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Providing Additional Timetables for PC-Rail Customers.

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    User support - our support pages have moved and are now on this site, https://www.pcrail.co.uk/index.php?pts=support. There you can find a lot of answers to your queries and we will continue to offer the same high level of support.

    Additional Timetables

    What new challenges for your PC-Rail Simulations?

    Now you can enjoy some new challenges for your PC-Rail Simulations with alternative timetables from various years. Have a look on our timetables page to see our full range of what we have to offer together with the full list to print out in pdf format,  just select our full timetable list.

    Never ordered from us before? Have a look at the 'ordering' information and see just how easy it is. Once payment is confirmed you can download and install your timetables straight away and start a new challenge.

    Please note : You will need a fully registered version of the appropriate simulation to be able to import and use additional timetables.

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    LATEST TIMETABLE NEWS

    08/05/19 - Exactly a month since our last release. We are pleased to add a timetable for Carlisle. Set on a Summer Weekday in 1973.

        "Carlisle is always an interesting spot especially in the wee small hours when it is busiest.

        This period was the freightliner era and it was also the time that BR decided to accelerate timings between Preston and Glasgow by double heading locos. Usually class 50 although sometimes class 47. The 50's were known to fail somewhat and the standard joke at the shed was with 2 of them they still only had a 50-50 chance of getting there. It was also a busy period for extending the electrification north of Preston and consequently many freight services were diverted via the S&C line with modified timings. This timetable is taken from the working timetable of weekday mandatory train services section G dated 7 May 1973-5 May 1974".

         

    08/04/19 -Two new timetables have been added to for the Sheffield and Leicester Simulations. For Sheffield we have a May Weekday in 2017 and the same year for Leicester but slightly earlier in February, again on a weekday.

    01/04/19 - It has to be said, Chester is quite a complicated simulation. Add this together with our new Summer Satuday 1957 timetable and you have a very busy location indeed. More details can be found on the Chester pages.

    28/02/19 - Ipswich simulation has a few timetables already but this one is the most recent and modern one set on Weekday in 2018.

    This timetable is sourced from the Network Rail working timetable dated May 2018 - December 2018.

    Being a very modern timetable, it incorporates all the latest motive power used on the lines depicted. Liverpool - Norwich services are handled by class 90 locos in a push/pull arrangement with the London bound loco heading the train south, whilst in the Norwich bound direction a DVT is used heading the train North with the 90 class loco pushing from the rear. Liverpool Street - Ipswich services are handled by class 321 or class 360 EMUs. Class 153 DMUs are used on the Ipswich - Felixstowe services with the odd appearance heading to and from Lowestoft. Class 170 DMUs are used on the other Ipswich - Lowestoft services as well as being the motive power for the Ipswich - Cambridge and Ipswich - Peterborough services. Use is also made of class 150 DMUs on some local services. Freight is handled by class 66, class 86 and class 90 locos and there is a frequent change of loco needed at Ipswich from diesel to electric locos and vice versa.

    22/01/19 - Darlington features this time with an additional timetable covering a May Weekday 2014.

    Some years ago, Alan Duckworth compiled a timetable covering the period of 1963. Here we are just over 50 years on and so many changes have happened, including some loss of branch line services in the vicinity. 
    This timetable is sourced from the Network Rail working timetable dated  2nd May 2014 - December 2014.
    Motive power consists of electric locos, diesel locos on freight services and DMUs on the remainder.
    Classes include 91,66,60;47 and 37 for locos and 142,150,185, 221  and 325 for DMUs

     

    IMPORTANT

      PC-Rail now have 2 versions of the same locations. e.g., York and Crewe.

      With the release of a Crewe 1950's layout (21/03/13) it is important to realise all the Crewe Timetables on this site were written prior to this release and will only work with the normal Crewe Power Box simulation. Any timetables which may be released later for the 1950's version will be on a seperate page when they become available.

      This is similar to York IECC and York 1951 Layout versions.

      Please check you have the correct version of the simulation prior to purchase, thankyou.

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