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STEAM LOCOMOTIVES for TRAINZ

What TRAINS site would be complete without including the locos that are central to many users TRAINZ experience.

And what better to do it than to dedicate a page to the fire-breathing, smoke belching monsters that form part of every countries train heritage.

"The STEAM LOCOMOTIVE"

The American Civil War General 4-4-0

by Terry Bryson

The Museum General 4-4-0

by Terry Bryson

   

The Texas 4-4-0

by Terry Bryson

The Yonah 4-4-0

by Terry Bryson

   

The JW Bowker 2-4-0

by Terry Bryson

Atitchison Topeka and Santa Fe 2-4-0 #153 Amitola 2-4-0

Reskin of Terry Bryson's 2-4-0 by Matthew Blackburn

   

Southern Pacific #32 Sanuye 2-4-0

Reskin of Terry Bryson's 2-4-0 by Matthew Blackburn

Class A 36" Gauge Shay

by J T Spataro ("zapperjet")

   
shay-small.jpg (27078 bytes) Mlc8a-small.jpg (68612 bytes)

Logging Shay 24 in gauge

by J T Spataro ("zapperjet")

Balwin 0-6-2T

by Ben Neal ("bdaneal")

   
Old timer side-400.jpg (18897 bytes) Climax top.jpg (66980 bytes)
The 4-4-0 US Old Timer locomotive

by Greg Baker

The Climax bush locomotive

by Peter Pardoe-Matthews ("narrowgauge")

   
cl_dunk_2-400.jpg (21171 bytes) heisler2-800.jpg (112311 bytes)

The Dunkirk

by Mike Davis ("Whecsailor")

The Heisler

by Dirk Mewes

   
merced5-sm.jpg (25987 bytes) shay1-400.jpg (26660 bytes)

The Merced 0-4-0

by Peter Pardoe-Matthews ("narrowgauge")

Class C Shay geared logging locomotive

by Rich Blake ("slugmasher")

   

 

THE MUSEUM GENERAL

SG 4-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

The General is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was made famous in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865.

The original engine was built in 1855 by Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor of Paterson, N.J. for the Western & Atlantic Railroad.

The General went through several "mishaps" during the war, being severely damaged in one raid and rebuilt at that time. She was refitted in the 1960's, and displayed throughout the country during the Centennial of the Civil War. The original engine used wood as fuel. She was converted to burn coal in the 1870's, and finally in the 1960's converted to use Oil as fuel.  My models depict the wood burning version.

The current museum colors are depicted in the "Museum" model.  Plans are to use this model and make a Civil War version.

The Engine is currently located at the Southern Museum of Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia. USA.  Details about the engine as well as it's history, photographs, and even a 1927 full length movie starring Buster Keaton can be accessed at

SPECIFICATIONS
 
bullet Driving wheels:  5 ft.
bullet Cylinders: 15 X 22
bullet Weight (empty, no water or sand): 50,300 lbs.
bullet Tractive Effort: 8500 lbs.
bullet Boiler Pressure: 125 lbs.
bullet Valve Gear: Stephenson
bullet Tender Capacity: 1750 US Gal. Water

MODEL FEATURES!

bullet Textures have been tweaked and are more realistic.
bullet CAB VIEW! Windows open, whistle lever, throttle lever and Johnson bar, water injector handle adjusts water level (Small "T" handle next to steam gauge), water levels are animated.
bullet GAUGES ARE RECREATIONS OF THE ACTUAL GAUGES ON THE REAL ENGINE. Reproduced in PSP from photographs.
bullet All gauges work and are "calibrated" to display properly.
bullet Whistle and other cab sounds are unique or upgraded.
bullet Front coupler is now animated.
bullet ANIMATED BELL for Trainz 06 and above.
bullet Tender texture has been tweaked to look better.
bullet Tender bogies are historically accurate.

MODEL CREATOR

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Forum username: tbryson2

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Contact e-mail: tbryson@cfl.rr.com

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Terry is an aviation and steam engine enthusiast.  He has several hobbies including R/C aircraft, Gmax & Trainz, and builds detailed sailing ship models.  He currently lives in Central Florida USA.

 

museum_general_tender.zip (2.6Mb)

(updated 24-07-09)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

museum_general_engine.zip   (10.7Mb)

(updated 24-07-09)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR GENERAL

SG 4-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

The General is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was made famous in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865.

