Dutch Trainset v2.0 being developed

Discuss, get help with, or post new graphics for TTDPatch and OpenTTD, using the NewGRF system, here. Graphics for plain TTD also acceptable here.

Moderator: Graphics Moderators

Which DMU do you find better looking

Poll ended at 06 Feb 2013 11:59

DE-III (plan U): http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_U
9
38%
DE-IV (Ram): http://www.stichtingtee.nl/nl/trein/geschiedenis
15
63%
 
Total votes: 24

vj.trainfun
Engineer
Engineer
Posts: 1
Joined: 26 Jul 2019 18:15

Re: Dutch Trainset v2.0 being developed

Post by vj.trainfun » 26 Jul 2019 18:27

Rudolfph wrote:
18 Jul 2019 20:23
Steam engines, Whyte-notation:

HSM Arend: 2-2-2
HSM 1-15, 26-30: 2-4-0
NRS 11-16: 2-2-2
NS 700: 2-4-0
NS 1100: 2-4-0
NS 1500: 4-4-0
NS 2100: 4-4-0
NS 2900: 0-6-0
NS 3100: 0-6-0
NS 3200: 0-6-0
NS 3500: 4-6-0
NS 3600: 4-6-0
NS 3700: 4-6-0
NS 3850: 4-6-0 (streamlined NS 3700)
NS 3900: 4-6-0
NS 4600: 2-8-0
NS 4700: 0-8-0 (based on a Swedish design)
NS 5000-II: 2-10-0 (former British WD engines)
NS 5500: 4-4-2T
NS 6200: 2-8-2T
NS 6300: 4-8-4T (one of the biggest European tank engines ever built)
NS 6900: 0-4-0T
NS 7000: 4-4-0T
NS 7200: 2-4-0T
NS 8100: 0-4-0T

Diesel engines, UIC classification:
NS 100: B
NS 200: B
NS 400: B
NS 450: C
NS 600: C (based on LMS design, almost equal to BR Class 11)
Vossloh G 400 B: B
NS 2000: Bo'Bo' (former USATC Whitcomb 65-DE-19A with new engines)
NS 2200: Bo'Bo'
NS 2400: Bo'Bo'
NS 2600: Co'Co'
NS 2800: Bo'Bo'
NS 2900: Bo'Bo'
NS 6400: Bo'Bo'
Mak G1206: Bo'Bo'
ACTS 6700: Bo'Bo'
NMBS HLR77: Bo'Bo'
RN232: Co'Co'
Vossloh G2000: Bo'Bo'
Class 66: Co'Co' (BR Class 66)
ACTS 5800: Co'Co' (former BR Class 58)

Electric engines, UIC classification:
NS 1000: (1A)' