The smallest of British Railway?s Standard class locomotives, the BR Standard Class 2MT, is now available for Train Simulator.
Originally derived from the Ivatt-designed Class 2MT for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, the BR Standard Class 2MT was designed by R.A. Riddles with a 2-6-0 wheel arrangement and tender, with some differences to its LMS cousin. Noticeably, these included a reduced cab and taller chimney, and copied the tender cab from the LMS version to give the crew better visibility, especially when running tender first.
The Class 2MT, often nicknamed ?Mickey Mouse?, was also designed to be light in weight so it could operate on mostly light laid routes and secondary lines, primarily in the North of England and Scotland, proving its versatility to haul passenger and freight trains. The BR 2MT is also known as having one of the shortest operating lives of BR steam locomotives, being built between December 1952 and November 1956, and being withdrawn a few short years later by August 1967. However, four of the class have survived on the UK?s preserved lines.
The Standard Class 2MT for Train Simulator, developed by Digital Traction, is available in British Railways black livery with early and late crests, and features lamp and firebox effects, custom headcode and headlamps, realistic driving physics and steam effects.
The locomotive is also Quick Drive compatible, giving you the freedom to drive the BR Standard Class 2MT on any Quick Drive enabled route for Train Simulator, such as those available through Steam. Also included are scenarios specifically for the Western Lines of Scotland (available separately and required to play these scenarios).
Six scenarios for the Western Lines of Scotland:
- All Fired Up
- Youve Got Mail
- Stewartry All Stops
- The Errand Boy
- Galloway All Stops
- Job Done
- Standard Class 2MT in British Railways black (early and late crest) livery
- Quick Drive compatible
- Lamp and firebox lighting effects
- Custom headcodes and headlamps
- Realistic locomotive driving physics Scenarios for the Western Lines of Scotland route
Source: The Publisher Website.