Site- ul de dating în kwazulu natal centrul de joc al comunității Despre acest conținut The latest route for Train Simulator captures the rugged beauty of South Africa. Experience a range of terrain, from lush green plantations, winding rivers, traversing gorges, numerous tunnels, mountain sides, deep valleys and open plains.
Travel through the rolling green hills of Pietermaritzburg at a height of m and end approximately km further north at Ladysmith, m above sea level. From there it winds with double, electrified track to the first major station on the route, Pietermaritzburg.
Travelling north from Pietermaritzburg, it forms two complete balloons loops at Boughton station, in order to negotiate the narrow valley at the foot of the first mountain range, then climbing to the first tunnels at Cedara, two single bores each 6km long. After Cedara, the line continues to progress through more tunnels, river crossings and a few major stations, surrounded by plantations, factories and the occasional traditional village next to the line. Between Merrivale and Tweedie is the huge wall of the Midmar dam, a spectacle to tourists, which can be seen from the line.
One hundred locomotives were delivered in andnumbered E to E The South African Class 6E1 was produced in eleven series over a period of nearly sixteen years, with units produced altogether, all built by UCW. This makes the 6E1 the most numerous single locomotive class ever to have seen service in South Africa and serves as proof of a highly successful design.
The locomotive is presented in four livery variations, Blue, Red, Red with yellow stripes and Orange. In addition, a selection of wagons is included along with a passenger car.