This add-on, which was created on behalf of the Berliner Verein Historische S-Bahn e.V., shows everyday life on the Berlin S-Bahn as it once was. The year 2006, the year of the Football World Cup in Germany, was chosen as the date. This does not fit in with the fact that at this time all the old trains had already disappeared from the S-Bahn network and that all the supervisory staff, with a few exceptions, had disappeared from the stations. But it could have been otherwise... The trains are operated by radio or light signal, announcements are made on the platforms. 11 scenarios reflect a day at the Berlin S-Bahn with 12 hours travel time. One day - spread over 4 seasons and different weather conditions - with many conceivable and actual facets of the operation of the Berlin S-Bahn.
The included S-Bahn, a "rivet-reco" of the class 476.3 brings the old Berlin S-Bahn song back to the city. Driving and especially braking needs to be practised. The train has a single release brake. The brake can be applied in several steps, but can only be released in one. It is a real challenge to place a train of 135m length to the platform of 145m length.