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Dual Tone Early Compartment Carriages
   
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Scenario: Europe
Vehicle: Wagon
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Jul 7, 2019 @ 10:52pm
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Dual Tone Early Compartment Carriages

In 1 collection by Gr1m
Gr1m's British Carriages
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Description
This is another add-on to my compartment carriage series: A set of light, low capacity passenger carriages for those early 1850 starts, these carriages are also useful for quiet, low-to-mid speed branch lines, or just flavour and decoration.

Comes with tinting, aging, fully functioning doors, visible passengers and placeable assets.

Please note that this *REQUIRES* my Dual-Tone Passenger Compartment Carriages Mod to work.

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Early Dual-Tone Four-Wheel Carriage
Includes front and rear brake-third carriages, a third class and first class carriage, and a full luggage/brake carriage.

Available: 1850-1910
Capacity: 4 Passengers
Weight: 6t
Top Speed: 72kph
Lifespan: 30 years

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2 Comments
Gr1m  [author] Jul 8, 2019 @ 7:01pm 
@GrijzePilion: I'm thinking that probably next on the list (since it's easy and I'm lazy) is celerestory roofs. Anything beyond that and I have to start looking at more or less building something from scratch, which is more work, more time consuming, and carriages are kind of tedious. Maybe a Pullman? I'm not sure yet.
A Guy Called Pi Jul 8, 2019 @ 9:23am 
These are great for variety. You're killing it lately. Would love to have an extra set of coaches for the 20th century. Don't know how far you go but is there anything between 1915 and 1935 you'd be interested in doing?