LMS Patriot 'Baby Scot'

Compatibility: Train Simulator 2017
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The LMS Patriot Class was designed by Sir Henry Fowler; 52 of the class were built from 1930 to 1934 and were initially intended for express passenger work.

The class were also known as 'Baby Scots', mainly due to the fact that they were very similar to the more established 'Royal Scot' class in terms of looks.

This distinctive and classic engine is presented here in a set of liveries and with different headboards and with/without smoke deflectors.    

Supplied with a set of custom scenarios, the Patriot will take you on an authentic jouney back to the steam era.


LOCOMOTIVES

5500 'Croxteth' LMS Red Livery - no smoke deflectors
5501 'Sir Frank Ree LMS Photographic grey livery - no smoke deflectors

5500 and 5501 were the first two of the class built and differ from the rest in a number of ways, most notably in the style of the drive wheels which were very much LNWR Claughten style (the Claughten class being the locos from which many of the Patriots were re-built).

The 5501 engine is based on photographic evidence and the fact that it bears the number 5502 is how it appeared. The monochromatic livery on this model was used to enhance the appearance of official photographs because of the limitations of the photographic processes of the day. 5500 & 5501 were both renamed by 1937 and these are the ones featured.

5500 'Patriot' LMS Red Livery - with smoke deflectors
5501 'St Dunstans' LMS Red livery - with smoke deflectors

These reflect 5500 & 5501 after they were renamed around 1937.

5504 'Royal Signals' LMS Red Livery - with smoke deflectors
5526 'Morecombe and Heysham' LMS Red Livery - with smoke deflectors
5541 'Duke of Sutherland' LMS Red Livery, with smoke deflectors

5504, 5526 and 5541 reflect how the balance of the Patriots appeared in the late 1930s. All LMS Red locos except 5526 do not have lined wheel tyres and are designed to go with the tender for 5541.

5538 'Giggleswick' LMS black livery - with smoke deflectors

In 1946 the LMS Express livery changed to black with a different style of lettering. 5538 is included with this livery.


COACHES

A set of Just Trains Mk1 coaches is included.


ENGINE AND TENDER FEATURES
 
Finely modelled external models:

  • Headboards
  • Front and rear working lights
  • Headboard mounting brackets
  • Fully animated and intricate running gear
  • Cylinder cock piping
  • Sanders piping
  • Buffers
  • Couplings
  • Boiler side hand grab rails
  • Name plates
  • Pressure relief valves
  • Core plugs
  • Steps
  • Rivets
  • Cab access grab handles
  • Steam whistle
  • Tender rear steps
  • Tender water filling point
  • Animated coal level 

Accurately detailed cab:

  • Animated firebox door
  • Roof vents
  • Pipe work
  • Gauges
  • Levers and controls
  • Driver and Fireman seats

Animated controls:

  • Sanding lever
  • Cylinder cock lever
  • Blower lever
  • Live injector Steam
  • Exhaust injector Steam
  • Reverser
  • Regulator
  • Whistle operating lever
  • Brake operating lever
  • Small Ejector

Operating gauges

  • Brake vacuum
  • Boiler pressure gauge
  • Steam heating gauge
  • Dual water level indicators
  • Reverser position indicator


PHYSICS AND EFFECTS

  • Custom Physics
  • Smoke and steam effects

SCENARIOS

Please note that the scenarios included with this add-on will only work on the assigned routes, some of which are not supplied with Train Simulator and will need to be purchased.

 

Bath Green Park to Templecombe route

JT Patriot – Burnham Stopper
Drive 5538 'Giggleswick' on a stopping service from Templecombe to Burnham as far as Evercreech Junction on a crisp winter day.

JT Patriot – Last Train Home
Drive 5500 'Croxteth' on the last train of the evening to Exeter from Bath Green Park as far as Templecombe.

JT Patriot – Patriotism
It's 1942 and the country is trying to cope with World War II. You must assist in the war effort by delivering supplies from Shepton Mallet to Templecombe.

JT Patriot – The Pines Express
Today you are working the northbound 'Pines Express' from Bournemouth to Manchester. You are taking over at Templecombe and will call at Evercreech Junction (11:03-11:06), Shepton Mallet (11:18-19) and Bath Green Park (11:56). At Bath another driver will take over.

JT Patriot – War Mail
Tonight you are in control of a Patriot on a heavy rake of loaded mail vans, many of which are carrying important messages from families to soldiers on mainland Europe. We must try and keep to time tonight, which won't be easy with such a heavy train. You are to make a call at Evercreech Junction yard to pick up some more vans from 20:47 to 21:04 but if you are ready you may leave early and get a head start on the climb. You should try and aim to arrive at Bath for 21:40 as the London-bound mail train leaves at 22:00 and this section must be a part of it!

JT Patriot – A difficult night...
Tonight won't be an easy shift, I'm afraid! The loco that was supposed to be heading down to Templecombe with you has failed on shed. It's too late to do anything about it now, though! There is a train full of 400 excited holiday makers waiting in the station and they don't want to be late getting to Bournemouth! You have a heavy 10-coach train to haul over the Mendips - will you make it? Your timetable (if you can keep to it!) is: Bath Dep: 02:35, Evercreech Junction 03:43-50 and your arrival time at Templecombe is 04:07. A Bournemouth driver will take over there. Good luck - you'll need it!

JT Patriot – Free Roam
Pick a loco by clicking on it, then explore the route. Remember to change the points as they are all manually controlled.
 

London to Brighton route
 
JT Patriot – Free Roam
Pick a locomotive and drive. Be sure to manually set the points!

JT Patriot - Sunday Morning Stock Move
Drive an LMS Patriot from Balham down to Brighton with empty stock from a previous day's rail tour.

System Requirements:


  • Train Simulator 2017
  • 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
  • 512MB RAM (1.0Gb for Vista)
  • 256MB graphics card
  • Windows 8 / 7 / XP / Vista
  • Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
  • 490MB hard drive space
Note: Not all the routes required for the included scenarios are included in Train Simulator and are not supplied with this product. They are available to purchase from the STEAM store.
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Take a trip back to the steam era with this outstanding 'Baby Scot' collection. The locomotives are modelled to a very high level of detail and the eight different models come with different headboards and with and without smoke deflectors.
 
A set of Just Trains Mk1 coaches is provided to accompany the locomotives, and there is also a selection of enjoyable scenarios included to help you get to know the route!

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