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Hamburg - Lübeck Railway-Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: русский, английский, французский, немецкий, испанский и польский | Год выпуска: 7 января 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- As one of the most important routes in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, the Hamburg-Lübeck
Railway forms part of the Vogelfluglinie, connecting Germany's second largest city with the
capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.
Initial plans to build a direct railway between the two German cities were drawn up in 1831,
however it was another 34 years until the railway actually opened. Previous to the direct
route, trains had to travel via Büchen to join the Berlin-Hamburg railway, a diversion
approximately 32km (20 miles) longer than the direct route.
Today, the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway has the highest passenger numbers in Schleswig-
Holstein, and starts out at Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, the second busiest station in Europe. On
departure, the route heads north-east through the suburbs of Hamburg, crossing connecting
lines to Hannover, Berlin, Harburg and Hamburg Airport.
Between Hamburg-Rahlstedt and Ahrensburg, the line runs alongside the Stellmoor tunnel
valley, and at Bad Oldesloe, the line connects with hourly services to Bad Segeberg and
Neumünster, making it the most important intermediate stop on the line. From Bad Oldesloe,
the line heads east to Reinfeld before turning north into Lübeck Hauptbahnhof.
Standard services on the line are usually formed of a DB BR 143 or DB BR 218 hauling double
decker coaches and the S-Bahn uses DB BR 474.3s, with Regionalbahn services operated by
DB BR 648s. ICE TD and IC3 units also run on the route, although since the construction of
the Great Belt Bridge between Funen and Zealand, long-distance rail traffic has significantly
reduced on the route.
Starting in 2017, upgrades to the Hamburg to Bad Oldesloe section will see new stations at
Claudiusstraße, Bovestraße, Holstenhofweg and Pulverhof for S-Bahn operations.
The Hamburg-Lübeck Railway route add-on for Train Simulator includes a number of
prototypical rolling stock, including the DB BR 145 electric locomotive, DB BR 218 diesel
hydraulic locomotive and DBAG BR 294 diesel freight shunter.
Ключевые особенности
• 64km (40 mile) route between Hamburg and Lübeck
• DB BR 145 electric locomotive
• DB BR 218 diesel hydraulic locomotive
• DBAG Class 294 diesel freight shunter
• Scenarios for the route
• Quick Drive compatible
Seven scenarios for the route:
• Lübeck to Hamburg: Part 1
• Lübeck to Hamburg: Part 2
• Hamburg to Lübeck: Part 1
• Hamburg to Lübeck: Part 2
• Rescue Requirement
• Impartial Marshal
• Hardship Harbour-


-DB BR 648

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 28 апреля 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The DB BR 648 is a two-car diesel multiple unit (DMU) built by Alstom as part of their Coradia
family of multiple units. The LINT sub-class – of which the BR 648 is part of - stands for
'Leichter Innovativer Nahverkehrstriebwagen' (Light Innovative Local Transport Rail Vehicle),
as it is designed to operate on regional stopping services across non-electrified track.
The two halves of the unit rest on shared 'Jacobs' bogies to improve stability, reduce weight
and production costs, and lower noise levels of the wheels on the rails. With a total of 422hp,
a top speed of 120km/h (75mph) and space for 115 passengers, this DMU has all it needs to
manage the more rural scene in Northern Germany, connecting smaller towns with the big
cities such as Lübeck or Neumünster.
The BR 648 is designed with accessibility in mind, featuring low floors to allow for faster, step
free access for passengers, and wheelchair accessible facilities. The floor itself has been
designed to absorb and reduce sound that comes from the diesel engines and the exhaust
heat from the engines is used to heat the cabin of the unit. Some of the seating is also raised
higher than the low floor to distance passengers from the noise and cushion the vibration of
the engine.
The BR 648 for Train Simulator is available in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red livery and recreates
the DMU as it operates today for DB on the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway route.
Ключевые особенности
• BR 648 in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red livery
• Quick Drive compatible
• Scenarios for the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway route
Three scenarios for the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway route:
• Bad Oldesloe to Hamburg Hbf
• Lübeck Hbf to Bad Oldesloe
• Hamburg Hbf to Bad Oldesloe-


