River Tamar at St Budeaux
Terras Crossing (Looe Branch)
Mainline: 30 Miles
Gunnislake Branch: 11.5 Miles
Looe Branch: 8.25 Miles
The Bodmin & Wenford Railway: 6.5 Miles
Fowey Docks branch: 4.5 Miles Stock: HSTs, Voyagers and Sprinters
This route covers the Cornish mainline from Plymouth through to Lostwithiel a distance of 30 miles, and takes about 45 minutes to drive. It also includes the branch lines to Gunnislake, Looe, The Bodmin & Wenford Railway and the freight line to Fowey Docks.
Enjoy driving through the scenic Cornish countryside with rolling fields, rivers, estuarys, wooded valleys and passing through small market towns.
In total there are 22 Passenger enabled stations, Coombe Junction Halt (Looe Branch) and Colesloggett Halt (Bodmin & Wenford) Arn't passenger enable.
Version 1.3: Replaced road bridge at Bodmin General.
Line to Boscarne Junction
Boscarne Junction Station.
Stock: Various Steam & Diesel locomotives, and heritage rolling stock.
The Bodmin & Wenford railway is a heritage line in Cornwall, around 6.5 miles in length with Bodmin General at the centre (The main station of the line), from Bodmin General the line splits into two.
Heading East is the 1887 GWR branch built to connect the Cornwall mainline to the town of Bodmin, which runs through down the steep wooded Glynn valley to Colesloggett Halt and finally Bodmin Parkway where it meets the mainline.
Heading West from Bodmin General is the equally steep GWR 1888 branch to Boscarne Junction, which from there used to join the LSWR line from Bodmin North to Wadebridge and Padstow, a more scenic open stretch with rolling fields down the Camel valley.
Version 1.1: Replaced some of the track.
Version 1.2: Removed non DLS items and TransDEM textures. Version 1.3: Replaced Bodmin General road bridge.
Moorswater Cement works
Terras Crossing on the Looe Estuary.
Coombe Junction Halt.
Stock: Class 150/153 DMUs
The Looe branchline in South East Cornwall, which starts at Liskeard.
The line decends steeply for the first 2 miles around a large loop which passes under the mainline before reaching Coombe Junction. A couple of passenger services call at the halt just up the line before reversing but most just reverse at the junction to continue the journey down towards Looe through the valley, passing the request halts of St Keyne, Causeland and Sandplace along the way the final part of the line runs along side the Looe estuary to reach the seaside fishing port of Looe.
To the North of Coombe Junction is also the cement depot at Moorswater which has rail access.
This route requires Trainz:A New Era (TANE) SP2+.
Version 1.1: Looe Bridge added.
Version 1.2: Missing asset Hog texture removed.
Version 2.0: Large update with hedges replaced, track is now procedural, road splines replaced, plus several other improvements.