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TRAIN SIM HABER Weekend Sale – Ending Soon!

'Simülasyon Haberleri Bölümü' forumunda Christina tarafından 9 Ocak 2017 tarihinde açılan konu

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    Merhaba arkadaşlar, Dovetail Games Ekibi tarafından Weekend Sale – Ending Soon! isimli bir haber resmi Blog üzerinden yayınlandı! İlgili Train Simulator 2017 / Train Sim World haberi, orjinal geliştirici içeriğini kapsar ve İngilizce versiyondur. Simülasyon dünyasına dair güncel haberler yayınlandıkça, Simülasyon Merkezi olarak ivedilikle aktarmaya devam edeceğiz. Daha fazla detay için lütfen geliştirici içeriğine göz atınız.

    İngilizce Versiyon (English Version):

    Weekend Sale – Ending Soon!

    Time is running out for you to save on Train Simulator Content!

    You don’t have long left to kick off the new year by adding to or starting your Train Simulator collection at bargain prices, so head to the Store by clicking on the link below before you lose your chance!


    Amtrak Acela Express



    Acela! It is America’s fastest train, and one of its most successful. Operating over Amtrak’s electrified Northeast Corridor between Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D. C., at speeds up to 150 mph, the Acela carries more than 3 million passengers a year.

    Amtrak’s Acela high-speed trains, built by Bombardier and introduced to service in 2000, are powered by two stylish but burly (to meet U. S. crash standards) electric power cars, each weighing 200,000 pounds, delivering 6,169 horsepower, and equipped with advanced A. C. traction. Between the two power cars, the standard Acela consist is six cars, five coaches (one configured for first class and four as business class) and a mid-train café car. The coaches of the Acela, but not its power cars, are equipped for tilt operations.

    Now a decade-and-a-half into their service careers, Amtrak’s 20 stylish Acela train sets continue to set the standard for both speed and comfort on the busy Northeast Corridor and typically carry upwards of 15,000 travelers each weekday.

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    Gatwick Express Class 442 ‘Wessex’


    The Class 442 ‘Wessex Electric’ (or 5WES) electric multiple unit (EMU) was introduced in 1988 on the South Western main line between London Waterloo and Weymouth. Their introduction coincided with the completion of the electrification from Bournemouth to Weymouth.

    The units were initially used solely on the Weymouth line, but through the 1990s began to be used on the London Waterloo to Portsmouth direct line. Upon privatisation, the whole fleet passed to the South West Trains franchise, and then to Southern.

    In 2008, Southern began a refurbishment programme that saw all Class 442 units pass on to Gatwick Express services between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport, and at peak times to Brighton.

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    DB BR 605 ICE TD


    Following the successful introduction of the Intercity-Express system across Germany in the early 1990s, Deutsche Bahn started plans to upgrade long distance services with higher speeds and raise comfort levels for passengers, and to replace locomotive-hauled regional services.

    These developments resulted in three new ICE trains being built – the ICE 3, ICE T and ICE VT, the latter ‘VT’ standing for Verbrennungstriebwagen (internal combustion motor car). All three trains were developed alongside each other and shared common components and layout – noticeable differences on the ICE VT were its crescent-shaped bogie supports and the removal of pantographs.

    The ICE VT – later to be more commonly known as the ICE TD – was built by a Bombardier and Siemens consortium, and a four-car configuration chosen, without a restaurant car. The first trainset was assembled in 1998 and in 2001, all 20 units were commissioned for Deutsche Bahn and today operate on many electrified lines in Germany, despite being diesel powered

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    :sm.net: KALİTE TESADÜF DEĞİLDİR :sm.net:
     
    #1 Christina, 9 Ocak 2017
    En son bir moderatör tarafından düzenlenmiş: 9 Ocak 2017
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