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Albula Line: St Moritz - Thusis-Разработчик/издатель: Thomson Interactive/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский, итальянский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 1 сентября 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Since the introduction of railways, many breathtaking landscapes have been unlocked for
global captivation. From plains to canyons, what the world has to offer has been made ever-
closer as technology advanced. One such example of stunning scenery is of course
Switzerland, crisp blue skies contrasting against the towering peaks of the Alps would not be
the tourist attraction they are today without the railways. The Albula Line sought to better
connect the South East of this picturesque country, and by doing so traversed unbelievable
scenery that today is enjoyed around the world.
In the early 1890s, many towns and villages throughout Graubünden were not fairly served by
railways. After the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) was formed out of the successful Landquart-
Davos-Bahn, and voted into state ownership, discussions were soon taking place for a new
railway line to serve the somewhat isolated communities.
Multiple plans were drawn up for a railway through Graubünden, but eventually a deal was
settled in 1898 for a railway that would traverse the Albula Valley via Thusis and St. Moritz.
While originally planned as a standard gauge railway, the higher popularity of the narrower
metre gauge within the state saw that the latter would be chosen in the end.
After the railway reached Thusis, it was time to traverse the Albula Valley. Construction began
in October of 1898 and much of the new line was laid within 5 years. Despite the rapid
construction, the new Albula Line was in no shortages of logistical challenges along keys
sections of the pass. Steam locomotives of the day were not excessively powerful, yet the line
was meant for both passenger and freight traffic. To overcome this, the line was restricted to
both a 3.5% gradient and fairly generous turning radius; this solved any potential power
struggle and avoided a rack-and-pinion railway, but ushered in the problem that the line
couldn't reach its destination.
The altitude difference throughout the Albula Valley meant that a 3.5% gradient was not
enough to connect the towns throughout the pass. The answer would be to artificially extend
the railway. Using a combination of curved tunnels, spiral tunnels and viaducts, the builders
carefully brought the railway to the right altitude while staying within the parameters. One
other vital structure to the railway is the Albula Tunnel. Stretching across 5866 metres, this
tunnel is among one of the highest alpine tunnels in Switzerland and passes under almost a
kilometre of mountain above, avoiding the Rhine/Danube watershed.
Services began to operate across a majority of the line with its opening in July 1903, these
services were not complete though. The debate between RhB and the St. Moritz municipality
on where the town's station should be based was still ongoing, and as result the full line did
not open until one year later.
Even though the line was built as a steam railway and was projected to be so for some time,
the coal shortage during the First World War pressed RhB into the realm of electrification. By
1919 the whole line was now seeing wired traction.
In 1930, the Ablula Line became home to one of the slowest, yet most beautiful railway
expresses in the world, the Glacier Express. This service was born from the idea to connect
two of the main mountain resorts in the Swiss Alps by rail, St. Moritz and Zermatt. The full run
takes upwards of 7.5 hours to complete, during which time the rolling stock passes over 291
bridges and 91 tunnels, including those on the iconic Albula Railway. After over 80 years of
operation, the Glacier Express is considered as one of the principle passenger services to
operate across the Albula Line, and it does so on a regular, daily basis.
In modern times of course, the classic Glacier Express has seen some changes to its rolling
stock. Perhaps the most revolutionary was the introduction of brand new panorama cars
between 1986 and 1993, these new passenger cars featured windows that stretched beyond
the sides of the car and upwards over the roof. This open-plan design gives passengers a
completely unobstructed view of the snow-capped Alps, featuring both 1st and 2nd Class
The route has been served by a variety of locomotives, and today sees the powerful RhB Ge
4/4 III take the Glacier Express across its unforgettable journey. The RhB Ge 4/4 III entered
service in 1993 as a new generation of electric locomotives, developed from the previous Ge
4/4 II. With a top speed of 100 km/h, the Ge 4/4 III is perfect for Glacier Express, and Albula
freight haulage. A total of 12 locomotives were built between 1993 and 1999, with each
featuring a unique Coat of Arms.
Ключевые особенности
• Stunning 65km route through the Swiss Alps
• Unique Dynamic Pantograph height system
• GE 4/4 III Electric Locomotive and Glacier Express tourist vehicle consist
• Lb-v container flat wagons
• Dynamic seasonal rolling stock textures
• Over 130 custom bridge and tunnel portal models
• 16 Highly detailed station models
• New animated ski lift models in Bergün and Celerina.
• Over 100 overhead line equipment and catenary models designed specifically for this
• Completely new RhB signalling system with custom designed signal models and advanced
• Accurate driving characteristics
• Seven challenging career scenarios for the route
• Three Railfan Mode Scenarios
• One Unique Passenger Mode scenario
• One Free Roam scenario
• Quick Drive compatible
The Albula Line Route Add-on includes seven challenging career scenarios and one free roam
scenario for the route:
• Spring Commuter Service
• GEX Summer Ascent
• St. Moritz Runaround
• Thusis Container Delivery
• Summer in Filisur
• Locomotive Tutorial
• Autumn Afternoon Duties
• GEX Winter Descent
Railfan Mode:
• Toua Tunnel
• Solis Viaduct
• Landwasser Viaduct
Passenger Mode:
• Bergün/Bravuogn to Preda-


