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Train Simulator: “Hudson Line” New York – Croton-Harmon Route

The famed Hudson Line route, featuring more than 20 served stations and totaling approximately 60 route miles.

“Hudson Line” New York – Croton-Harmon Route is an add-on for “Train Simulator” game made and published by Dovetail Games. The Train Simulator Hudson Line route stretches along the east bank of the famed Hudson River from New York City to Croton-Harmon, New York, and serves three roles: it is Metro-North’s busy Hudson Line commuter route; it is the southern end of Amtrak’s Empire Corridor, home to Amtrak’s Empire Service intercity trains and long-haul trains such as the Lake Shore Limited, Maple Leaf, and Adirondack; and it is CSX’s Hudson Subdivision, providing freight service in and out of the Bronx and greater New York. In history and lore, the line was part of the fabled “Water Level Route” of the New York Central and path of the 20th Century Limited. The Hudson Line route includes seven challenging career scenarios that include Metro-North commuter, Amtrak intercity passenger, and CSX freight operations.

Game Info

Release Date: 7 Mar, 2019
Developer: Dovetail Games
Publisher: Dovetail Games
Genre: Driving, Simulation
Rating: 75/100

Train Simulator: “Hudson Line” New York – Croton-Harmon Route

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System Requirements

Minimum Specifications


OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core-i3 4330 3.50 GHz Dual Core or AMD A8 6600K 3.90 GHz Quad Core or Better
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 Graphics with 1 GB Dedicated VRAM or Better
HDD: 40 GB

Recommended Specifications


OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel Core-i5 4690 3.50 GHz Quad Core or AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.80 GHz Quad Core or Better
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 480 with 4 GB Dedicated VRAM or Better
HDD: 40 GB

Game Features:

  • The famed Hudson Line route extending from New York City to Croton-Harmon, New York, featuring more than 20 served stations and totalling approximately 60 route miles
  • Diverse Metro-North, Amtrak, and CSX operations
  • Metro-North P32AC-DM with Shoreliner equipment
  • New York City’s Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station
  • CSX SD40-2 and 3GS-21B “GenSet” freight locomotives
  • Metro-North shop and yard facilities at Highbridge and Croton-Harmon
  • Authentic selection of freight equipment
  • CSX yard facilities at Oak Point, Harlem River, and West Croton
  • Seven career scenarios
  • Metro-North M7A EMU
  • Quick Drive compatible
  • Amtrak P32AC-DM with Amfleet equipment

Train Simulator: Hudson Line Trailer

Train Simulator: Hudson Line Review

7.5 Total Score
Good

The Hudson Line is one of the most famous, bustling, and scenic rail lines in America – and now it comes to Train Simulator. Pulsing with Metro-North commuter, Amtrak intercity passenger, and CSX freight trains, the Train Simulator Hudson Line is packed with railroading challenges. The Hudson Line from Grand Central Terminal to Croton-Harmon is electrified via D.C. third-rail and witnesses extraordinary volumes of Metro-North traffic, with the route’s workhorse being MNCR’s flashy blue-and-silver M-7A electric-multiple-units, as are featured with the route. Joining the Metro-North M-7A on the route are an authentic variety of locomotives and equipment, which include MNCR and Amtrak P32AC-DM passenger locomotives, CSX SD40-2 and 3GS-21B “GenSet” freight locomotives, Amtrak Amfleet passenger cars, and Metro-North Shoreliner commuter cars. Train Simulator’s Hudson Line features both of New York City’s great stations – New York Penn Station and classic Grand Central Terminal – and then extends north along the wide Hudson River to the Metro-North shops and CSX yard facilities at Croton-Harmon, New York. The route also includes Amtrak’s West Side Empire Connection, Metro-North’s Park Avenue main line out of Grand Central Terminal, CSX’s Oak Point Link freight route and Harlem River and Oak Point Yards, and the section of Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor from the Bronx over Hell Gate Bridge to Sunnyside Yard and Penn Station. All told, the Train Simulator Hudson Line route features more than 20 stations and delivers approximately 60 route miles of intensive and captivating “Big Apple” region railroading. Train Simulator’s Hudson Line route delivers fast-paced and challenging American commuter, passenger, and freight railroading at its contemporary best.

Good
7.5
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