4.2 Subway trains

4.2.5 Great Britain

LU 1938

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a 1938 stock subway train
Description:
London Underground electric subway train, 1938 stock. The train consists of 7 cars, of which 3 motorized and 4 motorless cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with moving brake and power handles and working indicators.

 

 

 
# of veh.:
7
 
Total length:
109 m 
 
Total weight:
156 t 
 
Traction pwr:
Ca. 752 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
3rd and 4th rails 630 V DC
 
Max velocity:
 
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
Around 1938
Creator:
John Owen
Steve Green
Robert Glass
David White
Kelvin Liu kliu170389@hotmail.com
Alan Lee
solidbond
Lines:
LU Central Line, Epping--Ongar 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
In OpenBVE there may be a problem with non-transparency that shows as blue squares around the brake and power handles. That has been fixed in the download provided at this website.
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The website where this train was distributed has disappeared from the Internet long ago. While there is no official website for the train, it can be downloaded from this website.
To download from this website:
London Underground 1938 stock, sound adapted for Epping--Ongar route, panel adapted to work with OpenBVE without transparency problems.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-21

A60/A62

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a A60/A62 subway train
Description:
LU class A60/A62 subway train. The only difference between class A60 and class A62 is that they are manufactured in different batches. Drivers stand with speedometer. The power and brake handles moves with the simulation.
 
# of veh.:
4
 
Total length:
Ca. 65 m 
 
Total weight:
107 t 
 
Traction pwr:
 
 
Max load:
Power source:
3rd and 4th rail 630 V DC
 
Max velocity:
110 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S
 
Vintage:
1960--1962, refurbished 1994--1998
Creator:
David White
Lines:
LUL East London line 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
About the class A60 and A62 subway trains at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The website that hosted this train has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-19

 
This is search 7407 in the (English language) vehicle directory

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