Oxfordshire, November 15th 2005
Product: Pageants Field - A Journey Through Rural England
Genre: MicrosoftTM Train Simulator 2002/2004 Add-on
Format: PC CD-ROM
Release: November 25th 2005
Territory: UK / Scandinavia and Germany
First Class Simulations is proud to announce the release of Pageants Field - A Journey Through Rural England.
Developed by the same team that brought you the critically acclaimed London - Brighton, Pageants Field is a fictional but none the less accurate portrayal of a trip through the rolling landscapes of southern England. This product gives you the opportunity to take control of the busy passenger services which meander through pretty countryside using both modern and traditional rolling stock.
Pageants Field includes 15 different demanding activities played out through 3 difficulty levels. There is over 30 miles of track including a large section of four track which makes for the varied theme of activities. There are 14 stations in total including Woodbeck Viaduct, Uplands Castle, Brockley Pass, Coppice Lea, Walnut Junction, Swallows End, Bluebell's Rise and Shambles Wood.
The locomotives are powered by all three methods:
- Electric: Southern 1960's Double Decker EMU
- Diesel: Class 121 Diesel Railcar (Bubble Car)
- Steam: Battle of Britain Class (BR Green) and Merchant Navy Class (Blue)
Pageants Field is available from November 25th 2005.
First Class Simulations
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Tel: 01869 345928
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About First Class Simulations
First Class Simulations is a dedicated publisher of add-ons for Microsoft Flight and Train Simulator. The company is a division of Contact Sales Limited.
About European Bahn
EuropeanBahn is a developer of high quality add-ons for Microsoft Train Simulator. Pageants Field is the company's fifth development project to be published in the past two years.