With more junctions per mile than any other SimSig, this is one simulation that'll keep you on your toes. A frequent metro service runs along these lines which has to be merged in with an irregular freight service. This is one simulation where the freight trains are actually faster than the passenger trains!
The entire North London Line, from Richmond to North Woolwich, is included. The Gospel Oak to Barking line is also included, as is the Temple Mills yard area. In all, some 14 signalboxes are represented here.
This section contains details pertaining to the forthcoming beta and may not work or exist in the released version.
This is a hybrid simulation which allows timetables to be run from the 1980s to the present day.
At the time of writing the following should be noted:
* The Dalston Junction connection no longer exists but is due to be re-instated as part of the East London Line works over the next few years.
* Stratford Market Depot no longer exists (replaced by LUL's Jubilee line depot of the same name).
* Stratford Low Level (exclusive) to North Woolwich (inclusive) is closed.
* Semaphore areas such as Kew East, the Dudding Hill line, and parts of the Gospel Oak to Barking line have been replaced by colour light signalling in the simulation. This approximates the semaphore signalling in terms of headway.
* The Channel Tunnel Rail Link connections have been added at Camden Road. These were only addedin the real thing a couple of years ago.
Each of the signalboxes in the simulation are single-manned. A client can take over any number of signalboxes and phone calls for that box will be redirected to that client.
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