Train Simulator: Western Hydraulics Pack
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This content requires the base game Train Simulator: Riviera Line in the Fifties: Exeter - Kingswear Route on Steam in order to play.

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This bundle includes the following:

  • BR Class 35 ‘Hymek’,
  • BR Class 42 ‘Warship’
  • BR Class 52 ‘Western’
  • Mk1 coaches.

Recount the iconic and distinctive hydraulics in this bumper package for Train Simulator featuring BR Class 35, BR Class 42 and BR Class 52 locomotives as they were in their heyday. This conversion kit for the Riviera Line in the Fifties: Exeter - Kingswear Route Add-On (available as a separate purchase) permits authentic operations on the route to the much-loved transitional diesel era.

Between 1961 and 1964, a total of 101 ‘D7000’ series locomotives were produced for the Western Region of British Railways. The D7000s worked out of Old Oak Common, Cardiff Canton and Bristol Bath Road, and with their 1700hp Bristol-Siddely/Maybach MD870 engines producing a maximum tractive effort of 46,600 lbf, could effectively handle secondary passenger and freight at speeds upwards of 90mph.

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