The original engine was built in 1855 by Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor of Paterson, N.J. for the Western & Atlantic Railroad.

The General went through several "mishaps" during the war, being severely damaged in one raid in 1864 and rebuilt in 1871. THIS MODEL IS A RECREATION OF THE CIVIL WAR ENGINE AND TENDER 1855 TO 1864.

This engine is a wood burning engine and will "refuel" at any of Pencil42's wood refueling stations. It also employees an automated "fireman" who tends to feeding the firebox and adjusts water levels. IF you want to fire the fireman, simply hit "shift SPACE"". To re-hire, "Shift SPACE" again.

Colors and details were arrived at by combining 2 paintings of the Civil War General and Microscales Decal sheet 87-1173 along with various photos of engines of that period. One painting was by Wilbur Kurtz, (a leading authority on the General at the time of the painting), the other image was acquired from the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History. Some artistic liberties were included by myself on this model.

The Engine is currently located at the Southern Museum of Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia. USA.  Details about the engine as well as it's history, photographs, and even a 1927 full length movie starring Buster Keaton can be accessed at

SPECIFICATIONS
 
bullet Driving wheels:  5 ft.
bullet Cylinders: 15 X 22
bullet Weight (empty, no water or sand): 50,300 lbs.
bullet Tractive Effort: 8500 lbs.
bullet Boiler Pressure: 125 lbs.
bullet Valve Gear: Stephenson
bullet Tender Capacity: 1750 US Gal. Water

MODEL FEATURES!

bullet Textures have been tweaked and are more realistic.
bullet CAB VIEW! Windows open, whistle lever, throttle lever and Johnson bar, water injector handle adjusts water level (Small "T" handle next to steam gauge), water levels are animated.
bullet GAUGES ARE RECREATIONS OF THE ACTUAL GAUGES ON THE REAL ENGINE. Reproduced in PSP from photographs.
bullet All gauges work and are "calibrated" to display properly.
bullet Whistle and other cab sounds are unique or upgraded.
bullet Front coupler is now animated.
bullet ANIMATED BELL for Trainz 06 and above.
bullet Tender texture has been tweaked to look better.
bullet Tender bogies are historically accurate.

MODEL CREATOR

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Forum username: tbryson2

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Contact e-mail: tbryson@cfl.rr.com

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Terry is an aviation and steam engine enthusiast.  He has several hobbies including R/C aircraft, Gmax & Trainz, and builds detailed sailing ship models.  He currently lives in Central Florida USA.

 

civil_war_general_tender.zip (2.8Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

civil_war_general_engine.zip   (12.4Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

JW BOWKER

SG 2-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

DETAILS

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Built February 1875 By Baldwin Locomotive Works

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Serial No 3689

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Class

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Empty weight 65,000

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Weight on drivers 48,000

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Tractive effort 9,900

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Boiler pressure 130

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Dimension 14x22" / 48 1/4" / 33 tons

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Cost $8,000

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Status: California State Railroad Museum

 

HISTORY

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February 1875 Built at Baldwin Locomotive Works. Named J. W. Bowker.

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1876 Renamed "Mexico"

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1896 Sold to Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company, Truckee, California. Renumbered #3.

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1917 Retired and stored in the Hobart Mills engine house.

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1932 Transferred to Hobart Southern Railroad Co.

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July 1937 Presented to Railway and Locomotive Historic Society Inc. for preservation.

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April 1939 Acted in the Paramount Pictures movie "Union Pacific", starring Joel McCrea and Barbara Stanwyck.

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1969 The California State Railroad Museum is started.

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The wheelbase was only 6 feet.

Source of information: V&T Locomotives by Stephen Drew, Koenig, Charlie Siebenthal, Dale Darney, Maria Weyraugh.

