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Drive passenger and freight trains on this fictional mountain route which runs between two large cities and passes through 16 stations and some stunning lakeside scenery.
Valley Corridor Route is around 100 miles in length, with numerous custom buildings and objects, and 20 scenarios are included for a variety of default and add-on locomotives.
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Valley Corridor Route for Train Simulator is a fictional mountain route that runs between two large cities, both of which sit on plateaus. The route is used for stopping and express passenger runs as well by freight trains. There are numerous lakes below the route, making it a very scenic and spectacular route to drive. Its maximum line speed is 125 MPH, which is applicable towards its southern end.
In the central section of this overhead electrified route is a spectacular S-shaped section where the track weaves around two peaks.
Valley Corridor Route features 16 stations, most with freight yards, and has numerous custom assets. The route is Quick Drive enabled and comes with 20 Standard scenarios giving you the option of driving with default Train Simulator stock or or add-on DLC stock.
Important! If you purchased Train Simulator after 20th September 2012 you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) for the route to display correctly.
Note: Some of the scenarios use default Train Simulator stock, but for certain scenarios to run correctly other additional locomotives are required.
In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by ‘Steam’ in brackets can be purchased from the Steam website:
In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by ‘JT’ in brackets can be purchased from the Just Trains website:
In the scenario information below, locomotives followed by ‘AP’ in brackets can be purchased from the Armstrong Powerhouse website:
If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) to obtain the following locomotives:
|Required game||Train Simulator 2018 or higher|
|Operating system||Windows® XP/Vista/7/8/10|
|Processor (CPU)||3.0GHz or higher PC or any Dual Core|
|Free disk space||2.5 GB|
|Graphics card||512MB video card with Pixel shader 2.0|
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