The National Railway Museum in York is a fantastic location to visit when you have an interest in steam locomotives and other rail related enthusiasms. This week I travelled to Yorkshire for a well earned break and one of my destinations was of course to view locomotives including the Evening Star, Green Arrow and I even managed to lean around a corner to get a sneaky peak of Tornado.
The National Railway Museum is a free journey through the history of locomotives and has recently featured on the news due to its restoration of the Flying Scotsman.
Discover over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects. Marvel at iconic locomotives, watch engineering work in progress in the Workshop, browse our object-filled Warehouse, or let off steam in the outdoor play area.
National Railway Museum
In the edited HD video I created below, I couldn’t help but think of RailWorks 2 and its available add-ons – a rail simulator that features many of these wonderful steam locomotives including the Evening Star, Green Arrow, Tornado and the Flying Scotsman.
In this audio interview, Paul tells us about many of the exciting updates that have either just released or will be coming to us in the very near future. These include a brand new career system, challenging you to perfect your locomotive skills or feel the pain of losing crucial points and a discussion regarding an upcoming set of interface changes that will push rail simulation far further than ever before.
In this audio interview, Paul tells us about his history with trains, the process of creating such a complex simulator and what exciting items of content and features are around the corner for those who like me love to try our hand at controlling steam, diesel and electric trains of all kinds from all over the world from the comfort of our own home.