Wagons/Coaches

MK3 SLEP are a type of sleeper coach used on the British rail network, a total of 120 SLEPs were built between 1982-1984.

This Pack for the WCML Over Shap MK3 SLEP's features the liveries carried on the sleeper coaches that are used on the Caledonian sleeper.

This pack contains

  • National express Scotrail Caledonian sleeper livery
  • First Scotrail Caledonian sleeper livery with normal and full white doors also with and without first logos
  • Serco Caledonian sleeper livery

 

This reskin depicts the FWA Container flat wagon in DB Cargo livery and GB Railfreight livery.

This reskin depicts the FEA Container flat wagon in GB Railfreight livery.

Chiltern Railways has a set of 7 Mk3s referred to as either the "Commuter" or "Banbury" Set. These were not fitted with sliding plug doors like the "Silver Trains" used on the flagship route between London Marylebone and Birmingham/Kidderminster. The set runs 2 services per weekday (Mon-Fri) between Marylebone and Bicester/Banbury. The livery on these Mk3s is similar to the Chiltern "Mainline" livery used on the Class 168s.

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