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Caltrain Baby Bullet 332 [GWD350]
 
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Description
Caltrain Train 332 is a mid-morning southbound "Baby Bullet" express commuter train operating between San Francisco and San Jose with six intermediate stops en route. On a pleasant summer morning, you are the engineer of Train 332, ready to depart San Francisco with a typical Baby Bullet consist of an MPI MP36PH-3C diesel locomotive and a six-car Bombardier Bi-level set of equipment.

Scenario duration: 60 minutes.

Requirements: This scenario requires the Peninsula Corridor route.

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30 Comments
Elphaba  [author] Jan 11 @ 8:51am 
tact86: Glad you enjoyed the scenario and thank you for the comments!
tact86 Jan 11 @ 8:36am 
Another Great Scenario, Thanks Again!
Elphaba  [author] Dec 26, 2016 @ 1:25pm 
jm.dromard: Apprécié, Merci
jm.dromard Dec 26, 2016 @ 1:22pm 
Super tres bon scenario ! merci
Elphaba  [author] Dec 23, 2016 @ 10:49am 
LIRRMEDFORD: Glad you enjoyed the scenario and thanks for commenting!
LIRRMEDFORD Dec 23, 2016 @ 10:47am 
https://youtu.be/eLUBk5OcJTg

Great Run, Thanks!
Elphaba  [author] Dec 22, 2016 @ 2:13pm 
natasha_sohaneva: You're welcome.
train_for_fun Dec 22, 2016 @ 1:11pm 
Thanks
Elphaba  [author] Dec 21, 2016 @ 5:11pm 
gasman222: Glad you enjoyed the run, and agreed, the route is a nice one :)
gasman222 Dec 21, 2016 @ 4:21pm 
I had to make my first run on this lovely piece of track with your scenario, Gary!! Quite nicely done, all the stations and scenery are quite lovely to look at. The scenery does change quite a bit from big city to country. You are tough on the timetable, I did not make one on schedule, and you can't catch up. No worries, just enjoy the view!! Thanks for sharing, I really enjoyed it Gary.