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Steam Railmotor for Train Simulator 2014

Discussion in 'Train Simulators' started by Stuart666, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. Stuart666

    Stuart666 New Member

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    This might prove of interest for GWR and Railmotor Fans.
    http://www.engine-driver.com/article/show/1285/preview-gwr-steam-railmotor

    http://victoryworksts.blogspot.co.u...d-max=2015-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&max-results=6

    There is now also the West Somerset Railway, available separately, to run it on.

    http://www.trainsimulatornews.com/2013/11/west-somerset-railway-for-train-simulator.html
     
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    Now been released on Steam. If you click on the 'view the manual' link at the bottom right, you can download and read the manual for free.
     
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    Looking forward to getting my hands on this soon. I love a complex loco, driving simpler locos is no fun. Though there is something pleasing about the RSC Pannier with SSS sounds and steam effects.
     
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    Yeah im very fond of the Falmouth route, particularly the Pannier tank. Ive not tried the sound pack for it, but if its anything like the same people did for the Black5 it will doubtless be very good. They even modelled the rods clanking on the Black 5.:D

    As for the Railmotor, ts fairly easy to drive (other than the cylinder cocks, which have been slightly toned down from the 56xx), but its hard to drive well. It can be a right pain not being able to stoke the boiler between long stops, you really have to economise the steam usage.
     

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