The above information was retrieved from http://www.virginiaandtruckee.com/Locomotive/No21.htm

SPECIFICATIONS
 
bullet Driving wheels:  5 ft.
bullet Cylinders: 15 X 22
bullet Weight (empty, no water or sand): 50,300 lbs.
bullet Tractive Effort: 8500 lbs.
bullet Boiler Pressure: 125 lbs.
bullet Valve Gear: Stephenson
bullet Tender Capacity: 1750 US Gal. Water

MODEL FEATURES!

bullet Textures have been tweaked and are more realistic.
bullet CAB VIEW! Windows open, whistle lever, throttle lever and Johnson bar, water injector handle adjusts water level (Small "T" handle next to steam gauge), water levels are animated.
bullet GAUGES ARE RECREATIONS OF THE ACTUAL GAUGES ON THE REAL ENGINE. Reproduced in PSP from photographs.
bullet All gauges work and are "calibrated" to display properly.
bullet Whistle and other cab sounds are unique or upgraded.
bullet Front coupler is now animated.
bullet ANIMATED BELL for Trainz 06 and above.
bulletTender uses Pencil42's Wood refueling stations to refuel.
bulletAnimated wood level.
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If you wish to use a knuckle coupler on the tender, modify the config.txt file and substitute the pin and link coupler, (KUID: 315087:1101) with Pencil42's "Janney Coupler" (Kuid 124060:60003) which was included with the tender download or can be found on the DLS.

MODEL CREATOR

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Forum username: tbryson2

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Contact e-mail: tbryson@cfl.rr.com

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Terry is an aviation and steam engine enthusiast.  He has several hobbies including R/C aircraft, Gmax & Trainz, and builds detailed sailing ship models.  He currently lives in Central Florida USA.

 

jw_bowker_tender.zip (2.4Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

jw_bowker_engine.zip  (11.8Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

TEXAS

SG 4-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

TRS2004 / TRS2006

The Texas is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was made famous in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865. The Engine is currently located at the Cyclorama Building in Atlanta, Georgia. USA. Some details about the engine as well as it's history, photographs, and even a 1927 full length movie starring Buster Keaton can be accessed at http://www.locomotivegeneral.com

The original engine was built in 1855 by Danforth, Cooke & Co. of Paterson, N.J. for the Western & Atlantic Railroad. She was placed into service in October 1856.

THIS MODEL IS A RECREATION OF THE CIVIL WAR ENGINE AND TENDER 1855 TO 1864.

This engine is a wood burning engine and will "refuel" at any of Pencil42's wood refueling stations. It also employees an automated "fireman" who tends to feeding the firebox and adjusts water levels. IF you want to fire the fireman, simply hit "shift SPACE"". To re-hire, "Shift SPACE" again.

Colors and details were arrived at by using Microscales Decal sheet 87-1173 along with various photos of engines of that period. One painting was by Wilbur Kurtz, (a leading authority on the General and Texas at the time of the painting). Some artistic libertys were included by myself on this model.

SPECIFICATIONS
 
bullet Driving wheels:  5 ft.
bullet Cylinders: 15 X 22
bullet Weight (empty, no water or sand): 50,300 lbs.
bullet Tractive Effort: 8500 lbs.
bullet Boiler Pressure: 125 lbs.
bullet Valve Gear: Stephenson
bullet Tender Capacity: 1750 US Gal. Water

MODEL FEATURES!

bullet Textures have been tweaked and are more realistic.
bullet CAB VIEW! Windows open, whistle lever, throttle lever and Johnson bar, water injector handle adjusts water level (Small "T" handle next to steam gauge), water levels are animated.
bullet GAUGES ARE RECREATIONS OF THE ACTUAL GAUGES ON THE REAL ENGINE. Reproduced in PSP from photographs.
bullet All gauges work and are "calibrated" to display properly.
bullet Whistle and other cab sounds are unique or upgraded.
bullet Front coupler is now animated.
bullet ANIMATED BELL for Trainz 06 and above.
bullet Tender texture has been tweaked to look better.
bullet Tender bogies are historically accurate.

MODEL CREATOR

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Forum username: tbryson2

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Contact e-mail: tbryson@cfl.rr.com

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Terry is an aviation and steam engine enthusiast.  He has several hobbies including R/C aircraft, Gmax & Trainz, and builds detailed sailing ship models.  He currently lives in Central Florida USA.

 

 

texas_tender.zip (2.6Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

texas_engine.zip   (12.6Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

YONAH

SG 4-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

TRS2004 / TRS2006

The Yonah is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was involved in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865. The main engines involved are currently located at the Southern Museum of Locomotive History in Kennesaw, Georgia. USA and at the Cyclorama Building in Atlanta, Georgia. USA. Details about the engines involved as well as their history, photographs, and even a 1927 full length movie starring Buster Keaton can be accessed at http://www.locomotivegeneral.com There is very little informaiton about the Yonah itself.

