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{{Train_(Next_Gen)|title1 = Class 43|image1 = Class 43.png|cost = Unknown|speed = 125 MPH|number_of_coaches = 4 with 2 locomotives, making it 6 cars|family = InterCity 125|operated_by = [[Stepford Express]]|caption1 = A Class 43 with a [[Class 321]] at [[Llyn-by-the-Sea]]}}The '''Class 43''' (also known as the HST) is the first [[Stepford Express]] train. It was revealed on October 18, 2019; alongside [[Llyn-by-the-Sea]].
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{{Train_(Next_Gen)|title1 = Class 43|image1 = RobloxScreenShot20191219 194326530.png|cost =3000 Points |speed = 125 MPH|number_of_coaches = 4 with 2 locomotives, making it 6 cars|family = [[:Category:InterCity 125|InterCity 125]]|operated_by = [[Stepford Express]]|caption1 = Class 43 #43069 heading to [[Stepford Central]] from [[Northshore]].|number_of_doors = |depot(s) = [[Stepford Depot]]<br>[[Leighton Depot]]<br>[[Faymere Green TMD (Northbound)]]<br>[[Faymere Green TMD (Southbound)]]<br>[[Northshore Depot]]}}The '''Class 43 '''''[https://scr.fandom.com/wiki/Category:InterCity_125 InterCity 125] '' is a diesel locomotive manufactured by BREL, in use on [[Stepford Express]]. Two of these locomotives top-and-tailing four Mark 3 coaches can be purchased for 3000 points. When the train first came out it was only 2400 points and that was until 26 December 2019.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* This will be the oldest train in the game having entered service in 1975.
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* These are the oldest trains in the SCR, having entered service in 1975 in real life.
* This will be the lowest numbered train in the game; and will beat the previous lowest numbered train, the [[Class 68|'''Class 68''']].
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** In real life, some of these trains are being removed from service after more than 40 years in service, being replaced by Hitachi A-Train units, such as the [[Class 801]] and [[Class 802]].
* In real life, some of these trains were put out of service after 43 years.
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* This is the second diesel locomotive and also the second locomotive-hauled unit, alongside the [[Class 68]].
* The Class 43 will have the same unit number for both locomotives, despite being different units. This is likely a coding limitation.
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* This was the lowest class numbered train in the entire game before [[Class 08]] was introduced. 
* The Class 43 in SCR has 4 coaches and 2 locomotives, which also exists in real life, these are the ScotRail and GWR short HST sets, also known as the ''Pocket Rocket ''sets''.''
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* The two Class 43 locomotives have the same unit number for both locomotives, despite being different units. This is likely a coding limitation. This also applies to the double [[Class 185]] units running on [[AirLink]] and [[Class 68]].
* This train will be the second locomotive hauled train, the first being the aforementioned [[Class 68]].
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* The Class 43 in SCR has 4 coaches and 2 locomotives, a configuration which also exists in real life, these are the ScotRail, Network Rail and GWR short HST sets, also known as the ''Pocket Rocket ''sets''.''
* This was the train hiding at [[Starryloch]].
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* This train is one of the two longest trains in SCR (if you count the locomotives on both sides), the other train being the [[AirLink]] double [[Class 185]] unit.
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* This train has got Valenta sounds, but this is MTU version.
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* This train is one of the most expensive trains in SCR. The others are the [[Class 387]], [[Class 802]], and [[Class 68]].
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* This train is one of the two fastest trains in SCR, along with the [[Class 801]].
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* Despite the fact that this train has 1 more car than the [[Class 801]], both trains are around the same in length.
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* 2 Class 43 locomotives can be seen back to back at [[Faymere Green TMD]]
 
[[Category:InterCity 125]]
 
[[Category:InterCity 125]]
 
[[Category:Stepford Express Fleet]]
 
[[Category:Stepford Express Fleet]]
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[[Category:Next-Gen Trains]]
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[[Category:Trains]]
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[[Category:Diesels]]

Latest revision as of 20:47, February 26, 2020

The Class 43 InterCity 125 is a diesel locomotive manufactured by BREL, in use on Stepford Express. Two of these locomotives top-and-tailing four Mark 3 coaches can be purchased for 3000 points. When the train first came out it was only 2400 points and that was until 26 December 2019.

Trivia Edit

  • These are the oldest trains in the SCR, having entered service in 1975 in real life.
    • In real life, some of these trains are being removed from service after more than 40 years in service, being replaced by Hitachi A-Train units, such as the Class 801 and Class 802.
  • This is the second diesel locomotive and also the second locomotive-hauled unit, alongside the Class 68.
  • This was the lowest class numbered train in the entire game before Class 08 was introduced. 
  • The two Class 43 locomotives have the same unit number for both locomotives, despite being different units. This is likely a coding limitation. This also applies to the double Class 185 units running on AirLink and Class 68.
  • The Class 43 in SCR has 4 coaches and 2 locomotives, a configuration which also exists in real life, these are the ScotRail, Network Rail and GWR short HST sets, also known as the Pocket Rocket sets.
  • This train is one of the two longest trains in SCR (if you count the locomotives on both sides), the other train being the AirLink double Class 185 unit.
  • This train has got Valenta sounds, but this is MTU version.
  • This train is one of the most expensive trains in SCR. The others are the Class 387, Class 802, and Class 68.
  • This train is one of the two fastest trains in SCR, along with the Class 801.
  • Despite the fact that this train has 1 more car than the Class 801, both trains are around the same in length.
  • 2 Class 43 locomotives can be seen back to back at Faymere Green TMD
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