Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On
Train Sim World®: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On

Train Sim World: BR Heavy Freight Pack Loco Add-On

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      NOTICE: This content requires the base game Train Sim World 2020 on Steam in order to play. Train Sim World: Northern Trans-Pennine: Manchester – Leeds Route Add-On is required, as a separate purchase, in order to utilize the content featured in this add-on.

      The BR Heavy Freight Pack brings together two icons of British Motive Power, the Class 40, one of the first mass-produced diesel-electric locomotive classes for British Railways, and the BR Class 08, perhaps one of the most common sights on the British railway network. This bumper double-loco pack brings iconic and historic heavy freight operations to the Northern Trans-Pennine route. Experience a bygone era of freight haulage as you move thousands of tons of fuel and goods over the challenging Trans-Pennine grades.

      A total of 200 ‘Whistlers’ (so-called because of their distinctive turbo whistle sound) were built by English Electric over a four-year period from 1958 and were – for a time – considered to be the pride of British Rail’s early diesel fleet. Despite the mixed success of the initial 10 Class 40 prototypes, BR ordered a further 190 locomotives. Such were the changes in working practices during the build period of the ‘Whistlers’, batches were delivered with significant design differences.

      The Class 08 was the ‘go-to’ locomotive for general purpose duties, with almost any shunting required in yards and at stations carried out by a ‘Gronk’. Over a ten-year period from 1952, almost 1,000 models were built at British Railways’ Derby, Crewe, Darlington, Doncaster, and Horwich Works, making it the most numerous of all BR classes.

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