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Welcome to the home of the "SCOTTISH EAST COAST MAINLINE"
"Add on" route for DoveTail Games TS-2015 formally known as RAILWORKS

Based on the real-world route will take you across the East coast of Scotland on the UK’s most scenic rail journey. As the crow flies, this route is around 80 miles in length but once you have taken into account the twists and turns the whole route is around 120 miles.
© MullySoft Productions in association with Just Trains
NOTE:- The route is loosely based on the year 2006 - 2007 when GNER operating company lost the government franchise and was just taken over from National Express.
For more information and requirements please click on More info.

Happy Birthday to the.. "Forth Bridge".. 125 years old today!!

Please scroll down to see the latest brand new NetworkRail 360° Views on one of Scotland's best loved landmarks and the 8th wonder of the world!!!!

Rivet rivet rivet !!!!

4th March '15

Snack-time Scenario No 40 ..
Updated 26th Feb 2015..!!!

A very small change for TS2015 has been made, replacing the Strathclyde 156 reskin with one which is available, and the weather.  There are no other changes to this one for the JT Scottish ECML route.

Class 40 Pack.. Released 4th Feb '15.. £19.99

In association with RailRight, Armstrong Powerhouse presents the Class 40 Locomotive Pack. This product is the culmination of two and a half years of hard work and research, resulting in what must be the most comprehensive and high quality package seen in Train Simulator to date....
Read more and Buy by clicking on the pic!
Three scenarios are included for the SCOTTISH EAST COAST MAINLINE..
Outstanding two years work and a must have for TS2015!!

Review of the Class 40 on the


West Highland Line Extension...  TS-2015...

Fort William to Mallaig - A new route for Train Simulator 2015 by Thomson Interactive with KrossRails.
DLC – West Highland Line  The West Highland Line Extension More info

Courtesy Thomson Interactive with KrossRails.

Courtesy video 125

UK Rail News..

Goodbye.. EAST COAST, Hello Virgin East Coast~Stagecoach..

The 91124 on the first run in virgin livery on the ECML passing Alnmouth. Pic courtesy Steve Muller.
The "Coca Cola" livery
1st March '15 - The East Coast rail route between London and Scotland has returned to private hands after more than five years in the public sector.

Services on the line have been operated by a Department for Transport (DfT) controlled company EAST COAST since November 2009.

From Sunday they are being run jointly by Virgin and Stagecoach, under the name Virgin Trains East Coast.

The DfT said the new franchise would mean "the best deal for passengers", but Labour criticised the move.

When franchise holder National Express pulled out in November 2009, the then Labour government took over the running of the line.

But the current coalition government had always intended to return it to the private sector.

Above transitional livery pics courtesy Richard Somers

G&W agrees to buy Freightliner Group..

International US short line holding group Genesee & Wyoming Inc announced an agreement to buy approximately 95% of the shares of Freightliner Group from Arcapita and other shareholders on February 25.

The acquisition is expected to close during the first quarter of 2015. G&W will pay £490m in cash and assume £8·5m in net debt and capitalised leases. Members of the existing Freightliner management team will retain a stake of approximately 5%, with G&W planning to own 100% by mid-2020.

According to Jack Hellmann, President & Chief Executive Officer of G&W Inc, ‘the acquisition of Freightliner is an excellent strategic fit. We are excited to be adding a world class intermodal and heavy haul franchise in the UK that will be the foundation of G&W’s European Region. Further, the overlap of our respective rail businesses in Australia and the Netherlands will unlock operating synergies and expand our presence in each of those markets.’
Read more courtesy Railway Gazette

New Serco Caledonian Class 92s & 73/9 Sleeper livery..

Not branded yet but should be once the franchise goes live on 1st April.
Snapped briefly at Crewe today, 92033 in Caledonian Sleeper livery. A GBRf machine, it is one of four that will be used on the sleepers to London.

Click on the logo for the new website.

Pic Courtesy RAIL Magazine 24th Feb.


Visit the top of Scotland’s most iconic landmark on the week of its 125th Anniversary. Network Rail is selling 250 tickets to visit the Forth Bridge in aid of Princes Trust.
As well as visiting the viewing platform on top of the bridge’s Fife Tower, guests will get a guided tour from a Forth Bridge specialist and a commemorative pack to help remember your trip.
Tickets cost £125,with all proceeds going to the Princes Trust.
Find out more and book your ticket here: Click here

New FORTH BRIDGE NetworkRail 360° Views..

If you have the "SCOTTISH EAST COAST MAINLINE" addon route and would like to see what it looks like in real life.. or one day you would like to be there just to go to the top of the eighth wonder of he world and tick that Bucket list..
Just click on the below pic!
The new Forth road bridge, the The Queensferry Crossing is now almost half built, to see that from the live webcams Click here

Abseil off the Forth Bridge..

…in celebration of the Forth Bridge 125th Anniversary.
2015 is the 125th Anniversary of the Forth Bridge – now regarded as Scotland’s most famous landmark and nominated for World Heritage status.

Be part of the celebrations by taking part in the Forth Bridge 125th Anniversary Abseil on 21st June 2015 or 18th October 2015 and receive a special Forth Bridge 125th Anniversary collectable.

Please click on the pics for more info and register!
The Forth Bridge 125th Anniversary Abseil on:
Sunday 21st June 2015 and…
Sunday 18th October.
Click on above pics to enlarge!

Class 91 111 "For the Fallen"..

Edinburgh 16th Dec '14 memorial event..

Update 20th Dec '14.. The specially-designed East Coast locomotive number 91 111, named ‘For The Fallen’, carries a livery filled with images, stories and tributes to regiments and people who served in them across the East Coast route.
A commemoration of Edinburgh’s own heroes of the First World War has taken place at Waverley Station. The memorial event was in front of East Coast’s locomotive 91111 ‘For The Fallen’, which included a livery filled with images, stories and tributes to regiments along the East Coast route and the people who served in them during the First World War.
The 16th Battalion The Royal Scots was raised by Sir George McCrae, a self made businessman and prominent political figure in Edinburgh, who was also a director of Heart of Midlothian Football Club – ‘Hearts’ to football fans in Scotland’s capital city. McCrae realised that if he could get players to join his battalion, supporters would join to serve alongside their sporting heroes.
Read more Courtesy The British Army (Facebook)

Pic Courtesy Geoffrey Griffiths

I would just like to say I had a great day seeing the ceremony and meeting Paul and Caroline, and would like to thank them for their great work that they have done for the Decals on the 91111 as well as the Booklet, Badges and organising the ceremony's... Regards Mully.
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