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AndreaLuigi
March 22nd, 2009, 07:51 AM
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Description: Br62 015
The Class 62s were developed and delivered by the firm of Henschel for the Reichsbahn during the 1920s. The engines were two-cylinder superheated steam locomotives. A total of 15 units were manufactured. Although the engines were built as early as 1928, the Deutsche Reichsbahn did not take over numbers 62 003–015 until 1932. The reason for that was the low priority for such engines in the Reichsbahn, as well as the high cost. During the 1930s they were stationed at the locomotive depots (Bahnbetriebswerke or Bw) of Düsseldorf marshalling yard, Sassnitz on the island of Rügen and Meiningen. After the Second World War eight examples were left in the hands of the DR in East Germany and seven with the Deutsche Bundesbahn.
At the beginning of 1970 only numbers 62 007, 62 014 and 62 015 were still in operation, in the Est Wriezen where they headed trains to Berlin-Lichtenberg. Number 62 007 was retired there in 1972, the last engine in schedule services, but continued to be used as a heating engine until 1973. The only surviving locomotive, no. 62 015, is today owned by the DB (Nuremberg Transport Museum) and is housed in the locomotive shed of the former Dresden-Altstadt depot. Until 1997 the engines was used to haul for special trains.
We wish to thank Stoney from www.train-sim-werk (http://www.train-sim-werk/) who gave us the permission to convert his MSTS creations to Trainz.
3d and textures: Stoney
Conversion 3d bogey and animation: ALM for TrainzItalia
Details and packaging by Tinotos


KUID LIST
Corona Bianca,<kuid:146153:1412>
BR86 engine,<kuid:146153:51062>
Br 62 015,<kuid:146153:62015>
62_main_bogey,<kuid:146153:6201515>
62_bogey,<kuid:146153:6201516>
Br62 015,<kuid:164663:1080>


The CDP was packed with CMP TRS2006 to attach the dependencies of different authors but it is 100% compatible with TRS2004 INT (operation not guaranteed in TRS2004ITA and TRS2009)

To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Br62 015 (http://denver.trainzitalia.com/forum/local_links.php?linkid=16&catid=6)

colorado71
March 22nd, 2009, 12:30 PM
Thank you very much. This is one of the most beautiful German steam locomotives.

Euphod
March 22nd, 2009, 12:34 PM
Thanks, I've downloaded it before you guys change your minds!:D

AndreaLuigi
March 22nd, 2009, 01:32 PM
Euphod, I could understand what you mean, but, be sure, we don't change our mind.
Stoney agreed to have his material converted to Trainz at a simple condition: FREEWARE
And we respect his request even if the amount of work we are putting on these locomotive is going bigger anytime.
Tinotos is doing a fantastic job by making all these locs available for 2004, adding shadows and further details.
I'm doing a small job by converting it for Trainz and doing the kinematics, but the biggest effort has been made by Stoney.
He is the artist.
This need to be remembered anytime.
Thank you for your appreciation.
We hope to have many authorizations from US content builders to propose the same variety for our oversea's friends.

whistlehead
March 22nd, 2009, 01:37 PM
If you're converting MSTS to trainz...:o
http://whr.bangor.ac.uk/msts.htm

The coaches and 'Lyd' are the ones I'd like the most.

trackplate
March 23rd, 2009, 06:17 AM
http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/6910/wun.jpg (http://img14.imageshack.us/my.php?image=wun.jpg)

AndreaLuigi
March 23rd, 2009, 11:16 AM
The picture is fantastic. Thank you for your attention.