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Train Sim World 2 – Going Underground!

by Matthew Wrightson
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Train Sim World 2 – Going Underground!. Sit in the cab and take control on one of the world’s busiest underground railways and discover the Bakerloo Line.

Head into the darkness of London’s busy underground commuter railway network. Power through over-ground and underground at the controls of the London Undergrounds iconic 1972 stock. Visit some of London’s most famous stations and see the city from an all new perspective.

Opened between 1906 and 1915 originally known as the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway it was swiftly renamed The Bakerloo Railway as the public abbreviation of the name had gained popularity. The Bakerloo Line is one of the world’s busiest commuter railways and the popularity of the line is no less today than it was when it first opened, carrying millions of passengers annually.

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In Train Sim World 2 we have carefully replicated each of the stations along the line in detail. Immerse yourself in the London Underground experience and discover what it’s like to drive this challenging route. Take in the beautiful and classic Art Nouveau tiling of underground stations such as Piccadilly Circus and Regents park, wait amongst fellow commuters in busy commuter interchanges like Waterloo and Paddington and witness the North West London skyline from a new perspective of the driver’s cab.

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You will have the pleasure of driving the iconic Mark II 1972 stock through the Bakerloo line. Sporting the famous red, grey and blue livery synonymous with the London Underground. This has been in service for nearly 50 years and is instantly recognisable down to the smallest details like the fabric on the seats. Authentically recreated here in Train Sim World 2, sit in the cab and get the unique experience of driving into the world-famous London Underground.

For further information please visit www.trainsimworld.com

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