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New PC Rail Simulation

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A new release from PC Rail

An iconic location, Bristol Temple Meads makes a fine simulation.
Opened in 1840 as the western terminus of the Great Western Railway from London Paddington, it now handles 10 million passengers a year.

The platforms are numbered 1 to 15 but passenger trains are confined to just eight tracks, signalled for trains in either direction. With stock movements to and from St Philip's Marsh and Barton Hill depots and Bedminster carriage sidings, the simulation is very busy and full of interest. The controlled area includes Clifton Down, Keynsham, Weston-super-Mare and Uphill Junction.

Bristol Temple Meads is one of our Modern Series simulations.

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