Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Gustavo - The RailWorker, Jul 31, 2020.
Siemens ALC-42 and SC-44
ALC-42 (ALC = Amtrak Long distance Charger)
ZSSK Cargo class 131, ZSSK Class 750, routes operate from Zilina, Slovakia?
Oh! pretty pretty pretty please the BR class 91, I'll sell my first born to get that wonderful machine on TSW2.
British rail class:
117, 190, 222, 175, 150, 158, 153, 170 (the list goes on)
Thought I put my own list of my most favorites to be made for TSW2:
F9, FL9, F40PH, GP7, GP9, SD7, SD9, GP20, GP35, GP40-2, SD40T-2, SD50, SD70MAC
C36-7, C40-8, C40-8W, C44-9W, P42DC
14, 20, 30, 35, 40, 50, 56
and an extra:
I know some of them have already been made from TSW1, but hopefully to be reused for a new route on TSW2.
A C40-8W is in development already.
I want a US route set in the 1950s and 60s. I want FM Trainmasters, FM Erie-Builts, Alco RS3s, Alco RSD-15s, EMD E-Units, F-Units, and GP7/9s, EMD SD7/9s, etc. I also want a few more electric engines, like the MR Little Joes, Boxcabs, and Bi-Polars, and PRR GG1s and E44s.
I know that already. But in a different livery, if reused.
S P R I N T E R s
UK - Class 158/159
Germany - DB Class 401
Re 460 Re 420 ic2000
Id love to see A CLASS 158, hence my name, in tsw2
Wow I didn't see that coming
ŁTZ M62 + some slavic route
i found this nice steam locomotive photo with nature in a trip to the infinity, it looks cool i also love nature i mean who doesn't?
(Don't really know what locomotive is sure is steam)
Enjoy the Photo!
That sir is Peppercorn A1 Pacific 60163 Tornado which is actually the newest express passenger locomotive in Britain by virtue of all new express trains being MUs. Google the A1 Steam Trust to learn more- they're building another loco' now.
Thanks for the information I voted on your comment - because it was so well written
Steam locomotives: A3 Pacific Flying Scotsman 4472 (60103), A1 Tornado 60163 and Sir Nigel Gresley 60007.
MPI HSP46 (I see this almost every time I go trainspotting and I would love to learn how to operate it). I'm pretty sure that currently only the MBTA uses it, but that could have changed
UTDC "No2 Fleet" (1600 series)
Bombardier "No3 Fleet" (1800 series)
CRRC (1900 series)
The red line in Boston is a subway line that I have been riding since I was very young and it was the line that sparked my love for trains and the reason I play TSW and TS, as well as the reason I am on this forum. I and my fellow Bostonian railfans would love for DTG to make this in either TS classic or TSW. For more information on the red line, see the thread: https://forums.dovetailgames.com/threads/mbtas-red-line-in-boston.35767/ that kiyoko91 made.
Hmm not sure why you cant see some of my pictures:
lets try that again:
CRRC (sorry for the bad quality)
I like M7 & M3 in Long Island, British fleets, and more
<--------- R Stock, back in the 1970's I thought these trains were so cool looking. I grew up near the Piccadilly line riding mostly 1959 stock, so riding on one of these was a bit of a treat for me.
Here are some locos I would like to see for Sand Patch Grade
4. C40-8 (Standard Cab ver.)
*none of these pictures are mine
DB V 200 (BR220)
Any Romanian locomotice such as the 060-EA
BR Class 92
A bit of an unpopular opinion - the class 142 ‘pacer.’ May not have been the most comfortable units, but they brought so much charm to the railways!
Already in the game but HSTs. Dominated InterCity travel across the UK for decades and looks great in so many liveries. A delight for passengers and drivers alike, there’s not much not to like. Lovely sound too particularly with the old Paxman Valenta engines. East Midlands are currently repainting one of their sets into the InterCity swallow livery. (Second picture)
My favorite loco:
X class steam locomotive, used in the Nilgiri Mountain Railway.
Built in 1914, Still operating as you're reading this!
Class 700 thameslink
I also like the db br 101 and 187, and 373 Eurostar.
Class 150/2 Do it Dovetail
EMD SD40T-2 and SD45T-2's (If we ever get a route for them, outside of Cane Creek)
NJ Transit ALP-45DP because they can actually operate in to New York Penn Station from Diesel Terminal Stations like Bay Head North Jersey coast line and High Bridge Raritan Valley Line pulling Double Decker Coaches
Good idea though DTG would have to get the sounds spot on
Looking back at my favourite loco from Train Simulator, I'm gonna pick this one.
However, if I'd have to pick from *any* locomotive, as a Dutch person, my choice would be something Dutch of course.
The flange squeal, the whinging passengers....
Yes and they should make it so it comes with ecml london to york and put the 91 in lner livery
DB BR 103
BR Class 56 and Class 58 would be good too
DB BR 120.1
DB BR 515/ETA 150
HVLE Voith Maxima 40 CC
NS Traxx 186 + ICD Coaches
Br class 50 and br class 415 epb what used to run out of charing cross to dartford and Gillingham
Queensland A10 Neilson class locomotive
Queensland Beyer-Garratt class
Queensland BB18¼ class locomotive
Queensland Railways 2600 class
Queensland Railways 1720 class
Downer EDI Rail GT42CU ACe
Queensland Railways 3100/3200 class
Queensland Railways 3500/3600 class
Siemens E40 AG-V1
Queensland Railways 2000 class rail motor
Electric multiple unit (Queensland Rail)
Interurban multiple unit (100 series)
Suburban multiple unit (200 series)
NMBS/SNCB MS08/AM08 Desiro
NMBS/SNCB M7 double-decker train
NMBS/SNCB Class 21
NMBS/SNCB Class 27
NMBS/SNCB Class 41
NMBS/SNCB Class 62 (my favorite)
NMBS/SNCB Class 77
NS Class 1600
NS Class 1700
NS Class 186
Vossloh G2000 BB
MaK / Vossloh G1206
NS Class 4000/4200
NS Class 8600/8700/9400/9500
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