RRYard.com's Scenario Expansion Pack 1

Compatibility: RailWorks 3
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Driven all the default scenarios? Want some more challenges? RRYard.com's Scenario Expansion Pack 1 adds many more hours of driving time with 14 new engaging and challenging scenarios.

The scenario activities include:

  • Passenger runs (timetabled schedules, relaxed schedules, round trips)
  • Freight runs
  • Skilfully drive a train nearly a mile long
  • Picking up and dropping off various consists
  • Shunting and switching
  • Using cranes to load and unload container cars
  • Loading and unloading coal hoppers
  • Refuelling tenders and engines (coal & diesel)
  • Participate in an exciting Train Race
  • Drive a variety of engines from steam and diesel to electric and high-speed trains.

All scenarios work with the default rolling stock, so nothing extra is required, and clear instructions of how to complete the various tasks is included to maximise your enjoyment and chances of success.


SCENARIOS

  1. Barstow to San Bernardino - A Thorn in the Sidings
  2. Barstow to San Bernardino - Stack 'em Up
  3. Bath Green Park to Templecombe - Bath Water
  4. Bath Green Park to Templecombe - Combe-Over
  5. Castle Rock Railroad - Castle Rock & Coal
  6. Castle Rock Railroad - Race to the Rock
  7. Hagen to Siegen - A Historic Run
  8. Hagen to Siegen - Hagen's Wagons
  9. Hedborough North - Container Mover
  10. Newcastle to York - Out of York
  11. Oxford to Paddington - Pad-Ox Tourist Trip
  12. Oxford to Paddington - Reading Between the Lines
  13. Seebergbahn - Odd Job
  14. TestTrak - In the Loop


SCENARIO DETAILS

1 - A Thorn in the Sidings
Route: Barstow to San Bernardino
Train Driven: Union Pacific EMD SD40-2 (Weathered)
Train Name: UPper
Difficulty: Hard
Duration: 120 Minutes
Start Time: 13:00
Date: 12,9,2005
Weather: Summer, Cloudy

Briefing:
You will be driving a fairly long train today (53 train-cars in total, including the engines). Starting at Barstow West Yard, you will connect to two more engines for some extra muscle. After that you will be collecting four loose consists at different sidings in the yard. Once the consists are collected, your first destination will be at Oro Grande, where you will be unloading ten coal-hoppers at the end of your train, then drop-off the hoppers there once unloaded. After that, you will be making your way to Thorn, then dropping-off the other parts of the consist into the sidings there. Once the consists are dropped-off, you will park your engines at the destination siding to finish your shift. Good luck!


2 - Stack 'em Up
Route: Barstow to San Bernardino
Train Driven: Union Pacific GE ES44AC
Train Name: Steel Wheels
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 80 Minutes
Start Time: 17:00
Date: 15,04,2007
Weather: Spring, Overcast, Showers

Briefing: Good evening Driver. Starting at San Bernardino Yard, you will be picking-up a couple of empty consists of double-stack container-cars and loading them using the cranes. After loading, you will proceed to Cajon Siding 1 where you will drop-off the six end container-cars there. After that, you will make your way to Summit Siding 1 and drop-off the remaining three train-cars there, after which you will park your engine at Summit Siding 2. The sidings might be a tight-fit for the container-cars and to allow clearance with the junctions, so this will require some finesse. There are also some fairly steep inclines along parts of the route, so stay alert. Follow the instructions.


3 - Bath Water
Route: Bath Green Park to Templecombe
Train Driven: Black-5 4-6-0 Steam Engine (Rusty)
Train Name: Russ-T-1
Difficulty: Hard
Duration: 120 Minutes
Start Time: 16:00
Date: 07,10,1955
Weather: Summer, Stormy, Showers

Briefing: It's been stormy and raining for days in Bath. But now that the weather is finally starting to ease up a bit, it's time to catch up on some delayed deliveries. You will be starting at the Bath Yard area with the final destination at Shepton Mallet. There will be a series of pick-ups and deliveries along the way.


4 - Combe-Over
Route: Bath Green Park to Templecombe
Train Driven: 7F 2-8-0 Prussian Blue Steam-Engine
Train Name: Steam Machine
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 105 Minutes
Start Time: 08:00
Date: 15,7,1956
Weather: Summer, Cloudy

Briefing: Good morning Driver. It looks like it will be a nice warm summer day. Starting at Bath Green Park, you will be making a passenger run all the way to Templecombe, where your shift will be over (Thus, Combe-Over ;). You will be stopping at several platforms along the way to drop-off and pick-up more passengers. Drive safe and keep the passengers comfortable. (This is a good scenario to take-in and enjoy the beautiful scenery of this route.)


5 - Castle Rock & Coal
Route: Castle Rock Railroad
Train Driven:  EMD SD40-2 Black
Train Name: Work Engine 3024
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 60 Minutes
Start Time: 16:00
Date: 25,09,2005
Weather: Autumn, Cloudy, Showers

Briefing: Starting at Castle Rock Cement yard, you will be picking up a consist of five coal-hoppers and loading them, then deliver them to Castle Rock Metalworks siding 1. After dropping-off the coal-hoppers you will pick-up a consist of ten gravel-hoppers from Castle Rock Metalworks siding 3 then make your way to LarkSpur to deliver them to LarkSpur Refinery 5 siding. To finish, you will park your engine at LarkSpur Engine Shed 3.


