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The Class 220 Voyager are a class of diesel-electric high-speed multiple-unit trains built by Bombardier Transportation in 2000 and 2001.
They were introduced in 2001 to replace the 20-year-old Intercity 125 and Class 47 fleets operating on the Cross Country Route for train operating company Virgin Trains . 
- 1.1 Technical problems and incidents
- 2 Formation and passenger facilities
- 3 Operation
- 4 Fleet details
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Technical details [ ]
All coaches are equipped with a Cummins QSK19 diesel engine of Template:Convert/hp at 1800 rpm . These power a generator which supplies current to motors driving two axles per coach,  with one axle per bogie powered.  
Voyagers have both air and rheostatic brakes . They are fitted with Dellner couplers , like the Class 390 Pendolino electric trains used by Virgin West Coast meaning they can be coupled in the event of a failure. As the computer hardware, software and electrical systems are not fully compatible they are not coupled in normal service. [ citation needed ] 220s and 221s can also be easily assisted by Dellner fitted Class 57s (Thunderbirds) in the event of a failure. By use of adaptive couplings a failed 220 or 221 can also be assisted by any air braked locomotive such as a Class 37 , 47 or 66 or even a HST .
The Class 220s and closely related Class 222s have B5005 bogies   which are distinctive as they are of inside frame design and hence the axles are supported by bearings behind the wheels, meaning the outside face of the wheel is visible. The related Class 221 Super Voyager has outside frame bogies and hence have a more conventional appearance.
The Class 220s operate in four coach sets with a carriage mass of between 45 and 48 tonnes and a total train weight of 185.6 tonnes, a top speed of 125 mph ( Template:Convert/outsep ) and a maximum range of approximately Template:Convert/mi between each refuelling. Their route availability is very good being RA 2  - in part due to the lightweight bogie design.
All Voyagers are maintained at the dedicated Central Rivers TMD near Burton-on-Trent .
Technical problems and incidents [ ]
The roof mounted resistors for the rheostatic (dynamic) brakes have caused a number of incidents: In one incident, a small piece of wood from a tree had become lodged in these grids, which started a fire on the roof of the train as it stopped in Banbury railway station . [ citation needed ]
Units have also been stopped due to waves breaking over the sea wall at Dawlish in storm conditions and inundating the resistor banks, causing the control software to shut down the whole train.  This problem was fixed by an upgrade to the control software. 
There were a number of exhaust fires on the Voyager class during 2005–2006 due to incorrect fitting of equipment during overhauls. Fires occurred at Starcross (Class 221), Newcastle and on 19 January 2006 at Congleton . 
On 14 March 2008, 220 012, forming a service to Derby , caught fire at Banbury .   This fire was caused by a bird getting caught under one of the hot brake resistors on the roof of the train. Although damage was superficial to the train, once the fire brigade had been called, procedures called for the train to be taken out of service for inspection.
A Cross Country Trains Voyager at Birmingham New Street
Formation and passenger facilities [ ]
Two British Rail Class 220 units operated by CrossCountry coupling to form a longer train
Class 220s operate in four carriage sets. They are air-conditioned throughout, with powered doors. The coaches are fitted with power sockets for laptop computers and mobile phone charging, toilet facilities for disabled people and storage facilities for bicycles are provided.
They provide 26 seats in 2+1 formation in first class and 174 seats in 2+2 formation in standard class.
The formation of a four-car Class 220 is as follows: 
- Coach A - 26 seats - First Class with disabled area and driving cab
- Coach C - 66 seats - Standard Class
- Coach D - 66 seats - Standard Class with large luggage area and reservable space for three bikes
- Coach F - 42 seats - Standard Class (Quiet Zone) with disabled area, catering base and driving cab.
CrossCountry Trains have finished updating the interior layout of all its 220 and 221 sets; their aim is to increase seating capacity, in line with their commitments to the franchise agreements, as well as provide an at-seat trolley service for refreshments instead of a shop. Their research had shown that the shop was not making as good a turnover as hoped due to the fact a lot of people prefer not to leave their seats to get refreshments; they feared either losing their seat or having their belongings stolen when away. It is worth pointing out that in Virgin Trains unsuccessful franchise bid they also cited removal of the shop from 220s and 221s as a way of trying to improve seating capacity . [ citation needed ]
The interior renovation involved the removal of the shop from coach D and the conversion of the stowage area in coach F to a catering storage area where there is now a fridge, food storage and a space for an on-board trolley to be stored. Bicycle storage has been moved to coach D where the shop was. It can now store three bicycles instead of four.
The Class 220s have been criticised for a number of shortcomings:
- Increased noise and vibration when compared to the non-powered Mark 2 and Mark 3 coaching stock they replaced due to the underfloor diesel engines.
