In general, this version comes with new "Ramp" figure in the Figures panel, one new conversion tool in the "Tools" menu, several interface improvements, new and updated track libraries and with many bugfixes.
This layout represents Østerport station in Denmark from Ep. III / Transition era, before the depot burned down in the late 60’s. It is created by Frankie Christians, who is a Danish engine driver and has been driving trains in and out that station since 1986
For the fans of TT scale (they are small in number, but very devoted ) - compact track plan featuring fictional scene with single folded line and a small station. The layout allows longer running time for both passenger and freight trains as well as some shunting/switching operations in the station.
And finally, one nice around-the-walls attic layout project in OO gauge, featuring double two-way main line with several industrial branches and yards. The track plan is suitable for continuous running of up to two trains on the main line as well as for many shunting/switching operations in the branches.
Small oval LEGO layout for playing with LEGO trains and testing of the new 10277 Crocodile locomotive set. For all of you who have small kids or grandchildren, the LEGO trains IMHO are the best way to enter in the hobby