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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

Bath Green Park

This fascinating location was the northern terminus of the old Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway. The simulation provides a real operating challenge, involving many light engine movements to and from the shed and, of course, the authentic (and rather awkward) track layout. Block working applies on the single and double lines leaving the station.

This simulation recreates railway operation at Bath Green Park prior to its closure along with the rest of the Somerset & Dorset Joint line in 1966. The signalmen at Bath Station and at Bath Junction would have needed to work together closely. To reflect this, the operator of this simulation is in charge of the operation of both boxes, together with a number of ground frames, as if they were one signalbox. Apart from this, we have tried to be as faithful to the original as possible and it is believed that much of the essence and atmosphere of Bath Green Park has been captured. The comprehensive screen display, with (anachronistic) train describers, to some extent compensates for the absence of the view from the signalbox windows!

In most cases, locos on trains arriving at Green Park would proceed to the loco sheds (there are 2 - the Midland and S&D sheds) for coal, water and turning. Much of the operating complexity arises from the movement of locos between the loco sheds and the station. These movements are included in the working timetable. Pilot locos are also provided for shunting movements.

Bath Green Park is one of our Heritage Series simulations.

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Level: Moderate

Current Version: 5.10 (04/11/12)

Standard timetable: 1961 SX, 73 trains (8.2 hours)

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