Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181

Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS2018

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  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181
  • Just Trains - Valley Corridor Route for TS20181

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Valley Corridor Route for Train Simulator is a fictional mountain route that runs between two large cities, both of which sit on plateaus. The route is used for stopping and express passenger runs as well by freight trains. There are numerous lakes below the route, making it a very scenic and spectacular route to drive. Its maximum line speed is 125 MPH, which is applicable towards its southern end.

In the central section of this overhead electrified route is a spectacular S-shaped section where the track weaves around two peaks.

Valley Corridor Route features 16 stations, most with freight yards, and has numerous custom assets. The route is Quick Drive enabled and comes with 20 Standard scenarios giving you the option of driving with default Train Simulator stock or or add-on DLC stock.

Important! If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.

Route features
  • Route class: Non-prototypical
  • Route length: 100 miles approx.
  • 16 stations
  • Beautifully detailed and immersive mountainous scenery
  • Includes 20 Standard scenarios
  • Quick Drive enabled
  • Custom-built stations
  • Many custom built buildings and objects
You can download the Valley Corridor Route manual if you'd like to find out more about the route!

STATIONS

Sixteen stations are included in Valley Corridor Route.

North Central
Situated at the tip of the northern part of the route, North Central is a somewhat spread-out and sprawling city located on an open plain but surrounded by hills in the distance. This small city combines elements of its older origins combined with newer architecture. The large centrally located station has a large all-glass canopy. The city is also served by a large freight yard where goods from the industries along the route are also delivered.

Newton
This station of modern design serves the town of Newton and is mainly used as a commuter stop for the workers at the Newton power station and its supporting industries. Newton also has sidings which are primarily used for coal workings.

Lowland
Lowland Station is a fairly simple affair and serves the surrounding town that is mainly warehousing and light industrial to the east and the housing that supports those industries to the west of the tracks. The sports-mad residents even have their own sports stadium which is situated close to the station. It has its own freight sidings and is the end of the plateau area and the beginning of the more hilly and mountainous part of the route.

Valley Pass
Valley Pass station is a somewhat large station for such a small community, but it becomes busy when the staff from the local aggregate and freight yard need to get in and out of the valley. The small town it serves has its church next to the line. The station and town are located in the valley itself and are surrounded by steep rock formations and forest-covered hillsides.

Summit Lake
This station serves the small town of Summit Lake and its passenger numbers are swelled by the year-round influx of tourists to this highly attractive location. Access by road is through a mountain tunnel. The tourists can board the nearby boats for trips on the lake.

High Pines
High Pines gets its name from the towering pine trees that line the valley where the town is situated. It's a thriving town that counts local farming, light industry and lumber amongst its businesses. Just to the south of town it has its own freight yard. The town also has its own small fuel refinery and set of holding tanks.

High Pass
High Pass is deep into the route. This small town is dominated by the modern multi-storey office building situated next to the station which is owned by The High Pass Insurance Company of Valley Corridor. This business was founded by Arthur J.T. Fudgebarrow who was born in the town and made his millions from offering insurance to the local farming, lumber, chocolatiers and porridge miners.

Green Valley
You are now high up in the route. Green Valley station is on the opposite side of the spectacular valley canyon to the town itself. The two sides are joined by a road bridge. Road access to the town is via a unique spiral roadway in a tunnel. The deeply religious town community have erected a generously sized church. This

High Mountain Plateau
This town is surrounded by mountain peaks and rests in a small flat are between two ranges. As normal on this route, it has its own freight yard which transports goods in and the raw materials mined from deep under the local mountains out.

Mid Central
This is one of the larger towns outside of the two cities at either end of the line. Here the valley has widened out somewhat which has allowed the town to spread. It has its own freight yard, which sits beside the main through line and station.

Sunny Valley
Sunny Valley has near-vertical rack faces on one side and more gentle mountains on the other. The alignment of the valley allows the sun to shine on the town, hence the name.

Mountainside
Located next to a mountain, this small town is the base for the company that runs the rail system in the valley. It is located in the white teardrop-shaped building next to the station. Although Mountainside does not have a dedicated freight depot, lumber from the local area is collected here for onward transit. There are several fuel and gas storage tanks here and they are serviced by the railway.

Widespace
Here you can see the valley is getting wider and the mountains moving further away as we approach the southern end of the route. Widespace is a reasonably large town with many high-rise buildings. Work here is mainly clerical and light industry.

Old Riverside
Old Riverside is located next to the river that flows along the valley. The scenery here has opened up and the mountains are more like hills and have receded into the near distance. As usual, Old Riverside has freight sidings. Just south of the station there is a large near-90-degree change of path for the route.

