Day 1: Discover Trainz - Original Edition
More correctly, we should say "Trainz Classics 3rd Edition". This UK themed route today has a long and impressive history in the world of Trainz. The "Skipton to Carlisle" version featured a huge range of UK themed rolling stock and a significant number of scripted changes to steam locomotives and signalling systems.
This route was then extedned to become Settle to Carlisle for 2009 and then recently released as a DLC version of Trainz A New Era.
The content creators also maintained regular news updates through their http://www.trainzclassics.co.uk/ website.
This includes a number of further guides to help with various aspects of TC3:
ABOVE: Original Trainz Classics Version
Ride the rails in the most realistic train simulation ever!
Produced in conjunction with the team who brought us Hawes Junction; Trainz Classics Third Edition takes this popular simulation to new heights. This prototypical 1960's route includes 10 new locos and brand new steam engine physics.
The most feature complete rail simulation by far.
Surveyor: an easy to use and addictive world editor. Move mountains, construct cities, create dense forests and lay your tracks, roads and power lines using this powerful and intuitive world editor.
Driver: As the driver, climb into the full 3D cab, and take charge of passenger runs, shunting yard exercises and heavy freight movements. Choose from the simple or realistic controls, or simply sit back and admire the spectacular scenery.
Railyard: Examine the detailed collection of locos, passenger cars, and freight wagons. Discover the background and detailed statistics for each car or loco
Content Manager Plus: Advanced users can choose from over 80,000 additional items from Auran's extensive public download station.
Content: 10 beautifully modelled British locomotives including the Stanier 8F; Britannia class; the Gresley A3, and the impressive Class 40.
Plus a wide range of fully functional freight and passenger rolling stock; along with a wealth of new stations, industries and line-side details.