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SR & RL ROLLING STOCK

- 24" narrow gauge -

UTC / TRS2004 / TS12

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SR & RL Trainz Routes on the DLS

kuid 64598 100351

This is a big one and comprises nearly all of the SR&RL trackage

kuid 86661 9440652

This is smaller and was the original map intended to showcase the SR&RL content.

 
 
NEW!! (added 10-03-08)

SR & RL coaches by Ken Minasian added at bottom of page

 

 

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The Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad.

 

The SR&RL. This is one of those magical railroads that inspires people to almost live and breathe its history. I know because it touched me, and I live in Australia. People who know it better can expound on its history, and no doubt many who read this know more than I do.

I know I enjoyed making the models, they have that essential narrow gauge charm accentuated by the 2 foot gauge and massive overhang. The models shown below all bear the correct numbers for the SR&RL asset register with the intention that no consist need contain duplicated numbers. Each config.txt has been set to the estimated loaded mass of the original, and the locos have been set to provide the same load capacity as the original and the same maximum speed. I have provided an HTML listing the weight and complete poly count for each item (with bogies) to allow consists to be assembled within weight and poly count limits

There is one thing that must be remembered, these are not low poly models and like the prototype should not be assembled into long trains. If bits start disappearing your consist is too long for your computer/route combination.

Every item has been run without problems in TRS2004. The packaging has been done with the latest version of Content Dispatcher and the number system is KUID2. If you want to run these models in UTC, email me with your Trainz name and number and I will tell you what to do.

Thanks are due to the following people in no particular order

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Al Barten for getting me started on the project.

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Gary Hoorn and Bob Pearson for making the locos work and sound as they should.

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Brian Eckard for making a prototypical route to run them on.

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Rich Blake for help and textures.

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All the Trainz Narrowgaugers Group for keeping me on the straight and narrow (2 foot that is)

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Finally to Auran and the Trainzers for making content making so worthwhile.  .

 

Enjoy

P.Pardoe-Matthews 

 

 

All models can be used  in TRAINZ SP1.3, UTC and are compatible with TRS2004 (but not optimised for TRS2004)

 

 

Models by Peter Pardoe-Matthews (Narrowgauge)

 

Loco2b.jpg (374463 bytes)

box stock large.jpg (110995 bytes)

flat stock large.jpg (96539 bytes)

 

all_srrl_bogies.cdp  (0.5mb)

 

all_srrl_loco_bodies.cdp   (2.2mb)

 

all_srrl_steam_sounds.cdp (6.5mb)

 

all_srrl_loco_hornsounds.cdp  (0.61mb)

 

all_srrl_loco_engine_files.cdp  (0.1mb)

 

all_srrl_basic_rollingstock.cdp  (7.51mb)

 

all_srrl_aliased_rollingstock.cdp  (2.1mb)

 

 

 

Models by Rich Blake (Slugmasher)

 

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DOWNLOAD 1 (TRS2004)

UTC / TRS2004

srrl_forney_1.cdp

DOWNLOAD 1 (TS12)

Classics / TS2009 / TS2010 / TS12

srrl_forney_1_12.cdp

 

DOWNLOAD 2 (TRS2004)

UTC / TRS2004

srrl_forney_5.cdp

DOWNLOAD 1 (TS12)

Classics / TS2009 / TS2010 / TS12

srrl_forney_5_12.cdp

 

 

DOWNLOAD 3 (TS2004)

UTC / TRS2004

srrl_railcar_5.cdp

DOWNLOAD 3 (TS12)

Classics / TS2009 / TS2010 / TS12

srrl_railbus_5_12.cdp

 

 

 
 

Models by Mike Davis (Whecsailor)

 

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srrl_snowplow.cdp (0.9mb)

 

 

 

 
Estimated vehicle mass for SR&RL Stock Sorted by Name

 

   
KUID Name Status Tare Capacity Metric Comments Polygons  
  Pounds Pounds Mass in Kilos inc Bogies
        from TOE  
           
