A diesel multiple unit or DMU is a multiple-unit train powered by on-board diesel engines. A DMU requires no separate locomotive, as the engines are incorporated into one or more of the carriages. They may also be referred to as a railcar or railmotor, depending on country. Diesel-powered units may be further classified by their transmission type: diesel-electric (DEMU), diesel-mechanical (DMMU) or diesel-hydraulic (DHMU)
The Class 156 is a Diesel multiple unit built for British rail by Metro Cammell Between 1987 and 1989
This Reskin represents the livery that 3 units were painted in after Northern rail took over the North East and North west regional rail franchises in 2004 to gather feedback for the final livery that the Northern Rail fleet would Be painted in.
Updated 16th April 2018
This reskin pack contains the Class 170 Turbostar in ScotRail Saltire and ScotRail Barbie livery with Abellio Logos as well as the Unbranded variant.
One scenario for the Edinburgh to Glasgow Route is included, requirements for this can be found in the optional tab.
Big thanks also to Chris Horsfield for allowing us to provide his Class 170 destinations in with this upload, as well as various tips along the way. You can find his Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1769849206662176/
Now includes Ex ScotRail, (ScotRail with Saltire and dots but no logo) and updated textures.