Transport Fever

Transport Fever

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Boston & Maine 4-4-2 Atlantic
 
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Scenario: USA
Vehicle: Locomotive
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Jun 8 @ 5:30pm
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Description
NOTE: Unfortunately, due to limitations of retexturing certain vehicles in this game, the logos and engine numbers are mirrored on the other side of the locomotive. There is nothing I can do about this at the moment.

Features and Information

  • Introduced: 1902
  • Production ends: 1948
  • Top Speed: 100
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Two paint schemes are included:
  • Boston & Maine 1902 White Lettering
  • Boston & Maine 1928 White Rectangular Herald

The Boston & Maine owned at least 42 Atlantics for many of their fast passenger services. As cars got heavier and new steam locomotives became more powerful, the atlantics became obsolete. Many B&M employees nicknamed these locomotives as "trailers", referring to their trailing truck.
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5 Comments
Dogwood Jul 29 @ 6:47pm 
Hey, I really enjoy your creations, but recently one of your models, a Canadian Mikado, was taken down, and I'm not too sure of the techinaclities of these things, but is there any way you could replace it with a placeholder of sorts so those of us who subscribed wouldn't lose our savegames.
peak oil Jun 9 @ 7:53pm 
amazing detail
Withered GrayK Jun 9 @ 9:51am 
@Chiggum. Can you make the Boston & Maine Heavyweight Coaches and the B&M Streamer Coaches?
Wief Chiggum  [author] Jun 9 @ 7:58am 
@rb58nl
I understand your concern, but unfortunately it's the best I can do with what I have. I'm hoping the developers will stop mirroring their textures on most of their vehicles, but it likely won't be any time soon. For now, this will have to do.
rb58nl Jun 8 @ 9:10pm 
Thats just going to look stupid, is it? I appreciate your effort but this was a waste of time... :-)... I will wait till the issue has been solved, and the logo appears on both sides of the machine ... Keep us up-dated..