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  1. Version 1.1

    33 downloads

    In this scenario, you drive the daily freight train to Emmerich. Arrived there you will uncouple the wagons, and pick up an already waiting freight train. You will then take this train back to Arnhem. The timetable is set up as close as possible to the original timetable. The break in Emmerich has been shortened slightly and for the locomotive change some tricks are used because TS unfortunately has its limitations. The intention was to bring back the feeling of the 80s, when on the line Arnhem - Emmerich still many pulled trains, freight trains and loose locomotives their made miles. Note: Connecting to the freight train in Emmerich can sometimes be a bit of a problem. However, using the CONTROL-SHIFT-C key combination usually works. This download contains 2 scenario versions: a full and a light version. The full version is with DC locomotives and other wagons and coaches. The light version contains alternatives, to limit processor memory and resource usage. Also for some trains alternative compositions are created, which make use of rolling stock that already in a used package.
  2. Version 1.0

    33 downloads

    In this scenario you are on the way to Emmerich with the 1629 to pick up a waiting coal train there. You will then return to Arnhem by coal train. The timetable is partly according to the original timetable, but also partly fictitious. Due to limitations and 'idiosyncrasies' in TS, not everything can be set up realistically. The intention was to bring back the feeling of the 1980s, when many hauled trains, freight trains and loose locomotives still made their kilometers on the Arnhem - Emmerich line. This download contains 2 scenario versions: a full and a light version. The full version is with DC locomotives and other wagons and coaches. The light version contains alternatives, to limit processor memory and resource usage. Also for some trains alternative compositions are created, which make use of rolling stock that already in a used package.
  3. Version 1.2

    48 downloads

    In this scenario you are driving the 1304 to Emmerich to pick up the IC122 there. When you arrive in Emmerich, wait for the train to arrive and then take it over. Then you return to Arnhem. The timetable is partly based on the original timetable as closely as possible, but also partly fictitiously. Due to limitations and 'quirks' in TS, not everything can be set up realistically, but seen from the cabin the view is correct. The intention was to bring back the feeling of the 1980s, when many hauled trains, freight trains and individual locomotives still made their kilometers on the Arnhem - Emmerich line. Note: Connecting to the IC122 should be done with the necessary policy. In one way or another, the locomotive can overshoot causing the train to derail. Drive carefully against the buffers of the carriage and do not drive too far before coupling, otherwise things will go wrong... This download contains 2 scenario versions: a full and a light version. The full version is with DC locomotives and other wagons and coaches. The light version contains alternatives, to limit processor memory and resource usage. Also for some trains alternative compositions are created, which make use of rolling stock that already in a used package.
  4. Version 1.0.0

    55 downloads

    Today you are on your way to Zevenaar with train 55501. There you will pick up the loaded cars and leave the unloaded cars behind before returning to Arnhem as train 55500. You will have a hard job to handle the shunting work between the regular train traffic. Good luck with this tough scenario. The setup of the train service has been build according to the original timetable with some adjustments to get it working within TS. Have fun.
  5. Version 1.2

    90 downloads

    With this scenario we go back to the 80's. The time when TEE's, D-trains, IC's and 'buurland'-trains were still running on the Arnhem-Emmerich route, pulled by an 1100, 1200 or 1300. But there were also several freight trains, coal trains and ore trains. Today you take a coal train from Arnhem to Emmerich, where you disconnect the wagons and return to Arnhem as a separate decoy train. Due to a defective 1300, there are 4 locomotives of the series 2200 in front of this train today. The train service has been set up as closely as possible according to the original timetable. Other trains are fictitiously inlaid. The train compositions are also partly fictitious. An attempt has been made to set up a realistic timetable, to bring back the feeling of the train service from that time. Have fun on this ride.
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