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The Coronation Scot is a powerful steam passenger locomotive built for British railways in the 1930’s. The Coronation Scot celebrates the halcyon days of LMS passenger service by recreating the sights and sounds of this historic train, and is now available as part of your Trainz collection.
Entering revenue service on the 5th July 1937, the Coronation Scot was an immediate success in terms of speed, reliability, comfort, and publicity. Originally intended as a high speed adaptation of the LMS ‘Princess Royal’ class, the design process for the new locomotives resulted in the inclusion of a number of substantial improvements over its predecessor.
6+ Different Cars
Discover the full consist of Coronation Scot coaches including BFK to D1961, FK to D1960, RFO to D1902, RK to D1912, TO to D1981, and BTK to D1905. As well as Stainer Period III carriages in both LMS Crimson and BR Crimson & Cream, including BFK to D1910, RK to D1912, and RFO to D1902.
Attention to detail is important, so you’ll be able to see the authentically detailed locomotive cabs, and ride-able passenger interiors of carriages. You’ll also be able to enjoy fully scripted couplers, steam heat and brake hoses compatible with existing S&C and LMS sets, scripted locomotive head-codes, locomotive numbers and name-boards, as well as carriage lights and tail pumps.
Choice is important, so you’ll find 4 different liveries included. LMS Princess Coronation locomotives in Caledonian Railway blue, LMS Crimson, LMS Crimson with double chimneys, and in wartime black with double chimneys.