Freeware Routes

We endeavor to bring as much freeware to you as possible. However, producing free products takes time and there are costs involved. Throughout these pages, you will find donate buttons. You are under no obligation to use them. However, if you wish, you may donate to Steam Sounds Supreme. This will help cover our expenses, therefore making the production of more freeware a viable option.

The Bluebell Railway

Recreating A Popular Heritage Railway

One of the oldest heritage railways of them all is represented here and is now available for Train Simulator. Created by Ivor Russell, with enhancements by Steam Sounds Supreme, this route gives you a thoroughly immersive experience!

The route represents post-2013, with all four Bluebell Railway stations included - Sheffield Park, Horsted Keynes, Kingscote and East Grinstead - and each feature custom buildings. In fact, custom assets feature heavily throughout the route, from stations to bridges and more. Also included are a set of scenarios and Quick Drive. Both steam and diesel will be at home on this classic UK heritage railway.

To find out what DLC you require to run this route and enjoy the scenarios, the users manual is available HERE.

Download copy of this fantastic route below


Whitby & Pickering Heritage Railway

Steam Through the Stunning North Yorkshire Moors National Park

A representation of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway by Andy Gough. The name chosen for the route harks back to the original railway company, formed in 1833. All details represent the preserved North Yorkshire Moors Railway.

By request of the real railway, the NYMR name is not used. Andy created what will be referred to as the Whitby & Pickering Heritage Railway. Part 1 runs from Pickering to Grosmont. Whitby will be added later.

To use this route you will need the European Loco & Asset Pack and all the UKTS Freeware Scenic Asset Packs. All other assets are included. Follow the install instructions carefully. Find the manual in RailWorks>Manuals>EN

Wycombe Railway & Joint Line

Version 3

Developed by Peter Goodearl, with audio by Steam Sounds Supreme, we are delighted to present version 3 of this fabulous steam-era route representing the Wycombe Railway and Joint Line. Version 3 now includes the main line from Oxford to Banbury, and the final part of the Bicester cut-off route to Aynho Junction - giving a full network of lines! The LMS route from Oxford to Cambridge is also included as far as Launton. See the map below.

A special web page has been set up by the route creator for further information. SEE HERE.

Those who have downloaded previous versions are advised to only download this version if you haven't received the update automatically.

To run this route YOU MUST OWN: Riviera Line 1950's, Falmouth Branch, Woodhead Route, Isle of Wight and West Somerset




Developed by Trevor Wood, with the aid of many fine members of the TS community, we are delighted to present this fine representation of the Southern Railway route from Southampton to Weymouth. This isn't just the mainline though. Also featured are the Lymington Branch, Bournemouth West, the 'Castlemans Corkscrew' via Ringwood, the old Christchurch route from Ringwood(closed in 1935), Southampton Terminus and the extensive docks network. The time period is loose, but most certainly steam age!

The perfect place to stretch the legs of your Southern steam locomotive collection!!

To enjoy this route to the full, the following Steam content are recommended:

A more complete list of full requirements is included in the package

The Great Central Railway

The first version of the GCR was released on back in 2011. Various new versions appeared over recent years, adding new features made available by new technologies in the base game. When version 3 was released in 2013, it was intended that it would be the last version. However, last year, Michael Sutton made contact with us. He had given the route a further face-lift, and added even more detail. Also some more recent new features in the real-world route were put in. So it was decided that we would release this version of the route on our website. Now included in the route is a representation of the Mountsorrel Branch, which runs from Swithland sidings to Mountsorrel, a new shed at Swithland sidings and the Butler-Henderson cafe at Quorn.

As before, custom buildings, bridges and more appear throughout the route, making it one of the most realistic routes available for Train Simulator

Route Photo Album


Read the manual HERE to find out about DLC requirements etc. Please also follow ALL instructions for installation of the route, assets and rolling stock

GWSR Heritage Line

The real route is a 12 mile heritage railway running through the beautiful Cotswolds, in England. The headcourters of the railway is at Toddington. It was here, in 1984, that the first public train ran over a 1/4 mile stretch of line. All track and infrastructure has had to be rebuilt, apart from Toddingtons main station building. 31 years later and the railway is 12 miles long, and soon to be 14, with the extension to Broadway progressing.Our route is a development of the one made by Richard Evans and released on UKTS as the Honeybourne Line in 2011. Since then, Train Simulator has changed a lot. With Richards permission, we have added many new features to the route, such as Super-Elevation, TSX lighting, new ambient sounds, new track sounds, extension to Laverton, new platforms and much more.

To run this route, you will need the following payware route DLC: Woodhead Route - Bristol to Exeter - Isle of Wight - West Somerset Railway



A major revamp of Dovetail Games' West Somerset Railway route available on Steam.

A project taken on by David Seward, and taken forwards by Steam Sounds Supreme, you find the route to now be packed full of the details you would want in representing a 25mph heritage railway.

Contributions of new assets come from Kris Harding & Phil Baines. This includes the WSR 2-6-0 Mogul 9351, water works at Minehead, level crossing repeaters, Washford transmitting station, Dunster level crossing signage & much more. Along with this comes many in-house improvements to the audio environment. A much more realistic experience awaits you!

For a manual about the use and operation of the included locomotive, WSR Mogul 9351, SEE HERE.


Version 3 is now available. The route has been generally enhanced further with new sounds; improved track properties; updated Bishops Lydeard compound, including new ash shed; updated track layout at Williton & more............