Train Simulator 2019 64 bit gameplay Portsmouth Harbor Route Class 444

Train Simulator 2019 is available now and finally playable in 64-bit glory. Not that I’d know 64-bit glory if it introduced itself to me formally and invited me for drinks at the club. In today’s voyage aboard a shiny class 444 South Western trains service to Portsmouth Harbor I’m making the run from Waterloo to Haslemere which will almost certainly run on time with no problems.

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Myrm Ants says:

The button for the floor pedel is E. 🙂


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The Dum Gamer says:

7:11 Thats southern not south eastern!

Gamer Roemer says:


Simon Parker says:

With all these beeps its like R2D2 is driving the train with you.

Duke Dudeston says:

Lol did you edit out flying past Weybridge because you said it wasnt on this line?

Anyway, great video enjoyed it.

ECGadget says:

“I almost read the sign”

Ace of Base reference was predicted a few seconds before it was said.
Great content as usual Col.


“South eastern”

Fortress Inman says:

I’m having an anxiety attack watching my route from Guildford to work in Camden every day for 6 years. And Weybridge is on this line, it’s the branch line terminus for places like Virginia Water.

Paul Dorset says:

The windows aren’t dirty it’s just the clouds 😛

Stranger Happened says:

Thanks, but *is your GPU is too old or the game is super slow in graphics?* Is Trainz 2019 is any better in terms of graphics detail and FPS?

Naufal muhammad says:

Can it works in windows 10?

Sir Harry says:

Will TS2019 be out on PS4 and Xbox one

Steve Baldock says:

Driver’s blind … lol! … another oversight by DTG !!!

Gareth Goodman says:

“We’re driving a big beefy train, other trains quake in terror at our passing” 😀

heh I LOL’d at that, great stuff 🙂

tasev1 says:

Obviously, 64-bit doesn’t make the sim any better? I’m guessing they just keep this sim line going for all the prior owners with massive collections that need better support with 64-bit. Perhaps this one will be the last rendition, now that we have train sim world available?

NoLlama says:

Wow, the graphics look pretty much the same as in the original Microsoft Train Simulator from 2001. Compared to the Train Sim World, the difference is really striking.

Tomos merivale says:

It’s a deadmans handle, so the train doesn’t crash if driver dies or falls asleep

SBFR Trains says:

that is the drivers safety device also named as DSD

Kino Zomby says:

Is this PC only?

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Martin Featherstone says:

Get out more you sad act

Wasserfeld says:

We’ve all got fond memories of the Clapham Jun area…

London Waterloo, Vauxhall, Queenstown Rd, Clapham Jun, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Malden, Berrylands, Surbiton, Esher, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge, Byfleet & New Haw, West Byfleet, Woking, Worplesdon, Guildford, Farncombe, Godalming, Milford, Witley, Haslemere.

Bokken_brus Norsk_gaming says:

The pedal is so the driver dosent sleep

Matt Seymour says:

I’ve just bought the new 2019 train sim version but when loaded up the game it says 2018 and seems the same as before. What do I do to update it?

Ya boi Taku says:

Why is it south west trains instead of south western railway?

Phil Marshall says:

The Q key cancels all alarms (AWS, dsd, etc…) in train simulator:)

Desmond Blenio says:

Colonel’s Daring Flamboyant ‘hang your rules’ Railroad, coming soon with more bulldozers!

Jo Bowler says:

How do I update it to 2019

papasmurfette007 says:

Cooking bacon in the toilets, eh. Great place for a butty…

Stephen Dew says:

Just an FYI that wasn’t a South Eastern Railway service, that was a Southern service. Southeastern operate in Kent and along the HS1 line. Hello nerds.

Youtube Viewer says:

will this be avalible on PS4 ?

Alexander Goldie says:

the speeding is cringeworthy!!

UA says:

How do you get good FPS on this route, all I get is 16FPS, bloody useless

TommyKiryu 777 says:

**Passes through Earlsfield*
“…is this Vauxhall?”
**hard facepalm*

RailSim Gamer says:

To Stop the “smoke alarm sound” hit the E key that will stop the little sod for about 2 minutes 😀

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