Locomotives

This reskin pack contains 37214, 37248, 37669, 37676 and 37685 in West Coast Railway Company livery.

 

NOTE: This pack was based off the enhanced Class 37 included with the Wherry Lines route add-on from the Armstrong Powerhouse website. This pack may not be compatible with the Steam version of the Wherry Lines route as it has not been tested using it.

A 50 minute scenario for the WCML Over Shap - Extension to Windermere route is provided, for more information please check the 'optional requirements' section below.

Alan Thomson has recorded a vide of the scenario in action, click the play icon above to be redirected to YouTube. Note, the mentioned scripting issues have been resolved.

The British Rail Class 47 is a class of British railway diesel-electric locomotive that was developed in the 1960s by Brush Traction.

 

This reskin is of 47 727 which has been painted in Caledonian Sleeper Livery for use on ECS and and unelectrified sections of the Caledonian Sleeper Services.

GBRf current own a fleet of 88 Class 66s, many of which have come from previous operators. In 2010, ownership of GBRf moved from FirstGroup to Europorte - it was sold to EQT Partners in October 2016. The Europorte variant of the logo was swiftly removed from most, but all still retained the semi circular ends of the blue rectangle on each side. Since then, a revised livery was created and is slowly being rolled out across the fleet.

The locos that have been reliveried are depicted here. All 3 light clusters are accounted for, and thanks to James Ivell, the LED version L4 is also possible. As such, 66782 is also included.

About this Reskin

These locomotives were equipped to operate from the 650 or 750 V DC third-rail or an on-board diesel engine to allow it to operate over non-electrified routes.
Electrical power was gathered in the normal manner of collector shoes which ran along the top of the third rail. There are two shoes mounted on either side of each bogie which could be retracted when not in use to avoid damage as they were prone to drop out of gauge slightly when not under pressure.

 

Additional Reskin Credits

Albie Pearce

About this Reskin

These locomotives were equipped to operate from the 650 or 750 V DC third-rail or an on-board diesel engine to allow it to operate over non-electrified routes.
Electrical power was gathered in the normal manner of collector shoes which ran along the top of the third rail. There are two shoes mounted on either side of each bogie which could be retracted when not in use to avoid damage as they were prone to drop out of gauge slightly when not under pressure.

Pack includes 73107, 73109, 73136 73141, 73204, 73205 and 73206, currently without nameplates on certain numbered 73s and the old nameplates on others, these will be added/updated at a later date as well as an updated 73119.

 

Additional Reskin Credits

Albie Pearce

The class 86 and 87 are two classes of AC electric locomotive that are used by Caledonian Sleeper for hauling Sleeper stock on sections of the WCML.

86101, 86401 and 87002 owned by the AC Electric Locomotive Group are leased out by Caledonian sleeper to haul Empty Coaching Stock between Wembley and Euston and on occasion pulling the sleeper services when other locomotives are unavailable.

The Class 86 is an Electric Locomotive Built at British Rail's Doncaster Works and English Electric's Vulcan Foundry between 1965-1966 for use on the then newly electrified WCML.

This Reskin of the Class 86 for Train Simulator is a representation of 86 261 in EWS Livery.

 

About this Reskin

The British Rail Class 92 is a dual-voltage electric locomotive which can run on 25 kV AC from overhead wires or 750 V DC from a third rail. It was designed specifically to operate services through the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France. Eurotunnel indicates the Class 92 locomotive as the reference for other locomotives which railway undertakings might want to get certified for usage in the Channel tunnel.
Locomotives of this type are operated by GB Railfreight/Europorte 2 and DB Cargo UK. In France, a number were also owned and operated by SNCF; these were classified as CC 92000 on French railways.

The class 92 was intended as a mixed traffic locomotive for hauling both international freight trains and the ill-fated and never introduced Nightstar passenger sleeper trains though the Channel Tunnel. Since introduction the fleet was exclusively allocated to freight, however, in March 2015 six locomotives owned by GB Railfreight have begun passenger operations hauling the Caledonian Sleeper on behalf of Serco between London and Scotland, marking the very first use of the class in commercial passenger service.

