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This is to be a set of vehicles rather like the DB set by Michael Blunck, except based on the British railway network. The original vehicles in the game were a nice sampler, however lots of things were missing, notably the EMUs which rule the iron roads in the south and the midlands, not to mention the things which have turned up post-privatisation (can I interest you in a fleet of Voyagers?).

Here is a short list of available vehicles, with plenty of spaces. There are 116 slots available for railway vehicles, assuming we can pinch slots from other climates. Vehicles will be available in every climate except Toyland, thus leaving you crippled rail-wise in that climate. Let that be a lesson to you ;)

Feel free to fill in things below, though try to leave gaps to that we can have an approximate introduction order or class-number order top -> bottom, though keep steam, diesel and electric separate (this will make it easier to deal with the lists for combined depots). The divisions included so far can, and probably will, be moved as needs be.

The original table - remove vehicle from this table once transferred to the new table below

ID Vehicle date power max speed TE Mass Multiples
0 Tender (for overrides) N/A N/A N/A N/A
1 Class 09 diesel shunter - it's fun :) 1952 400 27 35000 48

Steam locomotives (weights include tenders

4 LMS Crab 1926 1354 55 26580 108t
5 LMS Garratt 1928 2109 50 46620 154t
6 GWR Hall 1928 1656 65 27275 120t
8 SR Schools 1930 1589 80 25135 111.5 t
9 LMS black 5 1934 1631 80 25455 128t
11 LMS Destreamlined Coronation 1945 3300 100 40000 163.5t
12 SR Light Pacific 1945 1909 90 31000 130.5t
13 LNER Peppercorn K1 1945 1427 60 32081 113t
14 BR 4MT Tank 1951 1229 60 25100 90t
15 BR 7P 'Britannia 1951 2474 90 28150 145.5t
16 BR 9F 1954 2215 75 39667 141.5t

Diesel locomotives

17 Class 20 1957 1000 75 42000 73t
19 Class 33 1960 1550 85 45000 78t
23 Class 50 1967 2700 100 48500 117t
24 Class 52 Western 1961 2700 90 67390 109t
27 Class 58 1983 3300 80 61800 130t
28 Class 60 1989 3100 60 106500 129t
30 Class 67 1999 3200 125 31750 88t

Electric locomotives

31 Class 71 (73 perhaps?) 1958 2552 90 43000 77t
33 One of 81-85 (82?) 1960 3300 100 38000 80t
35 Class 87 1973 5000 110 58000 83t push-pull
36 Class 90 1987 7860 110 58000 82.5t push-pull
39 Eurotunnel 9700 2002 9500 100 88200 132t

DMUs and DEMUs

40 Class 101 1956 300 x1 70 32t 2/3 cars
42 Class 128 1959 460 70 40.5t single unit
45 Class 153 1987 285 75 39t single unit
47 Class 166 Networker 1992 350 90 40t 3 cars
49 Class 175 Coradia 1999 450 100 51t 2/3 cars
52 Class 201 1957 1000 x1 75 54t 6 cars
53 Class 210 1981 1140 x1 90 63t 6 cars

EMUs

56 class 319 'Thameslink' 1987 1326 x1 100 8750 51t 4 cars
57 class 332 Heathrow Express 1997 938 x2 100 8430 48.8t 6 cars
61 class 357/375 electrostar 2000 500 x3 100 46t 4 cars
66 class 455 1976 440 x2 75 36t 3 cars
67 class 458 Juniper 2000 723 x2 100 40t 4 cars

Reserved for "future" vehicles

69 GNER Pendolino (poss going to be class 93)
70 Siemens Venturio 'HST2'
71
72

Tube etc.

73 Tube stock #1 1938 stock/class 483 1938 350 45 4 cars
74 Tube stock #2 modern stock
75 Sub-surface stock #1 Metropolitan loco
76 Sub-surface stock #2 modern circle line stock
77 Modern tram (Croydon, etc.)

