4.4 Trains

4.4.2 Great Britain

37

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 37 diesel-electric engine
Description:
Train with class 37 diesel-electric engine. The simulated train used with the Birmingham Cross-City South line consists of 1 engine and 6 passenger cars (class Mk. 1). Photorealistic driver's stand and working indicators. The train comes in 2 versions: One with a passenger car consist and one with a freight consist.
 
# of veh.:
7
 
Total length:
Ca. 131 m 
 
Total weight:
365 t 
 
Traction pwr:
 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
140 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S ATS-P ATC EB
 
Vintage:
1960--1965
Creator:
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
David White
Tony Haylor
Andy Slater
Don Clarke
Lines:
Tyne Valley 
Birmingham Cross-City South 
Clarendon 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Wikipedia on the class 37, A lot of photos of the class 37
Misc.:
The following keys are assigned to control various functions on this engine: The Quick start guide for this engine states the following procedure:
  1. Move reverser from neutral to forward and then back to neutral
  2. Cancel AWS horn
  3. Start the engine
  4. Move reverser to forward
  5. Set train lights
  6. Release brake
  7. Open throttle
Download from:
The website where this train was distributed has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Class 37 for BVE 4, which also works with OpenBVE
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-21

 
This is search 7422 in the (English language) vehicle directory

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