This pack contains all 7 Class 92’s in the Caledonian Sleeper Livery with no tunnel plates and correct LED lights. Also includes 92038 with its original lighting and tunnel plates as well as grey 92044.

NOTE: If you had the original version, don't worry! This overwrites it and adds some extra variants. Quick Drive Consist requirements can be found under 'Optional Requirements'.

 

 

Current Version : V1.1
Updated 20th September 2017

 

This reskin pack contains 37175, 37219 and 37421 in Colas Rail Freight livery and also contains 37254 in both Intercity Swallow and Colas Rail Freight livery. 37219 and 37254 both carry their relevant nameplates.

 

NOTE: This pack was based off the enhanced Class 37 included with the Wherry Lines route add-on from the Armstrong Powerhouse website. This pack may not be compatible with the Steam version of the Wherry Lines route.

V1.1 BAT file added

This file has a BAT file for an easy installation.

 

Current Version : V1
Released 3rd July 2017

 

This reskin depicts 67010 in DB Cargo Livery with it's 'First choice for rail freight in the UK' branding.

This pack adds both Virgin and Virgin CrossCountry branding to Armstrong Powerhouse's Red/Black livery included with their new Valenta Enhancement Pack. Included are variants with yellow and black roofs, buffers and non buffers plus 16 different Quick Drive consists. NOTE: The default Red/Black livery remains untouched so you can still use it for those summer hire-ins!

This file has a BAT file for an easy installation.

Updated 6th June 2018

This pack adds 43012+43126+43148+43192 in their Bristol 2015 advertising livery. This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack with the Branding Patch installed to work as intended. A 60 minute scenario for Devon Rails V3 has also been provided, requirements and more info about this for this can be found under the 'optional' tab.

V2: Updated textures.

In 1987, 8 Eastern Region Class 43s were fitted with buffers in order to couple to 91s, which were in testing prior to the completion of the Mk4 sets. After the 91s had finished with the HST sets, the 8 43s remianed with buffers intact. Throughout their history they have worked for a number of operators - firstly GNER. 2 of these 43s went to Network Rail, and the remaining 6 locos to the newly founded Grand Central. In late 2017, the HST lease Grand Central had ended, and due to major disruption cause by the Thameslink programme, EMT took these 6 units on. Now resplendent in a revised East Midlands Trains livery, they work 2 diagrams during weekdays only.

This pack features 43 423 (with Valenta & 40 Years plates), 465, 467 (with Nottingham Police & Fire Rescue plates, and polished buffers with buffer grease), 468, 480 and 484 - all with dynamic script that applies the correct features to each number. A reskin of the Mk3 TF, TRFB and TS are included with correct numbering in order to form sets DY21, 22 and 23.

1 scenario is included for the MML mainline route.

Please note: For a reason I can't figure out, within the scenario editor the Driver version of the Class 43 only highlights and selects when you attempt to do it through the buffers, or where the nameplate sits. Apologies.

This pack adds a FGW HST Set in it's Off Lease state as well as completely unbranded (no dynamic lines). Also included are variants of the coaches with and without passengers so this could also be used as a newly refurbished set! This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack.

This pack depicts the InterCity 125 HST in a fictional Gatwick Express livery. This reskin requires all three Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 Enhancement Packs to use the whole pack, however you can still use this pack in a limited form if you only own one or two of them. Now includes buffered variants.

This file has a BAT file for an easy installation.

The Class 43 are the Diesel locomotives that make up the power cars of the Intercity 125 High Speed Train Sets.
This reskin is of 43 080 which was leased as a one off power car by GNER after its was put into storage by Virgin Trains until 2006 as a spare unit for that could be called upon if another unit failed, it had the special title of being the only Buffered HST power car in GNERs HST Fleet

This pack adds a new folder containing 43194+43198 in their 'Sticker' branding which was added instead of the metal plates as seen on 43005, 43041, 43187 and 43188. The numbering is also underneath the cab window instead of on the guards door. This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack with the Branding Patch installed to work as intended. NOTE: The default GWR powercars are untouched.

