GWR Dukedog steam locomotive pack released for Train Simulator

Dukdog
Credit: Digital Traction

Digital Traction has announced that their GWR Dukedog steam locomotive pack has been released and is now available to purchase.

The pack comes with a custom lamp system, headboards, spark effects, 3 scenarios and custom sounds.

Digital Traction has also included seven liveries with the locomotive, these being:- BR Black, GWR, BR Lined Black (Fictional), GWR Black (Fictional), BR Black weathered, GWR Green weathered, Earl of Berkeley

This superb pack costs just £14.99. You can get your hands on it by clicking here.

In the real world

In the real world, the Dukedog class of locomotive was built between 1936 and 1939, they have a wheel arrangement of 4-4-0. One Dukedog, 3440 City of Truro, is said to have gone to 100mph before 60103 Flying Scotsman, however, there wasn’t an official recording.

In the real world

In the real world, the London and South Western Railway 415 class were designed by William Adams and were introduced in 1882 and gained the name ‘Adams Radial Tanks’. Most of the class were scrapped around World War 1, however, one still survives today at the Bluebell Railway as No.488, but this hasn’t run since the 1980s.

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