We got some nice box cars and such already, we can just reskin them.
... Reason is because I didn't like the museum colors! They didn't look like a working engine in the field to me. (She was after all made up to look pretty for the Bicentenneal!)
Not sure about the "Russian Iron", but from the photographs and from memory it seems it was simply a gloss black.
I made the General (plastic model) and plan to make another version for Trainz in dark green. Reason is because I didn't like the museum colors! They didn't look like a working engine in the field to me. (She was after all made up to look pretty for the Bicentenneal!)
I contacted the L&N RR company a LONG time ago and asked what her "original" colors were. The only response I got was "Dark Green". Nothing more, nothing less.
Should I release a green version, this will be explained in the release.
I will take your settings and see what I can do with them.
Thanks bdaneal! One step closer!
Beautiful locomotive!! You are really doing a great job!
Feel free to reskin any of my cars and re-release them under your own KUID.
You might also ask Meridious - he has a nice set of old boxcars at TPR (http://trainzproroutes.com/downloads/). Some day, I am planning on doing a set of Civil War cars, but I'm kinda tied up at the moment. Maybe later this year....
Is there a link to see it? I don't have MSTS and don't know anything about downloading or looking at engines for it. I could do a search, but don't have the time.
Excellent looking locomotive Terry! Ever since I was about 3 or 4 I have always been watching the Buster Keaton silent movie "The General", and that engine looks exactly like the real thing! (Well, maybe except for the gauge. )
Great Job on this engine and keep up the good work,