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Weardale & Teesdale Network-Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 25 июня 2015 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The broad network of railway lines connected some of the north east's largest town and cities
with collieries across the Pennines, with the first line opening in 1825 that connected the
collieries near Shildon with Stockton-on-Tees via Darlington.
At this time, the line was a mere 25 miles in length, but by 1860 it had grown considerably
with extensions and branches to virtually every corner of Weardale and Teesdale, covering
more than 100 miles. The original line is probably most famous as being the world's first
public railway to use steam locomotives when they were first introduced in 1833.
The area was linked with a prestigious and long list of railway heritage, with several railway-
related works and engineering facilities to be found throughout the network. Darlington
Railway Works, responsible for the building of many steam and diesel locomotives, was built
in 1863 and survived until the Beeching Axe in 1966. Shildon Railway Works, known locally as
'The Wagon Works' as it built many of British Rail's freight revenue vehicles, is also a famous
landmark in the area, closing only recently in 1984 and now home to 'Locomotion', the
National Railway Museum's second site.
Much of this extensive railway network and many of those famous landmarks suffered at the
hands of Dr Beeching, whose sweeping changes to the British rail network in the 1960s
closed many of the branch lines to passenger traffic. As collieries closed and freight traffic
reduced, by 1980 there was virtually nothing left of the famous routes as they were once
known.
Towns such as Crook, Tow Law, Barnard Castle, Piercebridge and Bishop Auckland – once
bustling railway towns – lost their stations and trackbed lifted, and today visitors to the area
would never believe they once had such a rich railway heritage.
The Weardale and & Teesdale Network faithfully recreates the main lines and branch lines
around the area as they were between 1950 and 1960, just before the Beeching closures,
recreating almost all of the 100 miles of rail lines between Durham City, Darlington,
Middleton-in-Teesdale and Wearhead.
Classic BR green liveried diesel traction is also represented, in the guise of the Class 08,
Class 25, Class 37 and Class 101, along with Mk1 blood and custard coaching stock and a number
of freight wagons, including a 21t Mineral Hopper, 16t Mineral Wagon, Five Plank Mineral
Wagon, Six-Wheel Milk Tanker, Presflo Bulk Powders Wagon, 20t Bitumen Tank Wagon, 20t
Toad E Brake Van and 10t Cattle Van.
Also new for the route is a diesel brake tender 'slug' in BR green livery, alongside prototypical
LNER semaphore and colour light signalling throughout the route.
Ключевые особенности
• 200 miles of main lines and branch lines across Weardale and Teesdale, including Durham
City, Darlington, Middleton-in-Teesdale and Wearhead
• LNER semaphore and colour light signalling throughout the route
• BR Class 25 in BR Green livery
• BR Class 101 in BR Green livery
• BR Class 08 in BR Green livery (Quick Drive only)
• BR Class 37 in BR Green livery (Quick Drive only)
• Diesel brake tender 'slug' in BR Green livery
• BR Mk1 'blood and custard' passenger coaches
• Freight wagons, including 21t Mineral Hopper, 16t Mineral Wagon, Five Plank Mineral
Wagon, Six-Wheel Milk Tanker, Presflo Bulk Powders Wagon, 20t Bitumen Tank Wagon, 20t
Toad E Brake Van and 10t Cattle Van.
• Scenarios for the route
• Quick Drive compatible
Сценарии
Seven scenarios for the route:
• Barnard Castle to Bishop Auckland
• Bishop Auckland to Darlington
• Bishop Auckland to Wearhead
• Darlington to Durham
• Darlington to Middleton
• Durham to Barnard Castle
• Shildon to Darlington-

