Bus simulator 21

I’m looking forward to my new game that I’m getting for my PlayStation4

Bus Simulator 21 is an upcoming bus simulator game developed by Stillalive Studios and published by Astragon Entertainment. It is developed on the Unreal Engine 4. It will be the sixth in the Bus Simulator series, and is the direct sequel to Bus Simulator 18. The game is scheduled to be released on the 7th of September, 2021 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Bus Simulator 21 takes place in “Angel Shores”, a new fictional modern city located in the United States which is based on the San Francisco Bay Area. The game will feature a coastline and districts like Chinatown. In addition to the California map, the game will have a revised “Seaside Valley” map from its predecessor Bus Simulator 18. Vehicle-wise, the game introduces a double-decker bus — such as the officially-licensed Alexander Dennis Enviro500 — as well as electric buses to the series.[2] Further licensed bus brands include Blue Bird, BYD, Grande West, Iveco, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Scania, Setra and Volvo. The game will also offer a cooperative multiplayer mode

this was made by Simon Schofield


Rothbury August 2021.

It was really nice going back to Rothbury again with my dad this is where I use to go with my granddad and my grandma when I use to go to my grandmas and granddads caravan when me and my brother Dan were little. It really brought back a lot of memories going they again and I really enjoyed it we use to bring Zack the dog here to and the caravan was was in Longframlington but we use to come here from the caravan.


Arriving 19th August, Boston Sprinter will put you in control at the throttle of electric, diesel, and cab car equipment!

Dating back to 1978, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has called on Electro-Motive F40PH family locomotives to power its commuter trains, and on the Train Sim World 2 Boston Sprinter route you’ll take the throttle of MBTA’s latest version of the landmark locomotive, the EMD/MPI F40PH-3C (above), which features a traditional engineer’s control stand (below).

Enabling MBTA “push-pull” operations on the upcoming Train Sim World 2 Boston Sprinter route will be the commuter carrier’s veteran Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm (MBB) CTC-3 cab car (above), aboard which you’ll handle the car’s relatively simple but efficient controls (below).

MBTA’s single track and scenic Stoughton Branch is included in the upcoming Train Sim World 2 Boston Sprinter route and brings yet another memorable experience to the line. MBTA CTC-3 cab car 1527 is leading a Boston-bound train on the branch at Canton Center (above), while F40PH-3C 1073 provides the power from the rear of the train (below).

The railroading action is intense at Hyde Park as a MBTA express commuter overtakes a local train preparing to make its station stop (above). And at historic Canton Viaduct, Amtrak ACS-64 603 has a Boston-bound intercity train on the move (below). Get ready to climb aboard on the Corridor – with the upcoming Train Sim World 2 Boston Sprinter route!

This blog was made by Simon Schofield and for information go to dovetail live for tsw2