[DLC] Chatham Main Line - London-Gilli
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Chatham Main Line - London-Gillingham-Разработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 19 мая 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The line was originally built by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway (LC&DR), starting at
London's second busiest termini, London Victoria. The station originally opened in October
1860 as the eventual terminus for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway; however,
two years later an expansion to the station was built for the LC&DR.
Running from London Victoria, the line passes the famous Battersea Power Station and criss-
crosses lines to south London stations such as Clapham Junction. After Wandsworth Road
and Clapham High Street, the line diverges through Herne Hill, West Dulwich, Penge East and
Beckenham Junction; services can also take the Catford Loop Line, which passes through
Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye and Catford.
The lines merge again at Shortlands and head into Kent, crossing the South Eastern Main Line
(which serves other London termini such as Charing Cross or Cannon Street) and the main line
between Ashford and Swanley.
Between Farningham Road and Longfield, the Chatham Main Line crosses the junction
previously used by Eurostar trains from Waterloo International to pick up High Speed One.
Although the line still exists, it is reserved for emergency use only by Class 395 'Javelins'.
After crossing the River Medway, the line runs through the Medway Towns and follows the
North Kent coastal towns to Faversham before splitting to either Ramsgate and Margate or
Folkestone and Dover.
The line has passed between several operators in its life; at the time of sectorisation, the line
was operated by Network SouthEast and transferred to Connex South Eastern after
privatisation. Today the line is operated by Southeastern, part of the Govia Group, who
operate Class 375s and Class 465s from the capital to the Medway Towns and the Kent Coast.
Southeastern operate via two different routes, services from the Kent Coast travel to Bromley
South and via the original route through Kent House and West Dulwich into Victoria, while
services originating in the Medway towns frequent the Catford Loop via Denmark Hill into the
Updates to the line and rolling stock in recent years have seen Southeastern's roster of four-
car Class 375 units repainted into the company's new dark blue livery, which at the same time
some of Class 465/9s that operate out of Gillingham and Rochester are receiving an interior
refresh as part of the refurbishment programme. In December 2015, a new station at
Rochester was also opened to cope with modern passenger demand and longer trains
operating on the route. The original station had stood since the early 1890s, with the new
station sited 500m west of the original structure.
• 48 mile (69km) Chatham Main Line route between London Victoria and Gllingham (Kent),
with a short extension to Rainham
• Catford Loop Line serving Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye and Catford
• Orpington Branch serving Petts Wood and Chislehurst
• Standard UK colour light signalling throughout the route
• Class 465 in Southeastern 'Grey Stripe' livery and 'Blue Stripe' livery
• Class 375/3, Class 375/6 and Class 375/7 in Southeastern 'Dark Blue' livery
• Scenarios for the route
• Quick Drive compatible
Eight scenarios for the route:
• 1S24 0937 London Victoria to Ramsgate
• 2C74 2103 Dover Priory to London Victoria
• 2K90 0708 Gillingham to London Victoria
• 2M90 0748 London Victoria to Beckenham Junction
• 2M82 1540 London Victoria to Orpington
• 2K78 1452 Dover Priory to London Victoria
• 1B90 0932 Bromley South to London Victoria
• 2K08 0758 London Victoria to Rochester- -BR Blue Diesel Electric Pack
Подробное описаниеРазработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 19 мая 2016 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- The BR Class 09 is a class of 0-6-0 diesel locomotives originally designed for shunting and
short distance freight trips along branch lines. In total, 26 of the Class were built, similar in
appearance and specification to the Class 08 but with different gearing to deliver a higher top
The BR Class 33, also known as 'Type 3' or 'Crompton', was built specifically for the Southern
Region between 1960 and 1962. A total of 98 locomotives were built with the ability to
supply new electric train heating, rather than the ubiquitous steam heating which was
prevalent in BR's passenger rolling stock. Although generally based in the southern part of the
England, the locomotives were found as far north as York and South Lanarkshire during their
The electro-diesel BR Class 73 was one of the few locomotives built by British Rail with dual
power control. With an increase in electrification in the Southern Region, the Class 73 was
designed to operate on the 650/750V DC third rail system, as well as on non-electrified track
with its diesel engine. Between 1984 and 2005, Class 73 locomotives were used as traction
on Gatwick Express services, in partnership with Class 489 Gatwick Luggage Vans as push-
With electrification of the Southern Region, BR introduced a number of Electric Multiple Units
(EMUs), including the BR Class 416 '2EPB'. Built over a three year period from 1953, the 2EPB
was intended for inner suburban passenger services around London, and were in service as
late as the 1980s on North London line services between Richmond and North Woolwich.
