Listed below are some other places where you can download specifically UK content. If you know of any others please let me know.
PikkaBird (David Dallaston) - PikkaBird's Trainz (you can also search
Auran's Download Station for KUID 2512:)
Some beautifully modelled UK locomotives including Classes 09, 24/25, 42, 47, 87, and 101DMU. Also a 20-ton brake van.
has created Class 201 and 204 DMUs of the Hastings line. It is available in 2 versions. (SP3) You can also find them on Auran's Download Station. Search for KUID 36550:.
Stephen Dark (sdark)
has produced a LBSCR "Remembrance" Class 4-6-4 (Baltic) Tank engine and some BR Mk1 coaches. His old-style gated level crossing is also well worth downloading. (SP3)
If you are a registered Trainz owners they are available from
Auran's Download Station. Look for KUID 30992:.
Jonny211 (Jonathan Morley)
has produced a GWR Class 56xx tank engine and a GWR Class 22x Collet goods engine as well as a range of GWR rolling stock. (SP3)
If you are a registered Trainz owners search for KUID "46219:" on
Auran's Download Station
has created a number of British locomotives including Sir Nigel Gresley's "Mallard", and the LMS "Coronation". (SP3)
Auran's Download Station for KUID 4468:6511
has contributed several small locos including a Class 04 diesel. (SP3)
Find them at 44090 Digital Models or search
Auran's Download Station for KUID 44090:
Robert Hodgson (Strings)
has produced a Class 86 in a number of variations, and a Class 73. (SP3)
Find them at Strings Rolling Stock or search
Auran's Download Station for KUID 84860:
Peter McCamphill (petemcpete)
has created a Class 313 set (SP3) available from Auran's Download Station under KUID 44040: if you are a registered Trainz owner.
David H. Elliott (aka Blue)
has also created a range of British pre-nationalization rolling stock, and also a Hall Class locomotive. (SP3)
All are available from the Auran Download Station if you are a registered Trainz owners. Search for KUID 55976:
mstnoodle (real name unknown)
has made a GWR 4-wheel coach. (SP3) Available from the Auran Download Station if you are a registered Trainz owner. Search for KUID 93502:
Dave Hoskins (louvain)
has produced some very rusty GWR coal wagons and other rolling stock. Also a model of the Albert Dock warehouse. (SP3) Available from the Auran Download Station (search
for KUID 58659:)
kevmt (real name unknown)
has been busy creating Ffestiniog Railway stock for the narrow-guage enthusiasts. (SP3) available from the Auran Download Station if you are a registered Trainz owners. Search for KUID:75130:
Tony Meredith (Vulcan Foundry) is also producing some excellent UK scenery including a textile mill and a canal pack. As far as I am aware his work is only available from the Auran Download Station (search for KUID 58941: and Trainz.Luvr.Net. Unfortunately it appears that his models have never been updated for Trainz SP3 and later versions.
David Marlor (lightrail)
has created a British layout, Camel Fowey Newquay, and also the highly-rated Ultimate Heartbeat layout covering the area between Scarborough and Pickering. Both are available from the Auran Download Station (search for KUID 49340:) or you can download the Ultimate Heartbeat layout complete with the required custom content from David's web site.
has produced a cracking layout called Rosworth Vale HQ. Available from the search
Auran Download Station (search for KUID 5562:).
Anthony Houghton (ajho)
has produced a fictional British layout and scenario called Antshire which he says is "Based on a fictional English landscape from around 1980, give or take a few anachronisms". You'll need a decent computer though to run it at its best! It is available from the Auran Download Station (search for KUID 75197:).
Many other people are, of course, producing work for Trainz which is not specifically of UK subjects but which would fit well into a UK layout. Many of these can be found at Trainz.Luvr.Net and the Auran Download Station.
Other links you may find of interest:
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