Signalling, Diagrams and simulations (Railway Data Centre)

This simulation depicts the mechanical and electric interlocking as they would have been between 1965 and the box's closure in 2013.
A copy of the timetable used in this simulation is shown below, or to read a brief history about the box or view a full quality diagram, click HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: You may have to wait several minutes for a train to be offered to you

Regulation is required to keep trains moving and on time, so make sure to keep an eye on the timetable, as some trains will need to be stopped to allow others to pass and not all trains stops at Hindley.

Forrás és több szimuláció: http://www.railwaydata.co.uk/signalling/

NXSYS, Signalling and Interlocking Simulator

New February 2022: New versions of the application(s) have been released, including up-to-date 64-bit and 32-bit Windows executables as a standard MSI installer, including all features from the last 5 years, and a new documentation/help system including a new document on signalling logic design and a greatly updated main help document. See the downloads section below.

Here are the current Windows and macOS downloadables for NXSYS (enn-ex-sys), my simulator of relay logic signalling and interlocking as (still) used in New York City, but rapidly being replaced by more recent technologies (viz., CBTC, “Communications-based train control”).

Bővebben: NXSYS, Signalling and Interlocking Simulator

Penrith & St. Marys and Sydney North

SimSig is proud to present the next sim from Sydney, NSW, Australia! Penrith & St Marys Signal Boxes are located on the Main West line in the greater western suburbs of Sydney, at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Penrith is the main terminus and stabling location in the west for the Sydney suburban service, and you will also guide freight and intercity trains through the area. Many signallers fondly refer to Penrith Box as the best job they ever worked.


Manual: https://www.simsig.co.uk/Wiki/Show?page=simulations:penrithandstmarys


Slough Panel (PSB) SimSig

We have headed back to the Western Region for our latest release - Slough Panel. This is in the heart of the Thames Valley, controlling a key part of the Great Western Mainline and some of the associated branches.

In real life this is two workstations, but it is manageable by one player, with plenty to keep you busy.

Manual: https://www.simsig.co.uk/Wiki/Show?page=simulations:slough


North Kent (SimSig)

We head back to the Southern Region for our latest release - North Kent. This is commuter land, handling three busy commuter lines from London (London Bridge simulation) which all converge in the Dartford area. Freight is also an important customer, serving the large Hoo Yard area and the Isle of Grain.

In real life this is two workstations but with the help of ARS, one user can handle the whole area with little difficulty, yet busy enough to keep you on your toes. Enjoy this ideal simulation!

Manual: https://www.simsig.co.uk/Wiki/Show?page=simulations:northkent


Shrewsbury (új szimuláció)

The Shrewsbury simulation contains the line between Crewe Gresty Lane (Exclusive) to Shrewsbury Crewe Junction [Approximately 32 Miles]. The line from Gobowen (Exclusive) [ Fringe to North East Wales ] to Shrewsbury Crewe Junction [Approximately 18 miles]. The lines through Shrewsbury station between Shrewsbury Crewe Junction and Shrewsbury Severn Bridge Junction [Approximately 0.25 miles]. The line from Shrewsbury Severn Bridge Junction to Wellington (Exclusive) [Approximately 10 miles]. The line from Shrewsbury Severn Bridge Junction to Dorrington (Exclusive) [Approximately 6 miles]. And finally the line from Shrewsbury Sutton Bridge Junction to Welshpool (Exclusive) [Approximately 18 miles].

This gives a total route mileage in the simulation of approximately 84.25.

Forrás: https://www.simsig.co.uk/Wiki/Show?page=simulations:shrewsbury

Ára: £22.50