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[DPS] 1P00 - 0639 Ipswich to Norwich

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Information

  • Route:        Great Eastern Main Line
  • Traction:    Class 90/Mk3 DVT - Greater Anglia
  • Year:          2017
  • Duration:   45 Minutes Approx

Description

This morning you are in charge of a Greater Anglia service from Ipswich to Norwich using a Mk3 set propelled by a Class 90 locomotive. You will drive the full journey.

Briefing

Starting at Ipswich, first release your doors to allow passengers to board before awaiting your departure time of 06:39. You will then call at Stowmarket, Diss and finally Norwich where your booked arrival time is 07:22.

Notes

As it is very early morning the traffic is expected to be fairly quiet and no issues are expected but please be aware that there is a 20mph temporary speed restriction at Stowmarket due to a point replacement. Also note that at Stowmarket, a signal failure means that CO 391 is stuck at red and can be passed by pressing TAB.

Wherry Lines is one of the requirements for the Great Eastern Main Line route on the Steam Workshop. In order to see any of the Class 37 consists in this scenario, this requires you to own the Steam version of Wherry Lines. If you bought the route direct from Armstrong Powerhouse, the scenario will not be affected due to them being static consists.

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