A Collection of my NIMBY Rails mods & saves. Nothing more, nothing less. For now 😉

Heres a list of mods I currently have planned, in no particular order. This is not a garuntee it will be made. Feel free to contact me here.

Class 319 / 768 / 769 "Flex" / 799 "HydroFlex"
Class 442 Wessex Electrics
Class 455
Class 390 Pendolino
Class 220 Voyager / Class 221 Super Voyager - May not happen
Bombardier M5000
Class 323
Class 455
The aging Class 455 has finally arrived in NIMBY! Give it some use before its replaced by its newer and younger model, the Class 701.

Formations:
4 (4), 8 (4+4) & 12 (4+4+4) car

Liveries:
- British Rail
- Network SouthEast
- South West Trains Blue / Red
- Connex South Central
- Southern
- South Western Railway


Enjoy!
~Skye
Minecraft Minecart
The Minecraft Minecart is here in NIMBY, so you can drag your paying passengers through hell in an open roofed, highly uncomfortable metal box. But, a long Minecart chain does look cool as hell.

Since the game has a hard coded limit of 30 train units, I have included 3 sizes of Minecarts, that use the smaller size to fit more "Minecarts" in, so you can get 60 and 120 long Minecart chains, although they look rediculously small.

Comes in 2 variants, creative and survival, with 2 custom tracks, rail (survival) and powered rail (creative). Like the survival and creative names suggest, survival track is a recreation of the Minecraft experience, while creative carts and track have all their stats min/maxed to be as overpowered as possible.

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 319 / 768 / 769 "Flex" / 799 "HydroFlex"
The Class 319 mess is here for you to contend with in NIMBY! With Bi-modes and Tri-modes, AC and DC, Freight and Hydrogen, you'll have alot of fun.

Formations:
4 (4), 8 (4+4) & 12 (4+4+4)

Liveries:
- Network South East (319)
- Connex South Central (319)
- Thameslink Blue / Grey / Project / White (319)
- Southern (319)
- First Capital Connect (319)
- Northern Purple (319) / Blue (769)
- London Northwestern Railway (319)
- Rail Operations Group Orion High Speed Rail White / Blue (768)
- Great Western Railway (769)
- Transport for Wales (769)
- Porterbrook White / Green (799)

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 456
The aging Class 456 has finally arrived in NIMBY! Give it some use before its replaced by its newer and younger model, the Class 701.

Formations:
2 (2), 4 (2+2), 6 (2+2+2), 8 (2+2+2+2) & 10 (2+2+2+2+2) car

Liveries:
- Network South East
- Connex South Central
- Southern
- South West Trains / South Western Railway

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 230 / 484 "D-Train"
The Vivarail ex-District line class 230 and 484 are here for you in NIMBY!

Formations:
230: 2 (2), 3 (2), 4 (2+2), 5 (3+2), 6 (3+3) & 6 (2+2+2) car
484: 2 (2), 4 (2+2) & 6 (2+2+2)

Liveries:
- London Northwestern Railway (230)
- Transport for Wales (230)
- Island Line (484)

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 700 / 707 / 717 "Desiro City"
The class 700, 707 and 717 with all the liveries you could ever want, for all your Desiro City needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to reallife.

Formations:
700: 8 & 12 car
707: 5 & 10 (5+5) car
717: 6 car

Liveries:
- Thameslink (700)
- South Western Railway (707)
- Southeastern (707)
- Great Northern (717)

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 444 "Desiro"
The class 444 Desiro in 5 & 10 car formations with all the liveries you could ever want, for all your south west needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to reallife.

Liveries:
- South West Trains
- South Western Railway

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 507 / 508 "4PER"
The class 507 & 508 are now avaiable on the workshop, in the follow configurations:
Class 507: 3 (3), 6 (3 + 3), and (3 + 3 + 3)
Class 508: 3 (3), 4 (4), 6 (3 + 3), 8 (4 + 4), 9 (3 + 3 + 3 + 3), and 12 (3 + 3 + 3 + 3 / 4 + 4 + 4)
It also comes with all the liveries you could ever want, for all your Merseyrail and cheap train needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to reallife (capacity is an average of all variants), but the train is slightly longer than realife (1m per set) in-game. Its very cheap in game, but is quite slow and low capacity, but luckily pax dont complain about dirty, outdated trains.

