Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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Preussische S9 Altona
 
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Scenario: Europe
Tags: Train
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May 26 @ 6:06am
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In 2 collections by trunky
Deutschland (DRG, DB, DB AG)
276 items
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Description
The Altona was the result of a tender of the Association of German Engineers in 1902/1903. A locomotive was to be built to tow a 120-ton train at 120 km/h, if possible at 150 km/h. A specialty at this time was the cab forward construction.

Availibility: 1904-1918
Maximum Speed: 137 km/h
Power: 1029 kW
Tractive Effort: 100 kN
Weight: 89,5 t


Players without Steam can find the download at ModWerkstatt[modwerkstatt.com]
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15 Comments
Captain_Pavlos Jul 27 @ 9:11am 
sehr schöne Lok. Vielen Dank.
olaf.reininga May 29 @ 7:21am 
Could you maybe make the Bayerische S3/6? This game has been out for some years now but still this legend isnt riding its rails. (Great job on this very peculiar engine too. I'm a real sucker for uniquely designed vehicles)
SovietOnion May 29 @ 2:23am 
People who dislike Bulleid's Leader: Ah, sh*t. Here we go again.
trunky  [author] May 27 @ 3:22pm 
that's correct Kitsune
Kitsune Dawn May 27 @ 2:27pm 
I remember reading about these things somewhere. Like a "weird locomotives" site or something. Whatever the case, if memory serves, they weren't true "cab forwards". Rather, the fireman stayed at the rear of the locomotive near the firebox, while the engineer made use of controls located at the front.
69er-charger May 27 @ 2:15pm 
@domi5599 Danke
rose4100 May 27 @ 2:11pm 
I really like this model. It looks so unique from other Engines of the time. Thank you :).
domi5599 May 27 @ 2:02pm 
@69er-charger
Nun die Lok schaffte 137 km/h.
Es waren vlt 3-4 pr. D-Zug Wagen beim Versuch.
Die gibt es zwar für TPF, aber nur mit vmax 110 km/h.
69er-charger May 27 @ 11:20am 
Schöne Lok, klasse Arbeit!!! Wisst Ihr, welche Wagen für diese Geschwindigkeit 1904 zugelassen waren?
Tsass May 26 @ 2:19pm 
This was one 'class' of Prussian loko's i was not expecting - nice :)