4.4 Trains

4.4.2 Great Britain

142

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 142 diesel multiple unit
Description:
Nothern Rail diesel-hydraulic DMU class 142. The train consists of 2 motorized cars. Photorealistic driver's stand.

 

 

 

 

 
# of veh.:
2
 
Total length:
31 m 
 
Total weight:
48 t 
 
Traction pwr:
336 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
120 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S EB
 
Vintage:
1985--1987
Creator:
?
Lines:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Unknown
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
Can be downloaded from the website BVE4Trains
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-28

156

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 156 diesel multiple unit
Description:
Northern Rail diesel-hydraulic DMU class 156. The train consists of 2 motorized cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with moving control handles and working indicators.

 

 

 
# of veh.:
2
 
Total length:
46 m 
 
Total weight:
79 t 
 
Traction pwr:
426 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
121 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1987--1989
Creator:
John Owen
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
Zane Saxton
Miles Codrington
Lines:
Tyne Valley 
Barrow-Sellafield 
Clarendon 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The websites where this train was distributed have disappeared from the Internet long, long ago
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-28

158

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 158 DMU
Description:
BR class 158 DMU. The train consists of 2 motorized cars. Realistic driver's stand with speedometer, manometers (pressure gauges) and pilot lamp. The power and break handles moves with the simulation in OpenBVE.
 
# of veh.:
2
 
Total length:
47 m 
 
Total weight:
Ca. 76 t 
 
Traction pwr:
520 kW 
 
Max load:
414 pax. seated.
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
140 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S EB
 
Vintage:
1989--1992
Creator:
?
Lines:
Clarendon 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
About the class 158 DMU at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this train has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-22

170 Turbostar

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 170 DMU
Description:
BR class 170 DMU. The train consists of 3 coupled such units. Photorealistic driver's stand with working indicators and controls. This train has the British safety system AWS in OpenBVE.
 
# of veh.:
3
 
Total length:
71 m 
 
Total weight:
135 t 
 
Traction pwr:
945 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
160 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1998-2005
Creator:
David White
John Owen
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
Anthony Bowden
Zane Saxton
Miles Codrington
Oskari Saarekas
Jason Morgan
Chris Cobley
Lines:
Clarendon 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
About the class 170 DMU at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
BVE4trains
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-22

220 Voyager

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 220 diesel multiple unit
Description:
Class 220 Voyager high-speed diesel-electric MU. The train consists of 4 MU cars. Photorealistic driver's stand.

 

 
# of veh.:
4
 
Total length:
94 m 
 
Total weight:
186 t 
 
Traction pwr:
2240 kW 
 
Max load:
200 Pax.
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
200 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
EB
 
Vintage:
2000-2001
Creator:
Lines:
Tyne Valley 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The website where this train was distributed has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-29

314

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 314 electric multiple unit
Description:
BR class 314 EMU. The train consists of 3 permanently coupled motorized cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with speedometer and manometers (pressure gauges)

 

 

 
# of veh.:
3
 
Total length:
Ca. 60 m 
 
Total weight:
102 t 
 
Traction pwr:
656 kW 
 
Max load:
Ca. 212 seats
Power source:
Overhead wire 25 kV, 50 Hz
 
Max velocity:
121 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S ATS-P
 
Vintage:
Ca. 1979
Creator:
David White
Lines:
Moorgate - Drayton Park 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
For the route Moorgate - Drayton Park class 314 is used in OpenBVE instead of class 313 that is used on that route in real life. The reason is that in OpenBVE the simulation of class 314 is better than that of class 313. The difference in real life is that class 313 also can run on 750 V DC from a 3rd rail. In OpenBVE this difference does not matter.
Download from:
The website BVE in Glasgow, where this train was distributed, has disappeared long ago from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26

323

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 323 electric multiple unit
Description:
BR class 323 EMU. The train consists of 3 permanently coupled motorized cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with speedometer and manometers (pressure gauges). Moving master controller that follows the simulation in BVE.

 

 
# of veh.:
3
 
Total length:
Ca. 71 m 
 
Total weight:
103 t 
 
Traction pwr:
1168 kW 
 
Max load:
284 seats
Power source:
Overhead wire 25 kV, 50 Hz
 
Max velocity:
160 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S ATS-P EB
 
Vintage:
Ca. 1992
Creator:
David White
Lines:
Bay Park 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Wikipedia on the class 323 EMU.
Misc.:
Download from:
This train was distributed at the BVEUK Train Collection website. The website has disappeared from the Internet some 10 years ago
To download from this website:
Train class 323 for BVE 2 (works with OpenBVE).
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26

323

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 323 electric multiple unit
Description:
BR class 323 EMU. The train consists of 3 permanently coupled motorized cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with speedometer and manometers (pressure gauges). Moving master controller that follows the simulation in OpenBVE. There is an add-on that makes the whole driver's cab visible and not only the driver's stand.
 
