Isle of Wight & Class 66 - PC

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Isle of Wight & Class 66 (PC)
Viewed: 3D First-person Genre:
Simulation: Railway
Add-on pack
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Publishers: Just Trains (GB)
Released: 28 Nov 2008 (GB)
Ratings: No rating
Accessories: Mouse, Keyboard


Take to the Rail Simulator tracks in a brilliant new expansion pack featuring the unique Isle of Wight railway and the famous Class 66 diesel locomotive. Travel round the picturesque holiday island in the Class 483 - these ex-London Underground trains have been given a new lease of life on the Isle of Wight and are the oldest trains in mainline service anywhere in the UK. For a change of pace, power and era you can also drive the 1915 Kitchener Class 0-4-0ST 'Invincible' on the IOW Steam Railway. Back on the mainland, rail sim enthusiasts also get the chance to drive the finest freight hauler in the business - the Class 66 diesel locomotive. With an extremely detailed train and a realistic cab to drive it from, the haulage experience is made complete with a set of highly authentic sounds. If you want to be in double-header heaven, then this locomotive is for you!

The combined package comes with a set of scenarios for both the Isle of Wight and the Class 66 and is set to broaden the appeal of Rail Simulator even further! Isle of Wight route features the Island Line and IOW Steam railway, with authentic rolling stock and a total of 17 scenarios spanning both lines. Drive the classic 483 ex-London Underground trains or the 1915 Kitchener Class 0-4-0ST 'Invincible'. The Class 66 locomotive comes in six different liveries with seven enthralling scenarios. Drive the Class 66 in scenarios on the default Rail Simulator Oxford-Paddington, Hagen-Siegen and Bath-Templecombe routes. Additionally there is a Free Roam scenario featuring all six liveried Class 66s available that can be driven from Didcot

The Class 66 is also available for use in any player created scenarios. All trains feature detailed cabs and accurately modelled train physics. Developed by RSDL – the team behind Rail Simulator