|v2.202||Donationware||V||22/11/09||Available from Download section|
|v2.102||Donationware||V||06/11/05||No longer available for download|
|Beta 0.4d||Donationware||V||TBC||No longer available for download|
|Winter 2004||TBC||TBC||Bundled with v2.202|
|Peterborough Summer 2004||TBC||TBC||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough 2004 and extra services||TBC||Peter Bennet/Chrisrail||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough 1985 v7.21||TBC||KurtDS||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough 2003||TBC||Guts||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough Friday 1 July 1977 v3||22/11/09||Peter Bennet||Available from Download section|
|PBRO Thursday 15th April 2010||14/07/10||Chrisrail||Available from Download section|
|23rd January 2011||04/02/11||Ipswich||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough 15th October 2009 (0445 start) v1.01||27/03/12||IrishDave||Available from Download section|
|Peterborough August 2012 Weekday||03/11/12||Underwood||Available from Download section|
Continuing on from the ever-popular King's Cross, Peterborough completes the next 60 miles of line. As you would expect, Peterborough is fully compatible with King's Cross, allowing over 100 miles of the East Coast Main Line to be directly controlled simultaneously!
But Peterborough is also great as a standalone simulation. Expresses from London to Leeds, York, and points north; local Spalding services which terminate and originate at Peterborough; through trains from Leicester to Cambridge; semi-fasts from London to Peterborough; and several freights.
Timings are tight through the area, meaning that showing an up express running at 125mph a yellow aspect will cause several minutes of delay! Which, of course, then impacts on King's Cross…
Peterborough features Automatic route Setting (ARS) for all the main line routes. This can, of course, be turned off at will on a per-area or per-train basis. This is especially useful for there are twelve level crossings to deal with as well!
Peterborough Beta v0.4d Signalling Diagram (v188.8.131.52) - produced by the user 'Postal'
These are Adobe Acrobat PDF files. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer you can get a free download of the latest version from the Adobe website. When checked during March 2013, it had reached v11 and the download size was just under 50MB.