THIS MODEL IS A RECREATION OF THE CIVIL WAR ENGINE AND TENDER 1855 TO 1864.

Colors and details were arrived at by using Microscales Decal sheet 87-1173 along with various photos of engines of that period. Some artistic libertys were included by myself on this model. I realize there will be some controversy over the colors.

SPECIFICATIONS

 
bullet Driving wheels:  5 ft.
bullet Cylinders: 15 X 22
bullet Weight (empty, no water or sand): 50,300 lbs.
bullet Tractive Effort: 8500 lbs.
bullet Boiler Pressure: 125 lbs.
bullet Valve Gear: Stephenson
bullet Tender Capacity: 1750 US Gal. Water

MODEL FEATURES!

bullet Textures have been tweaked and are more realistic.
bullet CAB VIEW! Windows open, whistle lever, throttle lever and Johnson bar, water injector handle adjusts water level (Small "T" handle next to steam gauge), water levels are animated.
bullet GAUGES ARE RECREATIONS OF THE ACTUAL GAUGES ON THE REAL ENGINE. Reproduced in PSP from photographs.
bullet All gauges work and are "calibrated" to display properly.
bullet Whistle and other cab sounds are unique or upgraded.
bullet Front coupler is now animated.
bullet ANIMATED BELL for Trainz 06 and above.
bullet Tender texture has been tweaked to look better.
bullet Tender bogies are historically accurate.

MODEL CREATOR

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Forum username: tbryson2

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Contact e-mail: tbryson@cfl.rr.com

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Terry is an aviation and steam engine enthusiast.  He has several hobbies including R/C aircraft, Gmax & Trainz, and builds detailed sailing ship models.  He currently lives in Central Florida USA.

 

 

yonah_tender.zip (2.9Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

yonah_engine.zip  (14.4Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

 

SOUTHERN PACIFIC 2-4-0 #32 SANUYE

2-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

Reskin by Matthew Blackburn

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

 

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Reskin by Matthew Blackburn

 

Sanuye engine.zip (15Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

sanuye tender.zip  (3.9Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

ATITCHISON TOPEKA and SANTA FE 2-4-0 #153 AMITOLA

2-4-0 American Steam Locomotive

Reskin by Matthew Blackburn

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

 

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Author: Terry Bryson

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Reskin by Matthew Blackburn

 

amitola engine.zip (16.2Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

amitola tender.zip  (4.7Mb)

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

 

Created by Zapperjet

This is a generic Class A 36" Gauge Shay Locomotive. It is based loosely on a light, center boiler model produced during the early Shay constructions by Lima Locomotive Works. This model is best used in DCC mode.

SPECIFICATIONS

(approximate)

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 Class: B 28-2

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 Cylinders: 2, 12"x 10"

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 Gauge: 36"

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 Wheel Diameter: 30"

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 Fuel Type: Coal

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 Gear Ratio: 2.05

 

36crshayfinal1.cdp

(12,6mb)

TRS2006 compatible format

 
DOWNLOAD

 

PB15_sound.cdp

(0.7mb)

TRS2006 compatible format

 

THE CLIMAX

A Narrow Gauge bush lokey.

The steam loco with "attitude"

All downloads are in SP3 UTC & TRS2004 compatible format

While these locos will function in TRAINZ version TRS2004 they have not yet been optimised for that version

36" (Narrow) Gauge Climax
 

36 Coal Climax 8x6.jpg (301250 bytes)

 

Bunker Shot.jpg (242098 bytes)

36 Black Oil Fired Climax.cdp - 1.2 mb

TRS2004 / TRS2006

36 Black Coal Fired Climax.cdp - 1.2mb

TRS2004

36 Green Oil Fired Climax.cdp - 1.1mb

TRS2004

56" (Standard) Gauge Climax
 

56 Coal Climax 8x6.jpg (298855 bytes)

56 Black Coal Fired Climax.cdp - 1.2mb

TRS2004

56 Black Oil Fired Climax.cdp - 1.2mb

TRS2004

Common files (required for all Climax locos)
 

Bogie and Steam Drivers.cdp - 400kb

TRS2004 / TRS2006

Climax Common Files.cdp - 4.9mb

TRS2004 / TRS2006

The Cliff.jpg (642305 bytes)

 

The OLD TIMER 4-4-0

Americas  love affair with a steam engine

UTC / TRS2004

This locomotive dominated the American railway system for 40 years from the mid 1840s.