Liveries:
- British Rail (507 & 508)
- Connex South Eastern (508)
- Silverlink (508)
- London Overground (508)
- Merseyrail Yellow (507 & 508)
- Merseyrail Silver (507 & 508)
- Merseyrail Yellow & Silver (507 & 508)

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 315
The class 315 is now avaiable on the workshop, in 4, 8 and 12 car formations, and with all the liveries you could ever want, for all your cheap train needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to reallife (capacity is an average of all variants), but the train is slightly longer than realife (1m per set) in-game. Its very cheap in game, but is quite slow and low capacity, but luckily pax dont complain about dirty, outdated trains.

Liveries:
- British Rail
- Network South East
- First Great Eastern
- West Anglia Great Northern White, Purple & Blue
- One & One Olympics
- Greater Anglia
- London Overground
- TfL Rail

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 314
The class 314 is now avaiable on the workshop, in 3, 6, 9 and 12 car formations, and with all the liveries you could ever want, for all your cheap train needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to reallife (capacity is an average of all variants), but the train is slightly longer than realife (1m per set) in-game. Its very cheap in game, but is quite slow and low capacity, but luckily pax dont complain about dirty, outdated trains.

Liveries:
- British Rail
- Strathclyde Transport
- Strathclyde Partnership Transport
- ScotRail

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 313
The class 313 is now avaiable on the workshop, in 3, 6, 9 and 12 car formations, for all your cheap train needs. Capacity, power and weight is all matched identically to real life, but the train is slightly longer than realife (1m per set) in-game. Its very cheap in game, but is quite slow and low capacity, but luckily pax dont complain about dirty, outdated trains.

Liveries:
- British Rail
- Network South East
- Silverlink / London Overground
- West Anglia Great Northern
- First Capital Connect / Great Northern
- Southern

The class 313 was originally developed by BREL (British Rail Engineering Limited) in the '70s, and it is very similar to many trains at the time, such as the 314 and 315, and the 507 and 508s.

It was originally designed to replace Great Northern 105 and 106 units used on the ECML, but also on the Northern City line, which is a "tube" line that can "fit" full sized trains. Because of this their designed was affected, to meet the requirements of operating on the line, such as seperating power per car, having doors at each end for evacuations, and having trip-♥♥♥♥♥ for emergency braking after a SPAD.

The trains originally supported dual volatage, using 3rd rail (for the Northern City line) and a pantograph for the ECML and other North london lines, but these were removed in later years by certain operators that had no need for the pantograph or 3rd rail.

Weirdly, the doors where originally manually operated, but where sliding doors, a bit like a cross breed between a classic coach but modern doors. However, people realised they could force doors open before the doors where unlocked, so push buttons and electronic operation was introduced. This may not actually be that weird, but i've certainly never heard of manually operated sliding doors before.

In the modern day, Southern has 19 of these units used on the Coastway routes which where transferred from TfL after they no longer needed them on the London Overground due to having enough class 378s. This is when Southern refusbished the trains, removing the pantograph and OHLE equipment, and branding it to Southern Coastway with new carpet, seats and livery, starting operation in 2010.

Their introducedtion was very controversial as they are decades older than the 377s that previously worked on the Coastway route, and are of far less comfort and quality. However, the decision was justified with the 377s needed to lengthen trains to 10 cars within London due to over crowding.

Due to being some of the oldest trains in Britain still operating in passenger service, there have been calls to replace them with newer, more comfortable, higher quality and accessible units, but currently, there are no plans to replace the units, meaning they are likely to remain working in Brighton and long the coast for years to come.

Enjoy!
~Skye
London Underground 1938 Stock
The London Underground 1938 stock avaiable in the standard 4+3 formation, but I also added more common formations 3+3 and 4+4 for those who hate asymetrical trains. I matched stats to where I could in real life, but there is limited information so capacity, acceleration and cost are all balanced to the default LU Stock ingame to make it cheaper to run due to the far lower top speed.

