TSG BR425 Pro-Line

Compatibility: Train Simulator 2019
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The DB BR 425, a four-coach efficient and light EMU, was ordered by Deutsche Bahn in 1994 and built, beside the suburban-specific DB BR 423 for German S-Bahn services, by a consortium of Siemens, Adtranz/Bombardier and the DWA (Deutsche Waggonbau AG). The difference to its siblings, the DB BR 423 and 424, is that this type of EMU was built for normal stopping services. The equipment is slightly different - each car has one door less and one of the two motorised cab cars was fitted with a lavatory that is handicapped accessible.

In total, 249 four-coach units split into five different sub-classes were built. These sub-classes have slightly different fittings, such as additional steps at the doors and a different interior in general. Technically, the trains are almost identical, including the derived classes 424 (S-Bahn Hanover) and 426 (stopping trains). There are some different train safety systems in these classes; the first and the third batch of units were fitted with LZB and are permitted to run with speeds up to 160 km/h, while the rest of the trains are limited to 140 km/h.

During the first years of service, a couple of issues were reported on these newly built units; in particular the braking systems led to major issues and caused train delays during daily use. Passengers criticised the noise and the overall interior in general. Deutsche Bahn was able to eliminate most of these issues with rebuilds that were applied over time. Today all trains run under Deutsche Bahn AGs REGIO franchise and can be seen throughout Germany.

The representation for Train Simulator models the first batch of this EMU and is fitted with LZB, allowing speeds up to 160 km/h. All details of this class were prototypically represented and taken over to its digital model. Naturally, the lavatories are included, as well as the footboards.

This package includes two versions of this train. A clean variant and slightly weathered version. Of course, all features and gimmicks which our customers love are included. Adjustable sun blinds and windows, EBuLa, and even new features like adjustable seats and camera adjustments are included. The interior has been completely and prototypically built and can be inspected by using one of the different passenger views that come with this package.

These features are accompanied by more complex functions like the manual door controls and realistic handling and driving behaviour. Prototypical and fully operating PZB and LZB are also included. Working destination blinds and automatically adjusting coach numbering complete this pack.

This EMU is aimed more experienced users and the included manual should be read carefully to guarantee an optimal driving and operating experience in Train Simulator.

  • Two variations (clean & slightly weathered) included
  • Prototypical driving behaviour
  • Complex simulation of acceleration and braking
  • LZB with Befehl40 to pass signals at danger
  • Prototypical PZB V2.0
  • Zeit-Zeit SIFA
  • Operating EBuLa
  • Manually and automatically operating door controls (adjustable)
  • Driver's seat height adjustments with adjusting camera position
  • Working gauge lights
  • Cab light and reading light
  • Windscreen wipers with interval operation
  • Pantographs with modelled electrostatic discharges
  • TS effects like raindrops and lens flare
  • Different camera positions and angles inside the cab and the coaches
  • Working and adjustable destination blinds
  • Optional easy start-up procedure (cold and dark)
  • Compatible with TS save feature
  • Prototypical sound effects
Note: The installation program allows you to select additionally created Normal map textures to reduce RAM usage. These might be helpful to reduce RAM usage of the 32-Bit version to prevent crashes. The overall texture quality might be affected in a very small way. The 64-Bit version of Train Simulator does not require these reduced textures.

System Requirements:


  • Processor: Intel Core-i3 4330 3.50GHz Dual Core or AMD A8 6600K 3.90GHz Quad Core
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 Graphics with 1GB dedicated VRAM
  • OS: Windows 10 / 8.1 / 7 Service Pack 1
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
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TSG BR425 Pro-Line This advanced and realistic simulation for Train Simulator provides a clean variant and a slightly weathered version of the light DB BR 425 EMU, complete with PZB, SIFA and LZB, EBula, manual door controls, working destination blinds and automatically adjusting coach numbering.

Electrostatic discharges are modelled for the pantographs and other features include different camera positions and angles inside the cab and the coaches, realistic lighting and driver's seat height adjustments.

Download size: 140MB (learn about downloads)

$35.99
In Stock
Earn 120 points with this purchase