SKTRAINS HLE11-12-21-27 package
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.
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Realistic headlights and lantern system
Inscriptions and signage in conformity
EHM for multiple unit
Isolation of pantographs
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Contents of the pack:
- HLE 13
- HV(R) I11
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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.
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.
SNCB HLE 13 locomotive
This add-on allows you to drive at a technical compliance level using the essential procedures to start and drive this locomotive.
However, you can also simplify the driving experience by deactivating the safety systems.
The 03 series (or AM 80) EMU, more often called Break, are triple railcars of the SNCB.
They can run at a maximum speed of 160 km/h, are single-voltage (3000 V) and have a good acceleration and deceleration capacity thanks to their greater power than the previous series.
The AM 80 were given the nickname "Break", partly because their design was radically different from what the SNCB had known until then.
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