BR Clan Advanced & Mk.1 Coaches

Compatibility: Train Simulator 2017
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The British Railways Standard Class 6, otherwise known as the ‘Clan Class’, was a class of 4-6-2 Pacific tender steam locomotive designed by Robert Riddles. Between 1951 and 1952 ten locomotives were built at Crewe and another 15 were planned for construction.

The ‘Clan’ Class was based on the ‘Britannia’ Class, but employed a smaller boiler and used various weight-saving measures to increase the route availability for the locomotive's intended area of operations in the west of Scotland. The ‘Clan’ Class locomotives took their names from a previous locomotive class that was being withdrawn from service at the time and reinforced their intended running location.

Numbers 72000 to 72004 were based solely at Glasgow Polmadie shed (66A) with loco's 72005 to 72009 based at the Carlisle Kingmoor shed.

The Just Trains 'Clan Class' collection is probably the most authentic and realistic steam locomotive add-on available to date and comes with a unique switcher tool to allow a Simple version to be driven. The loco's are available to drive in a set of liveries and with different cabs depending on the era depicted. Also included is a set of Just Trains Mk1 coaches with passenger view and leaking steam heating effect.    

This collection includes 15 exciting custom Standard scenarios and two Free Roams, including some that require additional routes, to provide an approximate total scenario duration time of over 20 hours!


Clan Pacific 'Hengist'

Just Trains are proud to be working in association with The ‘Clan’ Project to create this Clan Class expansion and in particular the 72010 ‘Hengist’ version. The ‘Clan’ Project are creating a new real-world build of a Clan locomotive which will bear the name Hengist. You can find out more by visiting them at the 'Clan' Project website. 

This collection includes the new-build 'Hengist' loco, with oval buffers, tablet catcher brackets removed from the cab side, operational air braking installed and the footplate access doors fitted to the included BR1B tender and not the locomotive. It is displayed in pristine condition and is equipped with AWS and speedometer. The distinctive sound of the Westinghouse air pump can be heard and we have included a set of configurable Southern region headcode discs and the Hengist rear damper.


LOCOMOTIVES

Clan Pacific

  • Clan Pacific clean - pristine condition with no weathering
  • Clan Pacific clean - fitted with AWS and speedometer
  • Clan Pacific intermediate - lightly weathered and equipped with AWS and speedometer
  • Clan Pacific weathered - heavily weathered and equipped with AWS and speedometer
     

Clan Pacific 'Hengist'

The new-build 'Hengist' locomotive has oval buffers, tablet catcher brackets removed from the cab side, operational air braking installed and the footplate access doors fitted to the tender and not the locomotive. It is in pristine condition and equipped with AWS and speedometer. The distinctive sound of the Westinghouse air pump can be heard. We have included a set of configurable Southern region headcode discs and the Hengist's rear damper. In the cab are TPWS and OTMR panels although these are non-operational. The air brake system has its own set of gauges included.


Locomotive numbers and names

You can choose to drive each of the ten originally built Clans with fully 3D-rendered nameplates. (To do this you need to put the correct locomotive number in via the scenario editor.)

  • 72000 Clan Buchanan
  • 72001 Clan Cameron 
  • 72002 Clan Campbell 
  • 72003 Clan Fraser 
  • 72004 Clan MacDonald 
  • 72005 Clan MacGregor 
  • 72006 Clan MacKenzie 
  • 72007 Clan MacKintosh 
  • 72008 Clan MacLeod 
  • 72009 Clan Stewart
  • 72010 Hengist

TENDERS

  • BR1 tender - early clean (early BR crest and axle box colouring)
  • BR1 Tender - late clean (later BR crest and red/yellow axle box colouring)
  • BR1 tender late intermediate (later BR crest and red/yellow axle box colouring and light weathering)
  • BR1 tender late weathered (later BR crest, red/yellow axle box colouring and heavy weathering)
  • BR1B tender – For use with the Hengist

COACHES

This package includes three types of Mk.1 coaches created by Just Trains, all complete with passenger view, a unique leaking steam effect from the coach heating system and connecting vacuum hose pipes and steam heat pipes. The steam heating can be turned on and off from the locomotive footplate control.

The Mk.1 coaches are in a maroon and SR green livery in the following versions:

  • Brake Standard Open
  • First Open
  • Tourist Standard Open

ADVANCED ENGINE AND TENDER FEATURES
 
We have worked to replicate as far as possible the typical operations of a real steam locomotive. Fully replicating a realistic steam locomotive in Train Simulator is simply not possible, but we have added features which bring that dream closer to reality and give you a genuine feeling of what the real locomotive is like. We believe the Just Trains BR Standard Clan Class Advanced “Clan Class” gives you the most authentic experience to date of operating and driving a steam locomotive.