- As the profile of the bodyshells is designed to allow clearance for tilting (although the Class 220s do not tilt, they use the same shell as the Class 221), the interior space is reduced when compared with conventional carriages.
- Initial problems with smells from the toilets being conducted into the carriages [ citation needed ] - this was due to the close proximity of the sewage tank outlet and other components. The exhaust system runs past the side of the toilet tank, heating up the waste producing gasses which are in turn passed through the H Vac system sending the smells through the coaches. Template:Clarify
- The four car sets are typically shorter than the trains they replaced - despite more frequent running overcrowding is a problem.
- There is little to no space to store large luggage items or bikes.
- Most seating is in 'airline' configuration, with pull-down trays which are too small to use a laptop on, meaning Voyagers are unsuitable for business travellers [the common four-car version of the train only has six tables to work at, in the whole Standard Class part of the train]
Operation [ ]
Class 220 in Virgin Trains livery in 2006
Virgin Trains were the sole operator of Class 220 Voyager trains when they were introduced in 2001.
When the CrossCountry was awarded the Cross Country Route rail franchise which began on 11 November 2007, the Voyager fleet was shared between Virgin Trains and CrossCountry.
From 8 December 2007, CrossCountry became the sole operator of Class 220 units.
Fleet details [ ]
A British Rail Class 220 in CrossCountry livery
There are 34 Class 220 Voyager trains, numbered 220 001–220 034.
Virgin Trains named all the Class 220 Voyagers after places that they serve or companies that have relations with Virgin Trains.
When the Class 220s were transferred to the new operator CrossCountry , all the names were removed. All Class 220 Voyagers are now in CrossCountry livery. 
References [ ]
- ↑ New Dawn for Virgin Trains (5 June 2001). Retrieved on 13 February 2009.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Class 220 data . The Railway Centre (2008-06-02).
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 M-Size Bogies B5000 For Coach and EMU Applications
- ↑ B5000 bogies bombardier
- ↑ Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named voith
- ↑ Virgin Trains chaos 'over by Christmas' bbc.co.uk
- ↑ 2/12/2002 Voyager Train fleet "think smart" to operate past Devon sea storms virgintrainsmediaroom.com
- ↑ Virgin Trains Cross Country news April 2006. Page 4 section 14
- ↑ Train fire at Banbury . Banbury Guardian (14 March 2008). Retrieved on 13 February 2009.
- ↑ Train Fire is out Oxford Mail 14th March 2008
- ↑ Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Diesel Multiple Units 2010
- ↑ Encyclopedia Of Modern Traction Names
- ↑ Class 220 Fleet Details
External links [ ]
- Diesel Electric Multiple Unit, Class 220 “Voyager” - United Kingdom Bombardier Class 220 page
- Testing the Class 220s
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The British Rail Class 220 Voyager is a Diesel-Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) operated on Intercity . Each unit has 4 coaches and can be coupled to form a double consist (8-coach consist). It can also be coupled with a Class 221 Super Voyager to form a 9-coach consist. It has a top speed of 125 mph and has 2 liveries.
The Class 220 and Class 221 come together, meaning you are able to get both trains when you purchase them. This costs 2500 coins , as part of the 'Voyager Pack'.
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Services [ ].
- This train was first introduced to replace the 4-decade-old Class 47-hauled Mark 2 consists on the Cross Country Route.
- Although similar, the bogie and roof designs for the Class 220 and 221 are different.
- This train and the Class 350 has the least amount of liveries to choose, at 2.
- Coach B is present on the Class 221 in the form of unreserved seats. This is done so that booked passengers will have a seat if the 221 is substituted for a 220.
- Coach E was reserved if there was sufficient demand to increase capacity on the Class 220 and 221s . However, this never happened. This was also for the cab end coaches to be consistent across both classes, that being Coach A and Coach F. This may change for some operators.
- This train often used less than its counterpart, the Class 221 , as the 221 can tilt and has more liveries than this train.
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Voyager Advanced 2019
Class 220 (non-tilting) four-car formation:
- DMF (driving vehicle with First Class seating)
- MS (Standard Class seating)
- MSRMB (Standard Class seating with on-board shop)
- DMSL (driving vehicle with Standard Class seating and luggage area)
Class 221 (tilting) five car formation:
LIVERIES Seven liveries are included:
- CrossCountry (current)
- CrossCountry (transitional)
- Virgin Trains 'Flowing Silk' (221101 '101 Squadron')
- Virgin Trains mid-2000s Red with CrossCountry logo
- Virgin Cross Country
- USA fictional
- German fictional
- Super Voyager 221 tilt operation - visible externally and from the cab, based on track curvature and speed
- Bump mapping - gives greater detail on the models
- Cab sway movement - see the movement as you start, stop, corner, accelerate and decelerate
- Windscreen wipers clear rain from driver's front windows
- ActivClag - dynamic exhaust output. See the diesel smoke density vary under load and light grey oil smoke emitted from the exhaust on engine start.
