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Train Sim World 2 - Preserved Collection Latest Add-On Released

The Preserved Collection gets an update today as we release Rhein-Ruhr Osten, West Somerset Railway and Oakville Subdivision
The fourth set of Preserved Collection arrives on Train Sim World 2 today! This includes a fantastic selection of routes and locos covering a range of experiences and countries. With Preserved Collection your content comes with you, so you can play your Train Sim World 2020 Add-Ons in Train Sim World 2. If you own these already, they will be free to download. Or you can purchase these on the PlayStation, Xbox, or Steam stores if you don’t own them already. Perfect for building new custom creations with the Scenario Planner.
To access these in Train Sim World 2 you will need to do the following:
PlayStation - Navigate to your library, go to purchased, find Train Sim World 2, click and you'll be able to download the add-on!
Xbox - Go to your 'My games & apps' section, go to 'Full library' and click 'All Owned games', navigate to Train Sim World 2, click the menu button on your Xbox controller and scroll down to 'Manage game & Add-Ons'. You'll be able to download a Preserved Collection add-on here!
Steam - Restart Steam then go to your Steam Library, find Train Sim World 2, right-click and open properties, navigate to DLC on the top bar and tick the add-ons you want to download!
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Here’s everything included in the fourth set of Preserved Collection ready to play in Train Sim World 2...

Rhein-Ruhr Osten: Wuppertal - Hagen

The hustle and bustle of urban sprawl passenger operations and intermix of freight are yours to experience. Take in the scenic backdrop of the North Rhine-Westphalia as you carry out passenger and freight duties whilst negotiating the busy Rhein-Ruhr route. Take control of two very different German electric trains, the DB BR 422 EMU as they serve the many passenger stations, and the MRCE BR 185.5 on freight duty. Manage your trains through the route as it forges along two separate paths and deliver your cargo on-time.

DB BR 204

In the 1950s, the Deutsche Reichsbahn were keen to get dieselisation underway. Many locomotive designs started cropping up, however, none managed to fill the 1,000 horsepower (746 kW) market, and so a further design was established. Named the “V100”, the first of this new 1,000 horsepower locomotive was built in 1966. In all, over 860 of these locomotives would be built. and they were put to use on all medium-weight freight traffic throughout East Germany. Many locomotives were rebuilt during their lifespan, one such in particular was retrofitted with a 1,475 horsepower (1100 kW) engine, and these were classified as the DR Class 114. These locomotives were later reclassified the DB BR 204 following the Reunification of Germany.

West Somerset Railway

Take control of two icons of British motive power, the BR Class 47 Main Line locomotive and the BR Class 09 Diesel Shunter, Operate your trains in a diesel gala environment, and keep the tourists entertained with a diesel-bashing display of powerful locomotives thundering through Somerset’s beautiful countryside. Rolling hills, golden meadows, and seaside views allow you to immerse yourself in Britain’s longest standard gauge heritage railway.

BR Class 52 'Western'

Built by British Rail for the Western Region between 1961 and 1964, the Type 4 locomotive followed the Western Region’s preference for diesel-hydraulic models, compared to the more usual diesel-electric locomotives seen elsewhere on the network and a need for a high-powered locomotive to head top-link services. In total, 74 models were built at BR’s Swindon Works and Crewe Works, and the twin Maybach engines delivered a top speed of 90mph (140 km/h).

BR Class 33

1957, an order was placed for a batch of diesel-electric locomotives which were destined for the Southern Region of British Railways. Known at the time as the BRCW Type 3s, they were built as Bo-Bo, mixed-traffic locomotives, fitted with 1550 horsepower Sulzer engines that could propel them to a top speed of 85 mph. They housed Crompton Parkinson electrical equipment, forever giving them the nickname “Cromptons”. The first BRCW Type 3s were rolled off the production line in 1959, entering service that December; the initial batch of 65 locomotives was delivered until 1961, and then a second batch was completed by 1962, totalling 98 locomotives across 3 main variants.

Canadian National Oakville Subdivision: Hamilton – Oakville

Experience bustling freight yards, heavy industries, and classic motive power set upon stunning Lake Ontario territory. Operate your trains over a rail network represented how it is today, complete with a multitude of lineside industries that are served day-in, day-out by rail. Take control of a duo of Canadian National’s freight fleet, the GP9rm complete with its spacious post-rebuild cab, and the GP38-2, which together work freight duties along the Oakville Subdivision. Manage the complexities of serving various industries, picking up and dropping off tonnage with switching moves aplenty.
Our last set of Preserved Collection releases will be a UK special with Great Western Express, Northern Trans-Pennine and the BR Heavy Freight Add-Ons to follow. Keep an eye on the Roadmap for updates!
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