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As China's Ministry of Railways sought to increase the running speed of trains nationwide in the 1990s, many new electric locomotives were designed, each one tailored for a specific type of railway line. One particularly successful development was the SS7C, or Type Shaoshan 7C Dual Purpose Electric Locomotive.
The SS7C Electric Locomotive has its roots in the SS7 Electric. The SS7C was designed to surpass the 100km/h barrier. With a lighter axle weight and altered gear ratio, the maximum design speed was 140km/h, with a maximum operating speed of 120km/h as specified by the Ministry of Railways. In addition, the SS7C was fitted to provide locomotive-supplied power to passenger cars (for air conditioning, lighting etc.) as well as dual-pipe air braking, optimising its use in higher-speed passenger trains.
The last 15 units (SS7C 0157-0171) were given a different livery to the previous units for reasons unknown, and these rare yellow units were nicknamed ‘Banana’ by rail enthusiasts.
The real-world LKJ-2000 is a device now found in all locomotive cabs in China. It is both a driver aid and a black box, and its function is to display route information (pre-programmed and stored onto the driver’s IC card for each shift) and operational information (including the current mechanical status of the locomotive) to the driver, as well as to record all operational information so the driver’s performance can be analysed later.
In this simulation displays are included for:
This RWSO rolling stock was created in RailWorks (prior to the Train Simulator 2012 update) and is compatible with Train Simulator 2014 apart from a known issue of bogie transparency on the passenger car bogies which only appears when viewed from the front of the horizon, which the developers were unable to fix without rebuilding the vehicles from scratch.
Important: The ChengYu 2 route was created in Train Simulator 2012 (prior to the Train Simulator 2013 update) and is compatible with any copy of Train Simulator 2012 (now Train Simulator 2014) purchased before 20 September 2012, or any copy of Train Simulator 2014 purchased after 20 September 2012 with the European and US Loco & Asset Packs installed. (Please note: the European Asset Pack is essential, while the US Asset Pack is highly recommended.)
A full-colour 84-page PDF manual is included and covers the operation of the locomotive, the Chinese signalling system and details for the bonus content.
The SS7C Locomotive comes with a set of scenarios designed to be used with the ChengYu 2.0 route and the RWSO Rolling Stock Pack, both of which are included in this package.
This series of four step-by-step tutorials will introduce you to the operations of an SS7C locomotive.
Free Roam scenarios:
A few open-ended Free Roams are provided so you can drive the SS7C and explore the ChengYu 2.0 route at your leisure.
These scenarios let you take on the day-to-day duties of a passenger train driver driving the SS7C. All are available as both Standard and Career scenarios.
These scenarios lets you experience some typical journeys for an SS7C freight train driver. All are available as both Standard and Career scenarios.
Quick Drive scenarios:
A number of Quick Drive consists have been provided so you can create your own scenarios to run the SS7C on any Quick Drive-enabled route of your choice. These are found under ‘SS7C Locomotive’ in the Quick Drive consist selection menu.
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