- Animated passenger doors complete with external door interlock light and opening/closing sounds with warning beeper
- Passenger windows rain effect - see the rain on the windows in Passenger view
- Detailed passenger cabin view - with Train Simulator lighting for that 'being there' feeling
- Acceleration and braking physics based on real timings
- Quick Drive capability
- TASS (Tilt Authorisation and Speed Supervision) operation, with Advanced TASS features and ActivWorld TASS markers. TASS demonstration track included
- EPS limit signs
- Throttle/brake with centre detent, hill start and Rail Driver compatibility
- Limited Rail Driver compatibility
- ActivWorld Tilt fail scenario trigger
- Working external and internal door interlock lights
- Working digital destination displays - in driver's windscreen and on the side of the passenger carriages. You can change the destination selection
- Realistic LED marker lights - with Train Simulator lighting effects
- Authentic headlight control - including flashing 'hazard' setting
- Cab Lighting effects
- Cab and gauge lighting - independently controlled main cab lighting and gauge illumination. There is even a separate controlled light to illuminate the driver notes clipboard!
- Working headlights which illuminate the track ahead
- Highly detailed and authentic driver's cabs (different models for the 220 and 221 versions)
- Working driver's Master key - drag the key and place in the lock
- Train Management System (TMS) - partially simulated with boot-up sequence and anomaly warnings
- Working Driver Vigilance Device
- Tilt Isolate switch - operating in the Tilting Super Voyager 221. Activate it and you have no tilt
- Auto slow-speed function - train will drive forward automatically at 3MPH for use in train washes
- AWS self-test - move the reverser the first time and hear the AWS self-test warning
- DSD (Driver's Safety Device) - move the reverser for the first time and hear the DSD self-test sound. The DSD will subsequently sound if you move to forward or reverse after stopping in neutral. Hear the DSD warning as you drive if you have not altered the controls for a set period of time
- Working DRA (Driver's Reminder Appliance) - use the DRA to prevent the throttle from being applied at a station stop
- Switchable externally audible alarms - never miss an AWS caution or DSD reminder when driving from the external view; these sounds can be heard from outside the cab, and this feature can be disabled from the cab.
- NRN Radio - with unique ActivScript coding that gives you a random selection of different voices each time. Press the blue call button on the NRN (National Rail Network) radio to run the test call sequence
- Variable speed windscreen wipers controllable by the Driver with intermittent, slow and fast settings
- Sun blind - lower and raise the driver's sun blind (it actually restricts the sun)
- Engine Start/Stop - start and stop the engine with the individual buttons
- Horn - use the two-tone horn via the Spacebar and B keys
- Guard to Driver signal - sounds after doors close
- Driver to Guard signal - operable
SOUNDS Voyager Advanced 2019 features high quality sounds recorded from real Voyagers. There are separate sound sets for the driver's cab and the exterior view - you can hear the difference. In the driver's cab you can even hear the air conditioning start up and run!
- ActivPax passenger cabin sounds - hear passenger noise and even mobile phones ringing!
- Rheostatic brake sounds on brake application
- Brake squeal sounds
- Track joint sounds
ACTIVWORLD SCENARIO SUPPORT Both the 220 and 221 support the Just Trains ActivWorld scenarios that allow incidents and system failures such as passenger communication, fire alarm, engine failure on any of the units and brake failure. Scenario-based 'cold and dark' start-up mode - turn on the battery isolating switch and watch the systems come to life as they would in the real Voyager! ADVANCED SCENARIOS Drive the Voyager 220 and Tilting Super Voyager 221 on 13 challenging and scenarios that employ our exclusive ActivWorld scenario technology on both default and add-on routes. Please note that some of the scenarios included with Voyager Advanced 2019 require additional payware items to allow them to run correctly if they are not supplied by default in Train Simulator 2019. Add-ons followed by ‘Steam’ in the scenario description can be purchased from the Steam website:
- London to Brighton route Add-on
- Great Western Main Line Route Add-on
- Class 156 Loco Add-On
If you purchased Train Simulator after 20 September 2012, you will require the European Loco & Asset Pack (available to purchase via Steam) to obtain the following locomotives:
- Black 5 Steam Locomotive
Add-ons followed by ‘JT’ in the scenario description can be purchased from the Just Trains website:
- Bristol to Exeter
- Newcastle to York Modern
- Class 153 DMU Advanced
