The West Rhine Railway, or Linke Rheinstrecke, dates back to the 1840s as a gradual effort to link Köln, Bonn and Koblenz to Mainz, with the southern section between Koblenz and Mainz opening in the late 1850s. This line is well known for running along the left bank of the Rhein.
ECML North: Newcastle - Edinburgh
The East Coast Main Line was born from a vision of linking railways together to form a through route connecting London to Edinburgh. A trio of railway companies were responsible for the construction of the ECML throughout the 1840s, with the route being complete by 1850.
Nuremberg & Regensburg Bahn
Explore the Danube valley with the Nuremberg & Regensburg Bahn – only available in Train Simulator 2020. Both freight and stopping services run along this modern route, featuring two of Germany’s oldest stations at Nurnberg and Regensburg and the historic town of Neumarkt.
Chengkun Railway: Hanyuan - Puxiong
Explore the stunning scenery of the Sichuan Province with SimTech Vision’s Chengkun Railway: Hanyuan – Puxiong for Train Simulator! Built between 1958 and 1970, this route was established to become a key passenger and freight corridor in southwest China, linking major towns and cities.
South Western Main Line: Southampton - Bournemouth
Scenic commuter and bustling summer holiday traffic come to life in this Southampton – Bournemouth route! With a deep connection to key ports, and a history of summer specials taking Londoners to the coast, the SWML grew in popularity and now sees over 140 trains every day.
Also available in Train Simulator 2020!
Famed Alpine rails await you in Rivet Games’ classic Gotthardbahn route! The Gotthardbahn, the second highest standard railway in Switzerland, was constructed from 1872-1882, penetrating the Alps by means of the 15km Gotthard Tunnel at 1,151 metres (3,776 ft) above sea level.
Südbahn: Bruck an der Mur - Maribor
The Südbahn is one of Austria’s most important railways, a mountainous corridor that connects communities and industries to each other, and with neighbouring countries. It opened in sections between 1841 and 1848, spanning some 260 km between Wien and the Austrian-Slovenian border.
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