Bletchley is a railway station that serves the southern parts of Milton Keynes, England (especially Bletchley itself), and the north-eastern parts of the Buckinghamshire district of Aylesbury Vale. It is 47 miles (75 km) northwest of Euston, about 32 miles (51 km) east of Oxford and 17 miles (27 km) west of Bedford, and is one of the six railway stations serving the Milton Keynes urban area.
This detailed, geo specific and accurate, 3D terrain model, covers an area encompassing 20 sq km including, multiple rail lines and yards with Bletchley station centrally positioned. 13 different training routes (Moves) were accurately created in detail, with detailed signage, selectable signalling and points.
This Real-time scenario was modelled for use in rail driver training. Its primary purpose was for drivers to view and understand new and remodelled rail lines and upgrades, helping them to fully learn new routes, prior to driving them for real.
This project can also be used for signal sighting development and planning reviews.
The project was done in conjunction with Track Access Services Ltd.