9010 Baldwin #10 2-4-4       Black/Grey Forney- Proposed   X
9015 Baldwin #15 2-6-2       Black 15633 X
9016 Baldwin #16 2-6-2       Dirty Black 15964 X
9018 Baldwin #18 2-6-2       Green 15964 X
9008 Baldwin #8 2-6-2       Black/Grey-Proposed   X
9915 Baldwin Tender for #15       Black 4454 X
9916 Baldwin Tender for #16       Dirty Black 4273 X
9918 Baldwin Tender for #18       Green 4273 X
9908 Baldwin Tender for #8           X
19052 Boxcar #52 Part 14800 10000 11273 Assumed Half Load 6071 X
19074 Boxcar #74 Part 14800 10000 11273 Assumed Half Load 6071  
19085 Boxcar #85 Part 14800 10000 11273 Assumed Half Load 6071  
19094 Boxcar #94 Part 14800 10000 11273 Assumed Half Load 6071  
19551 Caboose #551 Part 14800 5000 9000 Assumed part Load 10676  
19552 Caboose #552 Part 14800 5000 9000 Assumed part Load 10676 X
19553 Caboose #553 Part 17000 7000 10909 Proposed    
19556 Caboose #556 Part 12000 4000 7273   10514 X
19557 Caboose #557 Part 12000 4000 7273   10514  
14019 Coach Billmeyer #19 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assume people load 30 @ 165 lbs 9082  
14020 Coach Billmeyer #20 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assume people load 30 @ 165 lbs 9082 X
14017 Coach Laconia #17 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assume people load 30 @ 165 lbs 9322  
14018 Coach Laconia #18 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assume people load 30 @ 165 lbs 9322 X
14015 Combine Billmeyer #15 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assumed part load 9813 X
14011 Combine Laconia #11 Load 17000 5000 10000 Assumed Part Load 8991 X
19505 Flanger #505 Bare 8000 4000 5455 4000 lbs drag load from snow.    
19221 Flat Car 28 ft #221 Bare 8500 0 3864   5907  
19239 Flat Car 28 ft #239 Bare 8500 0 3864   5907  
19242 Flat Car 28 ft #242 Bare 8500 0 3864   5907  
19271 Flat Car 28 ft #271 Bare 8500 0 3864   5907 X
19280 Flat Car 28 ft Stakes #280 Bare 8750 0 3977   6369 X
19404 Flat Car 33 ft #404 Bare 9500 0 4318   5907 X
19409 Flat Car 33 ft #409 Bare 9500 0 4318   5907  
19414 Flat Car 33 ft #414 Bare 9500 0 4318   5907  
19416 Flat Car 33 ft #416 Bare 9500 0 4318   5907  
19423 Flat Car 33 ft #423 Bare 9500 0 4318   5907  
19411 Flat Car Box Load #411 Load 9500 15000 11136   6485 X
19372 Flat Car Lumber Load #372 Load 8500 15000 10682   7231 X
19419 Flat Car Pole Load #419 Load 8500 18000 12045   6951 X
19216 Gondola #216 Bare 10400 0 4727   6347  
19248 Gondola #248 Bare 10400 0 4727   6347  
19311 Gondola #311 Bare 10400 0 4727   6347 X
19237 Gondola Ballast Load #237 Part 10400 20000 13818   6477 X
19288 Gondola Coal Load #288 Load 10400 34000 20182   6477 X
19344 Gondola Coal Load #344 Load 10400 34000 20182   6447  
19356 Gondola Coal Load #356 Load 10400 34000 20182   6447  
19387 Gondola Tarpaulin #387 Load 10400 30000 18364   6491 X
19223 Pulp Rack Empty #223 Bare 9000 0 4091   7199  
19279 Pulp Rack Empty #279 Bare 9000 0 4091   7199  
19338 Pulp Rack Empty #338 Bare 9000 0 4091   7199  
19212 Pulp Rack Full #212 Bare 9000 20000 13182   7209 X
19225 Pulp Rack Full #225 Load 9000 20000 13182   7209  
19260 Pulp Rack Full #260 Load 9000 20000 13182   7209  
19391 Pulp Rack Full #391 Load 9000 20000 13182   7209  
19240 Pulp Rack Load #240 Load 9000   13182   7199 X
14008 Railway Post Office #8 Part 17000 5000 10000 Assume part load 8793 X
19490 Stock Car Empty #490 Bare 9000 0 4091 10000 lbs capacity if aliased 6650 X
19491 Stock Car Empty #491 Bare 9000 0 4091 10000 lbs capacity if aliased 6650  
19492 Stock Car Empty 492 Bare 9000 0 4091 10000 lbs capacity if aliased 6650  
19315 Tank Car Empty #315 Bare 10740 0 4882 Assumed empty tank at 4480 lbs 7933  
19207 Tank Car Full #207 Load 10740 20331 14123 Assumed Full Tank 9.24 cu/m 7933 X
19562 Toolcar #562 Part 14800 15000 13545 Assumed Half Load 6071 X
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Models by Ken Minasian  (Col Hogan)

