The BR Class 45 is a class of Sulzer's Type 4 Diesel locomotives formerly operated by British Railway on Trans-Pennine passenger services in Northern England.
Class 45/1 Edit
This subclass is the same as the Class 45/0, but are equipped with an Electric Train Heating (ETH) supply. It is featured in the Northern Trans-Pennine route, which is set in 1983, during the time when there operated along that route.
The BR Class 45 runs a 24 hr timetable on both Northern Trans-Pennine and East Coastway. Links can be found below to the appropriate timetables:
|Locomotives||BR Class 45 - BR Class 47 - BR Class 101|
|Rolling Stock||BR Mk1 - BR Mk2|
|Stations||Manchester Victoria - Miles Platting - Park - Ashton-Under-Lyne - Staylbridge - Mossley - Greenfield - Marsden - Slaithwaite - Huddersfield - Deighton - Mirfield - Ravensthorpe - Dewsbury - Batley - Morley - Leeds|
|Tutorials||Diesel Locomotives Introduction - Class 101 Introduction (NTP)|
|Scenarios||Trans-Pennine - Driving Rain - Down and Out - Rescue Run - Red Bank Rotation|
|Journeys||Locomotive Driver - DMU Driver|
|DLC||BR Heavy Freight Pack|
|British Locomotives and Multiple Units|
|Diesel Locomotives||BR Class 08 - BR Class 09 - 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|