Unfortunately one of Train Simulator’s limitations is that you cannot start with a steam loco cold, i.e. without its fire lit, but with the Clan Class you have the opportunity to join the loco at the ‘warm’ stage where it is nearly ready to drive but still requires several operations to be carried out to ensure that it runs properly and efficiently, namely filling the sandboxes, cleaning out the dust and dirt from the smokebox, priming the oil system via the oil distributor pump, and blowing down the boiler to help remove impurities. These may not be a fully accurate set of operations with the engine warm, but they are the most authentic available to us for the reason stated.


Warm mode

You need to carry out the servicing operations before you can drive the locomotive. If you fail to do this, the performance of the locomotive WILL actually suffer.

 
If you fail to fill the sandboxes - turning on the sander will have no effect on improving wheel adhesion.

If you fail to clean out the smokebox - this results in a temporary performance problem, with a random degree of severity that will get worse if it is left un-cleaned.

If you fail to turn and thus prime the lubricator - this will slowly and permanently reduce the maximum performance of the locomotive to represent the damage being done.


Hot mode

All the operations which must be carried out in ‘Warm’ mode are already completed and you are ready to drive.
 

Steam chest

Realistic steam chest behaviour and tractive effort simulation, with a delay that varies depending on factors such as steam chest saturation and how open the regulator valves are.
 

Superheater valve

Simulated Malesco superheater header multiple valve, including a pilot valve and three main valves, all operated by turning the cams with the regulator handle via the external linkage.
 

Regulator ‘tapping’

Tap the regulator with the virtual palm of your hand to make finely incremented adjustments to its position.


Operating snifting/anti-vacuum valves

These protect the cylinders from damage when there is no passage of steam through the cylinders. Monitor the state of the snifter valves by listening out for the air hiss in time with the cylinder movement when they’re open and see the steam drift out when the pilot valve is open, or the blast of steam shooting sideways as the steam chest pressure rises and the snifter valves close.


Realistic reverser behaviour

The reverser lock is required to lock the reverser in place when the driver is not moving it, to prevent it from oscillating with the Walschaerts valve gear and creeping into forward gear.


Realistic brake simulation

With vacuum brakes that take longer to apply or release the longer the train is, simulated diffusion of air into and out of the train pipe is modelled, as well as locomotive and tender steam brake that can be applied by controlling the vacuum brakes and vacuum reservoir or by directly using the graduated steam brake handle.


Authentic air brakes

Operational on the Hengist only. Also included is an authentic-sounding Westinghouse air compressor to supply the required air.


ActivScript AWS (Automatic Warning System)

Acknowledge the horn by pressing the reset lever. If you press the reset lever when the horn is not sounding, it will apply the brakes. If you fail to press the reset lever about 2.5s after the horn started to sound, the brakes will start to apply, but you can still press the reset lever to cancel the automatic application.


ActivScript wheel animation, wheelslip and wheelskid

ActivScript programming simulates and correctly renders the wheel animation. The driving wheels will accelerate with wheelslip, decelerate to a halt during wheelskid (when the steam brake is applied harshly) and turn in the opposite direction of travel if the reverser is wound back into the opposite gear.


Wheelslip and wheelskid sparks in both directions

As you melt the driving wheel tyres, see the flashes and sparks increase in intensity with the increase in temperature, and increase with velocity the faster the wheels turn.

 


Chuff sounds and exhaust effects

These are always synchronised with the wheels, even during wheelslip and wheelskid.



Weather and seasons have a direct effect on adhesion

You could be driving up a steep gradient perfectly well in dry weather, but if the heavens suddenly open with rain, sleet, hail or snow you can soon find yourself in a whole heap of trouble as precipitation begins to build up on the rails.


Realistic water levels and gauges

See the photorealistic water level rise and fall with gradients, whilst also sloshing back and forth with acceleration and deceleration and oscillating as the water in the boiler boils over. See how the water reverses the chevrons on the gauge glass backplate by refraction.


Priming

A consequence of the water level being high enough at the dome that water is able to enter the internal steam pipe system and, ultimately, the cylinders. Flush the cylinders with the cylinder cocks to ensure that the water does not cause a devastating explosion in one of the cylinders.