The BR Class 421 (originally '4CIG' before TOPS introduction) EMUs were built at BR York
Works between 1964 and 1972. The units were originally allocated to Brighton Main Line
services, with a second batch allocated to services around Portsmouth, although latterly spent
time across the Southern Region. The 4CIG is probably most famous for its 'slam door'
nickname, so called as newer units with sliding or plug doors were introduced.
The Rail Blue (or Monastral Blue) livery became standard across BR's roster from 1965
onwards. The colour was, in fact, a dark, greyish blue designed to hide dirt well, although this
was often portrayed inaccurately in photographs. The colour was applied to all diesel and
electric locomotives, with the exception of the ends, which were painted yellow to improve
visibility to lineside workers; the livery was also applied to coaching stock and multiple units
with some variations.
The first break in Rail Blue uniformity came in 1976 with the introduction of a blue/grey livery
or what was known as BR Corporate Blue at the time, on InterCity 125 (HST) sets – the blue
colour being carried around to the front of HST sets. This blue also incorporated a marginally
darker and richer blue pigment to further hide the oily residues left by the predominant diesel
emissions of locomotives at the time. However, most traction maintenance depots around the
country were forced to source their paints from local suppliers. This situation resulted in
different shades of both the blue and the yellow being applied to locomotives – some
locomotives were almost turquoise in colour while others were almost royal blue.
By the mid-1980s, both Rail and Corporate Blue liveries had been replaced on all BR
locomotives and coaching stock in favour of the newer InterCity 'Red Stripe' and InterCity
• BR Class 09 in BR Blue livery
• BR Class 33 in BR Blue livery
• BR Class 73 in BR Blue livery
• BR Class 416 '2EPB' in BR Blue livery
• BR Class 421 '4CIG' in BR Blue livery
• OBA wagons and General Utility Vehicles (GUVs)
• Quick Drive compatible
• Scenarios for the Chatham Main Line: London-Gillingham route
Three scenarios for the Chatham Main Line: London-Gillingham route:
• Going Back in Time (Class 421 '4CIG')
• Night Shunter (Class 09)
• Paper Run (Class 73)-
Подробное описаниеРазработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 19 октября 2017 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Derived from the 2-BIL EMUs of the Southern Railway, the 2-HAL fleet was built with the
purpose of populating the spate of newly-electrified main lines in Kent – from London Victoria
and Charing Cross to Gillingham and Maidstone. The electrification project was monumental,
and would transform the Chatham Main, North Kent and Medway Valley lines into how they
more-or-less stand today.
As the railways were modernised, engineers at Eastleigh and Lancing Works began to produce
a fleet of 76 brand new electric multiple units. The on-order fleet for the Southern Railway
was of similar specification to the older 2-BIL, the most significant change was half as many
toilets (Bi–Lavatory/Half Lavatory), however differences in construction lead to quite a
different aesthetic for the new units.
The construction of the 2-HALs beat the electrification project, and so the new fleet was ran-
in on the Southern Railway's central section – running suburban services out of London
Victoria – until Kent's modernisation was complete. 2-HALs would finally arrive in Kent, more
specifically the Chatham Main Line, in July 1939, and get to work on commuter services to
Maidstone and Gillingham.
Services formed of 2-HAL sets, typically in 8 or 10-car formation (8/10-HAL), would depart
London Victoria and split at the relocated Swanley station, with each half bound for
Gillingham and Maidstone respectively, before performing the opposite operation on the
journey back up to the capital. 2-HALs would also work the North Kent 'metro' services, them
too splitting at Strood and serving Gillingham and Maidstone out of London Charing Cross &
Perhaps the most prestigious working that the 2-HALs partook was long distance services
from Gillingham to Portsmouth, these weekend excursions were mainly put in place for naval
personnel but could also accommodate regular passengers. The popularity of the 2-HALs was
so just, that a second batch was fulfilled at the outbreak of war.
The Second World War was harsh on the 2-HALs, but none were totally destroyed, instead
they would survive beyond the conflict and eventually wind up on the Brighton Main Line in
the advent of the 1955 Kent Coast electrification scheme. The final passenger work for the 2-
HALs, which had now been officially re-classified as the BR Class 402, was on the Coastway
routes out of Brighton.
Some Class 402s were re-purposed as parcel stock, but all services ceased in 1971.
Throughout the next several years, the entire fleet would be sold for scrap, none survived into
preservation. The 2-HALs' story has spanned decades, and a new chapter is opened as this
Kentish classic is ready to enjoy in Train Simulator!
