Train Simulator 2017 Class 365 EMU Firts Capital Connect Kings Cross to Welwyn Garden City

Racing Wheel : Thrustmaster T500RS + Shift TH8R ++++++++++ +The British Rail Class 365 “Networker Express” are dual-voltage (25 kV AC and 750 V DC) electric multiple units built by ABB at York, from 1994 to 1995. These were the last units to be built at the York factory before its closure. All Class 365 units in service have received front-end cab modifications to equip them with cab air conditioning, installed by WAGN, the design of which has given them the nickname “Happy Train” In the early 1990s, the Networker family was entering large-scale service in the Network SouthEast sector – both third-rail EMUs (Class 465/466) and DMUs (Class 165/166) were in service, with proposals for others, including a so-called “Universal Networker”, intended as Class 371 and 381, that would have dual-voltage capability. However, by 1992, no work had been done in the development of these due to a lack of funding, so a replacement plan was required. For this, the Class 465 was modified for longer-distance services – a prototype was converted from an existing unit (designated as Class 465/3) to determine suitability, before funding was authorised for the purchase of 41 dual-voltage EMUs, each of four cars. These became the Class 365. Although specified as a dual-voltage unit, Class 365s have never operated with this capability since they were built with only one system of traction current pickup. Units 365501 to 365516, which worked briefly for Network SouthEast before the franchise was given to Connex South Eastern, were originally supplied only with DC shoe gear for use on the 750 V third-rail system[6] (with the exception of unit 365502, which ran briefly on the AC network during testing and commissioning and was the main reason for this unit being chosen as the one subleased from Connex South Eastern to WAGN to bolster unit availability in the aftermath of the Potters Bar Crash in 2002). In this configuration the maximum speed was 90 mph (145 km/h).[7] When they transferred to West Anglia Great Northern for use with 25 kV AC overhead line traction supply, the shoes and associated equipment were removed and a Brecknell Willis high speed pantograph was installed, along with other operator and voltage-specific modifications and testing by Bombardier Transportation at its Doncaster Works, shortly before the works were closed. ++++++++++ Best Network wins more money with your youtube channel CPM of $ 3 to $ 30, and in my channel I’ve seen higher of $ 30 per 1000 views 🙂 and pays 70% more than other networks Las mejores Network Gana Mas dinero con tu canal de youtube CPM de $ 3 a $ 30, y en mi canal lo he visto mas alto de $ 30 por cada 1000 vistas 🙂 y paga 70% mas que en otras networks 1st) Zoomin TV 70%: Of the five networks Zoomin TV is the best CPM Very high 1º) Zoomin TV 70%: De las cinco networks Zoomin TV es la mejor CPM Muy altos goo.gl/kvPEji 2st) Scalelab 70%: I readily accept 2ª) Scalelab : Te aceptan con facilidad goo.gl/pV0WDN 3nd) GT Channel 70%: You accept easily 3ª) GT Channel : Te aceptan con facilidad goo.gl/yykieF 4rd) Freedom 60%: You accept easily 4ª) Freedom : Te aceptan con facilidad goo.gl/ZX2Ze3 5th) Recstudios 70%: You have to have 200 daily views on your channel for you to accept 5ª) Recstudios : Tienes que tener 200 vistas diarias en tu canal para que te acepten goo.gl/YmMB5h +++++++++++ Give Like and comment on video costs nothing, and yet it does not seem, is helpful;) and not forget subscribe THANK YOU! NewsTecnologiaNews: goo.gl/SQ9bsL TheMunSession: goo.gl/CW9uAn Technology-Mun: goo.gl/3zOty5 TheMunSessionBlogs: goo.gl/CVkyFD Facebook: goo.gl/6XxCmW twitter.com/_TheMunSession_ twitter.com/TheMunSession_ twitter.com/TrainISimulator twitter.com/FlightsSmulator twitter.com/IIIILEGOIIII twitter.com/GranITurismo
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