Well looking at the images, this route scores for an incredible amount of detail. I know I said this about WCML North, but when you look at this route it’s taking it to the next level with what is presumably solar wind turbines next to signals for power, and things more noticeable like tunnel signs (Shugborough Tunnel 777 yards being the most obvious). For me there is no preferred way of travel, you could go in the Up or Down direction, and you’ll still have a good time looking at the amazing scenery on this route such as canals and trees and even small towns. I’ve never been so pleased to see Rugeley Power Station in my life.
Developed by Digital Train Model for TS2015, and released through DTG/Steam, the RF-16 comes with a load of features, some not even seen on previous US engines released for TS. Glistening in the Penny’s 5-strip livery, the RF-16 is one of the best US engines you can buy for TS, and, without a doubt,…Read More
In my last reviews I covered East Coast Main Line: London Peterborough and some add-on content for the route. Now I head north of the border to cover one of my personal favourites, West Coast Main Line North.
The West Coast Main Line is the busiest mixed-traffic rai…
The Erie Lackawanna’s PHOEBE SNOW departs the station at Rutherford, NJ westbound on the Bergen Line.
Let me begin this article by saying a great big thank you to Minerman 146 (both the elder and younger) for taking the time to create this wonderful route, to Lord Mannu at Digital Train …Read More