Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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[AU]C38 class Steam locomotive
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59.676 MB
Jan 23, 2018 @ 6:39am
Feb 16, 2019 @ 9:06am
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[AU]C38 class Steam locomotive

In 1 collection by DannyT
Mods created by DannyT so far...
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One of the most iconic Steam train in Australia, fully built with parts sourced from all over Australia. Streamlined versions were first came into service, the design was heavily influenced by American New Haven Class I-5 Hudson. While no Hudson I-5s were ever preserved, the class leader 3801 and its unstreamlined sister 3830 has since been running many heritage excursions within Sydney. On 2007 they were put away in the depot for boiler replacement (2 boilers delivered from Germany for 3801: one for replacement, other as a spare), this year 2018 will see them back on the track after 11 years.

Available: 1943
Top speed: 136 km / h (85 miles / h) Streamlined, 130

km / h (81 miles / h) unstreamlined
Power: 1600hp Streamlined, 2000hp unstreamlined
Tractive effort: 161kN

[Optional mod] A patch mod for reducing the fuel weight below:
[AU] C38 less fuel weight = faster acceleration !

* PBR textures, with material reflection and effects
* Texture compression and multiple levels of details for less stress on

your computer.
* Player selectable colours, you can choose your preferred shade of green !
* Dirt and rust aging.

1. More liveries.
2. Unique sounds. (done)
Popular Discussions View All (1)
Jan 7 @ 8:34pm
NSWGR rolling Stock
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KMDolph May 13 @ 4:53am 
Please update these locos and all the other Australian NSW stuff you've made for TF1 to be included in TF2 Workshop!!!
VandelayOfficial May 10 @ 6:59pm 
I hope you update this for TPF2!
Rafn Feb 14 @ 12:28pm 
I am not worried about this being Australian - I would like to see it ported simply because it is one of the highest quality locos on the workshop.
Big Dave Feb 14 @ 11:55am 
Will you be porting or allow a modder to port your work to TPF2? We are desperate for Aussie rolling stock
Krugar Aug 22, 2019 @ 3:09am 
the 3801's boiler has been repaiaired wont be too long now before we see the 3801 back on aussie rails !
Havoc B Jul 4, 2019 @ 1:27am 
The reason why the 38 streamlined ( 3801-3805 ) had less power, was identified by a fireman imported from Bathurst, which was rectified a few months later. see, the streamlined, as they came out of the shop, were nearly impossible to stoke to keep up steam at 245 PSI, their designed operational output. the reason for this was discovered by the fireman, after asking to inspect the Blastpipe on 3801.

he discovered that the Blast pipe's shape was wrong, and not cleanly letting the steam clear the chimney's apron, which catches the steam and sucks it out the top. this meant that the draught on the firebox was adversely affected. with the blastpipe redesigned, the streamlined 38's were just as powerful as their unstreamlined cousins, though the unstreamlined were easier to maintain because of not having to remove said streamlining for maintenance, which could also be reflected in the game. it could also be a later retrofit version of the 38's streamlined with the restored power
DannyT  [author] Jun 19, 2018 @ 3:31am 
Rafn May 22, 2018 @ 4:33pm 
Beautiful work. Also I think this is the first workshop locomotive I've seen that looks good in just about any color available ingame.
DannyT  [author] Apr 23, 2018 @ 12:53am 
The person who is going around all my mods giving me a negative rating please explain what I have done wrong for you ? If there is anyway I could fix things for you ?

If this keeps up I will reconsider where and when I release my mods... Be nice, I have spent countless hours working on all these train mods with my own time and fork out my money for softwares and tutorials, been doing this since the game was released... If for whatever reason I don't get my exposure because of this, things will change !
DannyT  [author] Apr 17, 2018 @ 3:55am 
We shall see if we get even larger map after patch, I also would like to see beyond the Blue Mountains !