GER Class T26

(2 customer reviews)



  • Numerous camera views
  • Period accurate GER & LNER lamps & Discs
  • Realistic Fully Functional Cab
  • Variants ranging from 1891-1959
  • BR era Headboards
  • Over 67 Quick drives
  • Custom sounds recorded from GER Class Y14 No. 564 at the North Norfolk Railway
  • 3D firebox and coal
  • Animated Westinghouse Pump
  • Animated Inside Valve Gear
  • Locomotive Customization
  • Realistic Westinghouse Pump physics & particles
  • New dynamic particles
  • SimNation’s Locomotion v1.3 scripting featuring:
  • Performance Mode Pro
  • Advanced Safety valves, chimney particles & systems
  • Fire intensity synchronized with exhaust beat
  • Carefully created simulation for realistic performance

Quickdrives with the following:

  • DT GNR Quad Arts
  • DT GNR 6 Wheel Coaches
  • Matrix Trains LNER Gresley Pack 1,2,3,4,5
  • Matrix Trains NER/GNR Non-Corridor LNER Pack
  • Matrix Trains NER/GNR Non-Corridor BR Pack
  • AP Mk1 Coach Pack Vol. 1


  • Build Date – 1891-1902
  • Total Built – 100
  • Wheel Arrangement – 2-4-0
  • Number of Cylinders – 2
  • Cylinder Size – 17.5 x 24 in
  • Wheel Size – 5ft 8 in
  • Boiler Pressure – 160 PSI
  • Tractive Effort – 14,700 lbf
  • Designer – James Holden

Download Size: 440MB

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The GER T26 was a class of 2-4-0 locomotives designed by James Holden for the Great Eastern Railway between 1891 to 1902. They were used on passenger trains from express to stopping services. They passed into LNER ownership in 1923 & were classified as E4. Eighteen survived into British Railway ownership in 1948 & the last withdrawn in 1959, making them the last 2-4-0s in service in Britain. One is preserved today, No. 490 at Bressingham as part of the National Collection.

2 reviews for GER Class T26

  1. James Crouch (verified owner)

    Lovely little engine to drive. Plenty of Liveries available and the range of options for customisation is excellent. Definitely recommend this lovely little loco for relaxing runs if you’re wanting to pass the time.

  2. James Wright (verified owner)

    Honestly a fabulous little trundling machine. I was so happy when this was announced as it meant my favourite locomotive was coming to TS. The Loco is always a pleasure to drive and has brought me many a happy hour

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