The Cornish Main Line runs for 78 miles from Plymouth to Penzance at the southern-most corner of the UK, winding through the atmospheric valleys of Cornwall and passing many towns and scenic villages along the way.
The Quick Drive enabled route passes through 22 custom-built stations and features countless new custom assets, including famous viaducts, bridges and landmark buildings. 27 scenarios are provided for a variety of rolling stock.
The route is also available as an extension to the popular Western Mainlines route, allowing you to drive all the way from London to Penzance. Click here to view and purchase the extension.
22 stations are modelled on the Cornish Main Line route:
- St Budeaux Ferry Road
- St Budeaux Victoria Road
- St Germans
- Coombe Junction Halt
- Bodmin Parkway
- St Austell
- Lelant Saltings
- St Erth