Train Simulator North Wales Coastal Route Extension

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    The North Wales Coastal Route Extension Add-on brings additional mileage to the highly popular North Wales Coastal: Crewe - Llandudno, extending the route to its natural end point on the isle of Anglesey. You must own North Wales Coastal: Crewe - Llandudno route add-on, which is a separate purchase, in order to play the content featured in this route extension.

    Spanning the North Wales Coast Line from Crewe to Holyhead, and also featuring the iconic Conwy Castle across 85 miles of cross-border railway line, Train Simulator’s North Wales Coastal route marries seaside views with both local and inter-city services from Arriva Trains Wales and Virgin Trains West Coast.

    Ever since the Act of Union in 1801, which saw Ireland become part of the United Kingdom, people have strived to improve the connection between the two isles. In the early 19th Century, a combination of horse-drawn transport and sailing ships was the only option; that was until the 1840s, when the Chester and Crewe Railway and later, the Chester and Holyhead Railway were incorporated.

    The full line was soon completed in 1848. Irish Mail would regularly work the line from London to Holyhead, and the LNWR, being in control of the West Coast Main Line and the line to Holyhead soon after, saw an opportunity for a spike in tourist traffic. Trains were put on to serve seaside resorts like Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and along the Llandudno branch, setting in stone the line’s popularity. This tale would continue through the Big Four, British Railways and Sectorisation eras, and despite freight being less common today, the line has remained a local and long-distance passenger haven with over 90 trains a day.

    Visit the seaside today with North Wales Coastal Extension, which now allows you to enjoy the entire Crewe to Holyhead route, featuring the Virgin Trains BR Class 221 “Super Voyager”, and Arriva Trains Wales’ BR Class 158 “Express Sprinter” and BR Class 175 “Coradia” DMUs.


    • Features the additional 20 Miles of trackwork and scenery from Conwy to Holyhead
    • Featuring iconic landmarks such as Conwy Castle, the Britannia and Menai Suspension Bridges which cross the Menai Strait and Britain’s longest named station - Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
    • Features faithful recreations of the additional 9 stations along the extended route, as well as the historic semaphore signalling infrastructure.
    • Includes BR Class 221 ‘Super Voyager’ in Virgin Trains Livery
    • Includes BR Class 175 ‘Coradia’ in Arriva Trains Wales Livery
    • Includes BR Class 158 ‘Express Sprinter’ in Arriva Trains Wales Livery
    • 7 Career scenarios
    • 2 Railfan Mode scenarios
    • Quick Drive compatible


    Train Simulator North Wales Coastal Route Extension Manual

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    Train Simulator North Wales Coastal Scenarios

    Train Simulator North Wales Coastal Route Extension Route Map

    The map below represents a basic overview of the North Wales Coastal Route Extension route. To view and download a full sized copy of this map, click here.

    North Wales Coast: Crewe to Holyhead - Driver's Eye View

    A real life driver's eye view video covering this route is also available. Click here for more information.

    Image showing the front cover of the North Wales Coast: Crewe to Holyhead Driver's Eye View video