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  1. [2022 - BRB] [2022-BRB] RE 79025 München Hbf - Salzburg Hbf Deel 2

    In this two-part scenario you drive the BRB RE 5 from Munich Hbf to Salzburg. In this second part you will drive on RSSLO's Salzburg - Rosenheim route from Rosenheim to Salzburg where this last part will end.

    This is a realistic scenario. All AI passenger trains in the scenario will run according to the real 2022 timetable in effect in Germany.
    The timetables of the freight trains in the scenario are fictitious. If you do not have a certain type of train or wagon, you can replace it yourself with, for example, RW-Tools for something else.

    Backgroundinformation
    On April 15, 2010, the Public Transport Bureau of the Federal State of Bavaria, “die Bayerische Eisenbahngesellschaft (BEG)”, announced the tender for the "E-Netz Rosenheim". The E-Netz Rosenheim concession includes the RE 5 from München Hbf to Salzburg Hbf v.v., RB 54 from München Hbf to Kufstein v.v. and the RB 58 from Munich to Rosenheim via Holzkirchen v.v.

    On December 9, 2010, Veolia Transport Deutschland (formerly Connex-grupe) was awarded a 12-year contract starting December 15, 2013 to take over from DB Regio AG Bayern and operate the E-Netz Rosenheim. Veolia subsidiary Bayerische Oberlandbahn GmbH operated the train services under the name Meridian. The Holzkirchen-based BOB has been operating the RB 55, 56, and 57 from Munich to Holzkirchen for some time, where the train splits into three to travel via the diesel network through the Bavarian Alphen to the final destinations of Bayrischzell, Lenggries and Tegernsee. After Veolia-Environment had moved out of rail and road transport, the BOB is now a subsidiary of Transdev.

    In the spring of 2020, it was announced that instead of the three brands BRB, BOB and Meridian, only one would be used in the route networks of the Bayerischer Oberlandbahn and Bayerischer Regiobahn: "Bayerische Regiobahn", or BRB for short. Since June 2020, the E-Netz Rosenheim, formerly known as the Meridian network, has been operated as the Chiemgau-Inntal network under the name Bayerische Regiobahn (BRB).

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  2. [2022 - NS Int, DB Fern, SBB] NJ 403 / IC 60403 Amsterdam Centraal - Zürich HB Deel 9

    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 9th part we drive on the Bahnstrecke Strassbourg - Karlsruhe 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 this 9th part, the scenario continues from Karlsruhe towards Offenburg. The night is almost over and it is very slowly dawning. You continue your journey towards Basel SBB. Along the way you will stop at Baden Baden and Offenburg . Then continue towards Freiburg. This part will end just past Offenburg. The final section continues on Aerosoft's Freiburg to Basel route.
     
    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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  3. [2022 - NS Int, DB Fern, SBB] NJ 403 / IC 60403 Amsterdam Centraal - Zürich HB Deel 7

    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 this 7th part, the scenario continues from Koblenz towards Frankfurt am Main Hbf. Along the way, you will stop once more at Mainz Hbf and Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof stations. Then you enter Frankfurt am Main Hbf. Your shift will end here and then have a rest outside the station. In the afternoon you will return to Amsterdam Central Station with an ICE. A colleague will take over the locomotive from you and will wait for the counter train from Basel and return to Amsterdam with NJ 404 / IC 60404. NJ 404 / IC 60404 makes head here and DB Fenverkehr AG will take over train NJ 403 / IC 60403. In part 8 the scenario continues, and we follow in the footsteps of the DB engineer.
     
    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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  4. Project S-Bahn

    Project S-Bahn.
     
    Features:
    Easy to install Manual in English and German  
    Installation: 
    Install the included .rwp file with "Utilities.exe" "Clear Cache" or use Train Simulator Blueprint removal tool"  
     

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