Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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Narrow Gauge Pack
Vehicle: Tram
Track/Street: Track
Depot: Train Depot
File Size
2.319 MB
Aug 3, 2017 @ 2:29pm
Mar 11 @ 1:21pm
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Narrow Gauge Pack

Satisfy your need for the small and budget railway. Build in 1000mm Narrow Gauge. Transport your goods in itty bitty little carriages trough cities, towns and diverse landscape with this Modification. You'll get matching passenger and cargo stations, incl. a depot for your vanilla trams and even some freight cars trown in for good measure!
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rb58nl Jul 6 @ 8:48pm 
thumbs down !!
rb58nl Jul 6 @ 8:47pm 
I think the creators find it problematic to answer ant question..... :-(.... I had the same question as Teddy actually
Dave Jun 12 @ 1:10pm 
Nice mod. Any updates on new locos, steam or electric?
KMDolph Jun 11 @ 10:06pm 
Does Narrow Guage work on the Tram lines you can build into roads? Or is there another that can make it so you can run narrow engines and say freight or passenger trains on Tram lines???
Holy Teddybear Jan 16 @ 4:51pm 
To be honest, i'd really like to see some steam engines in the mod in order to create the cheap narrow track rail networks for 1900 industry
Eldrarak1982 Jan 12 @ 12:38am 
I am seeing the track in game, and the depot, but not the station. Any idea what the reason could be for this?
paul.schweizer Dec 19, 2017 @ 5:01pm 
Hi guys,
Any chance of making the gondolas transport grain as well (with new Industries 2.5x, I don't get any grain on narrow gauge.
And could you also convert some of the passenger cars to narrow gauge?

Thank you.
Sedge Nov 28, 2017 @ 6:16pm 
@waisneed @lord creepah Any chance for a broad guage aka Indian/BART gauge with a third rail? That would be rad for my SF Bay layout.
janisjan85 Nov 23, 2017 @ 8:10am 
I just wonder, it's separate depot for each rail-gauges, but I find the same vehicles in all depots. It are not different vehicles for the different gauges?

I also noticed that the vehicles have the exact same cost, regardless of which gauge the vehicles will be used on. Also, the "schmalspur" is more expensive that standard gauge. It's make no sense.
Norfolk_Chris Nov 20, 2017 @ 4:15am 
There is a problem with electric vehicles. The first electric tram is available from 1887 but there is no electrifcation available to use them? We have a problem!