Typically weighing 90,000 pounds it originally operated at around 100psi. It was nearly 16.8 meters long and could generate seven thousand pounds of tractive effort. While it had a top speed of 60mph it averaged 25mph.

The wheel spacing is set for 3 foot NG Track and the internal view on the tender is the engineers view.

Note: You can change the rail co. name by adding text to the westerntemp.tga file in the tender file and replacing the "western.tga"

Old timer front.jpg (88247 bytes)

Old timer side.jpg (94738 bytes)

Old timer tank.jpg (102251 bytes)
Old Timer 4-4-0 American Locomotive.cdp  4.0mb

SP3, UTC & TRS2004 compatible format

While this loco will function in TRAINZ version TRS2004 it has not yet been optimised for that version

 

The DUNKIRK

UTC / TRS2004

Dunkirk1-loco.jpg (109342 bytes)

Dunkirk2-loco.jpg (63527 bytes)

Dunkirk.cdp  5.2mb

SP3, UTC & TRS2004 compatible format

While this loco will function in TRAINZ version TRS2004 it has not yet been optimised for that version

 

 

The HEISLER

UTC / TRS2004

heisler1-1024.jpg (188466 bytes)

heisler3-1024.jpg (186397 bytes)

heisler2-1024.jpg (173855 bytes) heisler4-1024.jpg (158249 bytes)
STD&NRW2-800.JPG (125257 bytes)

Available in both

36" Narrow Gauge and

56" Standard Gauge

TRAINZ UTC

36" Narrow Gauge  Heisler

Heisler NG.cdp 4.8mb

TRAINZ TRS2004

36" Narrow Gauge Heisler

Heisler_NG_TRS2004.cdp 5.8mb

TRAINZ TRS2004

56" Std Gauge Heisler

Heisler_SG_TRS2004.cdp 5.6mb

TRAINZ Classics3 / TRS2009 / TRS2010 / TS12

36" Narrow Gauge Heisler

heisler_ng_ts12.cdp 6.3mb

TRAINZ Classics3 / TRS2009 / TRS2010 / TS12

56" Std Gauge Heisler

heisler_sg_ts12.cdp 6.0mb

 

 

MERCED 4-4-0

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

The Merced Gold Mining company worked a mine in the mountains above the San Joaquin Valley in California and used a 24 inch gauge Porter Locomotive Company 0-4-0T loco to haul mined ore to the mill lower down in the valley. The tipping ore cars used were built by the Denver Engineering Company. The loco was known by the locals as either 'Whistling Jimmy' or 'Leaping Lena'

The models shown were closely copied from drawings of the actual equipment and portrayed in the well worked and rusty finish that decorated the originals after a long life of hard work. As the Porter was a standard design for narrow gauge use a set of 36 inch gauge models is also provided.

Both sets of model are made to run on track made to chunky_mesh standard height of 0.3 metre"

The engineer animation is toggled by the Pantograph button.

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Loco Model by Peter Pardoe-Matthew (Narrowgauge)

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Loco Sounds by Gary Hoorn

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Animated Engineer by Shane Permann (Cowboy)

 

NOTE:

Due to an untraceable bug in Trainz, sometimes at the end of the first part of the animation cycle some or all of the engineer figure may disappear, and show again when the reverse cycle starts. If this annoys you, I am sorry, and suggest you ignore the animation. Enjoy the models

 

merced2.jpg (83076 bytes)

merced3.jpg (66545 bytes)

merced4.jpg (55213 bytes)
All downloads are in SP3 UTC & TRS2004 compatible format

While this locos will function in TRAINZ version TRS2004 they have not yet been optimised for that version

24" gauge
merced_loco.cdp - 6.6mb
36" gauge
porter_loco.cdp - 6.6mb

 

