Class 156 'Super Sprinter' DMU
The Class 156 diesel multiple units were built in 1987 by Metro-Cammell at Washwood Heath, Birmingham. A total of 114x 2 car units were built to replace early first-generation DMUs and some loco-hauled trains on routes ranging from Anglia to Scotland.
The units have a similar design to that of the Class 150/2, with major differences including the longer body, and doors at the end of the carriage rather than towards the centre. Class 156s have a top speed of 75mph.
Northern Rail have a substantial fleet of forty-two units, which are used all across the North, with two main depots, these being Allerton TMD (Liverpool), and Heaton TMD (Newcastle).
The download includes the Class 156 DMU in Northern Rail livery, including a custom interior, eight quick-drive consists, with variants for both BMAC and LED lights, and unbranded versions, as well as new vehicle numbers, and over sixty custom destinations in both blind and digital formats.
You need the Class 156 DMU from Steam to use this reskin.