Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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British Rail Class 483
Vehicle: Multiple Unit
Tags: Electric
File Size
24.407 MB
Apr 26, 2019 @ 7:31am
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British Rail Class 483

This is the final version of this mod
Support for this mod is limited
A new Class 483 is being prepared for Transport Fever 2
Thank you for your support since January 2018

This stunning Transport Fever mod features the unique and beautiful Class 483, these ex-London Underground trains have been given a new lease of life on the Isle of Wight and are the oldest trains in mainline service anywhere in the UK.

This Transport Fever mod includes:
A Class 483 Electric Multiple Unit in a London Transport Livery

Repaints are subject to Dx1998's approval, currently the liveries missing from this mod are:
Network Southeast
Island Line
South Western Railway "Island Line"
London Transport Red

Top speed - 72 km/h
Weight - 55 tons per 2 car set
Power - 500 Kw per 2 car set
Tractive Effort - 250 kN per 2 car set
Passenger Capacity - 84 per 2 car set
Available from - 1938
Buying Price - £3,560,000
Running Cost - £593,000 per year, £45,200 per mile*
*Based on observation only, price may vary
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jkjw Mar 21 @ 1:26am 
is there any chance of this being available for Transport fever 2?
SquidgyJack Mar 13 @ 11:50am 
Got any newer trains?
Doomotron Dec 4, 2019 @ 11:34am 
"Then make a better one" - How professional.
Kitsune Dawn May 18, 2019 @ 3:15pm 
If memory serves, weren't these slated to be replaced with other former tube stock?
Dx1998  [author] May 15, 2019 @ 3:20pm 
Until a fourth rail track mod comes is released, I see no interest in making other tube stock I'm sorry to say. If one does make it to the workshop, I can assure you there will be more interest in updated tube stock. Until then, It'll be trains that my savegame needs to look the part, and / or preparation for TpF2.
KIERAN PSYV May 15, 2019 @ 8:56am 
any plans on making anymore tube stock?
Dx1998  [author] May 7, 2019 @ 11:07am 
Then make a better one
TheFreddiest Boi May 7, 2019 @ 10:49am 
Why does the front windows look so stretched? The cab windows seem bigger than the irl version and the gap between the front of the train and the door seems way too big.
Dx1998  [author] May 6, 2019 @ 3:11am 
The train is to scale, these units were rather small because they worked on the underground, whose platforms are significantly shorter in height back in the 1930s than traditional overground stations
Malevolti May 6, 2019 @ 2:16am 
Why the feck are the floors so unrealistically low?