Trains I need(MUST BE COMPATIBLE WITH 2009)

gooper1

YOLT.You Only Like Trains
K,heres a list of trains I need

Class 465/466
Class 170
Class 455
Class 456
Class 90
CSX C40
BNSF Dash 9 CWW
Class 395
Class 377

So these are the trains I need.Any links would be appreciated!
 
You are not going to find a Class 170 - the site that used to sell one has not been running for a few years.

You may also run into similar problems with the Class 377.

As for the others, I know the Class 90 is available on the Download Station. As for the other British ones, register and have a look on the British Trainz forum at http://forum.british-trainz.co.uk.

Shane
 
You are not going to find a Class 170 - the site that used to sell one has not been running for a few years.

You may also run into similar problems with the Class 377.

As for the others, I know the Class 90 is available on the Download Station. As for the other British ones, register and have a look on the British Trainz forum at http://forum.british-trainz.co.uk.

Shane

Thanks but same about the 377 and 170:( I was so excited about getting them:(
 
They have a Dash 8, but it won't work with 09 like most of their content. Some newer ones won't even work below TS12 SP1. There's a CNW, but what's a CWW though...
 
They have a Dash 8, but it won't work with 09 like most of their content. Some newer ones won't even work below TS12 SP1. There's a CNW, but what's a CWW though...

I saw it in the video on youtube trainz 2006 bnsf and csx
 
You could always consider learning to reskin them yourself, or even modeling. The world needs more content creators!
 
I know but I dont know the things that I need to create them:hehe:

That would depend on what you want to create. For most assets, you would need a program like Gmax or Blender to create the mesh file (with the relevant exporter for the program you use) alongside a program like Paint.NET or Gimp for the textures.

Shane
 
That would depend on what you want to create. For most assets, you would need a program like Gmax or Blender to create the mesh file (with the relevant exporter for the program you use) alongside a program like Paint.NET or Gimp for the textures.

Shane

Ok thanks!
 
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