Key features include:
- High degree of realism
- User friendly interface
- Operator performance measurement
- Mouse or keyboard operation
- Full signalling
- Realistic train behaviour
- Many options
- variable speed/skill level
- audible warnings
- late running
- traction failures
- user configurable
- Timetable editor included
- Motive power database
- Comprehensive Help
- Extensively tested
See: Summary of software functionality
PC-Rail software is for use with Windows XP or later, up to and including Windows 10.
All the simulations are available for free download. You have unlimited free use of the software, but
the length of each operating session is restricted.
Any simulation can be converted into a fully registered, unrestricted, copy
by means of a registration code, which we will email to you on receipt of
Software is available only by download.
The railway reached Bridlington in East Yorkshire in 1846, when the York and North Midland Railway opened their line from Hull via Beverley and Driffield, with an extension northwards to Scarborough opening the following year.
This simulation is based on the layout in the early 1950's, which was largely unchanged from that of 1912. Bridlington is a very interesting location to operate, with the station's 8 platforms, the loco shed and goods and carriage sidings.
The timetable is for a Summer Saturday in 1953, with a variety of mainly ex-LNER locos.
Bridlington is one of our Nostalgia Series simulations.
Level: Quite difficult
Current Version: 5.10 (03/02/17)
Standard timetable: 1953 SO, 286 trains (24.0 hours)