Now, time for a history lesson:

Up until recently, the 1938 stock was the oldest train still in service on the British rail network, working under witness protection as the Class 483 on the Isle of Wight between Shanklin and Ryde, however they were withdrawn for good in 2021 due to all but 2 sets being operational, the rest either broken or having to be used for parts to keep the last two soldiers running.

Before the Isle of Wight, they where workhorses for London Underground on many deep level rube lines, primarily operating on the Bakerloo and Northern (in conjuction with the 1949 stock on the NL) lines, however a few (7 sets) operated on the Piccadilly line. As part of the new works program (East section of the Central Line), some of the Class where owned by LNER, as the new works program took over sections of the LNER's track and stations. However, despite them owning many trains, they never saw service on the Central Line, and never got to see their owners old territory.

In the 70's, the '38 stock was finally showing their age, and the Northen Line started getting the '38 stocks replacement, the 1972 stock. Once the Northern Line got their fleet, the Bakerloo line started getting brand new '72 stock trains too, and it seemed like the end for the '38 stock. However, it wasnt to be, as the '72 stock was actually intended for the Jubilee line, and was just operating on the Bakerloo line as construction wasn't completed. Once the Jubilee Line opened, the Bakerloo line started operating '38 stock trains again in 1979, however, given the stocks age they where given a major refurbishment while the the trains where not in service on the Bakerloo.

In 1973, another casualty occured as the '38 stock was replaced with the 1959 stock on the Picadilly Line, meaning the Bakerloo was the last line operating the '38 stock on the entirety of its route. And with many lines having new trains, the '38 stocks days where numbered with the Bakerloo line having some of the oldest trains on the network.

However, they did recieve some good news in the '70s & '80s, as they where put to work on the East London Line, and some refurbished (again) units got to see work again on the northern line for 2 years in the 80s, with these being the special lucky units that where sold and converted into the class 483 for operation on the Isle of Wight, and claiming the title for the oldest train still in passenger operation in the UK (at the time of their withdrawal).

Finally, with the '90s approaching, it was finally the end of the '38 stock. With them being slow, old, and becoming more unreliable, harder, and more expensive to repair, they where slowly phased out on the Bakerloo line and replaced with the 1972 stock, that had previosuly worked on the Bakerloo line. After being replaced by the same train twice on the Bakerloo line (although once temporary), they where finally all withdrawn in 1985. A few where preserved, however, the rest ended up in the train heaven - the scrapyard.

Enjoy!
~Skye
London Underground 1972 Stock
The London Underground 1972 stock avaiable in any length from a teeny weeny 2 cars, to a overly long 12 car. For realism, it defaults to 7 cars as this is what the stock is operated at in real life currently on the Bakerloo Line.

Now, time for a history lesson:

With the 1938 stock aging, the Northern and Bakerloo lines that currently operated the '38 stock desperatley needed new trains, due to rising unreliability, costs and the stock not being up to the modern commuters standard. However, with the Piccadilly line extension to Heathrow being authorised, the piccadilly line immediantly needed new stock as the Piccadilly lines '59 stock had too few sets to operate the service and wasn't sutiable for large amounts of tourists leaving and entering heathrow through the line.

With the Piccadilly getting new trains, the older '59 stock could be transferred to the Northern line to replace the '38 stock, however, since the Piccadilly line was alot smaller than the Northern, there what not enough trains to replace the full fleet. It was decided, instead of refurbishing the '38 stock, a small fleet of 1972 stock would be produced to supplement the Northern lines '59 stock.

Since there was a rush for new trains, they decided to keep the design from the 1967 stock that was then used on the Victoria line, however, while being visually identical, they where operationally and electrically incompatible (except from a '72 stock few units modified specifically to work along the '67 stock). Shortly after, another small batch was ordered for another set of capacity increases on the Northern line, brining the total number of trains to 63 sets, with the second batch of units featuring some interior improvements and eletrical differences meaning there was 2 incompatiable '72 stock fleets, being named MK1 & MK2. Im sure you can guess which is the new fleet.