-RhB Enhancement Pack 01

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Thomson Interactive/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский | Год выпуска: 17 ноября 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The opening of the Vereina Tunnel, what would become the longest tunnel on the RhB, was
projected to cause a major spike in both passenger and freight traffic across the mountainous
network. In anticipation of the increase, RhB came together with Swiss Locomotive and
Machine Works (SLM), and ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB) in 1989 to develop new traction. The
new locomotives would utilise three-phase AC electric technology and GTO Thyristors.
The original plan to produce a 6 axle variant of the RhB Ge 4/4 II was quickly replaced with a
more universally capable 4 axle design. A much more modern bodyshell was used for the new
loco, and by the end of 1993, the first Ge 4/4 III, numbered 641, rolled off the production line,
entering service on December 3rd of the same year. A further 11 locomotives would enter
service between 1994 and 1999.
The Ge 4/4 III fleet is now the principal motive power for traffic on the Albula Railway, the
universal design paid off as they can effortlessly cope with either freight or passengers across
the mountains, and also command the Glacier Express, known as the slowest express in the
world. While originally shipped in classic RhB red, with each loco brandishing a unique coat of
arms, the entire fleet has since been decorated with various advertising liveries.
To commemorate the classification of the Albula Line as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July
2008, locomotive no. 650 'Seewis im Prättigau' was re-liveried into a UNESCO-specific
scheme. While 650 retained most of its red front, the rest of the body was given a light blue
coating, upon which a graphic depicting a train crossing the Landwasser Viaduct, as viewed
from below, is present.
Albula Hauling, Passenger & Freight
Several years after the introduction of the first Einheitswagen (EW) for RhB, it was decided
that the next iteration of coaches would focus on passenger comfort and reducing weight.
The Einheitswagen II, introduced in 1975, provided more spacious seating, ventilation and
heating, plus double glazed windows that were also tinted. The body was extrusion pressed
out of aluminium, to not only reduce weight, but also increase strength.
The RhB ordered two main variants of the Einheitswagen II, those being 'A' and 'B', where A
denotes First Class seating throughout, and B is purely standard seating. Neither of these
Einheitswagen II models are capable of holding any substantial quantity of passenger's
belongings, so RhB also ordered Baggage Cars which could take care of any storage issues.
Luggage and bikes could now be stored away from those aboard, which became even more
vital as tourism continued to grow. Some Baggage Cars were fitted with a pantograph to
supply heating and air conditioning, taking the strain away from the loco itself.
Of course, the Albula Line is also a key freight route within Switzerland, and a wide variety of
tonnage capabilities are seen day in, day out. The Swiss wood industry owes its success to the
railways, and the Albula Pass is no exception. 'Sp-w' flat cars are often used for transporting
roundwood, these wagons are an all-round excellent example of reliable engineering that
helps the railway and surrounding area grow.
Another industry, popularly seen curving through the Swiss Alps, is fuel. 'Za' tankers transport
up to 39000 liters, or 33 tonnes of petroleum a piece, and have a safe and efficient operating
history. The mountainous terrain necessitates fuel, and thanks to the Albula railway, plus the
readily capable Ge 4/4 III and Za tankers, successful deliveries can be expected promptly.
Ease back on the Throttle
One vital operation across any railway in the world is track maintenance. While maintenance
is being carried out Temporary Speed Restrictions (TSRs) are imposed to reduce the speed of
movements through the section of line being worked on. The line can be kept open and
operated safely instead of shutting it completely for engineering works.
Temporary magnets are placed on the track to warn drivers of an upcoming restriction, of any
speed limit, and then once the rear of the consist has passed the area, regular operating
speed may resume. This practice is seen worldwide, and while it adds a few minutes to the
journey, it is a regular part of railroading activities for drivers to learn and observe.
Ключевые особенности
• Unique Dynamic Pantograph height system
• RhB GE 4/4 iii 650 Unesco and EW II Coach consist
• Sp-w Flatbed Wagon in Clean and Rusty Timber variations
• Za Tank Wagon in Clean and Rusty variations
• Accurate driving characteristics
• Coach windows drop automatically if the weather is nice and is daytime
• Coach lights vary depending on time of day and their current use
• Coaches have customisable destinations
• Range of Temporary Speed Restriction signage included
• Three challenging career scenarios for the Albula Line: St Moritz - Thusis Route
• Quick Drive compatible
The RhB Enhancement Pack Add-on includes three challenging career scenarios for the Albula
Line: St Moritz - Thusis Route:
• GEX Zermatt Transfer
• Oil Delivery to Samedan
• Saturday Ski Service-


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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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