Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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LB&SCR D1 Class 0-4-2T
Scenario: Europe
Vehicle: Locomotive
File Size
107.610 MB
Jan 25, 2019 @ 2:36am
Jul 4, 2019 @ 2:07am
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LB&SCR D1 Class 0-4-2T

This is a model of the London Brighton and South Coast railway D1 Class 0-4-2T tank engines designed by William Stroudley for mixed passenger and freight traffic.

For transparency purposes, the textures are a modification of the vanilla game's A3 textures.

Comes complete with aging, tinting, and reversed versions.

LB&SCR D1 Class 0-4-20T:
Available: 1873-1951
Lifespan: 40 years
Top Speed: 72 kph
Weight: 38T
Power: 350kW
Tractive Effort:60kN


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Gr1m  [author] Jul 4, 2019 @ 2:05am 
UPDATE: Kind of doing a massive batch of updates, so please see here for information:
Gr1m  [author] Jun 10, 2019 @ 6:38am 
@Dox Quixotic: Honesty top speeds are a bit of a crapshoot in TpF from what I've seen. There's all sorts of different ways you can measure it, so it'll vary from locomotive to locomotive, and modder to modder. For example do you consider top speed as the engine's theoretical maximum speed or do you consider it their optimal service speed? So there's all sorts of variations that go on.

Also keep in mind that 19th century trains were faster than most people realize when they were doing top speed runs. You had engines hitting - and exceeding - 120kph way back in 1850. So yeah. I try to make the numbers make sense, but it's always a bit of a shot in the dark xP
Doc Quixotic Jun 10, 2019 @ 4:42am 
Thank you for maintaining these mods so well! I just feel a little dirty using this engine because it completely eclipses the vanilla Prussian G3 because of it's speed... Even though it seems historically correct. Oh well, you know what they say about gift horses! ;-)
Gr1m  [author] Jun 9, 2019 @ 3:17am 
UPDATE: Fixes to the mesh and textures so the file is generally smaller and will look a bit nicer - particularly the reflection on surfaces like the boiler.

Also new smoke emitters - If you're already running these engines in game, just send them to a depot and back out again to activate the new smoke emitters.
Norfolk_Chris Jan 26, 2019 @ 1:58am 
Have you considered adding Southern Railway and BR versions of your locos? (Where appropriate.) I think this would be greatly appreciated by many people.
Gr1m  [author] Jan 25, 2019 @ 7:37pm 
SteveM4: Cheers, I'll let you know if I wind up using it (and obviously credit will be given), but I'm still deciding if I go about it and how I'd go about it. I'm sort of thinking if I do make a H2, I'll also make the H1 as well, but both have their pros and cons (H1 is, in my opinion, visually nicer, but has a few extra details that could be annoying, while the H2 has angled pistons, which I could probably just steal from my K Class, but still, it's a bit tedious to set them up). But yeah, still tossing a few ideas around at this point.
SteveM4 Jan 25, 2019 @ 7:24pm 
If you wish I have Atlantic models. If you wish to use either of them feel free. The GNR Atlantic's looked similar to the H2
Gr1m  [author] Jan 25, 2019 @ 6:31pm 
Quick, minor update - I botched the weight completely: it's now been fixed.
Electricfox Jan 25, 2019 @ 4:56pm 
Killakanz has access to an A1X model, so you might want to liase with him, see what his plans are for it.
Le_Derp_Heavy Jan 25, 2019 @ 2:56pm 
E1 sounds like a good idea, we need some more short-trip stuff so i can take off the loco's that i've had from 1860. thanks for doin' all of this!