Reserved for extra rolling stock types

date capacity length
83 freightliner container wagons. 8/8
92 HAA coal hopper 6/8
93 TUA Oil tanker 6/8
94 MEA Iron ore wagon 6/8
95 SPA steel wagon 6/8
96

Rolling stock for "monorail/maglev"

97 Tube Passenger Carriage

Standard cargoes - more types later

98 Passenger Carriage
99 Mail Van
100 HHA/HTA Coal Truck 8/8
101 TEA Oil Tanker 8/8
102 Livestock Van
103 VGA Goods Van 6/8
104 Polybulk Grainflow (60ft) 1987 8/8
105 OTA Wood Truck 6/8
106 MBA Iron Ore Hopper 8/8
107 BYA Steel Truck 8/8
108 NKA Armoured Van 8/8

Cargoes for tropical and arctic climates

109 IFA refrigerated container wagon 8/8
110 IUA Paper Truck 8/8
111 HAA Copper Ore Hopper 6/8
112 TBA Water Tanker 7/8
113 Fruit Truck
114 Rubber Truck

Silly me, sugar is toyland. Let me see, what can go here ... ?

115 eye-candy - MPV?

Notes:

  • Will probably include more types of rolling stock later, e.g. Mk1 + Mk3 coaching stock, HAA/HDA + HTA for coal hoppers
  • No facility for toyland has been included - however, the possibility of using the set in the other "real" climates has been pencilled in for now
  • Space has been included for "future" units, which don't yet exist but can be implemented later - these can be proposals which companies are considering, or they can be completely fictional (e.g. a high-speed set for 2025 or something).
  • The "Modern tram" is something of the design used on Croydon Tramlink, Midland Metro, etc.
  • All DMUs and EMUs have given power on each vehicle, except where noted "x2" - such figures refer to the engines on a complete set
  • Tube stock descriptions not original, but added by Markn
  • 365 -> 325 by refitting to mail?

The new table, which we should fill slowly

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
0-255 yr yr units note 1 mph hp 0-255 Y/N units + type t 0-255 note 2 hp 1/8ths units

The first 27 entries are the engines from all three climates

0
1 LNER Q6 at start SF 50 1233 NO 117 S 7 TE:28800
2 LNER A1 at start FP 90 2422 NO 156.5 S 8 TE:29835
3
4 GWR 57xx 1929 SP 55 780 NO 48 S 0.21 4
5 LNER A4 1935 EP 100 2576 NO 163.5 S 8 TE:35450
6
7
8
9 Class 27 1961 SP 90 1250 NO 73 DE 0.25 7
9a Class 28 1958 FF 75 1200 NO 97 DE 0.23 7
10 Class 37 1960 SF 90 1750 NO 109 DE 0.22 8
11 Class 43 IC125 1975 EP 125 2250 YES 70 DE 0.11 7
12 Class 47 1962 FU 95 2580 NO 114 DE 0.24 8
13 Class 55 1961 EP 100 3300 NO 99 DE 0.23 8+
14 Class 56 1976 SF 80 3250 NO 126 DE 0.22 8
15 Class 66 1998 FF 75 3200 NO 126 DE 0.33 8(+)
16
17
18
19 Class 76 1940 SU 65 1868 NO 87 E 0.23 8
20 Class 86 1965 FP 100 5000 NO 85 E 0.32 7
21 Class 91 1988 EP 140 6300 NO 80 E 0.27 7 push-pull
22 Class 92 1993 FF 87.5 6750 NO 126 E 0.32 8
23
24
25
26

The following 17 are required for AI compatibility - should be the default first-generation stock available at the start

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
27 Passengers
28 Mail
29 7-plank/MCV at start n/a n/a 3 15 Coal 4/8
30 10'wb tank at start 3 Oil 4/8
31 Livestock van at start 2 8 Livestock 4/8
32 10'wb van at start 3 20 Goods 4/8
33 15-ft hopper at start 4 15 Grain 5/8
34 Bolster pair at start 5 18 Wood 8/8
35 7-plank/MCV at start 3 10 Iron Ore 4/8
36 5-plank wagon at start 3 10 Steel 4/8
37 Full Brake at start 6 20 Valuables 7/8
38 Fish van at start 3 10 Food 5/8
39 3-plank wagon at start 3 10 Paper 4/8
40 7-plank/MCV at start 3 10 Copper Ore 4/8
41 6-wheel tank at start 2 12 Water 5/8
42 GWR Fruit C at start 3 10 Fruit 5/8
43 Rubber