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-BR Class 105 DMU

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 25 июня 2015 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Built by Cravens of Sheffield between 1956 and 1959, the Class 105 operated throughout the
UK on branch lines and rural services in East Anglia, North West and North East England, and
also parts of southern Scotland. The Class 105 could also found on suburban routes out of
London King's Cross before electrification.
Once the stable of North East railways, operating alongside their superior cousins, the Class
101, most of the units that operated in that area were based at the DMU Maintenance Depot
at Bank Top, Darlington. However, some units were based at Heaton Depot, Newcastle and
operated local services to Sunderland, Hartlepool and Durham.
Some Cravens Class 105s were designated as Class 106s, due to them being fitted with
different engines; however they were all later re-classified to Class 105. They were also based
on the BR Mk1 coach body, underframe and bogies, Cravens having built a number of these
coaches for British Rail previously.
Nineteen of the Class ran as three car units, but all of the centre cars had been withdrawn and
re-used in Class 101 trains by 1970. None of the units were selected for refurbishment as they
were candidates for early withdrawal, however they operated in passenger service until 1988
in their BR Corporate Blue livery.
The Class has also fared badly in preservation, with only three vehicles preserved today; a
number of cars were also purchased and sectioned for use as store rooms on North Sea gas
platforms, although it is not known whether any of these sections survived.
The Class 105 for Train Simulator is available in British Railways Green livery and features a
working gear lever, wipers, engine start/stop, AWS, headlamps and tail markers, and
changeable numberboards.
Ключевые особенности
• Class 105 in British Railways Green livery
• Working gear lever
• Wipers
• Engine start/stop
• AWS
• Headlamps and tail markers
• Changeable numberboards
• Quick Drive compatible
• Scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route
Сценарии
Three scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route:
• Barnard Castle to Crook
• Darlington to Barnard Castle
• Darlington to Stanhope-

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-LNER Peppercorn Class K1

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Victory Works/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский | Год выпуска: 1 октября 2015 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The LNER Peppercorn K1 locomotives were built between 1949 and 1950, with the intention
of splitting them between the North Eastern and Eastern Regions. Many K1s would regularly
be seen as far north as Edinburgh and they were frequently used on the West Highland line in
the early days. Many were later allocated to the Eastern Region with a large number going to
March, Cambridgeshire. K1's were used throughout the former LNER network and proved to
be very versatile, working everything from local coal trains to express passenger services.
The K1's were withdrawn and scrapped by 1967: however, No. 62005 was used for a short
time as an emergency boiler and consequently survived into preservation. It has become very
popular on main line rail tours especially on the West Highland Line to Mallaig and has also
sported the un-prototypical, but very fetching, LNER Green Lined livery as No. 2005.
Ключевые особенности
• Simple, Standard and Advanced driving modes, with Xbox controller support (SIMPLE AND
STANDARD MODES ONLY)
• Peppercorn BR Class K1 Locomotive and Tender in 3 authentic liveries: BR Lined Black (BR
lettering and pre and post 1956 logos), BR Lined Black - Worn (BR lettering and pre and
post 1956 logos), LNER Green Lined livery (Preservation era)
• All 70 members of the class with correct shed codes, logos and fittings
• 3 optional headboards for rail tours
• Custom sound sets inside and out recorded from the remaining K1
• Realistic cab with multiple views including head out and a fully modelled firebox and coal
level
• Custom, realistic wheel slip physics and effects with auto detection of weather conditions
(ADVANCED MODE ONLY)
• Simulated steam chest (ADVANCED MODE ONLY)
• Cylinder cock management (ADVANCED MODE ONLY)
• Boiler management with priming damage possible (ADVANCED MODE ONLY)
• Realistic injector control (ADVANCED MODE ONLY)
• Improved dynamic steam and smoke colour and quantity
• Realistic boiler water gauges effected by gradient, acceleration and speed and with blow
down test
• Visual priming effect from chimney when overfilling the boiler
• Dynamic lamp setting on both locomotive and tender
• British Railways (ex-LNER) rolling stock: Double 13 ton bolster wagons with 4 steel loads,
Single 13 ton bolster wagon, Ex-LNER Gas Tank wagons, BR Palbrick brick carrying wagons
(can be loaded or empty), BR 22 ton Plate wagons, BR Trestle AA wagons, Ex-LNER/Private
Owner Mineral wagons, Ex-Private Owner worn livery - Coal, 7 plank wagons, Ex-Private
Owner worn liveries – Coal
Сценарии
Eight scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network Route:
• Back In Service
• Coal to Penrith
• March Surprise
• Passenger Duties
• Pea Souper
• West Durham Rail Tour
• Bricks Without Straw
• April Showers-

