LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

THE LSWR HOSTED MANY FAMOUS CLASSES, FROM DRUMMOND’S GREYHOUNDS TO THE DIMINUTIVE BEATTIE WELL TANKS

Until 1839 the London & South Western Railway was known as the London & Southampton Railway. Its network grew from the original mainline from Nine Elms to Southampton to one that extended from London down to Portsmouth and westward into Cornwall and GWR territory.

Known for its extensive electrified suburban network the LSWR had several Locomotive Superintendents (another term for the Chief Mechanical Engineer), among them William Adams and Dugald Drummond. The LSWR became part of the Southern Railway in 1923.

‘T9’ Greyhound
4-4-0

This add-on focuses on the superheated lives of the ‘T9’ class. Features include:

  • Over 30 dynamic variations
  • 25 different liveries
  • 3D numberplates
  • Advanced scripting
  • Custom soundset