The following 10 entries are normally the Toyland rolling stock, AI might not use anything in here, so use for failed experimental vehicles

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
44 Tender
45
46
47
48 Class 251 Blue Pullman 1960 EP 90 2x1000 YES 50 passengers 67t DMU 7 6
49
50
51 Class 370 APT 1981 EP 160 2x4000 YES 2x52 passengers 67.5 EMU 8 10/14 cars
52
53

The following 3 entries are usually the monorail locos

54
55
56

The following 17 entries might be required for AI compatibility - normally used for monorail wagons, use for second-generation stock

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

The following 10 entries are normally the Toyland monorail stock, AI might not use anything in here

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82

The following 5 entries are normally the maglev engines - suggest putting light-rail here

83
84
85
86
87

The following 27 entries are normally the maglev rolling stock - mostly fair game

ID Name Date Rel decay veh life model life load speed usage speed power run costs double-ended capacity weight cost to buy traction extra power coeff TE veh length set length footnotes
88 Tube EMU car Passengers override
89 Class 121 1960 20 SP 70 1x300 NO 65+95 passengers 38t DMU 7 2 note 1
90 Class 142/143 Pacer 1985 20 SP 75 2x225 YES 50 passengers 25t DMU 6 2
91 Class 150 Sprinter 1984 20 SP 75 2x285 YES 70 passengers 37t DMU 7 2
92 Class 158 Express 1989 15 FP 90 2x350 YES 70 passengers 38t DMU 8 2
93 Class 170 turbostar 1997 10 FP 100 2x400 YES 57 passengers 45t DMU 8 2
94 Class 180 Adelante 2000 10 EP 125 5x750 YES 68 passengers 50t DMU 8 5
95 Class 185 desiro 2006 15 FP 100 2x500 YES 65 passengers 50t DMU 7 2
96 Class 220/221 Voyager 2000 10 EP 125 4x750 YES 60 passengers 60t DMU 8 4
97
98
99
100 Class 405 4-SUB 1927 20 SP 75 2x500 YES 100 passengers 40t EMU 7 4
101 Class 414 2-HAP 1957 20 FP 90 1x500 NO 84 passengers 40t EMU 7 2
102 Class 313 1979 20 SP 75 2x440 YES 84 passengers 36t EMU 7 4
103 Class 365/325 networker 1994 15 FP 100 2x842 YES 68 passengers 30t EMU 8 4
104 Class 373 Eurostar 1993 10 EP 187 2x8590 YES 68.5t EMU 8 18 note 2
105 Class 390 Pendolino 2002 10 EP 140 7x977 YES 53 t EMU 8 9 note 3
106 Class 350 Desiro 2002 20 FP 100 2x842 YES 65 passengers 45t EMU 7 4
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115

Notes for new table:

  1. "usage" should be a combination of Express, Fast or Slow and Passenger, Freight or Universal
  2. "traction" should be one of Steam, Diesel (stating Mechanical, Hydraulic or Electric) or Electric, along with a mention of Multiple Unit, Paired or Van (usable in push-pull)

Note 1: class 121 double ended cars have a capacity of 65, but pull DTS vehicles with a capacity of 95

Note 2: Class 373 trailer cars only carry 60 passengers and should be length 7

Note 3: Class 390s have unpowered trailer cars in odd possitiones excpet end cars. End cars should be over 32 pixels long as they are longer than any other passenger vehicle in use in Britain.

9/9a these are options for slot 9. the class 27 has the advantage of having been a more common locomotive, and a longer model lifetime, while the 28 has a more distinctive design, and a higher tractive effort.