Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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LB&SCR B4 Class 4-4-0
Scenario: Europe
Vehicle: Locomotive
File Size
103.104 MB
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Jul 4 @ 2:00am
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LB&SCR B4 Class 4-4-0

Yep, another LB&SCR engine. You'd think I'd be running out of these at this point.

And yet. >.>

Anywho, this is a LB&SCR B4, designed by R J Billinton and considered one of his best engines. This 4-4-0 is intended for fast, but particularly heavy passenger services.

Comes with tinting, aging, logo support, and a reversed version. UPDATE: Placeable version added!

I've also thrown in a B2 for free, since they're so similar.


LB&SCR B2 Class 4-4-0
Available: 1895-1933
Top Speed: 96 kph
Power: 450kw
Tractive Effort: 66kN
Weight: 69t
Lifespan: 30 years


LB&SCR B4 Class 4-4-0
Available: 1899-1951
Top Speed: 96 kph
Power: 800kw
Tractive Effort: 78kN
Weight: 76t
Lifespan: 40 years


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gr1m  [author] Jul 4 @ 1:59am 
UPDATE: Kind of doing a massive batch of updates, so please see here for information:
gr1m  [author] Jun 30 @ 8:08am 
@Aunt Jenny (106): I mean, it isn't Edward (though I get the resemblance, it's just not the same engine he's based off IIRC), but yep, all of my engines support tinting/recolouring.

I mean the blue tints aren't great IMHO, but that's a fault of the game itself and there's nothing I can do about that. >.>
MagR Mage! Jun 30 @ 6:34am 
@gr1m. Is "Edward" a recolorable engine?
Because I wanna paint him blue.
Norfolk_Chris Jun 28 @ 1:26am 
How about the I3 4-4-2T tank originally built for the Brighton main line, regarded as Marsh's best locos.
Then there is always Billington's massive L class Baltic tanks (4-6-4T) the last steam locos built for the Brighton main line before the electrics took over.
gr1m  [author] Jun 28 @ 12:38am 
@SovierOnion: I've had a bunch of requests for it already. It's less to do with the whole Thomas thing, and more to do with...I dunno, I just find nothing about the E2 interesting. Visually they're bland as hell, historically they weren't that good, and they only made, what, ten of them anyway? There's a lot of really cool, exciting or interesting LBSCR engines, but to me the E2 just isn't one of them, so there's no real interest in making one.
SovietOnion Jun 28 @ 12:15am 
I mean, eventually, there's going to be that one troll who's gonna say "where the hell is Thomas?" without realising how flawed the E2s actually were.

It's ironic that (I think) all of the engines, even the most famous class, that Billinton designed to replace older models are gone, whereas there are still a couple of William Stroudley locos floating around, like Stepney and Gladstone.
gr1m  [author] Jun 27 @ 6:15pm 
@Bran: Thanks, that's actually a good idea. I actually didn't realise I'd released so many mods! xP
Bran Jun 27 @ 2:28pm 
I went ahead and threw all your locos and rolling stock into a collection so people don't have to do a bunch of sifting through stuff to get everything put together
gr1m  [author] Jun 27 @ 4:55am 
@SovietOnion: I mean, I don't plan on doing the E2 at all, so....kinda? >.>
SovietOnion Jun 27 @ 3:54am 
Admit it, you're just doing everything in your power to prolong doing the E2, aren't you?