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-BR Blue Pack

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 29 октября 2015 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The BR Class 03 was one of the most successful small shunters that British Rail ever
produced, built between 1957 and 1961. With a very short 0-6-0 wheelbase, the Class 03
had a top speed of 28.5mph (46km/h) and found itself working at places like Ipswich Docks
where heavier Class 08s were unable to operate, and as station pilots across the UK network.
Today, a total of 56 in the Class have survived into preservation, with one remaining in active
service until 2008 for Govia Thameslink Railway as a yard shunter.
With a demand for faster, less restrictive diesel locomotives in the early 1960s, the BR Class
25, with its 1,250bhp engine and 90mph (145km/h) top speed, could be seen across the UK
network, earning their affectionate nickname of 'Rat'. Initially designed for freight work, some
'Rats' were fitted with boilers so they could heat passenger trains, in particular on the Crewe
to Cardiff services in the 1980s. In March 1987, the final Class 25 was withdrawn from service
with 20 examples surviving the cutter's torch and today can be found in various states of
operation at heritage railways across the UK.
The diesel-electric BR Class 31 was built by Brush Traction between 1957 and 1962 with
Mirrlees engines and a top operational speed of 80mph (129km/h). Their original 1,250bhp or
1,365bhp engines proved to be unsuccessful, and the fleet was subsequently fitted with
English Electric engines instead – the same motive power as fitted to Class 37s but with a
lower 1,470bhp. The Class 31 is probably best known for its numerous variants, the /0 variant
easily recognisable for its lack of headcode box above the cab, earning the nickname
'Skinhead'.
The sound of 'Tractors' is synonymous to the 1960s, the BR Class 37 being a frequent sight
across the UK, in particular in East Anglia and Scotland hauling InterCity services. Built
between 1960 and 1965 by English Electric at their Vulcan Foundry and Robert Stephenson
and Hawthorns, 309 of the Class were produced. British Rail initially placed an order of 42
locomotives in January 1959, with the remainder of the Class being built between 1960 and
1965, very much as a mixed traffic locomotive, easily pulling coaches or hauling freight.
Built by Cravens between 1956 and 1959, the BR Class 105 had the same side design profile
as Mk1 coaches, utilising the same doors and windows for efficiency and cost saving. A total
of 302 cars were built with 150bhp per engine and a top speed of 70mph (112km/h), initially
made up as three-car (19 units) and two-car configurations. The Class 105 was used
throughout the UK on rural and branch line services in East Anglia, North East and North West
England and parts of Southern Scotland, and also running in and out of London Kings Cross
on suburban services before electrification.
The BR Blue Pack for Train Simulator recreates these popular diesel locomotives as they
worked over the Weardale & Teesdale Network in the 1960s. Also included are PCA, PCAV and
YGH 'Sealion' freight wagons, plus BR Mk1 passenger coaches in blue/grey livery.
Ключевые особенности
• BR Class 03 in BR Corporate Blue livery
• BR Class 25/2 in BR Corporate Blue livery
• BR Class 31/0 in BR Corporate Blue livery
• BR Class 37 in BR Corporate Blue livery
• BR Class 105 in BR Corporate Blue livery
• BR Class 55 in BR Corporate Blue livery (AI only)
• BR Mk1 passenger coaches in BR Blue/Grey livery
• PCA, PCAV and YGH 'Sealion' freight wagons
• Quick Drive compatible
• Scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route
Сценарии
Three scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route:
• Rat Race
• Toffee Apples
• Tractor Traction-

