Power Signal Box Remagen has many interesting dispatching aspects. On the heavily travelled route on the left side of the Rhine, it is your job to make the right decisions about trains overtaking one another such that the international and commuter trains arrive on time. Remagen includes the following stations / stops: Rolandseck, Oberwinter, Remagen, Remagen (Rhein), Breisig Bad, Bad Bodendorf, and Heimersheim.
The connection with Ahrtalbahn offers a variety of shunting and dispatching challenges in addition to the heavy traffic on the left Rhine. Additionally, it's possible to connect with another person (via the Internet ) dispatching in Bonn-Bad Godesberg - you must coordinate with your partner to ensure traffic arrives safely and on time!
Additional connections (Brohl) will become available in the future.
About Power Signal Box Remagen
Remagen is a part of Project Rheingold, which is the linking of many stations between Cologne and Koblenz on the busy left Rhine. These stations will be linkable using Line Operations (Internet/LAN play). The timetable of Project Rheingold recreates traffic from 1996.
Here is a short list of features available with a Sp Dr S 60 interlocking system (the most common system used in Germany)
Here are some of the items that the simulation offers:
An Adobe Acrobat (PDF) manual is included, which describes basic operations.
For more detailed help resources and information, visit:
The Dispatcher Supervisor is a free tool used to help people connect with one another so they can do Line Operations. You may also use it to view what other dispatchers are doing in their simulations.
The MultiPlayer client (also free) is used when several people want to dispatch the same simulation.