Train Simulator: LNWR G2 Super D Steam Loco Add-On
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Designed as a successor to the LNWR’s extensive 0-8-0 fleet, which had lineage dating back to the 1890s, the G2 Class surfaced in the 1920s and, thanks to its developments, was able to dominate the LNWR and LMS network right through to the end of steam. To rekindle the fire of a bygone era, the LNWR G2 comes to authentic life within Train Simulator, ready for contemporary mixed-traffic service courtesy of Partner Programme Developer MeshTools.Building upon the previous iteration of 0-8-0 locomotives became nothing short of a habit for the LNWR, and early examples such as the A Class were consistently rebuilt to incorporate new features. One particular class of locomotive, the G2, was designed as a more capable 0-8-0 than the earlier G1, which in turn was essentially a superheated D Class. Upgraded features such as a higher boiler pressure, strengthened frames, large axles and axle boxes plus a redesigned and strengthened direct acting joy valve gear were all present in the G2, and the 60 locomotives which were produced were all entirely new builds.While the LNWR G2 Class comprised of an average-sized fleet, the overall number of active 0-8-0s totalled up to 502 – the 4th largest fleet of the LMS and 6th largest of British Railways. With numbers running high, the LNWR 0-8-0s were a regular sight across the network, and the G2s, with their various advancements, proved popular for nearly any duty. Freight, passenger, banking, shunting, you name it and a G2 would often be at the helm.As the now-merged LMS began to further innovate in locomotive design, with Sir William Stanier producing iconic designs such as the LMS Black 5, Jubilee and Princess Coronation Classes, the LNWR 0-8-0s managed to stand their ground as a worthy piece of the railway puzzle. Surprisingly, the G2 fleet became subject to a number of Stanier-overseen upgrades, the net result being that no two G2s were ever quite the same. Having served since 1921, the G2s were starting to age alongside even older LNWR 0-8-0s. It was decided that a further development process would be undertaken, and the result was the LMS 7F. Also known as the G3, nicknamed Austin 7, the LMS 7F followed on from the G2 and featured a long travel Walschaerts valve gear and higher boiler pressure, and was intended to allow the 0-8-0s to retire. The 7Fs were fantastic when they worked, however they were very prone to failures. Inadequate axle boxes from Derby’s 4F spelled an early end for the expensive to run and rarely available 7F fleet, the last of which was withdrawn in 1959.Having outlived their ‘successors’, the G2 locomotives lived on until 1964, with the last two leaving service at the end of that year. Out of the 60 LNWR G2 locomotives, which were known by many as the Super Ds, only one survived into preservation. Today, 49395 lives in Shildon as part of the National Railway Museum’s collection.The LNWR G2 Class for Train Simulator authentically recreates the mixed-traffic icon in clean and weathered LNWR, LMS and BR liveries, complete with contemporary freight rolling stock and a bonus LNER J94 and LNER J50 steam locomotives in weathered BR Black livery.The locomotive is also Quick Drive compatible, giving you the freedom to drive the LNWR G2 Class on any Quick Drive enabled route for Train Simulator, such as those available through Steam. Also included are scenarios specifically for the Weardale & Teesdale Network route (available as a separate purchase).Scenarios
[G2] 03:50 Darlington to Middleton Teesdale
[G2] Diversion
[G2] G2 on tour
[J94] DeliveriesMore 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 exciting gameplay. With scenarios being added daily, why don’t you check it out now! Click here for Steam Workshop scenarios.Please Note: The Weardale & Teesdale Network route is required, as a separate purchase, in order to play the scenarios featured in this add-on.Key Features
LNWR G2 Class in clean and weathered LNWR, LMS and BR liveries
LNER J94 and LNER J50 Class locomotives in weathered BR Black livery
Accurate regulator and reverser operation
Regulator that can freely move, sometimes even shut itself!
Braking can cause the wheels to lock up, and is less effective at higher speeds
Realistic Brake fade effect
Water level gauge glass simulation
Overfilling the boiler can cause carry over
Gravity and steam-powered, front and rear, finite sanding
Advanced adhesion simulation
Advanced firing and injectors, for firing, a custom-written auto-fireman will allow you to focus on the driving
Dynamic smoke effect and fire mass
Detailed manual to guide you on learning the intricacies of the LNWR G2
Scenarios for the Weardale & Teesdale Network (available to purchase separately)
Quick Drive compatible
Download size: 283.8 MB

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

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Steam score: 80%
Languages: English
Developer: MeshTools
Publisher: Dovetail Games - Trains
GAME FEATURES
Single-player
Steam Cloud
Full controller support
Steam Trading Cards
Steam Achievements
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