over from the NMBS. After stops at Bonn Hbf, Koblenz Hbf, Mainz Hbf, Frankfurt Flughaven, Frankfurt am Main - Süd, and Würzburg Hbf Nürnberg Hbf is reached.

    DB Fernverkehr starts with a Nightjet in Hamburg-Altona. This Nightjet also consists of two parts. Part for Vienna and part for Innsbruck. There are also 3 cars on this train to Innsbruck. The traction is usually provided by a BR 101. After stops at Hamburg-Damtor, Hamburg Hbf, Hannover Hbf, Göttingen and Würzburg, Nürnberg Hbf is reached.

    Both trains will be separated at Nürnberg. The cars from Brussels, Amsterdam and Hamburg with destination Vienna will be merged as one new train. The ÖBB loco will drive this train to Vienna and stops on the way at Regensburg Hbf, Passau Hbf, Wels Hbf, Linz Hbf, St. Pölten Hbf and ends at station Wien Hbf.

    The cars from Amsterdam, Brussels and Hamburg and the 3 car cars with destination Innsbruck will also be merged into one new train composition and the DB loco from Hamburg will take this train to Munich Hbf. The train will only stop at Augsburg Hbf en route. At Munich Hbf the train turns and another OBB loco will take over the train from DB Fernverkher. After stops at Rosenheim, Kufstein, Wörgl Hbf, and Jenbach, Innsbruck Hbf is reached.

    The screenplay consists of several parts. It is a realistic scenario and all passenger trains in the scenario run according to the real timetable of 2022. In this 7th part it starts to get morning. We pick up the scenario in Koblenz Hbf. When you are ready you can leave. This journey continues on the left Rheinstrecke via Andernach, Remagen and Bonn Hbf to Köln-West. At Köln-West, the carriages for Amsterdam Central will be uncoupled and NS-International will take the train to Amsterdam Central via Köln Hbf, Düsseldorf, Arnhem and Utrecht. After the cars have been disconnected, you take the train to Aachen Hbf where the NMBS/SNCB will take over the train to take the train further to Brussels-South. This part will end just outside Köln-West.

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  2. [2022 - NS Int, DB Fern, SBB] NJ 403 / IC 60403 Amsterdam Centraal - Zürich HB Deel 6

    Since December 2021, a 2nd Nightjet has been operating from the Netherlands towards the East. Nightjet 403 from Amsterdam Central to Zurich HB is the new connection
    Despite the fact that the OBB is the operator of the Nightjet network, NS International, together with DB Fernverkehr and the SBB, is responsible for the train.
    Nightjet 403 consists of only 5 carriages, 3 Couchettes lying carriages and 2 WLABm Sleeping carriages. Nightjet 403 will travel in combination with the Night IC 60403. In addition to the 5 Nightjet cars, 1 first class and 3 2nd class IC cars from the SBB and 4 second class IC cars from the DB are driving along.
     
    The scenario consists of 10 parts on different routes. In this first part we start on the HSL Rotterdam - Amsterdam route.
     
    Today you drive the Nightjet 403 all the way from Amsterdam Central to Frankfurt am Main Hbf where the train makes a head and DB Fenverkehr will take over the train to Basel SBB.
    In the meantime the night has set in and you can leave Köln Hbf. For the 6th part of the scenario  drive via the Linker Rhein strecke to Koblenz Hbf. Along the way you will also stop at Bonn Hbf station.
     
    This is a realistic scenario. The player train and all AI Passenger trains will run according to the real 2022 timetable, which will take effect as of December 2021. Freight train timetables are fictitious.

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