Time for a re-vamp of the Caledonian Railworks page since it’s over a year old.  So I decided to use my new found WordPress skills and put it to good use.

Out Now

Yes folks. The long awaited route Aberdeen Angus (Part 1) covering Dundee to Montrose is out now. Click on the Routes tab at the top of the page to find out more.


Initially started up 2 years ago as a smaller project focusing on the private railway owned by Lord Carmylie, I had got stuck in with the editor and learned the trade so to speak. then the usual thing happens with all noobies where you lose assets or you lose the plot and end up breaking it.  
With that happening  decided to start again and found myself not doing the private railway but instead making the Arbroath section of line. Before I knew it I had ended up in Montrose and then thought that I might as well continue.
This last year I have had a lot of help with bugs, glitches and complete fails but I have found a good crew of folk via the facebook groups who have helped me along the way and I would like to thank you all individually for all you have done.  But 1st. Let’s go into a little more detail.
Part 1 when released will cover the following 9 stations:- Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Balmossie, Monifieth, Barry Links, Golf Street, Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose.  

You’ll see the seaside, golf courses, urban areas, farms, industrial estates, docks and agricultural all in part 1.
For part 2 –  The rail network is mostly laid down for the Caledonian Railway from Brechin to Bridge of Dun & from Montrose all the way up to Dyce. Siding markers, Signalling and speed limits still need to be sorted out for those parts of the network not yet completed, route markers are complete.

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