Regulator jamming

A result of water pushing through the regulator valves during priming, making it difficult to close the regulator.


Permanent damage

Also solvable performance suppressions, including superheater cracking, wear induced by lack of lubrication, build-up of ash in the smokebox and fatal disasters including cylinder explosion due to too much water in the cylinders and loss of connecting rods when wheelslip goes out of control.


Directional sanders

These have a limited supply of sand in the sandboxes. Stop and refill the sandboxes at any time you wish.


Realistic dampers and fire temperature control

Use both the main damper wheel to control the main air stream through the fire bed and the fire doors to control the secondary air through the fire-hole in the cab.


Intelligent and advanced firing

'Lumps' of coal are thrown into the fire instead of a steady stream. Closing the firedoors automatically turns off the firing control. Photorealistic fire glow flickering effects are included.


Davies & Metcalfe exhaust injector

Use exhaust steam from the cylinders, or automatically switch over to live steam from the boiler when the steam chest pressure is very low.


Tender controls

Click on the Bardic lamp for light in the cab when it gets dark, turn the handbrake and open the coal doors to view the coal.


Working tender water gauge

Keep an eye on the water level remaining in the tender tank.


Warm and Hot mode options

Prepare your loco in Warm mode by opening the smokebox door to clear out the ash, prime the lubricators, fill the sandboxes and conduct the boiler blowdown to blow out the impurities in the water. Alternatively, start off in Hot mode where all of these tasks have been completed and you’re ready to go.


Locomotive disposal at the end of a hard shift

Clean out that smokebox ready for the loco’s next turn of duty, blow the boiler down, then open the ash pan doors and empty the firebox with the rocking grate.


Steam heat control

Keep your passengers on board the Just Trains Mk1 coaches nice and toasty during the winter season and see the steam leaking out of the carriage steam heat pressure relief valves - and sometimes shoddy piping!


Intelligent communication between a growing number of Just Trains locomotives

couple one or more Clans together, or double-head with a Just Trains 4MT Advanced, for synchronised cylinder drain cocks control, regulator and to whistle communication with a little toot!


Advanced and photorealistic 'next-generation' smoke and steam effects

More accurate effects than ever before! See the main smoke stack change density and velocity with the change in blast-pipe pressure, change colour with stoking and the change in firemass. Use the colour of the smoke to determine the temperature of the fire – lots of black smoke indicates more coal being thrown into the firebox than the fire can burn! See the steam leaks from the safety valves and chime whistle flutter with the air flowing past the loco at speed.  Notice the steam emissions from the cylinders in time with the movement of the motion. Beware of the water droplets blasting out of the cylinder cocks and chimney, indicating a serious case of priming!


Highly realistic and detailed external animations

Regulator linkage, loco brake linkage, sandbox lids, smokebox door, cab side windows, cab sliding roof hatches and realistically moving mechanical lubricators.


Fully customisable headcodes

You can preselect the desired headcode for both the player and AI locomotives in the Scenario Editor.


Southern Region selectable headcode discs (Hengist only)

Southern Region used a unique set of headcode disc layouts to indicate the destination of the train. We have included 15 of the most commonly used routes that can be configured on the Hengist.


Visible raindrops

These appear on the windows of the exterior model.


Leaking cylinder cock scenario trigger

Place the special On/Off triggers in your scenarios to simulate a leaking cylinder cock which will have an effect on the performance of the locomotive!


SCENARIOS

Note: All the supplied scenarios have been created using the Advanced version of the Class 6 so you must have the locomotive in Advanced mode to drive these scenarios.

Please note also that not all the following routes are included in Train Simulator by default and are not supplied with this product. You can purchase them either from the Just Trains website or from the STEAM store.


Standard scenarios

The approximate total duration of these scenarios is 20 hours and 20 minutes.


Bristol and Avonmouth

JT BR Clan – Severn Beach Bound

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk.1s
Duration: 80 minutes

Drive 72010 Hengist from Bristol Temple Meads to Severn Beach on ‘The Severn Beacher’. You will return with a Class 37 from Severn Beach.


Bristol to Exeter

JT BR Clan – The Royal Duchy Part 1

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk.1s
Duration: 80 minutes

Drive 72008 Clan McLeod on 'The Royal Duchy' from Bristol to Par, as far as Exeter, calling at Yatton and Taunton en route.


JT BR Clan – The Royal Duchy Part 3

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk.1s
Duration: 130 minutes

Drive 72010 Hengist on a returning ‘Royal Duchy’ excursion from Par to Bristol. Between Exeter and Temple Meads you will have a short stop at Taunton.