# of veh.:
3
 
Total length:
Ca. 71 m 
 
Total weight:
103 t 
 
Traction pwr:
1168 kW 
 
Max load:
284 seats
Power source:
Overhead wire 25 kV, 50 Hz
 
Max velocity:
160 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S ATS-P EB
 
Vintage:
Ca. 1992
Creator:
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
Anthony Bowden
Steve Thomas
Lines:
Birmingham Cross-City South 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Wikipedia on the class 323 EMU.
Misc.:
Driver's guide to the class 323 for OpenBVE with key assignments for various functions.
Download from:
Rail Sim Routes
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-23

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

47

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 47 diesel-electric engine
Description:
Train with class 47 diesel-electric engine. The simulated train consists of 1 engine and 8 passenger cars (class Mk. 2). Photorealistic driver's stand and working indicators.

 

 
# of veh.:
9
 
Total length:
Ca. 171 m 
 
Total weight:
432 t 
 
Traction pwr:
1550 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
 
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S EB
 
Vintage:
1962--1968
Creator:
John Owen
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
Robert Glass
Zane Andrew
David White
Simon Townsend
Tony Haylor
Andy Slater
Lines:
 Works with OpenBVE:
No
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Do not work with OpenBVE, but there is another version of this train for OpenBVE.
Download from:
The website where this train was distributed has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Train files for BVE 4
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-29

47

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 47 diesel-electric engine
Description:
Train with class 47 diesel-electric engine. The simulated train consists of 1 engine and 8 passenger cars (class Mk. 2). Photorealistic driver's stand with moving control handles and working indicators.

 

 
# of veh.:
9
 
Total length:
Ca. 171 m 
 
Total weight:
432 t 
 
Traction pwr:
1550 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
 
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1962--1968
Creator:
Simon Gathercole
Martin Corbett
Lines:
Tyne Valley 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
For use with the Tyne Valley route, rename the directory name for the train as described below.
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
This train is for OpenBVE. There is another version of this train for BVE 4.

If this trains should be used with the route Tyne Valley, the directory LegacyContent\Train\CLASS_47 should be renamed BR_Class47_PR.

Download from:
The website BVE TMD, where this train was distributed, has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-29

55

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 55 diesel-electric engine
Description:
Train with class 55 diesel-electric engine. The simulated train consists of 1 engine and 10 passenger cars (class Mk. 1). Photorealistic driver's stand, moving power handle and working indicators.

 

 

 
# of veh.:
11
 
Total length:
Ca. 231 m 
 
Total weight:
467 t 
 
Traction pwr:
 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
161 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1961--1962
Creator:
Simon Gathercole
John Lynch
Martin Corbett
Lines:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The website BVE TMD, where this train was distributed, has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-29

66

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 66 locomotive
Description:
BR class 66 diesel electric locomotive pulling a consist of 10 cars (coal loaded in the Clarendon route scenario). Photorealistic driver's stand with a number working meters and indicators. This engine is equipped with the British safety system AWS in the OpenBVE.
 
# of veh.:
11
 
Total length:
223 m 
 
Total weight:
880 t 
 
Traction pwr:
2460 kW 
 
Max load:
10 freight cars with a total mass of 750 metric tons
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
121 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1998--2015
Creator:
David White
Steve Green
Hans-Martin Finken
John Owen
Simon Gathercole
Tony Haylor
Zane Saxton
Kenji Kimura
Shane Roberts
Holger Schmidt
Lines:
Clarendon 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
About the BR class 66 diesel electric locomotives at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The website hosting this train has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-21

43 HST

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 43 <ACRONYM title="High Speed Train">HST</ACRONYM>
Description:
Train with class 43 HST diesel-electric engines. The simulated train consists of 2 engines (one in each end of the train) and 6 passenger cars (class Mk. 3). Photorealistic driver's stand, moving handles and working indicators.

 

 

 
# of veh.:
8
 
Total length:
Ca. 200 m 
 
Total weight:
368 t 
 
Traction pwr:
2640 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
238 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
EB
 
Vintage:
1976--1982
Creator:
John Owen
Steve Green
Simon Gathercole
Anthony Bowden
Lines:
Tyne Valley 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The website where this train was distributed has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Train files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-29

J36

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class J36 steam engine
Description:
London and North Eastern Railway class J36 steam engine. A number of 168 of this engine class was manufactured during the years of 1888--1900 and was intended for use in freight trains. The train simulated consists, however, of an engine and 4 passenger cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with speedometer (mph), manometers (pressure gauges) for the breaking system and a movable power handle.
 
# of veh.:
5
 
Total length:
93 m 
 
Total weight:
Ca. 180 t 
 
Traction pwr:
 
 
Max load:
Ca.128 pax. seated
Power source:
Coal
 
Max velocity:
48 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
1888--1900
Creator:
Don Clarke
Lines:
Somerset & Dorset 
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Vehicle description:
Wikipedia, Some information on the J36
Misc.:
Download from:
Go to SRPS C&W Department
and select the Animated J36, which will work with OpenBVE.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-22

 
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