European Bahn Projects For 2006

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Coxster

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European Bahn currently have 5 projects under construction, two of which are still a secret.

As we all know, East Coast Express has been split into two sections (Part 1 = London to Peterborough, Part 2 = Peterborough to York) so that is the first two.

They then have started work on London Euston to Birmingham New Street (stage one is under construction).

All we know about the other two projects are that one is to be firmly situated in mainland Europe and the other should be yet another main UK route. Fully scened London to Southampton anyone? It was one of their projects a while back ;)
 
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richa2002

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What a disaster it would be if it was London - Southampton. Let's have something that isn't represented anywhere!
 

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I have noticed that EB is progressing well with East Coast Express and I'm looking forward to the stage 1 release. But a London Euston to Birmingham New Street route as well in production sounds great! :D

Lets hope that their trackwork turns out to be near enough accurate. 8)
 

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Holland on Rail said:
So how long will it take for me driving a Class90 via the fast lines from Kings X to Peterborough? 30 minutes at most? Bit dissapointing.

However, I suspect to have loads of fun operating on this route.
well go via the slow lines <D
 

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Holland on Rail said:
So how long will it take for me driving a Class90 via the fast lines from Kings X to Peterborough? 30 minutes at most? Bit dissapointing.

However, I suspect to have loads of fun operating on this route.
I think in real life 225 sets are booked 45 minutes non stop and 1 hour if they stop at Stevenage
 
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