LNER Class V2

LNER Class V2

The London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) Class V2 2-6-2 steam locomotives were designed by Sir Nigel Gresley for express mixed traffic work, and built between 1936–1944. The best known is the first of the class, 4771 (later 800 and 60800) Green Arrow, which is the only preserved example.


Sound Projects

There is 1 Sound Project for this Locomotive
LNER Class V2 16 bit project by Barrys Bits, added on Jan. 31, 2014

project for BR and L.N.E.R CLASS V2 STEAM ENGINE 16 BIT copyright (C)

project: BR :L.N.E.R V2 Steam Engine
AUTHOR :Barry T Gaskin
function key operations

F0-     Lights
F1-    Short Whistle- leave F1 latched ON to allow automatic whistles on start
F2-     Whistle          
F3-     Coal Shovel cycle- Leave F3 ON  to allow automatic coaling set by CV147
F4-     Vacuum pump manual ON (when moving)
F5-     Water injector
F6-     Steam Cylinder Blowdown
F7-     Wheelslip
F8-     Mute control,     [F8 ON is muted.]
F9-     Brake squeal
F10-     Power Sander
F11-     Power Greaser-  When speed=0!
F12-     Safety Steam Blowoff

(B) British V2 steam engine (cv,s)     [decoder CV8=8  reset value in brackets]

CV58    Master Volume, 0-15, 0= max, (F8 used for Mute) [9]
CV60    Scheme select CV, 0=Steam,             [0]

CV121    Software Version, MUST be 2 or higher        [3]    (Read Only Value)
CV122    Product TYpe, 12 = Digitrax SFX sound decoder     Read Only Value
CV123    Hardware Version, 17= SDH104K1 decdoer        Read Only Value
CV124    Flash Signature                    [2]    (Read Only Value)
CV125    16KB free blocks                [0]    (Read Only Value)
CV126    FAT flags                    [7]    (Read Only Value)
CV127    Internal     Flags                [0]    (Read Only Value)
CV128    IPL counter                    [0]    (Read Only Value)

CV133 Steam Chuff/CAM config, 128=>EXT cam, 1-127=>DRIVER dia in inches[72]
CV134 Steam gear ratio trim, 32=100% ratio,    [32]
CV135    Volume when Muted            0-64        [0]

User configurable SoundCV's:

CV140    PRIME mover chuff vol              0-64    [60]
CV142    WHISTLE vol                0-64    [60]
CV143    Air features vol (popoff,drier,comp)    0-64    [30]
CV145    Coal/Sander vols             0-64    [40]        
CV147    Coal Shovel rate, (1= about 2secs)     1-64    [50]
CV148    Water Injector rate                [30]
CV149    Vacuum Pump rate                [25]
CV150    Whistle Selector,0=std , 1=Playable volume      [0]
CV152    Author ID    Digitrax=0xDD/221        [221]
CV153    Project ID    STD5                [18]
CV154    Steam Blowdown/Safety vol        0-64    [60]

CV160    Variant ID                    [4]

(C) General Notes

Some sound recording courtesy of Steam Sounds UK and recorded by D Bailey 2003. Additional sound editing B T Gaskin all sounds in this project have been reworked in 16 Bit sample rate from the original locomotive sound recordings
Each engine has a distinct 'personality', so a particular locomotive example may sound slightly different due to unique e.g. tappet, crank-rate shell vibrations and exhaust-stack, chuff differences. Horns and bells are often moved between locomotives.

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