-DB BR 112.1

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: virtualRailroads/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 20 октября 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- In the wake of the 1973 Oil Crisis, Deutsche Reichsbahn were looking to reinstate their
electrification of East Germany. Many of DR's locomotives were ex-Russian models, that when
combined with the cheap fuel offered by them also, made for a hefty fleet of reliable diesels.
DR were looking to replace these Russian diesels with modern, electrically-equipped motive
power. The trusted LEW Hennigsdorf developed upon the successful DR BR 250 design to
make a new electric locomotive a reality. This new model would be more passenger-focused
whereas the DR 250 was primarily for freight haulage.
By 1982, the first prototype, numbered 212 001, made its public debut in Leipzig. After a
public display, extensive testing was performed and it was initially decided to mass-produce a
locomotive which featured a lower than designed top speed, simply because of the limiting
infrastructure of the time. This re-geared locomotive would go on to become the DB BR 143.
The reunification of Germany sparked an era of modernisation for the country's railways.
Many routes were being configured for 120+ km/h running, and due to the 143's restrictive
120 km/h cap, DR and BR were now in need of a new batch of locomotives. They turned to
LEW Hennigsdorf's successor, AEG, to re-introduce the original, 160 km/h capable, 212 001
prototype as a production locomotive. Introduced as the BR 212, this new locomotive was the
first to be jointly operated by both Deutsche Reichsbahn and Deutsche Bundesbahn, and as a
result quickly became a motive symbol of German reunification.
Being a 'Universal' locomotive, construction methods and specific details were on par with
previous designs. The main difference to the previous DB BR 155 was the removal of two
axles, leaving behind a more passenger-suited Bo-Bo configuration. Despite their rather box-
like design, these locomotives' journeys were kept smooth due to reliable suspension in the
After the success of the DB BR 112, both DB and DR went onto order 45 improved variations,
the DB BR 112.1; these two locos were very similar in external design, perhaps the only
obvious difference being the revised headlight cluster on the newer model. The other major
difference was inclusion of LZB from the outset. The DB BR 112.1's were built by LEW
Hennigsdorfs' successor, AEG and after a few teething problems were set to operate
InterRegio services.
In recent years, the DB BR 112 fleet has been split in two. The 112.1's frequently take power
at the helm of DB Regio services, while the original 112.0's were reclassified as the DB BR
114.0, purely owing to their dedication to Berlin-based operations. With all the
reclassification, including within the original DB BR 143 fleet, it is considered that there are
too many numbers for so few differences.
There is no denying, the Universal locomotives of LEW Hennigsdorf helped shape the railway
services that are still seen to this day. Reliable locomotives such as the DB BR 112.1 have
served at the helm for many years, and is now available for Train Simulator, courtesy of
Partner Programme developer, Virtual Railroads.
Ключевые особенности
• Authentic and prototypical simulation of the DB BR 112.1, including electrical, safety and
control systems setup
• Accurate and highly detailed cab featuring PZB 90 and SiFA in-cab safety systems and
much more
• Challenging career scenarios for the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway route
• Quick Drive compatible
The DB BR 112.1 Loco Add-on includes career scenarios for the Hamburg-Lübeck Railway
• Container cargo
• Regional Express to Hamburg
• Regional train to Bad Oldesloe-