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-BR Class 24

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 5 ноября 2015 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- As the first diesel locomotives to be built at BR's Darlington Works, the Class 24 was built as
part of the British Rail Modernisation Plan in the late 1950s.
The Class 24 was a Sulzer Type 2, Bo-Bo diesel-electric locomotive built between 1958 and
1961, incorporating numerous elements such as off-the-shelf standardised components used
for manufacture, including a Sulzer 6LDA28 diesel engine and a 735Kw British Thomson-
Houston (BTH) electric transmission, producing a total of 1,160hp resulting in a top speed of
75mph (120km/h).
Built at BR's Derby, Crewe and Darlington Works, Class 24s could be seen running services
initially around Derby and Crewe, but eventually across the British Rail network hauling both
passenger and freight. Fifteen of the original 20 locomotives were put into use on the
Southern Region as the Kent Coast electrification scheme was behind schedule, and could
also be spotted in the Eastern Region, London Midland Region, Wales and Lancashire.
Class 24s also took over Condor freight services from London to Glasgow, replacing Class 28s,
and became the foundation for the later Class 25 model.
The first Class 24 to be withdrawn from service was D5051 in November 1967 and by 1979,
all but three Class 24s had been withdrawn from service, 14 of which were scrapped before
receiving a TOPS number. The final locomotive, 24081, was withdrawn in October 1980.
Today, only four of the Class have survived into preservation, D5032 and D5061 at the North
Yorkshire Moors Railway, D5054 at the East Lancashire Railway and 24081 at the
Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway.
The BR Class 24 for Train Simulator recreates the locomotive as it operated for British
Railways throughout the UK in the 1960s, and is available in British Railways corporate
blue/grey livery. Also included are BR Mk1 coaches in corporate blue/grey livery and 40T YGH
'Sealion' ballast wagons.
Ключевые особенности
• BR Class 24 in corporate blue/grey livery
• BR Mk1 coaches in corporate blue/grey livery
• 40T YGH 'Sealion' ballast wagons
• Quick Drive compatible
• Scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route
Сценарии
Three scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route:
• Mickleton to Darlington
• Durham to Darlington
• Shildon to Brandon-

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-LNWR G2 Super D

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: MeshTools/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский | Год выпуска: 8 марта 2017 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (лицензия и пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Designed as a successor to the LNWR's extensive 0-8-0 fleet, which had lineage dating back
to the 1890s, the G2 Class surfaced in the 1920s and, thanks to its developments, was able to
dominate the LNWR and LMS network right through to the end of steam. To rekindle the fire
of a bygone era, the LNWR G2 comes to authentic life within Train Simulator, ready for
contemporary mixed-traffic service courtesy of Partner Programme Developer MeshTools.
Building upon the previous iteration of 0-8-0 locomotives became nothing short of a habit for
the LNWR, and early examples such as the A Class were consistently rebuilt to incorporate
new features. One particular class of locomotive, the G2, was designed as a more capable 0-
8-0 than the earlier G1, which in turn was essentially a superheated D Class. Upgraded
features such as a higher boiler pressure, strengthened frames, large axles and axle boxes
plus a redesigned and strengthened direct acting joy valve gear were all present in the G2,
and the 60 locomotives which were produced were all entirely new builds.
While the LNWR G2 Class comprised of an average-sized fleet, the overall number of active
0-8-0s totalled up to 502 – the 4th largest fleet of the LMS and 6th largest of British
Railways. With numbers running high, the LNWR 0-8-0s were a regular sight across the
network, and the G2s, with their various advancements, proved popular for nearly any duty.
Freight, passenger, banking, shunting, you name it and a G2 would often be at the helm.
As the now-merged LMS began to further innovate in locomotive design, with Sir William
Stanier producing iconic designs such as the LMS Black 5, Jubilee and Princess Coronation
Classes, the LNWR 0-8-0s managed to stand their ground as a worthy piece of the railway
puzzle. Surprisingly, the G2 fleet became subject to a number of Stanier-overseen upgrades,
the net result being that no two G2s were ever quite the same.
Having served since 1921, the G2s were starting to age alongside even older LNWR 0-8-0s. It
was decided that a further development process would be undertaken, and the result was the
LMS 7F. Also known as the G3, nicknamed Austin 7, the LMS 7F followed on from the G2 and
featured a long travel Walschaerts valve gear and higher boiler pressure, and was intended to
allow the 0-8-0s to retire. The 7Fs were fantastic when they worked, however they were very
prone to failures. Inadequate axle boxes from Derby's 4F spelled an early end for the
expensive to run and rarely available 7F fleet, the last of which was withdrawn in 1959.
Having outlived their 'successors', the G2 locomotives lived on until 1964, with the last two
leaving service at the end of that year. Out of the 60 LNWR G2 locomotives, which were
known by many as the Super Ds, only one survived into preservation. Today, 49395 lives in
Shildon as part of the National Railway Museum's collection.
The LNWR G2 Class for Train Simulator authentically recreates the mixed-traffic icon in clean
and weathered LNWR, LMS and BR liveries, complete with contemporary freight rolling stock
and a bonus LNER J94 and LNER J50 steam locomotives in weathered BR Black livery.
Ключевые особенности
• LNWR G2 Class in clean and weathered LNWR, LMS and BR liveries
• LNER J94 and LNER J50 Class locomotives in weathered BR Black livery
• Accurate regulator and reverser operation
• Regulator that can freely move, sometimes even shut itself!
• Braking can cause the wheels to lock up, and is less effective at higher speeds
• Realistic Brake fade effect
• Water level gauge glass simulation
• Overfilling the boiler can cause carry over
• Gravity and steam-powered, front and rear, finite sanding
• Advanced adhesion simulation
• Advanced firing and injectors, for firing, a custom-written auto-fireman will allow you to
focus on the driving
• Dynamic smoke effect and fire mass
• Detailed manual to guide you on learning the intricacies of the LNWR G2
• Scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network (available to purchase separately)
• Quick Drive compatible
Сценарии
• [G2] 03:50 Darlington to Middleton Teesdale
• [G2] Diversion
• [G2] G2 on tour
• [J94] Deliveries-

