The BR Class 40 was a mixed-traffic locomotive built for British Rail in the 1950s and 1960s. It is featured in the BR Heavy Freight Pack for the Northern Trans-Pennine route, set in 1983, in BR Blue. By this point the BR Class 40 operated only in the north of England, primarily operating freight services but sometimes also Inter-City passenger services on Trans-Pennine routes.
The Class 40 has two variant headcodes from the BR Heavy Freight Pack. One designed with a Centre nose with Marker Lights, and one designed with Disks for Train Classifications.
The BR Class 40 runs a 24 hr timetable on both Northern Trans-Pennine and East Coastway. Links can be found below to the appropriate timetables:
|BR Heavy Freight Pack|
|Locomotives||BR Class 08 - BR Class 40|
|Rolling Stock||2-axle Box Van - TEA Tanker Wagon|
|Tutorials||Class 08 Introduction (HFP) - Class 40 Introduction|
|Scenarios||Tools of the Trade - Standedge Struggle - Whistler and Gronk|
|British Locomotives and Multiple Units|
|Diesel Locomotives||BR Class 08 - BR Class 09 - BR Class 20 - BR Class 31 - BR Class 33 - BR Class 37 - BR Class 40 - BR Class 43 - BR Class 45 - BR Class 47 - BR Class 52 - BR Class 66|
|Diesel Multiple Units||BR Class 101 - BR Class 166|
|Electric Multiple Units||BR Class 377|
|London Underground Stock||1972 Mark 2 Stock|