-Hamburg S1 S-Bahn
Подробное описаниеРазработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 10 ноября 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The S1 Line of the Hamburg S-Bahn is the city's second largest, initially traversing the
outskirts before diving into the heart and serving many locations including the nearby
international airport. This historic line originated in the early 1900s, and still aids in the
movement of people day in and day out. Take command of the ever-busy 'Mass Transit Metro'
over the Hamburg S1 S-Bahn for Train Simulator!
Life, for what would become known as the Hamburg S-Bahn, began in 1906 with the opening
of Hamburg Hbf where steam hauled services would run between Blankenese and the city
itself. Despite the railway tracks in this area were not exactly 'new', this is the first time that
they had been used in 'rapid-transit' style operations; as such, the new usage came under the
name of the Hamburg-Altona Urban and Suburban Railway.
Extensions of the suburban service quickly followed, allowing connections with Hasselbrook
and Ohlsdorf on the eastern face of Hamburg. It was also around this time when the decision
was taken to electrify the line, by 1907, electric trains were utilising the, once current,
overhead catenary throughout the city. It was at this point, when electricity was the source of
motive power that the line fell into what could be categorised as an S-Bahn today. It would
not be until 1924 that the Hamburg S-Bahn was so-named however, this occurred once the
old Alster Valley Railway to Poppenbüttel was acquired and the route to Wedel was on-lease
for suburban use.
By the 1930s, it was decided that the Hamburg S-Bahn could benefit from re-electrification,
this time however, using 1200 V third rail. Similar in most respects to the Berlin S-Bahn, the
introduction of third rail would provide more versatile power needs as trains and services got
faster. The under-side contact method was chosen as standard, and the line saw a whole 450
V increase of Berlin's offering, to further improve acceleration and performance. By 1939, all
overhead was abandoned and third rail dominated the line. It would not be until 1959 that the
line to Wedel was acquired and electrified.
In 1965, the Hamburg S-Bahn numbering scheme came into play and saw Wedel –
Poppenbüttel, the second longest S-Bahn route, become known as the S1 Line. While the line
has held a key importance throughout its life, be it steam powered, overhead-populated or
otherwise, it was not until 2008 that the mere purpose of the line would change for the
busier. An extension was built out of Ohlsforf station and headed westbound, only one station
was on the new spur – Hamburg International Airport, the Airport Shuttle was born. Services
would now split to serve Poppenbüttel and the Airport simultaneously, and naturally, a
connection with the Airport has seen the S1 become even more vital to the growth of
business and tourism within and surrounding Hamburg.
The Hamburg S1 S-Bahn features the 45 km route from Wedel to Poppenbüttel and Hamburg
Airport as an extension to the existing 64 km Hamburg Lübeck Railway (also included in this
single route totaling more than 100km of German railway).
Ключевые особенности
• 45 km (27 mile) Complete S1 route from Wedel to Poppenbüttel (via Hamburg Hbf) &
Hamburg Airport
• 4Includes the existing 64 km (40 mile) Hamburg-Lübeck Railway – making 108 km (67
miles) in total
• 4Features the DB BR 474 Plus, DB BR 218, DB BR 145, DB BR 294 and associated rolling
• 4Includes the bonus S11 loop (without scenery) for appropriate operation of AI trains
• 47 career scenarios featuring the iconic BR 474 Plus
• 43 Railfan Mode Scenarios
• 4Quick Drive compatible
Подвижной состав/локомотивы
• DB BR 474 Plus in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red Livery
• DB BR 218 in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red Livery
• DB BR 145 in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red Livery
• DB BR 294 in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red Livery
• DB Doppelstockwagen in Deutsche Bahn Traffic Red Livery
The Hamburg S1 S-Bahn Route Add-on includes seven challenging career scenarios, three
Railfan Mode scenarios and Career Scenarios:
• Touring the S1
• Hitting the Hamma
• Oktoberfest Contribution
• Overnight to Altona
• Hansa Time
• Just in Time for Christmas
• Out of Stock
plus 3 Railfan Mode Scenarios.-Примечание: Данное расширение маршрута уже содержит ресурсы (Assets) основного дополнения Hamburg - Lübeck Railway и не требует его установки для корректной работы.-


-Как установить:

Train Simulator

Запустите приложение Utilities, расположенное в папке игрой. Далее перейдите на вкладку "Менеджер пакетов (Package Manager)", нажмите кнопку "Обновить (Refresh)", после чего появится окно, разделённое на две части.
Дополнение (только в формате RWP) устанавливается путём его перетаскивания на левую часть окна (таким образом можно установить сразу несколько дополнений). Или же можно нажать на кнопку "Установить (Install)" и указать путь к дополнению.
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