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-LNER Raven Q6

Подробное описание

Разработчик/издатель: Victory Works/Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский | Год выпуска: 1 марта 2018 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Brace yourself for a real challenge as Victory Works bring Sir Vincent Raven's powerful fleet of
LNER Q6s to life on the Weardale & Teesdale Network – the first public route to use steam
locomotives! You'll be taking control of a locomotive that was specially designed for freight-
pulling power and testing yourself against every difficulty the Pro Range label can throw at
you.
The operational characteristics of the LNER Q6 are complex and the simulation captures them
as such. Advanced mode can be toggled depending on how you wish to experience the LNER
Q6 – when enabled you can look forward to; realistic wheelslip, simulated steam chest,
realistic train pipe and reservoir vacuum braking, cylinder cock management, boiler
management with priming possible, realistic injector control and realistic 'by the shovel'
stoking with synchronised sound.
Being such a successful class the Q6s were rarely modified substantially, however they did
have unique details such as steam heat dials, external vacuum brake pipes, piston caps, and
overhead warning labels. We've lovingly recreated these optional fittings meaning you can
decide how you wish to represent a particular member of the class!
These incredible trains were in service for more than 50 years but the only way to experience
their majesty in the modern world is here on Train Sim! Try this epic chapter in traction history
today and make their story your own!
Ключевые особенности
Raven Q6 (NER Class T2) Locomotive
- NER Early Lined Livery (Small number plate)
- NER Late Lined Livery (Large number plate)
- LNER Black livery
- LNER Wartime Black Livery
- LNER Post-War Black Livery
- British Railways 1948-49 Livery
- British Railways 1950-56 Livery
- British Railways 1956-67 Livery
- Preserved NER Lined Livery
- Preserved British Railways Livery
• Custom sound sets inside and out
• Optional parts and fittings including steam heat dial, external vacuum brake
• pipe, 5 types of piston cap, overhead warning labels and more
• Dynamic steam and smoke colour and quantity
• Realistic boiler water gauges effected by gradient, acceleration and speed
• and with blow down test
• Opening windows (with rain effects) and roof hatch
• Dynamic lamp setting
• Cab light effects including flickering firebox glow
• Atmospheric AI effects
Rolling stock
- BR Conflat S
- NER 20 ton Hopper
- NER 12 ton 6 Plank Wagon
- NER 13 ton Steel Wagon
- LNER/BR Brake Van
Сценарии
• Raven Q6: [1] Supplying the Power
• Raven Q6: [2] Water, water everywhere
• Raven Q6: [3] Ice Cold in… Penrith
• Raven Q6: [4] Wearhead Goods, Part 1
• Raven Q6: [5] Wearhead Goods, Part 2
• Raven Q6: [6] Darlington Rail Tour-
-Как установить:

Train Simulator

Запустите приложение Utilities, расположенное в папке игрой. Далее перейдите на вкладку "Менеджер пакетов (Package Manager)", нажмите кнопку "Обновить (Refresh)", после чего появится окно, разделённое на две части.
Дополнение (только в формате RWP) устанавливается путём его перетаскивания на левую часть окна (таким образом можно установить сразу несколько дополнений). Или же можно нажать на кнопку "Установить (Install)" и указать путь к дополнению.
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