SKTRAINS FALNS Pack
Wagon pack type FALNS 3/4 and 64
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Pack of different type of FALNS wagon for train simulator classic (train simulator 2022).
This pack contains 10 different cars including types 3,4 and 64.
2 different loading, stone or coal.
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 ERR
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 SNCB cargo
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 SNCB cargo V2
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 Lineas
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 SNCB Cargo SEA-RAIL
SKTRAINS FALNS 3 SEA-RAIL Xpedys
SKTRAINS FALNS 4 ERR
SKTRAINS FALNS 4 ERR Dirty
SKTRAINS FALNS 64 ERMEWA
SKTRAINS FLANS 64 ERMEWA Dirty
This pack is equipped with a system of automatic end consist lantern.
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The class 96 (MS96 in Dutch, AM96 in French) is an electric multiple unit constructed in 1996 for the National Railway Company of Belgium.
They incorporate features from the DSB IC3 trainsets in order to enable passage from one set coach to another. When two or more units are coupled together in a single train, the entire front door folds away to give a wide passage, and the rubber diaphragms at the ends form a flush aerodynamic seal.
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The series 21 locomotives (SNCB) are electric locomotives of the Belgian Railways (SNCB) equipped with thyristor choppers to modulate the power at start-up. They are technically very similar to the class 27, but with a lower power.
The series 11 and 12 locomotives are directly derived from these locomotives, and have the necessary equipment (for signalling and electrical voltage) to operate in the Netherlands and France respectively.
SNCB's M4 coaches are UIC coaches produced in the late 1970s.
The M4 series was ordered together with the multiple units of series 03 (AM-MS 80 / 82 / 83) to meet the needs of the future IC-IR plan of 1984 and the major electrification of the network.