• 2-HAL EMU in Southern Green and BR Blue liveries
• Era-appropriate features; Southern Green is fitted with a whistle, and BR Blue is fitted with
a two-tone horn etc.
• Early prototypical 'Southern Region style' cab
• Dynamic headcode functionality
• Intricately detailed, period, passenger compartment view
• A trio of 'alternative reality' Career scenarios for the Chatham Main Line – London to
Gillingham Route Add-On – no 2-HALS survived into preservation, what if that was not the
• Quick Drive compatible
The BR Class 402 2-HAL EMU Add-on includes three challenging career scenarios for the
Chatham Main Line - London-Gillingham Route Add-On:
• Hals Odyssey
• A Journey with Hal
• Hal and The Smoke-
Подробное описаниеРазработчик/издатель: Dovetail Games | Язык дополнения: английский, французский и немецкий | Год выпуска: 1 февраля 2018 | Совместимость: Train Simulator (только пиратка)-Если вам понравилось это дополнение, вы можете приобрести его в цифровом магазине Steam.- Soak in the sights, sounds and smells of a venerable route with almost 200 years of history,
but which still runs both passenger and freight services across the Kentish countryside. With a
range of locos and multiple units tearing down the tracks between lovingly rendered, true-to-
life stations this is the route for all fans of English rail!
The South Eastern Railway was established in 1836 to build a railway line which would link
London and the coastal town of Dover, a key port with connections to mainland Europe. The
line was sedate, but bustling. Passenger, fruit and hops traffic became a staple of the line
between Maidstone and Paddock Wood, and despite opposition from residents, and even the
Mayor of the county town, there was little denying that the railway was proving beneficial. So
beneficial in fact, that it was decided to extend the line further north, continuing to follow the
path of the stunning Medway Valley.
One striking feature of the route is that the Medway Valley Line retained its semaphore
signalling. It would not be until 2005 that the line was finally brought up to modern standard
with colour-light signalling, however some still remain open and can be seen in-game,
especially at stations like Cuxton where the level crossing is still hand-operated gates.
Today, the line is a community rail service operated by Southeastern. The same service
pattern is in effect, and is typically formed of 3-car Class 375/3 Electrostars, although Class
466s are used on occasion, and Class 465s have also been used in years prior. An extra
service pattern was trialled in 2011 and is now permanent, Southeastern Highspeed Class
395s operate in the morning and evening peaks to Maidstone West, calling only at Snodland
before heading to/from London St Pancras.
When brought into Train Simulator, the Medway Valley Line will complement the Chatham
Main Line by bringing you a quieter side to Southeastern services while unlocking freight
potential across the picturesque countryside. Kent is called 'The Garden of England' for a
reason – so get out there and see for yourself!
• 48 mile route From London Victoria to Orpington & Rainham via Kent House and Denmark
• 27 mile route from Strood to Tonbridge, including Tonbridge West Yard
• 7 mile route from Strood to Gravesend, including Hoo Junction
• BR Class 59/0 in Blue & Grey Livery
• BR Class 59/2 in DB Schenker Livery
• BR JNA, JHA, MEA, MFA and MXA Wagons in various liveries
• BR Class 465/0 in Southeastern 'Grey Stripe' livery
• BR Class 465/1 in Southeastern 'Blue Stripe' livery
• BR Class 375/3/6/7 in Southeastern Dark Blue livery
• BR Class 377/1/3 in Southern, ex. Southern and Southeastern Dark Blue liveries
• Quick Drive Compatibility
This add-on includes a range of scenarios for all the included locomotives:
•  01. 2T19 0904 Tonbridge to Strood
•  02. 2T24 1004 Strood to Tonbridge
•  03. 1B89 0638 Gillingham (Kent) to London Cannon Street
•  04. 1E95 1830 London Cannon Street to Strood/Maidstone West
•  05. 6Y93 0935 Purley Foster Yeoman to Hoo Junction Up Yard
•  06. 6V18 1120 Allington A.R.C. Sdg. to Whatley Quarry: Part 1
•  07. 6V18 1120 Allington A.R.C. Sdg. to Whately Quarry: Part 2
• [Railfan Mode] Hoo Junction
• [Railfan Mode] Maidstone Barracks
• [Railfan Mode] Strood
• [Railfan Mode] Tonbridge-Обратите внимание: в состав дополнения входят ассеты (Assets) маршрута Chatham Main Line - London-Gillingham, необходимые для корректной работы.
А так же добавлен (Assets) DB Schenker Class 59/2, используемый в сценариях.- -Как установить:
Train SimulatorЗапустите 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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