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The PC-Rail Range

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 your payment.


Software is available only by download.


Available Simulations

Cheltenham

This enjoyable simulation is based on the layout of the 1950's in the Cheltenham area. As well as the St James terminus, it includes Malvern Road, Lansdown and Landsdown Junction.

The Midland main line ran from Birmingham (New Street) through Lansdown to Bristol, with a spur to Gloucester (Eastgate). The Great Western ran from Birmingham (Snow Hill) through Malvern Road to Bristol, again with a spur to Gloucester (Central). It also had a branch through Cheltenham (South) via the Midland & South Western Junction Railway to Swindon (Town) and Andover Junction where it joined the Southern Railway.

The timetable included is based upon the BR Passenger Timetables for Summer 1961. Diesel Multiple Units had begun to arrive on the scene on local services but most trains were still steam hauled.

Cheltenham is one of our Nostalgia Series simulations.


Download Cheltenham

Free

Register for Unlimited Use

£30.00


Level: Quite difficult

Current Version: 5.10 (19/10/12)

Standard timetable: 1961 SO, 237 trains (24.0 hours)



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