In 1977, the '72 stock MK2 trains got to see a whole new world of tube as they where transferred to the Bakerloo line to work alongside the '38 stock during the construction of the Jubilee line. However, as with the introduction of the 1983 stock, the '72 stock MK2 units had to leave their friends as half of the fleet was transferred back to the Northern line. However, the '72 stock wasn't split for long as in 1987 as the final units of the '83 stock was produced, the Bakerloo could finally recieve back its '72 stock MK2 units from the Northern line as train sets where cascaded across the network. This also meant a sad end to the '38 stock, which was finally fulyl withdrawn over a decade after their replacement was produced.

While this all went on, the '72 stock MK1 trains continued to work across the Northern line, however, their days where numbered with the Northern line. With the introduction of the 1995 stock on the Northern line in 1999, the '72 MK1 stock was deemed surplus and was withdrawn from service. A few of the cars where converted to be compatible with the '67 stock, to provide additional capacity on the Victoria line, and 2 full sets where converted to be compatible with the MK2s '72 stock, and now operate on the Bakerloo line with the rest of the MK2 stock. However, with only a few sets of the original MK1 '72 stock finding use across the network or being sent to preservation, the rest where scrapped.

Over the years, they have recieved 2 major overhauls, in 1991 and 2016, to keep them in service until their expected replacement date in 2035. They also recieved a British rail TOPS number (like the modified '38 stock on the Isle of Wight) so they can operate past Queen's Park to their terminus at Harrow & Wealdstone. Because of their age, after the Class 483 (the witness protection name of the 1938 stock) was withdrawn from service on the Isle of Wight, they officially became the oldest EMUs in passenger service in the UK, and likely will remain so, with us on the Bakerloo line for another 2 decades.

The '72 stocks replacement is already in pipeline, being designed and ultimatley produced by Siemens as part of the New Tube for London program, featuring many imrpovements from open gang ways and air conditioning. However, due to budgetry contraints, and the large amount of lines needing new stock from this program (Picadilly, Central, and Waterloo & City) the Bakerloo will not be the first to recieve the new stock. While the priority of the lines is still mostly unknown, it is confirmed that the Piccadilly line will be the first to recieve the new trains with the purchase having been placed. While the Piccadilly line operates almost identical stock (1973 stock) to the Bakerloo line, it has likely been given priority due to it linking to Heathrow Airport.

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 376 "Electorstar"
Class 376 which is the less common successor to the Class 465 / 466 Networkers still heavily used on Southeasterns "metro" routes. Unlike the Networkers, this train can only be run as a 5 car set, meaning you are limited to either a 5 car train or 2 5 car trains coupled to make a 10 car metro monster.

I based the stats off real life, however, being the least common and liked Electrostar, information is quite dry. I copied many stats from my Class 465 mod, so it performs very similarly to that, while being slower, but being cheaper and higher capacity than a full mainline train.

Enjoy!
~Skye
Class 465/466 "Networker"
Class 465 / 466 as seen commonly used on Southeasterns metro routes. Comes in a variety of compositions from the classic 4 car, the 2 car 466, the commonly used 10 car, and rediculous formations such as 2+2+2+2+2+2.

Liveries:
- Network South East
- Connex South Eastern
- South East Trains
- Southeastern

I based the stats off real life and also the Bombardier Electrostar mod that you can download. So it holds more people, and is cheaper, but is slower in top speed and acceleration.

Enjoy!
~Skye
Assorted Rail Pack
Adds a bunch of new, useful, or unique tracks to the game:
- 80kmh/50mph light rail track, which can also go on roads.
- 100kmh/60mph light rail track, which can also go on roads.
- 160kmh/100mph heavy rail track with 3rd rail, as common in SE UK and in other countries.
- 100kmh/60mph heavy rail track that is rusty and overgrown, also has no sleepers (as wood rots).
- 30kmh/20mph switch track, useful for slower and more realistic speeds on switches and into termini.

If you want any more types of track, please pop it down below in the comments.

Enjoy!
~Skye