Marston
The rail entrance to the town of Marston from the north is dominated by the large road bridge which straddles the tracks and a road. Beyond that the town is fairly compact and sits on the start of the plateau which is characteristic of the southern end of the route. Driving south from the town, the route turns south by around 45 degrees, heading towards the southern terminus.

Southern Central
This is the southern terminus of the route. The station has a large all-glass canopy but with some of the platforms outside this and exposed to the elements. Southern Central city sits on the southern plateau and is a large and bustling place.

CUSTOM BUILDINGS AND POINTS OF INTEREST

Numerous landmark buildings and other features of interest have been modelled along the length of the Valley Corridor Routethese are just a few of them to be seen when running from north to south:

Newton Power Station
Located to the south of Northern Central City, this power station supplies electricity to the metropolis to its north. The facility takes its cooling water from the nearby lake on whose shores it is situated on.

Valley Pass freight sidings
These are located just before you enter Valley Pass station. The freight yard is used mainly to transport aggregates along the route.

Summit Lake Split
This location is where the north- and south-bound track splits into two sections, each going round either side of the lake before rejoining at the lake's ends. The reason for this split is geological.

Summit Lake freight depot and dock
Just south of the town of Summit Lake is its freight depot and dock. These facilities mainly handle the lumber felled from the surrounding hills.

High Pines freight depot
High Pines freight depot has several sidings to assemble freight consists that move the lumber, farming and small local industry goods out of the valley.

Green Valley
You are now high up in the route. Look out for the spectacular plunging valley and its river below.

Double horseshoe curves
This is the unique section of the route where the track clings to the sides as it runs along and doubles back around two peaks before entering the town of High Mountain Plateau. Stand by for sweeping curves, a tunnel and spectacular views!

Mid Central Freight South
A few clicks to the south of Mid Central is Mid Central Freight South. This is used for marshalling freight wagons before they move up north to the main freight depot at Mid Central. There are some light industrial units situated there as well.

Sunny Valley Freight
To the north, and just before the town of Sunny Valley itself, lies its freight yard. It mainly handles fuel and local goods.

Widespace Freight
Just before the station you will see extensive freight sidings which serve this large town.

Southern Central Depot
Just to the north of Southern Central station is the Southern Central train depot. The trains that operate on the line are maintained here.

SCENARIOS

Note: Some of these scenarios use default Train Simulator stock, but for certain scenarios to run correctly other additional locomotives are required.