CLASS C SHAY

Geared logging locomotive

UTC / TRS2004 / TRS2006

"Narrowgauge Class C Shay geared logging locomotive. This model represents builder's serial number 3302 operated on the West Side Lumber Co. railroad operations as the number 12 out of Tuolumne in the state of California from 1940 to 1961. Uses a heavy girder steel frame and cast steel bogey frames. It was built in the Lima shops in 04-21-1926 originally for the Swayne Lumber Co., Oroville California. This locomotive is on the Shay Survivor List and now operates on tourist excursions as the Georgetown Loop RR #12, Silver Plume Colorado.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Wheels 12 at 32 dia
Cylinders 3 x 11 x 12
Weight 133,500 lbs full
Tractive Effort 25,830 lbs.
Gear Ratio 2.529
Boiler Pressure 200psi
Fuel Capacity 1200 gals oil
Water Capacity 2000 gals

The assistance of the following team has been greatly appreciated in the production of this model

 

bulletTodd Hohlenkamp - original driveline mesh and animation concepts
bulletPeter-Pardoe Matthews - mesh modifications and animation assistance
bulletRoger Crouch - mesh modifications and poly reduction
bulletGary Hoorn - Engine sounds
bulletMike Sutton - Texture samples and testing
bulletBob Pearson - Engine spec files and testing
bulletShane Perriman - Engineer and Fireman models, smoke effects code, testing
bulletDirk Mewes - Mesh sharing and headlight assembly
bulletTrainzProRoutes Team - Testing and feedback
shay2-800.jpg (143688 bytes)

shay4-800.jpg (66009 bytes)

shay3-800.jpg (168277 bytes)
ws_shay_12_TRS2006.cdp  11.9mb

All downloads are in UTC / TRS2004 / TRS2006 compatible format

 

BALDWIN 0-6-2T

"Murchison Logging Company" and "Clearlake Logging Company"

TRS2004 / TRS2006

These locos are loosely based on Uintah Railway number 20 and 21, as they appeared when delivered in 1905. Both are equipped with random bric-a-brack on the pilots, a water pump for taking on water from streams, bubblegum, and bailing wire. Though they probably wouldn't have been built as oil burners, they were converted to burn bunker C oil later.


(kuid2:30671:9271390:1, on the DLS)

SPECIFICATIONS
bulletBuilder: Baldwin
bulletBuilt: 1905-1915
bulletWheel arrangement: 0-6-2T
bulletDrivers: 34" diameter
bulletCylinders: 13" diameter x 18" stroke
bulletGauge: 3'
bulletTractive Effort: ~13,000 lbs"
mlc8b.jpg (132525 bytes)

mlc8a.jpg (85747 bytes)

CLC_12_and_MLC_8.cdp  6.0mb

TRS2004 compatible format

 

 

24" Gauge Logging Shay

"A generic version of the Gilpin Tramway #2 shay"

TRS2004 / TRS2006

 

This is a freelance model of a Class B 2 Truck Logging Shay. This Shay is designed for 2ft gauge track and is loosely based on Trinity County Lumber Co. Shay #161 (sn-161).

This is a beta model and updates may follow sometime later depending on any issues found.

The model and texture was provided by Ben Neal (bdaneal) and was edited by me. Many thanks to Chris Grossman (atsfrr3000) and David Johnson (GP_38-2) for testing the model for errors in TRS2006. Thanks to them the model should be error free and work with all versions of Trainz 04 and up. Also thanks to Ben Neal (bdaneal) for supplying the base model of his wonderful Gilpin 'Russell'. And a thanks to Kevin Martin (kevmt) for his safety valve scripting.  The texture mapping and mesh will be changed in the future. Updates will be available as I make them.

PB15 Sound by J.A. Cash (kuid:62909:448)

 

SPECIFICATIONS

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Built: Lima, 1888-1900

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Drivers: 24 inch diameter

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Cylinders: 7 inch by 7 inch X3

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Boiler operating pressure: 150 PSI

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Fuel: Wood

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Water: 680 gallons

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Weight empty: 24,000 pounds"

 

NOTE

TRS2004 installation: Requires the Original Shay from the DLS (kuid:96914:etc)

TRS2006 installation: Requires just the files below

2ft Gaugers Enjoy!

 

shay1.jpg (162199 bytes)

shay2.jpg (115801 bytes)

shay3.jpg (105372 bytes)
24_in_logging_shay.cdp

(5.3mb)

TRS2004 & TRS2006 compatible format

PB15_sound.cdp

(0.7mb)

TRS2004 & TRS2006 compatible format

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