Zentralstellwerk Würzburg Hbf
Due to the central location of the station, there are many freight trains that need relief drivers. It’s up to you to plan where they must relieve each other so that they don’t block your traffic – it’s not as easy as you might think!
- Contains a large area around Würzburg Hbf including a good part of the High Speed Line and the line to Gemünden
- 11 time table points are included.
- Complete 1:1 simulation of the original panel of the type Sp Dr S 600, Sp Dr L 60 including all buttons!
- Zentralblock-System and Automatic Block System as well as LZB (ATC) – Full and Partial Block Modes
- Control Monitor for Data Entry
- Special new Electronic Signal Panel for the Würzburg Classification Yard.
- ZNP 801 train number descriptor system
- Group buttons on panel and in separate window.
- Special zoom window
- Day and night brightness of signals with dimmer and bell.
- Logging printer with sound.
- 4 brightness levels for panel lighting.
Würzburg by the numbers…
- 15766 possible routes (train, shunt, alternatives)
- 482 signals
- 290 switches/points/turnouts
- 630 track sections (202 km network length in total)
- 7600 panel tiles (!). In total 1332 buttons to press!
- Many trains and shunting movements, with many freight trains and relief drivers
The timetable is from 2016.
- Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, 32 or 64 bit
- 2GB 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
- 4 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.