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Train Sim World 2 - Southeastern Sneak Peek

Take an exclusive first look at the upcoming route in development for Train Sim World 2...
The next route coming to Train Sim World 2 is the thrilling Southeastern High Speed. On this new UK route you will enjoy a unique and exciting blend of classic mainline running and high-speed commuting, aboard state-of-the-art motive power, in London and the Garden of England. Read on to find out more and see some in development screens.
The Chatham Main Line dates back to the 1860s and has since its inception provided a link between the Medway towns and London. However, the call for faster journey times was answered in 2009, when Southeastern commenced operating domestic high-speed services on the newly built High Speed 1 route. For the past decade, services have been racing from the nation’s capital to Ebbsfleet, from where they join the classic lines and serve Gravesend, Medway, and beyond.
It’s your job to take charge of these vital services; whisk commuters across the route, master the TVM430 signalling system on HS1, and keep an eye on more traditional signals on the classic lines.
Take control of the striking BR Class 395 EMU on services between London and Faversham, including power changeovers at Ebbsfleet. Alternatively, get a taste of classic commuting from the cab of the popular BR Class 375 EMU.
We will be showing more on Southeastern High Speed in the coming weeks, talking to the development team as we take a look behind the scenes on the creation of the route and units featured. You can also look forward to preview streams on Railfan TV closer to launch. Make sure you’re following @TrainSimWorld on Twitter and Facebook for regular updates.
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Train Sim World 2 - Southeastern Sneak Peek
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