PSB Mathilde (Oberhausen) (EMAF)

PSB Mathilde (Oberhausen) (EMAF)
PSB Mathilde (Oberhausen) (EMAF)


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Signalling Centre Mathilde (Oberhausen)

You MUST have a working internet connection to be able to use this simulation!

Because this simulation is very complex and is part of a larger platform in development, we would like to keep intensive contact with our customers and offer each user the latest version available. It is therefore that registration and use of the license key is obligatory.

The Signalling Centre Mathilde (Oberhausen)  is the largest "freight only" signal box in Europe. It's a true turntable of freight traffic in the Ruhr District near Oberhausen.

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Features of Signalling Centre Mathilde:

  • Comprises the whole area between Bottrop, Essen-Altenessen,Duisburg-Wedau, Duisburg-Hochfeld-Süd, Moers and is immedate North of the City of Oberhausen
  • Train Steering System (Zuglenkung) for the freight trains
  • Out-of-Gauge trains (watch out!) with Fax-System.
  • Complete 1:1 simulation of the original panel including all buttons!
  • Nummernstellpult (numerical entry) with shortcuts and preset routes.
  • Zentralblock-Systems for block operations
  • ZNP 801 train number descriptor system (you'll be busy with that one)
  • Group buttons on panel and in separate window.
  • Special zoom window
  • Ausfahrensperrenmelder (Exit Lock indicators)
  • Day and night brightness of signals with dimmer and bell.
  • Logging printer with sound.
  • 4 brightness levels for panel lighting.

Background information:

Program and documentation is in English.

Some data of Signalling Centre Mathilde:

  • 323 possible routes
  • 176 signals
  • 111 switches/points/turnouts
  • 260 track sections (264 km network length in total)
  • 3700 panel tiles (!). In total 665 buttons to press!
  • up to 800 trains per day!

The timetable is from summer 1998.