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Bombardier Talent - BR 643

The Talent is an articulated railcar with Jacobs bogies. Partially as a result of this, the interior of an entire unit is essentially a single, long cabin; it is possible to see or walk from end to end without opening doors or passing through narrower gangways. The sharing of bogies also means that a Talent unit cannot be easily disassembled or rearranged without the assistance of a railway yard. In those variants whose floor is 590 mm (23.2 in) above the rails, this means that the articulation floor is raised, but with ramp access, since it needs to be higher than the wheel diameter, above rail level. In the variants with 800 and 960 mm (31.5 and 37.8 in) floor height, the floor is flat from the first door to the last. The endsections have a raised floor in all variants, because the traction equipment installed underneath requires more space than unpowered bogies.

After a prototype was presented in 1994, the first Talents entered service in 1996. They are used by mainline railways in Germany, Austria and Norway. More than 260 are in service worldwide.

In a more unusual use, three diesel Talents identical to Deutsche Bahn’s class 643 once formed the fleet for Ottawa’s O-Train Trillium Line, a diesel light rail transit line running entirely within the City of Ottawa. The Trillium Line shares a lightly used freight railway line. As the Talent is not certified for concurrent shared-track operation with freight trains in North America, freight traffic is not permitted on the Trillium Line’s route while passenger services are running. Although it is still legally classified as a main-line railway, Transport Canada allow the O-Train Trillium Line to use One-Person Train Operation, with fares collected through a proof-of-payment system. In March 2015, all three Talent units were replaced by Alstom Coradia LINT diesel units and presumably retired.

Version: 1.0

Developer: RSSLO

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Minimum system requirements:

Game version: Compatible with Train Simulator 2020 and older.
Routes: Tauernbahn Route, Munich-Augsburg, Seebergbahn and Ruhr Sieg Line are required to play the included scenarios
Packs: European Loco & Asset Pack is required to play the included scenarios
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz (3.2 GHz Core 2 Duo recommended)
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 512 MB with Pixel Shader 3.0 (ATI Radeon HD3450 or NVidia GeForce 8600)
DirectX: 9.0c
Hard drive space: 180 MB
Sound: Direct X 9.0c compatible
Other requirements: Broadband Internet connection

  • Superbly modeled with great details.
  • Authentic and detailed cab.
  • SIFA safety system (changeable between basic and advance).
  • PZB system with control panel.
  • Radio dispatcher line.
  • Doors lock control.
  • Dynamic auto numbering.
  • Option to add own train numbers.
  • Option to add announcement sounds.
  • Passenger view.
  • Moving Sun blinds.
  • Rain effects on windows.
  • Rain sound.
  • Headlights control.
  • High beam light.
  • Desk and cab  lights.
  • Wipers control.
  • Contact key switch.
  • Exhaust smoke.

Assets needed for scenarios:

Tauernbahn Route

Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Seebergbahn

Ruhr Sieg Line

European Loco & Asset Pack

Scenarios are included in English and German language.

RSSLO VT 643 First Drive

Rating: *

Duration: 20 min

Scenario type: Standard scenario

Route: Seebergbahn

RSSLO VT 643 Testing The Train On Tauernbahn

Rating: **

Duration: 40 min

Scenario type: Standard scenario

Route: Tauernbahn Route

RSSLO VT 643 Local Morning Train

Rating: ***

Duration: 30 min

Scenario type: Standard scenario

Route: Seebergbahn

RSSLO VT 643 The Track Occupation

Rating: ****

Duration: 50 min

Scenario type: Standard scenario

Route: Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen

RSSLO VT 643 Four Station S-Bahn

Rating: *****

Duration: 50 min

Scenario type: Standard scenario

Route: Ruhr Sieg Line

Manuals:

English and German PDF manuals are included.