Bonn = Beethoven?
What has Ludwig van Beethoven to do with Signal Boxes?
Well, actually nothing, because during his life there were no trains. But the German town Bonn, where he was born, has everything to do with Beethoven! The Power Signal Box of Bonn Hbf (Central Station) will give you some pretty challenges. The left-Rhine traffic was immense with the double IC trains in short distance and trains approaching with 160 km/h (100 mph). Additionally 7 level crossings and a symphony of commuter trains can even be a thrill for an experienced signaller.
The layout might look deceptively small, though don’t be fooled. You’ll be pretty busy!
- Multiplayer (create dispatcher centre with multiple signallers)
- Detailed simulation of Power Signal Box type Sp Dr S 60
- Original Number Entry System with memory functionality
- Working ZNP801 train descriptor and Annunciator system
- Digital train descriptor system
Bonn by the numbers…
- 7 Level Crossings
- 59 Points, 71 Signals
- 132 Track Sections
- 970 possible routes
- Intensive timetable (Left Rhine Side)
The timetable is from Summer 1996.
- Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, 32 or 64 bit
- 1GB RAM memory
- 500MB space free on hard disk
- Sound Card
- 2.0 GHz processor
The simulation can run on older computers, though we encourage you to have
- 2 GB RAM Memory
- 3 GHz multi-core CPU
The simulation can run on a monitor with 1024×768 resolution, though we strongly encourage higher resolutions for a better simulation experience.
For optimal results, you might consider having a widescreen monitor. Multiple widescreen monitors are ideal.
Microsoft .Net Framework
This computer program uses the Microsoft .NET Framework.
If this is not available, it will be installed upon installation of the application.
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