The raw power of some of British Railway's most iconic locomotives is in your hands, you will experience the soot, sounds, and joy of the romantic steam era as you are transported back into the 1950s, with Spirit of Steam: Liverpool Lime Street – Crewe, arriving soon!
The Horseshoe Curve route, one of America’s most famous rail lines now comes to Train Sim World 2! Developed by Skyhook Games, the Horseshoe Curve route extends 40 main line route miles across the daunting Allegheny Mountains from Altoona to Johnstown and also includes 15 miles of the rugged and steep South Fork.
S-BAHN ZENTRALSCHWEIZ: LUZERN - SURSEE
Climb aboard the modern and sleek SBB RABe 523 to experience the thrill of racing around tight bends through towns and industrial estates, tackling steep gradients, and intense passenger services in the heart of Switzerland.
The Harlem Line: It is one of Metro-North Commuter Railroad’s interlinked “Big Three” routes. Second only to the New Haven Line, the Harlem Line is Metro-North’s busiest commuter artery, alive with the hustle and bustle of Big Apple railroading!
THARANDTER RAMPE: DRESDEN – CHEMNITZ
New gameplay experiences are yours to enjoy! Enjoy incredible tilting diesel and heavy electric freight trains synonymous with services of the early 2010s between the busy cities of Dresden and Chemnitz. Make your way across the challenging 79 km (49-mile) route, climbing into the incredibly beautiful hills of Eastern Germany.
RHB ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION
Add a splash of colour to the snow-covered mountains of the Swiss Alps and take in the view with the new RhB Anniversary Collection, the perfect festive Add-On to the spectacular Arosalinie: Chur – Arosa, developed by Rivet Games, and available now for Train Sim World 2!
WEST CORNWALL LOCAL
Step back into the 1990s and relive this line in the pre-BR privatisation era. It’s your job to take charge of the various services on this 44-mile (70 km) scenic route from Penzance to St Austell including the St Ives branch. Shuttle passengers to and fro along the St Ives branch in BR Class 150/2 in Regional Railways livery.
All the grandeur of big-time, modern American freight railroading – bustling and constant action, tough grades, powerful diesels, majestic western scenery, and extraordinary history – come together on Union Pacific’s legendary Sherman Hill. And now, Sherman Hill comes to Train Sim World 2!
Take control of services across the historic Brighton Main Line during the busy rush hour, used by commuters and tourists for around 180 years and filled with eye-catching architecture and landmarks. It’s now yours to explore and master in Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour - London Commuter.
Experience complex operations out of the iconic Dresden Hbf, with commuters and international travellers converging to make a hustle and bustle mix of S-Bahn, regional, inter-city and freight traffic. Be in control of modern traction, and explore the countryside of Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour - Nahverkehr Dresden.
Take on the busiest and fastest passenger rail line in the United States and explore the famed Northeast Corridor between the two state capitals of Boston and Providence. Experience inter-city and commuter operations aboard Amtrak's 'Cities Sprinter', the ACS-64, and the MBTA's distinctive F40PH-3 locomotives.
Heavy tonnage, tough grades, rugged canyons, and dry desert heat – those are just a few of the challenges that railroaders face on the Union Pacific’s famed Cane Creek Subdivision. And soon, you too will tackle challenging contemporary American freight railroading, with the upcoming Cane Creek Subdivision
CATHCART CIRCLE LINE
Get ready to experience the hustle and bustle of a modern suburban network using classic electric traction. Take charge of diverse services across this route; hurry commuters from the leafy suburbs and densely populated towns on the south bank of the River Clyde, up into the iconic Glasgow Central station.
HAUPTSTRECKE HAMBURG - LÜBECK
Drive one of Germany’s most important mainlines, exploring this bustling northern route from the cab of iconic express and busy freight locomotives, with Hauptstrecke Hamburg - Lübeck
The Clinchfield: To railroaders and train-enthusiasts alike, the name is legendary. The Clinchfield spun its steel rails across, over, and through America’s great Appalachian Mountains, hauled millions of tons of coal and manifest freight, and operated with such verve and through such majestic scenery as to be called the “Rio Grande of the East.”