Welcome to SimSig's simulation of Sheffield. The simulation includes the full area covered by Sheffield PSB, from Chesterfield to Doncaster, and also covers the fringe boxes on the Worksop line and Tinsley Yard.
Sheffield PSB was opened in 1973 and is located south of platform 1 at Sheffield station, formerly known as Sheffield Midland station.
The simulation data has been compiled by Kurt Sickelmore
Thanks to the original author of SimSig, Geoff Mayo for providing assistance in all areas, and for adapting the core code to make this simulation even more enjoyable.
Thanks to Clive Feather for the advice and support on the custom code programming.
Thanks to Chris Law whose extremely useful contacts gained access to the real Sheffield, and companion on research visits.
Thanks to Daan Krantz, Guy Horstmann, Chris Lord, Tony Hutchins, Darren Goble, Darren Towler and William Cook for their constant testing.
Thanks to the team at Network Rail who were very accommodating and provided a wealth of information to assist not just with the simulation, but also the timetables. Many of whom I never made a note of their names, but without their help this simulation would be lacking.
Thanks to the management at Network Rail for granting permission for the visit to Sheffield, and supporting its release.
Thanks to fellow SimSiggers at Derby for being guinea pigs.
The files 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 versions from the Adobe website. The last time I looked it had reached v9 and the download was 33.5Mb.