The EPS Class 37s were a fleet of twelve locomotives involved in what transpired to be a rather unfortunate chapter in Channel Tunnel passenger service history. In November 1990, "European Passenger Services Ltd" (EPS) was set-up as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the British Rail Board to manage the proposed daytime international passenger services between London, British provincial cities, Paris, and Brussels. These were to be procured as a joint effort between EPS, SNCF, and SNCB, and the wheels were set in motion on 18th December 1989 when a contract was signed with GEC-Alsthom for the construction of thirty Trans Manche Super Trains. This pack contains 4 reskins for the Armstrong Powerhouse Class 37 Locomotive Pack Vol.1 recreating all members of the class to be put into EPS both the standard and prototype liveries. Also included is an EPS Generator Coach reskinned from a Mark 3 Sleeper which was used on a regular basis behind these class 37s.
Notable Features -
* Accurate Livery Applications
* Photo Textured Objects (Including Jumper Cables & Euro Roundels)
* Appropriate Cab Views
- Armstrong Powerhouse Class 37 Locomotive Pack Vol.1
- RSC EWS Class 67 Locomotive Pack (Steam Store)