Train Simulator: North Wales Costal: Crewe – Llandudno Route Add-on with Train Simulator: North Wales Costal Route Extension Add-on Please note that both these route add-ons were previously sold via Steam but are currently not available to purchase. JT AD Voyager 1D91 London Euston - Holyhead Good evening driver. Tonight you are to take Virgin Trains 221101 '101 Squadron' to Holyhead. You are due to leave Crewe at 18:57. London to Brighton Route (Steam) Brighton Voyager Farewell Drive the last ever Cross Country service from Brighton to Birmingham using XC's 220 021 on the 14:30 to Birmingham New Street. Freezing February A Voyager that became stranded at Three Bridges due to heavy snow is to be used to work the final train of the night to London Victoria. The usual unit wasn't available and this is expected to be the final service until the early morning. Great Western Main Line (Steam) New Kid on the Block Today you are in control of a brand new Class 220 Voyager delivered earlier this morning. A depot instructor will lead you through the start-up procedure and the various new controls in this unit. We will then go out onto the main line to do some testing between here and Reading. Caught in the Cold This morning you are in charge of one of Arriva Cross Country's Class 220s on the first train of the day from Reading to Manchester. This service normally starts at Southampton but due to the snow it is starting here at Reading today. The train is 1M18 06:11 Reading-Manchester Piccadilly. It's just coming up to 6 AM and we are running late so need to get the unit started and set up ASAP ready to head into Reading with the empty train. Once at Reading we will reverse and head for Oxford where a Manchester driver will take over. It's not all going to plan, however; the weather has caused problems for other services and many are running late so you can expect further delays en-route to Oxford! Cajon Pass route (Note: This was a default route in previous Train Simulator releases. Not available to purchase separately) Across the Pond Drive a Voyager on a tourist trip over the Cajon Pass. The unit is only on here on hire to show what keeps Britain moving - but it has gained a special US livery! Castle Rock Railroad route (Note: This was a default route in previous Train Simulator releases. Not available to purchase separately. The same-named route available from the Steam Workshop does NOT support this scenario) Castle Rock Experience Take the Voyager on an express service along the length of the Castle Rock Railroad - it's rather different to the usual train on this service! Hagen-Siegen route (Note: This was a default route in previous Train Simulator releases. Not available to purchase separately.) German Tourists Take a party of German skiers on a hired Class 221 Voyager from Hagen to Siegen on a very wintry evening. Seebergbahn route (Note: This was a default route in previous Train Simulator releases. Not available to purchase separately. The same-named route available from the Steam Workshop does NOT support this scenario) On Test in Germany On a stunning summer's morning you are assigned to your first day of training on board the British Class 220 Voyager unit. Totham route (JT) Driver Training It's September 2002 and you have just finished with Class 47s on XC services around Britain. Today is your first day back after a two-week break and it's all changed! Gone are the oily, unreliable 40-year-old Brush veterans and in their place brand new Bombardier Voyager units. Mark, your driver instructor, will take you through the start-up procedure before you head out onto the line for an introductory drive. We will also be testing a few of the fault systems today so keep on top of your game at all times! Bristol to Exeter route (JT) Summer Saturday Service It's a summer Saturday and, as always, the holidaymakers are out in force for their annual holiday to Devon. These are the busiest days of the year here on the Bristol to Exeter line and today is no exception. You are in control of two five car Super Voyagers on a new service for the type. These units are currently replacing the Class 47s on the main services and will eventually see off the HSTs too! However, all is not well. One of our engines has failed and the guard in the second unit says that the temperatures on two of the other cars are not looking good. A Class 47 is also struggling on a southbound service and, to top it off, a Black Five is out on a rail tour to Plymouth! These days are sent to test us! Easy Like a Sunday Morning Today your job is easy (just like a Sunday morning, although it's Monday!). You need to get your Class 220 Voyager prepared for service at Barton Hill depot before working a stopping service down to Weston-Super-Mare and returning to Bristol Temple Meads. We are on hire to FGW today. The commuters are getting a change from their usual Class 150! Newcastle to York Modern route (JT) Rush Hour Express Take charge of a XC Voyager on 1S49 11:25 Plymouth-Dundee on a glorious summer evening. You will be in charge from York to Newcastle. Enjoy the trip - you should have no problems today! FREE ROAM SCENARIOS Free Roam scenarios are available for these routes:
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- Scottish East Coast Main Line x 2
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The Class 220 Voyager are a class of diesel-electric high-speed multiple-unit trains built by Bombardier Transportation in 2000 and 2001. They were introduced in 2001 to replace the 30-year-old Intercity 125 and Class 47 fleets operating on the Cross Country Route for train operating company Virgin Trains.
The Class 220s operate in four coach sets with a carriage mass of between 45 and 48 tonnes and a total train weight of 185.6 tonnes, a top speed of 125 mph (200 km/h) and a maximum range of approximately 1,350 miles (2,170 km) between each refuelling.
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