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Thread: Engines Wishlist for Jointed Rail.

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    Last edited by PBY357; October 20th, 2019 at 08:44 PM. Reason: Sorry for the large picture
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    Any way we can ever see a "Hiwassee Terminal Pack 2"? I'm making a fictional route using the railway (it's my favorite fictional one in Trainz, looks very nice!) and would love some more varying power, like maybe a sd40-2, a chop nose gp7, a F unit for the coaches in the first pack, maybe even an old U25 or B30-7? My main line freight trains are always just sd45-2's with some gp38's sprinkled in and some custom patched units I made, but I'd love to sport more engines in the railway's actual livery. And some more variety for my yard crews would be nice as well.

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    and a m630 bc rail style in hiwasee pack version 2
    Mcio34 a railroad especially preferred bc rail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadd04 View Post
    Like to see some more WC stuff. Feel like its kind of an over looked railroad.
    Yeah, would be neat to see some WC made, only place to run a good amount of WC stuff right now is on OpenRails with this nice pack here, http://www.valleypass.com/Sales/WC.htm to bad some of these cant be converted to TRS like some of the other stuff that was converted to Trainz from OR.

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    Hey what ever happened to the CF7s? lol Also I found a DeBruce SD9 but it was completely buried and is not easy to find, why is this?
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    I’d love to see a UP AC4400CW, UP AC6000CW in Flag paint, and a C45ACCTE in the phase 2 Flag paint (the “Building America” on the electrical box)

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    I think we need some c40-8cms because we dont really have a cn or bcol power.

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    I would love it if JR made a SDP35 with no textures, with animating fans and put it out on the freeware where people can make their own skins for it.

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    I second SD35s of any type. I'd say after things like the SD18 and the SD24 the SD35 is one of the most overlooked EMDs by a mile.

    A bit niche, but some vintage big CN power in the 1961-1973 scheme would be interesting. The rare spartan-cab GP40 they had 16 of.

    The ubiquitous GMD SD40.


    And the two 70s era six axle Alcos. Of the 44 C630M's they had only the first two had dynamic brakes while all 40 of the M636s had them.





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    I third that, SD35s, Southern Pacific had a fleet of them, also.










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    CP SD70ACu in the Heritage Script scheme.

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    Wishing all the JR crew a Very Merry Christmas. Thank you.

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    No pictures because I'm lazy, but since we have a new SD45 model, how about an updated Santa Fe SD45?

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    Modernish versions of the new SD40/45 variants plzzzzzzzzzzzz.



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    Default Early Norfolk Southern.

    Here’s something…odd, Norfolk Southern SD50s 6506-6525 in as-delivered condition (c. June-July 1984). These were built with the long hood forward as the front and were the pre-cursor of the large fleet of SD60s the system took on beginning later that year. The sub-lettering on these units were as follows:

    • Southern (6506-6516)
    • Central of Georgia (6517-6523)
    • Alabama Great Southern (6524 and 6525)







    Norfolk & Western SD40-2s. Not too specific on locomotive phases or whether it has a low nose or high nose or even the block/text lettering.


    Southern B36-7 (3815-3820) or B30-7A1 (3500-3521), either one would be ideal for the time period.



    Finally, the NS B32-8 in as-delivered condition (3522-3566) with Southern sublettering. These were numbered directly after the B30-7A1s and worked with them (among other units of similar horsepower rating) on TOFC/COFC trains when they were delivered in the Fall of 1989. These were the penultimate units built for the Norfolk Southern new with the long hood designated as the front as they came before the production GP59s (4609-4641).




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