In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by 'Steam' in brackets can be purchased from the Steam website:
  • For the Class 801 you will need Train Simulator: East Coast Main Line London-Peterborough Route Add-On
In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by 'JT' in brackets can be purchased from the Just Trains website:
  • Virtual Railroads BR120 vR Bimdzf IR Expert Line
  • Virtual Railroads BR140
  • VizzartRail.Arts BR103 Traffic Red
  • Voyager Advanced
  • Cargowaggon IWB PlusPak
In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by 'AP' in brackets can be purchased from the Armstrong Powerhouse website:
  • Class 90/DVT/Mk3 Pack
If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) to obtain the following locomotives:
  • Class 166
  • Class 47
  • BR101 DBAG Black/Silver/Red
  • BR143 DBAG Red
  • BR151 DBAG Red
  • BR294
Standard scenarios 01 Northbound Rush Hour Express BR12
  • Required stock: vR DB Baureihe 120 VRot EL (JT)
  • Duration: 65 minutes
  • It's 08:00. That's means it's rush hour and the commuters need to get to work on time. Drive from Southern Central to Northern Central non-stop.
01 Northbound Rush Hour Express Euro Assets
  • Required stock: BR101 DBAG Black (Steam)
  • Duration: 65 minutes
  • It's 08:00. That's means it's rush hour and the commuters need to get to work on time. Drive from Southern Central to Northern Central non-stop.
02 Down Morning ExpressBR 120
  • Required stock: VrBimdzf IR Expert-Line (JT)
  • Duration: 97 minutes
  • Drive an early morning limited stop down express to Southern Central.
02 Down Morning ExpressEuro Assets
  • Required stock: BR101 DBAG Silver (Steam)
  • Duration: 97 minutes
  • Drive an early morning limited stop down express to Southern Central.
03 North Central to High Pines Local BR103
  • Required stock: BR103 trafficred (JT)
  • Duration: 53 minutes
  • Drive a mid-morning local service from North Central to High Pines, stopping at all stations during an autumn rain storm.
03 North Central to High Pines Local Euro Assets
  • Required stock: BR143 DBAG Red (Steam)
  • Duration: 53 minutes
  • Drive a mid-morning local service from North Central to High Pines, stopping at all stations during an autumn rain storm.
04 Southbound local from High Pines BR140
  • Required stock: vR BR140 872 3 (JT)
  • Duration: 70 minutes
  • This evening's shift is a simple all stations run south from High Pines. By the way, your booked loco failed... so better grab another one, Driver!
04 Southbound local from High Pines Euro Stock
  • Required stock: BR101 DBAG Red (Steam)
  • Duration: 70 minutes
  • This evening's shift is a simple all stations run south from High Pines. By the way, your booked loco failed... so better grab another one, driver!
05 Sports VIPsBR120
  • Required stock: vR Bimdzf IR Expert-Line (JT)
  • Duration: 93 minutes
  • Drive an early afternoon train of sports VIPs from Southern Central Stadium to North Central.
05 Sports VIPsEuro Assets
  • Required stock: BR101 DBAG Silver (Steam)
  • Duration: 93 minutes
  • Drive an early afternoon train of sports VIPs from Southern Central Stadium to North Central.
06 Vans and TanksBR140
  • Required stock: vR BR140 859 0 (JT)
  • Duration: 117 minutes
  • Go and collect a van train and run it south to High Pines, then return north from Summit Lake with a rake of tanker wagons. Finish by disposing the loco on depot. Full loco prep and disposal are required for this scenario.
06 Vans and TanksEuro Assets
  • Required stock: BR151 DBAG Red (Steam)
  • Duration: 117 minutes
  • Go and collect a van train and run it south to High Pines, then return north from Summit Lake with a rake of tanker wagons. Finish by disposing the loco on depot. Full loco prep and disposal are required for this scenario.
07 Freight to the Docks
  • Required stock: BR294 DBAG Red (Steam)
  • Duration: 78 minutes
  • Go and collect some vans from Southern Central Freight Yard, take them to Marston and return with a container train to the docks.
08 Southern Central LocalBR103
  • Required stock: VBR103 Traffic Red (JT)
  • Duration: 55 minutes
  • Drive an early evening commuter train from Southern Central to Widespace, calling at all stations, but first drive the ECS!
08 Southern Central LocalEuro Assets
  • Required stock: BR143 DBAG Red (Steam)
  • Duration: 55 minutes
  • Drive an early evening commuter train from Southern Central to Widespace, calling at all stations, but first drive the ECS!
09 Southbound Winter Express801
  • Required stock: Class 801 (Steam)
  • Duration: 95 minutes
  • Starting in North Central Sidings, work the first down Morning Express to Southern Central, stopping only at Mid-Central on a stormy winter's morning.
09 Southbound Winter ExpressVoyager
  • Required stock: Class 221 CC A (DMF) Voyager (JT)
  • Duration: 95 minutes
  • Starting in North Central Sidings, work the first down Morning Express to Southern Central, stopping only at Mid-Central on a stormy winter's morning.
10 Northbound Freight WorkingAP Class 90
  • Required stock: Class 90 DB FC (AP), IWB Cargowaggons (JT)
  • Duration: 180 minutes
  • Drive a single Class 90 from Southern Central docks to North Central freight yard, dropping off and picking up en route to Mid Central, then a final non-stop run to North Central on this nice summer day.
11 Southern Central to North Central Express
  • Required stock: Class 801 (Steam)
  • Duration: 67 minutes
  • Drive a late afternoon one-stop Express Service from Southern Central to North Central Station.
11 Southern Central to North Central Express
  • Required stock: Class 221 VT F (DMSL) (JT)
  • Duration: 67 minutes
  • Drive a late afternoon one-stop Express Service from Southern Central to North Central Station.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
  • Train Simulator 2018
  • If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly
  • For certain scenarios to run correctly, the following locomotives are required:
    • Class 801 (Steam)
    • BR120 vR Bimdzf IR Expert Line (Just Trains)
    • BR140 (Just Trains)
    • BR103 (Just Trains)
    • Voyager Advanced (Just Trains)
    • Cargowaggon IWB PlusPak (Just Trains)
    • Class 90/DVT/Mk3 Pack (Armstrong Powerhouse)
  • 3.0GHz or higher PC or any Dual Core
  • 4GB RAM (1GB for Windows Vista/7/8)
  • Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • 512MB video card with Pixel shader 2.0 (AGP/PCE only)
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 2.5GB hard drive space

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