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Nederlandse Spoorwegen DM90 Buffel Passenger Train for Train Simulator
$12.99

A reproduction of the DM90 'Buffel' diesel passenger train that operates/operated on the non-electrified lines of the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch national railways) network.

  • Full custom model, custom audio.
  • Versions for NS, RegioNS, Syntus, Veolia, Zwolle-Kampen and Grensland Express.
  • Detailed cabview.
  • ATB-NG (train protection system) emulation.
  • Second class passenger view in the unique standing-room area.
  • Uses smart scripting for cab lighting, custom controls, destination boards and more.
  • Dynamic autonumbering
  • Comes with a tutorial / training scenario set in the TS Academy.
  • Can be used in your own scenarios, and is available in QuickDrive.
  • Scenarios will become available on my scenarios page as I complete them.
  • English User's manual supplied as a PDF file.(The manual is available in Start->All Programs->ChrisTrains)
  • Free updates for life (see this note about product update emails)
  • Enjoy it. I try to be responsive to people's requests so if you think something isn't quite right, send me a bug report.

Minimum requirements

  • Train Simulator 2015, 2016 or 2017 (upgrade from previous versions is free on Steam)
  • 'Expert' control mode. Turn off simple controls.
  • Recommended: Dynamic lighting ON
  • Product(s) will not work in Train Simulator 2012, 2013, 2014.

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The diesel train '90 (DM '90), officially also known as the Buffel, is a series of Dutch railways diesel multiple units, composed of 53 pairs of wagons. The Buffel was derived from the "Stoptreinmaterieel '90", also known as the Railhopper. The Buffels were put into service by Nederlandse Spoorwegen from 1996, and also by Syntus from 1999.
The NS ordered 53 units in 1993 from Talbot, now Bombardier, in Aken. The complete electrical furnishing, train operation and diagnosis functions were delivered by Holec Ridderkerk (now Alstom). Duewag (in Krefeld) built the interiors and from there the trains were delivered to the Netherlands. Train 3401 rolled out of the factory on March 12th 1996. In 1998, NS put the last unit into service, number 3453.
The trains were introduced to many of the non-electrified routes towards the end of the 90's. Following this, a large amount of these networks were opened to public bidding, at which point the operation of the trains fell to other companies. Syntus took over a number of the DM'90 trains, as did other operators. Part of the rest of the DM'90 fleet was temporarily moved into stopping passenger train services in other electrified areas of the network.
The first fifteen units were officially retired from service on December 13th 2009. In the days and weeks following this, many of them were actually re-introduced into service to deal with a shortage of rolling stock during a particularly rough winter.
TractionDiesel
Power2x320kW (430hp)
Axle Formation2-Bo + Bo-2
Length52.34m
Maximum speed140 km/h
Weight95.2 ton
Number built53
Built byTalbot
Years entered service1996-1998