Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller
Extend the functionality according to your needs
SCARM can be expanded with various free or paid extension modules in order to get new functions and features. See the list of available modules below and review the supplied information to know more in order to select and download the desired extensions.
How to install the extension modules?
The free add-on modules can be downloaded and used instantly (no account required), while the commercial modules must be paid prior to downloading and activating (account registration is required). To register a new user account, to login or to view your already existing account, click on the appropriate link below:|
Please note that all module downloads must be initiated from SCARM in order to be properly registered and activated in the system. Use "Extensions" > "Browse for Extensions" menu command within SCARM to open this page. After that you will be able to get the free modules or to login into your account and download the already purchased commercial modules.
|Model Trains Simulator – Starter Edition |
Intended for fast and easy 2D and 3D simulations of running trains on the track plan in order to get idea about how the rolling stock will be operated on the real layout. The free version is equipped with Basic Train Controller and is bundled with a Demo Start Set containing one locomotive and 10 cars. Get it
|Model Trains Simulator – Power Edition |
Intended for advanced 2D and 3D simulations of running trains on the track plan in order to get idea about how the rolling stock will be operated on more complex layouts. This version is equipped with the Power Train Controller which can work with up to 5 locomotives and 50 cars per simulation session and provides access to the Virtual Rolling Stock database containing various models of European and North American trains. See more
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Polish translation by Artur Schwartz.