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This file needs a string for the latest train id and a string for the earlier train id. You need to be able to see the previous train ids in the Train window. For example: 1.9.1 test 2.0.1 test.
Once you have created this file (C:Program FilesSteamSteamAppsCommonTrainSimulatorCivilianSchedules_testData) you can place the necessary files in the same folder.
We provide 3D models of boxcars and locomotives at our http://www.runescape.com/trains/tsim/ website.
The Class 390 is the next generation of Super Sprinter and DMU. Constructed by Metro Cammell in the 1980s, this DMU was designed to replace the ageing DMUs found on the many British Rail suburban lines. It was the first new style Super Sprinter built by the British Rail engineering team, and was therefore designed to be as light as possible but still have adequate power. This resulted in a sleek design, with a long metal ladder at the rear end to allow safe access to the trailer for maintenance work, and a much more powerful gearbox and emergency brake.
Powered by a 4-cylinder engine developing 125hp, the engine was manufactured by Leyland, but the bogie (or bogies) of the driving motor units were built by Metro-Cammell. This was an innovative solution to the problems posed by the increasing length of British Rail main lines with many longer tunnels and steep gradients. The engines for the Class 390 driving motor units were later fitted with a relatively slow reverse gear which allows for balanced operation without a power brake function. This enabled the Super Sprinter fleet to reduce the overall power needed to power the units.
an alternative to the java library is to use the standard text-file protocol, in which case you would use the tsim library to communicate with the simulator. that would be the least work, but you would have to do it yourself. read more about the standard text-file protocol here:
the simulator sends short messages like “stop”, “approach”, “depart”, “approach-stop” to identify the various messages it is capable of handling. the simulator sends the full messages in textual form, as the protocol requires. you should be able to catch these messages with the java library, so long as you write your code to cope with them. the simulator also sends messages that are not listed above. these are not important to you, so you need not worry about them.
the simulator implements a protocol that is completely different from the one we use in our simulator. its protocol is standard text protocol, in which the simulator sends messages of fixed length as text strings. the fixed lengths of the messages are:
the class 390 emus are the high speed trains of the southeastern franchise, operating between london, kent and the kent coast and the south coast. the class 390s were primarily designed to replace the high speed class 373 and class 374 emus, which have been in use since the start of the franchise in december 2003, but also significantly improved the capacity of the southeastern franchise. the class 390s were introduced in 2007 and joined the southeastern franchise on 30 december 2007. they were the first high speed trains to operate on the southeastern franchise. the class 390s are manufactured by alstom, with whom southeastern have a specialised maintenance contract.