Mid-Hants Railway

JT BR Clan – Lunch Time Service

Stock: JT BR Southern Green Mk.1s
Duration: 35 minutes

Drive a BR Clan on the 12:00 Alton to Alresford service.


JT BR Clan – R.A.T.

Stock: JT BR Southern Green Mk.1s
Duration: 60 minutes

Drive a BR Clan on the MHRs R.A.T. (Real Ale Train) from Alton to Alresford late on a snowy November evening. You will call at Medstead and Ropley en route, and on reaching Alresford you will stable the stock and then return the loco to Ropley MPD for disposal.


London to Faversham

JT BR Clan – The Evening Circular

Stock: JT Maroon Mk.1s
Duration: 40 minutes

Drive a Clan locomotive on the ‘Evening Circular' rail tour which has just arrived at Gravesend from London. You are to drive the train non-stop to Faversham where another driver will take control.


Riviera Line

JT BR Clan – The Royal Duchy Part 2

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk1s
Duration: 30 minutes

Drive 72008 on 'The Royal Duchy' from Exeter to Newton Abbot. You will be looped at Dawlish Warren for 1C76 to pass, but other than that you are due to run non-stop.


Settle to Carlisle

JT BR Clan – The Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express Part 2

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk1s
Duration: 120 minutes

Drive 72010 Hengist on the returning WCME from Carlisle to Settle with a short water stop included at Appleby. You must tackle ‘The Long Drag’ up to Ais Gill summit. Can you keep time?


West Coast Mainline over Shap

JT BR Clan – The Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express Part 1

Stock: JT BR Maroon Mk1s
Duration: 70 minutes

Drive 72010 Hengist non-stop on one of the WCME trains from Carnforth to Carlisle. The timings are strict and you will need to keep to them as you head north over Grayrigg and Shap!


West of Scotland Lines – The Port Road

JT BR Clan – The Paddy

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 190 minutes

Drive 72005 Clan MacGregor on ‘The Northern Irishman' (or as it's commonly known’ 'The Paddy') from Carlisle to Stranraer Harbour on a dry night in the summer of 1964. You will call at a number of stations en route.


JT BR Clan – Driver Tutorial

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 30 minutes

You are a new driver on the Scottish Region and today is your first day on board one of ten BR Clan locomotives allocated to the Scottish Region. You will drive a simple stopper from Kirkcudbright to Castle Douglas – once you've prepared the loco, of course!


JT BR Clan – Fish Oil

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 80 minutes

Drive 72003 Clan Fraser on a fish train from Castle Douglas to Kirkcudbright before returning to Dumfries with a loaded oil train.


JT BR Clan – Morning Goods

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 45 minutes

Drive 72006 Clan Mackenzie on a goods train from Stranraer to Newton Stewart in the winter of 1963/4.


JT BR Clan – School Special

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 60 minutes

Pupils from a Dumfries secondary school are heading to Tarff for a weekend away, and you are to haul the train with 72009 Clan Stewart before returning the empty stock to Castle Douglas.


JT BR Clan – The Boat Train

Stock: Just Trains Maroon Mk1s & Crimson and Cream Mk1s
Duration: 140 minutes

Drive 72003 Clan Mackintosh on the 13:40 boat train from Stranraer. This is the Stranraer-Larne boat train and is hauled today by just one locomotive, the pilot loco having failed on shed! Thankfully we have been given permission to knock some of the weight off by leaving some coaches behind – good job it's not the main season yet! You will be in control from Stranraer to Dumfries, where a crew change will take place.


Free Roam scenarios

London to Faversham

JT BR Clan – Hoo Junction Free Roam

Click on a train and take it for a drive!


Western Lines of Scotland route

JT BR Clan – Stranraer Free Roam

Click on a train and take it for a drive!

System Requirements:


  • Train Simulator 2017
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • 512MB RAM (1GB for Vista)
  • 256MB graphics card
  • Windows 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 500MB hard drive space
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BR Standard Class 6 Advanced 'Clan Class'

This BR Clan Advanced collection includes all the ten Clan Class loco's that were built as well as the new-build 72010 Hengist, early and late style tenders, a set of Just Trains Mk.1 coaches and 15 scenarios!

These locomotives are the most realistic developed by Just Trains and boast a huge range of genuinely Advanced features, realistically operating controls, accurate animations, and amazing smoke and steam effects.

Download size: 179MB (learn about downloads)

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