• Train Simulator LIRR M3 Coming Soon

    Train Simulator LIRR M3 Coming Soon

    A Long Island legend is coming soon, see the first screens of the
    LIRR M3 for Train Simulator Classic.

    The iconic M3 will soon be arriving for Long Island Rail Road: New
    York – Hicksville in Train Simulator Classic. Featuring its iconic
    yellow and grey livery the M3 cars stretch 85-feet in length and are
    constructed of stainless steel. Operating on D.C. current from LIRR’s
    third-rail system they are powered by four 160-horsepower traction
    motors. The versatile EMUs are built in two-car “married pairs,”
    operate at speeds up to 80 mph (129 km/h) on the LIRR.

    Take the realistic controls of this EMU and join the M7 on this
    action-packed commuter railroad as you tour the 45 miles and 30
    stations featured in the Long Island Rail Road route. The M3 includes
    three new career scenarios for you to master, or you can take to the
    rails with Quick Drive to set your own journey. Drive into the famous
    Penn Station in Manhattan, head West to Atlantic Terminal, take
    commuters to Hicksville, or experience the bustle of the always-busy
    Jamaica Station.

    The M3 is coming soon to Train Simulator Classic, first screens
    below. Long Island Rail Road is featured in the Steam Winter Sale
    ending today with 30% off.


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