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1840 Harlan & Hollingsworth Passenger Coach
   
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Scenario: USA
Vehicle: Wagon
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16.794 MB
Oct 29, 2018 @ 11:55am
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1840 Harlan & Hollingsworth Passenger Coach

Description
Constructed almost entirely out of wood and boasting few creature comforts, this early 1840s coach was employed to do one thing - move passengers.

Cost: $155K
Availability: 1840-1880
Capacity: 8 (32 with a capacity mod)
Top Speed: 31 mph (50 km/h)
Weight: 17 tons
Running Costs: $25.9 K/yr
Lifespan: 25 years
Loading Speed: 2.0x
Length: 36 ft. (11 m)

Also available as a trackside asset.
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8 Comments
modelcitizen  [author] Jun 16, 2019 @ 6:24am 
Hi Stormlover_51. Feel free to mod away. Have fun, I say.
Stormlover_51 Jun 12, 2019 @ 7:10pm 
Hi. I lowered the max speed to 45 and reduced the weight to 12 tons so as to still be useful with the General.
Stormlover_51 Feb 19, 2019 @ 10:12pm 
A great match for the Norris Virginia, these little guys look nice in pastel (light) colors. Don't use too many of them with a larger locomotive because you'll eventually get a weight penalty when compared to the vanilla starter coach. I like to start the game with one coach then add until it reaches four. Several full sets (Virginia with four Harlans) can run until the General becomes available. Meanwhile use the early Baldwin for freight.
Le_Derp_Heavy Nov 4, 2018 @ 1:28pm 
Nice job!
A Guy Called Pi Nov 1, 2018 @ 11:51am 
Yeah it looks wonderfully unpleasant, definitely worse than the default crackerbox. And this one actually looks dinky enough to be pulled by one of those early locos.
DPT Wanderer (new LP) Oct 30, 2018 @ 2:38pm 
finally an actual cracker box car xD
n.chiri Oct 30, 2018 @ 12:00pm 
A while ago, when M4 released his steam variety pack, I had in mind starting an early US-themed save, but the idea kinda vanished in my head over time. I might decide to do it sometime, but man, those things look uncomfortable even without getting inside. Admiring the landscape, or even some basic natural light certainly weren't priorities to the people who made those things.
A Guy Called Pi Oct 29, 2018 @ 12:43pm 
Looks great! Finally an American-style passenger car for the very early days of railroading.....I've always felt the default one is too big and long, especially next to the Europeans' tiny little box car.