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Buy Train Simulator: Gatwick Express BR Class 460 'Juniper' EMU Add-On


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About This Content

The phenomenal BR Class 460, to exquisitely detailed Pro Range standard, brings the most authentic representation of Gatwick Express services yet for Train Simulator, courtesy of Partner Programme developer, Master Key Simulations!

A new millennium meant a whole new generation of services, and National Express were keen to procure a fleet of modern EMUs to replace the Class 73, Class 488 & Class 489 stock of their Gatwick Express services.

Alstom’s Juniper family had already been ordered in the UK and was under construction as the Class 334, for SPT/ScotRail, and the Class 458 for South West Trains. The Juniper line was also chosen for the new Gatwick Express stock, 64 carriages forming 8 8-car EMUs that were dedicated to non-stop express services packed with passengers and luggage. The new trains were designated the Class 460, and were built at Washwood Heath in Birmingham between 1999 and 2001.

The first Class 460 was delivered in 2000, and unlike many other EMUs of the day, featured a stylish, streamlined nose which improved efficiency at the Class 460s’ top speed of 100 mph. It was this sloping cab end that earned the class its nickname “Darth Vader”, owing to the similarity between the nose and the famed sci-fi villains’ helmet.

The 8-car trains were formed of a Driving Motor Luggage First Open, Trailer Open First Lavatory, Trailer Composite Open, Motor Standard Open, Motor Standard Open, Trailer Standard Open, Motor Standard Open, and Driving Motor Standard Open. THE ‘DMFLO’ was arranged at the London-end of every consist, as luggage was unloaded off the Gatwick Express and onto airplanes departing from the London-end of Gatwick Airport station.

Under National Express, the Class 460 fleet operated exclusively, and regularly, on non-stop services to Gatwick Airport and back. When the Gatwick Express franchise was absorbed into the South-Central franchise however, and Southern took over both ‘GatEx’ services and gained the Class 460 fleet, the branding remained but the 460s would also operate limited stop expresses between London and Brighton.

It would be the extension of services to Brighton that sparked the ‘end’ of the Class 460. Popularity meant that more stock was required, and Southern opted to lease the fleet of Class 442 ‘Wessex’ EMUs, previously withdrawn by South West Trains, for such services. After refurbishment, the Class 442s grew more favourable over the newer Class 460s, seating a handful more passengers and keeping to the timetable. The Class 442s would entirely replace the Class 460s by 2013.

Being part of the Juniper family, the Class 460 EMUs bared much technical resemblance to South West Trains’ Class 458 EMUs, and so to increase capacity on Reading and Windsor services, the Class 460s were split up, refurbished, and added to the 30 4-car Class 458s to form 36 5-car Class 458/5s. The distinct nose of the Class 460 was lost in favour of Class 450 compatibility, and their express-destined traction motors were downgraded to a much more suburban 75 mph.

Technically gone, yet still with us, the Class 460 was something of an icon for modern Southern Region travel. The Gatwick Express has always stood out among the crowd, be that with unique trains or striking liveries; and now, millennial operations are yours to command, in this exquisite reproduction of the BR Class 460 for Train Simulator!

Included Scenarios

The Gatwick Express BR Class 460 'Juniper' EMU Add-on includes three challenging career scenarios for the London to Brighton Route Add-On:

  • 1A47 Brighton - London Victoria
  • 1U21 Gatwick CS - London Victoria
  • 1U43 Stewarts Lane - Three Bridges

Please Note: The London to Brighton Route Add-On is required, as a separate purchase, in order to play the scenarios featured in this add-on.

More scenarios are available on Steam Workshop online and in-game. Train Simulator’s Steam Workshop scenarios are free and easy to download, adding many more hours of gameplay. With scenarios being added daily, why don’t you check it out now!

Click here for Steam Workshop scenarios.

Key Features

  • Includes BR Class 460 'Juniper' EMU in Gatwick Express Livery and BR Class 73 ‘73202’ Electro-Diesel in Gatwick Express and Southern Liveries
  • Both trains feature Pro Range functionality and operation recreating the most realistic and authentic simulations to-date
  • Gatwick Express BR Class 460 features more than 150 operable cab elements
  • Includes detailed Driver Manual for the BR Class 460 and Quick Start Guide for the BR Class 73
  • Three challenging career scenarios for the London to Brighton Route Add-On
  • Quick Drive compatible
  • Download Size: 551.6 MB

Gatwick Express BR Class 460 'Juniper' EMU Pro Range Functionality

  • Highly accurate model, textures and sound set, featuring the older and newer Gatwick Express livery
  • Passenger view with scrolling Passenger Information System, and authentic cab representing the BR
  • Class 460 in older (CSR) and newer (GSM-R) configurations
  • Multi-functional Train Monitoring System with fault list, Train Service Number selection and various audio announcements
  • Cab Secure Radio and GSM-R Radio
  • Miniature Circuit Breakers
  • Master Key Operation
  • Power/Brake Controller with correct notches, smooth braking and hill-start function
  • Driver Safety Device with Vigilance equipment and relevant isolation switches
  • Accurately represented AWS, TPWS & self-test sequence
  • Train Auxiliaries Set & Trip Button
  • Saloon and cab air-conditioning
  • Operable Door Release Panels
  • Guard or Driver Only Operation as you choose
  • Cab, Clipboard & Headlight switches
  • Multi-speed windscreen wiper, demist and washer jet simulation
  • Operable cab doors with proper locking procedure
  • And more!

Gatwick Express/Southern BR Class 73 Electro-Diesel Pro Range Functionality

  • Highly accurate model, textures and sound set, featuring the newer Gatwick Express livery and older Southern Trains livery
  • Cab Secure Radio and GSM-R Radio
  • Scharfenberg coupling for BR Class 460 compatibility
  • Authentic electro-pneumatic and automatic air brake modes
  • Master Key Operation
  • Dual Mode function Diesel or Electric (third-rail)
  • Notch Up Throttle Limit
  • Headcode Box functionality
  • Driver Safety Device with Vigilance equipment and relevant isolation switches
  • Accurately represented AWS, TPWS & self-test sequence
  • And more!

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows® 7 / 8.1
    • Processor:Processor: 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo (3.2 GHz Core 2 Duo recommended), AMD Athlon MP (multiprocessor variant or comparable processors)
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB - 1GB with Pixel Shader 3.0 (AGP PCIe only)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:40 GB HD space
    • Sound:Direct X 9.0c compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos
    • Graphics:Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required
    • Additional:Quicktime Player is required for playing the videos

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