American branch lines and short lines, especially those in the Southeast, have long been revered for their unique and captivating style of railroading – and now that extraordinary experience comes to Train Simulator with the Norfolk Southern N-Line route!
In all of America railroading's long history, no event was greater or more enthralling than the completion of the transcontinental
railroad in 1869. And now the transcontinental railroad, along with all its steam-era, "Old West" appeal and challenges, comes to
Note: You must own either CPRR 4-4-0 No. 60 'Jupiter' or CPRR 4-6-0 Buffalo or Union Pacific No. 119, which are separate purchases,
in order to purchase this add-on.
The complex and bustling network under and into rural Frankfurt comes to life with the Frankfurt U-Bahn, complete with all 9 lines stretching
across the breadth of the city. Intricate detailing throughout is guaranteed, with every station both above and below ground having its own character.
Tirol: Brenner - Kufstein
Forming a connection between the Italian railway network at Verona and the Austrian network at Innsbruck, the Brennerbahn is an
electrified line which crosses the valleys and passes of the Italian-Austrian border. Brenner station stands at a lofty 1,371 metres above
sea level, making it the highest point on both the Austrian ÖBB network and the Italian FS network.
Hudson Line: New York – Croton-Harmon
The Hudson Line is one of the most famous, bustling, and scenic rail lines in America – and now it comes to Train Simulator. Pulsing with Metro-North commuter, Amtrak intercity passenger, and CSX freight trains, the Train Simulator Hudson Line is packed with railroading challenges.