TRS2004/TRS2006

 

Ken Minasian Bio (aka - Col Hogan)

I began my experience with virtual Trainz when Railroad Tycoon 3 hit the shelves. For about 6-8 months I had it running on my PC and enjoyed every minute with it. After I ran through a bunch of routes and maps, I went on another trek to find another RR simulator. I felt like I needed something a bit more realistic. In the stores again, I found Trainz 2004 late in the year of í04 and liked it as soon as I opened the package. After a while, I thought ďthis thing has me down to my boots and I canít let go of it. Itís the first game Iíve owned that I could keep for a long time and not get tired of it.Ē

My grandfather was a conductor on the Seaboard Coastline Railroad during my growing up years and on a trip to a small town in Georgia, he took me with him and eventually met Ray Charles on the train as he traveled between shows.. This, of course, was in the mid 1950ís when we were both much younger.

The thrill of the rails stuck with me all that time and has never let go. I will always love him for that. My granddad died in 1966 as a young man of 59.

I have always loved the railroad but never realized what a thrill it was to actually do something with a PC version. Itís fantastic. My heart is in the steamers and when the Diesels came out, I was not impressed. I had a chance to go to Erwin, Tennessee in 1975 which is one end of the Clinchfield RR and met the man who installed the 2-way radios in all the Diesels. At that time, all I saw were EMD F7ís and were the grey colors.

Today, I have a real hero in Todd Hohlenkamp (Prowler) who has made a lot of steam locos from the west and also Ben Neal (bdaneal) who has made several different steamers which include the East Broad Top locomotives.
I have built a couple of routes and one is now on DLS which is very detailed and rides about 15 boards long and is a narrow gauge route. An on-line friend has taught me about re-skinning (renovating) other assets and I am hard at it now working with Peter Pardoe-Matthews (Narrowgauge) on some of his SR&RL rolling stock.

And finally, I would like to say that my enjoyment of this game and itsí members has far surpassed the money I spent for it.

Ken

 

 

 

Industry Compatible Products

All products of this roster have been built in TRS 2004 and should work fine, and have shown to be error free, in TRS 2006 and up through Trainz Classics I & II.

24ft Flatcars - Note: Size and numbers of products will be smaller due to the size of the flats.
Not all products will be a favorable fit for these cars.


24 Flatcar 28ft #221 kuid2:242091:99221:1

24 Flatcar 28ft #239 kuid2:242091:99239:1

24 Flatcar 28ft #242 kuid2:242091:99242:1

24ft Stock Cars - Note: All livestock products have been reduced in number for these cars due to their
smaller size. Tonnage will also be affected if you consider longer consists behind
smaller locos.


24 Stockcar 24ft #490 kuid2:242091:99490:1

24 Stockcar 24ft #491 kuid2:242091:99491:1

24 Stockcar 24ft #492 kuid2:242091:99492:1

Once the consist of cars has been placed in Surveyor, Right-Click on the chosen car to see what loads are available. You may pick from a long list however, be considerate of the smaller size of the car and the size of the consist you are running.

 

 

 

24" FLATCAR

 

 

 

24_flatcar_28ft_nbr_242.cdp (212Kb)

24_flatcar_28ft_nbr_221.cdp (208Kb)

24_flatcar_28ft_nbr_239.cdp (210Kb)

24 Flatcar #271

24_flatcar_28ft_nbr_271.cdp (210Kb)

 

 

24" COACH

 

 

 

 

24_SR&RL_Coach_#17.cdp (480Kb)

24_SR&RL_Coach_#18.cdp (480Kb)

24_SR&RL_Coach_#19.cdp (480Kb)

24 Coach #20

24_SR&RL_Coach_#20.cdp (480Kb)

 

 

24" STOCK CAR

 

 

24_stock_car_28ft_nbr_490.cdp (576Kb)

24_stock_car_28ft_nbr_491.cdp (579Kb)

24 Stock Car #492

24_stock_car_28ft_nbr_492.cdp (578Kb)

 

24" FREIGHT BOGEY - BLACK

 

24_freight_bogey-black.cdp (141Kb)

 

24" FREIGHT BOGEY - RUSTY

 

24_freight_bogey-rusty.cdp (74Kb)

 

 

 

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