The Class 158 "Express Sprinter" is a diesel multiple-unit built for British Rail between 1989 and 1992 by BREL to replace locomotive-hauled passengers and to allow other members of the Sprinter family to be cascaded, allowing the withdrawal of elderly first-generation DMUs. 182 sets were constructed, with 30 converted to Class 159s.
For Train Simulator, a Class 158 was developed by Ben Laws and released on Steam in four liveries, with his Northern and Regional Railways variants recycled in the Settle to Carlisle and Manchester - Liverpool routes respectively.
Class 158 DMU Add-OnEdit
|Class 158 DMU Add-On|
|Availability||Currently available on Steam|
|Features||Class 158 in 4 liveries|
|Scenarios||5 Standard |
1 Free Roam
The Class 158 was developed by Ben Laws, with assistance from Derek Siddle and Adam Lucas on the functionality side of the project, writing scenarios, and testing, and was released by RSC through Steam. The liveries included are:
- Sprinter Express - Regional Railways.
- Maroon & Gold - First North Western Transpennine Express.
- Green & Black - Central Trains unbranded.
- Blue & Purple - Northern Rail unbranded.
- Oxford All Stops
- Trial Run
- Central Heating
- Over the Hill
- Continental Connection
- Oxford-Paddington Free Roam
Settle to CarlisleEdit
The Class 158 in unbranded Northern Livery included as part of the Settle to Carlisle route add-on is much the same as in the Class 158 pack, only with minor texture modifications such as weathering applied to the exterior body.