4.4 Trains

4.4.3 USA

GP-38

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a diesel-electric engine class GP-38
Description:
Diesel-electric engine class GP-38. The train consists of an engine and 15 cars. Photorealistic driver's stand with analogue speddometer (mph), digital speedometer (km/h), manometers (pressure gauges) och hektoampere meter (motor current in 100s of Ampere).

 

 
# of veh.:
16
 
Total length:
Ca. 400 m 
 
Total weight:
490 t 
 
Traction pwr:
1490 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Diesel
 
Max velocity:
115 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
ATS-S EB
 
Vintage:
1970s
Creator:
Steve Green
Eric Weber
Lines:
Desert Freight 
 Works with BVE 2:
Yes
 Works with BVE 4:
Unknown
Known problems:
None.
Vehicle description:
Southern Pacific GP38-2, pictures and short facts on class GP-38
Misc.:
Works with OpenBVE.
Download from:
This train was distributed at the website Train Sim Central. That website has disappeared from the Internet. While there is no official website for the train, it can be downloaded from this website.
To download from this website:
GP-38
Last update of this directory entry:
2011-Dec-8-

GS-4 Daylight

Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a steam engine class GS-4
Description:
Southern Pacific class GS-4 Daylight steam engine, on of the more known classes of steam engines used in the USA. The train simulated consists of 1 engine and 4 cars. Realistic driver's stand with speedometer(mph), manometers (pressure gauges) and clock.

 

 
# of veh.:
5
 
Total length:
Ca. 125 m 
 
Total weight:
527 t 
 
Traction pwr:
4100 kW 
 
Max load:
Power source:
Coal
 
Max velocity:
112 km/h  
 
Safety systems in BVE:
 
Vintage:
Ca. 1941
Creator:
Steve Green
Robert Raymond
Brian Higinbotham
Lines:
Desert Freight 
 Works with BVE 2:
Yes
 Works with BVE 4:
Unknown
Known problems:
None.
Vehicle description:
The Southern Pacific Daylight GS-4, pictures and short facts on class GS-4 Daylight
Misc.:
Works with OpenBVE.
Download from:
This train was distributed at the website Train Sim Central. That website has disappeared from the Internet. While there is no official website for the train, it can be downloaded from this website.
To download from this website:
GS-4
Last update of this directory entry:
2011-Dec-8-


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