This mod adds 7 Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) class GG1’s to the game. These are repaints of the generic GG1 available in-game.
The Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) was an American railroad established in 1846 that served the northeast and midwest. For the first half of the 20th century, the PRR was the largest U.S. railroad by traffic and revenue. At one time, the PRR was the largest publicly traded corporation in the world, with a budget larger than that of the U.S. government.
Like many other railroads, the PRR suffered a decline in the decades following WWII and eventually merged with rival New York Central in 1968 to form the Penn Central. However, the merger did not go well and within two years the Penn Central filed for bankruptcy. In 1976, viable parts of the company were transferred to Conrail.
The GG1 was a class of electric locomotive conceived in 1933. The PRR wanted a new passenger locomotive and had General Electric (GE) and Westinghouse design prototypes. GE’s GG1 won out over the Westinghouse R1. The GG1 entered service in 1935 and went on to serve successor railroads Penn Central, Conrail and Amtrak.
1935-1941 Loewy Scheme
1937-1938 Feathered Scheme
1941-1952 Modified Loewy Scheme
1952-1955 Modified Loewy Scheme in Red
1955-1968 Broadband Scheme in Green
1955-1968 Broadband Scheme in Red
1955-1968 Broadband Scheme in Silver (Congressional)
Aging with dirt and rust.
Engines as rail assets.
Max Speed: 100 mph (160 kph)
Power: 4,620 horsepower (3,450 kW)
Tractive Effort: 65,500 lbf (291 kN)
Availability: (see above)
Cost: (determined by game)
Original model and textures by Urban Games.
Repaint by dwebster73.
This mod adds new vehicles to the game without altering anything in the game.
Custom colors and logos have been disabled.
Author takes no responsibility for your hardware or software. Use this mod at your own risk.
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