Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by TheDutchBoyAless, Jun 4, 2018.
This high speed train would fit for the american routes.
The Santa Fe super chief was an iconic loco in American history a photo of it is above
This will be handy for when the whole Northeast Corridor is built.
Unfortunately it really wouldnt have a purpose being on the NEC in its current state. The route barely reaches 70 MPH let alone the trains designated speed of 150 MPH (165 MPH MAX). With the ACS-64, you can’t even reach 100 on the route with out speeding, and the route doesn’t look like it will get any updates or extensions any time soon. However, it would be really neat to have in the game.
I have to agree 100%! Yes, this needs to be done! An ATSF 1950s route needs to be made. It needs the Super Chief with F3 or F7 A-B-B-A sets, an E6 or E8 A-B-A set, or an ALCO PA-1 A-B-A set in Warbonnet plus the full consist. It also needs an ATSF GP7/9, ALCO RSD15, or FM H-16-44 switcher plus freight cars and a caboose. An ATSF 4-8-4 Northern or Hudson could also be included or sold as DLC. We need #3751.
All the way!
That would be a very cool train to have.
I would really like to see ACS-64 642 in the “America’s Railroad Salutes Our Veterans” scheme. It would add to the realism.
See attached image.
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Which route would you folks suggest?
I would love to see see virgin trains all classes of the trains to be add to the train simulator world
Would also need a route to run them on, a section of the WCML maybe?
The way the shortness of routes on TSW are going, if we do see the WCML, it will be something like Milton Keynes - Watford Jct
place your ideas here steamers of 8 drivers or more may be placed here like the J1 2-10-4 or the ATSF 2-10-10-2 let's see what we all come up with
It’s not just about speed
With all the moving parts it might cause a lot of lag
Actually, it is.
-ATSF 2-10-10-2 Mallet (See Lionel Trains website for pictures; really cool loco with cool streamlined tender)
-UP Big Boy
-UP Challenger (also WM, GN, D&RGW, Clinchfield, and NP had these engines)
-ATSF, C&O, or PRR 2-10-4 Texas
-DM&IR M-4 Yellowstones
-SP AC-9 Yellowstones
-SP Cab Forwards
-N&W Class A or Y6b Mallets
-Triplex (Erie or Virginian)
-4-8-4s (ATSF 3751 or 2900, SP/WP GS-2,-3, -4, or -6, N&W J Class)
-Virginian 2-10-10-2 Mallet
-C&O Allegheny/Virginian Blue Ridge (2-6-6-6)
There's no point suggesting steam engines because adding them is not a possibility yet, maybe for another few months
All american shunters! pure diesel goodness.... Shunters for the US railway route Sand Patch Grade to move around locomotives, freight cars up and down. Lots of shunting duties......
I agree! And in all countries, not just the U.S. Of course, that would imply switching/shunting scenarios or sessions. The DLC freight sessions pack for the NEC route includes quite a few switching ops, as does the WSR, and a few appear in GWE, but do not involve a shunting engine.
Bring 'em on!
Have to say: TSW CSX Heavy Haul or NYC NEC routes need an NRE 3GS-21B Genset switcher plus some great rolling stock.
I'd like to see a Genset for a UP or BNSF route as well.
For a route set in the 1940s and 50s or the transition era (1950s-60s), we need an EMD SW-7, NW-2, or SW-9 switcher.
The BR route needs a shunter for yard duties, also.
I forgot to suggest the UP 4-12-2 3-cylinders. Also, we could get 2-8-4 Berkshires and 4-8-2 Mountains.
There aren't many true switchers out there anymore (at least around where I live). At my local yard (Conway) what you see most often is a GP with some form of slug or control car.
Would enjoy either a dedicated switcher or a genset. Lets give the local yards some love and leave the road diesels to the main line
Fortunately, DTG isn't limited to what is common today.
However, so far all of them has been in current times. But still, hopefully some come.
There do go from London Paddington station so that is a start it is
this would be Great! Take my Money for DLC on PS4
We can't forget ALCO RS switchers, Fairbanks-Morse switchers, and maybe Baldwin switchers. The GE 44 tonners are a great addition, too.
With the release of Raton Pass and BNSF DLC DTG always have a licence issue with BNSF Railway Company.
So making this Santa Fe Super Chief will be released without Santa Fe branding.
add Amtrak diesel locomotive, and Acela. From Philadelphia to New Haven at least.
Than could do like they did with the Raton Pass route they released for TS18 do a non-us version and a us version. So it is possible to be done.
Is compatible with the S-bahn (rapid transit)
The Baureihe 643 also called Talent is a diesel train , a so-called light - weight train with low-floor part for the regional passenger transport of the Deutsche Bahn (DB).DB REGIO
It's used on RSN, right?
Sorry,What is RSN
What is RSN?
Ruhr Sieg Nord (the new German route)
No, only FLIRTs run on Ruhr Sieg now, and before that 143 + n-wagen.
no its a train mate. Tanks are military hardware - not really TSW content IMO
This is no Forum for World of Tanks! This is a forum of a Train Simulator, and normally there arent any "Tanks!!!" in a Train Sim or a fishing sim..
In case you just posted this in the wrong forum heres the link to the World of Tanks Forum: http://forum.worldoftanks.eu/index.php?/forum/48-forum/
Sorry,I was mistaken in writing "Thank you"
They're not gonna do anything related to the military of the US unfortunately. This would be a great lil detail to have in the game though.
Matt said that he would like to see it.
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