6 - Race to the Rock
Route: Castle Rock Railroad
Train Driven: EMD F7 UPPR
Train Name: High Roller
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 13 Minutes
Start Time: 09:00
Date: 01,07,2010
Weather: Summer, Overcast, Raining

Briefing: Driver, today we've arranged a special event. 'Lead Foot' Dave has been bragging how he could beat you in a fair race, and you've decided to take-up his challenge. You're both driving F7 trains of equal length. At exactly 09:01 the race will begin. Arrive at your finishing stop at Castle Rock 1 platform by 09:12 to win the race, but, stay within posted speed-limits during the race.


7 - A Historic Run
Route: Hagen to Siegen
Train Driven: BR52 2-10-0 OEBB Steam Engine
Train Name: Kriegslok 2-10-0
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 60
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 25,06,10
Weather: Summer, Overcast

Briefing: Drive a classic German BR52 steam-engine on a 'Historic Run' and learn some interesting related trivia along the way. Starting at the Siegen Roundhouse, you are to back-up onto the turn-table there, turn your engine around, then go attach to a consist of passenger-cars at Siegen Hbf 4 platform and pick-up some waiting passengers there. Stops on the run include Littfeld 1, Altenhundem 2, Grevenbrueck 1 and the final destination at Finnentrop 1. There are some fairly steep inclines on parts of this route, so stay alert.


8 - Hagen's Wagons
Route: Hagen to Siegen
Train Driven: BR294 DBAG Red
Train Name: Little Red
Difficulty: Hard
Duration: 80 Minutes
Start Time: 11:00
Date: 10,10,1990
Weather: Autumn, Heavy Cloud

Briefing: Starting in Hagen, you will be picking-up wagons of gravel, sand and coal then deliver them to their destinations. Follow the instructions and the task-list.


9 - Container Mover
Route: Hedborough North
Train Driven: Class 37 BR Green Split Head
Train Name: Go-Green
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 35 Minutes
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 02,08,1970
Weather: Summer, Clear, Sunny

Briefing: You will start off by refuelling your engine, then continue to one of the container yards where you will pick up a consist of container-cars and load them all using the crane there. When loading is complete, you will drive to another container-yard to use another crane for unloading.


10 - Out of York
Route: Newcastle to York
Train Driven: Class 47 Rail Express
Train Name: 47 Express
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 78 Minutes
Start Time: 12:00
Date: 04,10,1999
Weather: Summer, Cloudy

Briefing: Departing out of York, you will be making passenger-stops at Darlington 1 platform, then Durham 1 platform with your final destination at Newcastle 8 platform. Try to keep on schedule.


11 - Pad-Ox Tourist Trip
Route: Oxford to Paddington
Train Driven: Class 43 FGW High Speed Train
Train Name: Day-Tripper
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 55 Minutes
Start Time: 10:00
Date: 20,06,2005
Weather: Summer, Cloudy

Briefing: It's a nice warm summer day. A tour-group has hired the train this morning to take some Tourists on a 'Fun Run'. Starting in Paddington you will pick-up the passengers. Once boarding is finished, you will start your trip. Along the way you will be making a brief stop at Twyford to pick up some more tourists there, then you will complete your run when you arrive in Oxford and let off the passengers there. These is a relaxed schedule, but, still try to stay alert, drive safe and keep the passengers comfortable.

12 - Reading Between the Lines
Route: Oxford to Paddington
Train Driven: Class 43 FGW High Speed Train
Train Name: Blue Streak
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 60 Minutes
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 10,01,2011
Weather: Wintertime, Cloudy, Snowing

Briefing: Good afternoon Driver. It's a cold and snowy day and the passengers are anxious to get to their destinations on time. You will be making a round-trip. Starting in Oxford, you will be making a couple of stops along the way. After you arrive in Reading, you will switch to the other engine then make the return trip back to Oxford. Try to keep on schedule.


13 - Odd Job
Route: Seebergbahn
Train Driven: BR101 DBAG Electric
Train Name: D-Bag-Mahn
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 55
Start Time: 14:00
Date: 15,01,2008
Weather: Winter, Cloudy, Snowing

Briefing: Its cold, snowing and the track may be icy in parts so be careful out there. You'll be starting your passenger run in Almsfeld, making some designated passenger-stops along the way then end your run at your final destination in Dissen. Stay alert and follow any instructions.


14 - In the Loop
Route: TestTraK
Train Driven: Class V 200 DB AG Red
Train Name: Big Red
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 35 Minutes
Start Time: 14:00
Date: 07,07,2010
Weather: Summer, Cloudy

Briefing: You will be doing a few tasks on the TestTraK today to get in a bit of practice. Pick-up five coal-hoppers from Turning Circle Siding 3 then drop them off at Siding 7. After that you will refuel your engine with the Diesel Pump at Siding 16. After refuelling, you'll head to TestTraK Platform 1 where you will connect to the consist of passenger-cars there then pick-up the waiting passengers. Once boarding is complete, you'll drive both ways around the outer-loop track, then finish your run by returning to TestTraK Platform 1 and drop-off the passengers.


System Requirements:


  • RailWorks 2
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • 512Mb RAM (1Gb for Vista)
  • 256Mb graphics card
  • Windows 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 4Mb hard drive space
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Packshot for RRYard.com's Scenario Expansion Pack 1
This scenario Expansion Pack gives you many hours of driving time with 14 challenging new scenarios for a variety of engines. The scenarios all work with the default RailWorks 3 rolling stock and come with clear instructions on how to complete the various tasks.

Activities include passenger and freight runs, shunting and switching, loading and unloading, and even a train race and driving a train nearly a mile long!

Download size: 6MB (learn about downloads)

$8.15
In Stock
Earn 25 points with this purchase