Updated 1st June 2018

This pack adds a new folder containing 43187+43188 in their 'Welshman' branding which was added to celebrate the reopening of the Severn Tunnel. This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack with the Branding Patch installed to work as intended. NOTE: The default GWR powercars are untouched so you can still use 43187/43188 before the decals were added or use them as 43005/43041 and any other GWR Green powercars.

V2: Updated textures.

This pack adds Great Western Railway's Class 43093 in it's OOC111 livery.. This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack with the Branding Patch installed to work as intended. A 90 minute scenario for Devon Rails has also been provided, requirements and more info about this for this can be found under the 'optional' tab.

4 Quick Drive consists are provided, 2+4 'Castle' set, 2+7 FGW Set, 2+8 FGW Set, 2+8 Mixed Set, 2+8 Green Set with FGW rear Powercar. and 2+8 Green Set.

Reskin by Lewis Clowes, nameplate by James Ivell, scenario by Josh Thorpe.

A reskin which started off as a joke between friends, this livery depicts the HST an all black livery as per when TS runs out of memory. This is also in memory of TS 32bit which a vast majority of people will no longer use thanks to TS being upgraded to 64bit. A short scenario between Cardiff Central and Newport is included, again the scenario is a bit of a joke as there is 85 trains in total for what is a very short distance!

 

DISCLAIMER: This reskin will not give you out of memory errors, it's just a reskin of what trains look like in Train Simulator when it happens!

Updated 19th August 2018

This reskin depicts the Ex-FGW/Ex-GWR HST sets in their current guise with ScotRail under the “7 Cities” branding. The sets are in use as ScotRail have committed to £475mil fleet upgrades as part of their current franchise. These have a larger capacity than the 170s and 158s they cascade, and have an overall InterCity feel in comparison.
Due to the reduced number of coaches, they are permitted 100mph max speed. The HSTs will easily accelerate beyond this so watch your speed!

A scenario for DPS' ECML North East is included. At Low Fell, it is not uncommon for the scenario to dump, so it is suggested to save 3 miles from Newcastle, and look to the right of the cab between 2.15 and 1.3 miles from Newcastle. Apologies.

This pack adds the HST in the branding seen on the first ScotRail HST Set. Included are variants of the coaches with and without passengers so this could also be used in passenger service as well as driver training! This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 MTU Enhancement Pack.

Updated 15th August 2018

This reskin depicts the InterCity 125 HST in EMT livery with SWT logos as used on The Swanage Samaritan Charity Charter. This reskin requires the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 43 VP185 Enhancement Pack with the Branding Patch installed to work as intended.

This file has a BAT file for an easy installation.

In November 2013 Sky created a 10 Episode documentary series called "All Aboard East Coast", which premiered on Sky 1. 91125 and a full Mk4 + DVT Set were promotionally liveried at Sky's expense to advertise the series. A light blue and dark blue base livery were applied, featuring staff members from the series with quotes. Whilst the Mk4s obtained a white "East Coast" logo, the Class 91 and DVT were adorned with large "Sky 1 HD" logos. In November of 2014, the set was returned to the standard East Coast grey livery, only a few months prior to the take over of Virgin and Stagecoach.

 

This pack has been a collaboration with BHReskins, TrainSimDesigns and Matthew Wilson from Vulcan Productions.

This pack contains all 31 VTEC Class 91s and DVTs complete with nameplates and special liveries. Interiors and passenger views have been changed to match VTEC colours as well. 60 different consists are included feature the full 9 coach set with a Class 91 at one end and DVT the other. The new LED light clusters are also included as well as new door sounds and destination labels.

 

This pack has been a collaboration with BHReskins, CHScenarios and TrainSimDesigns.

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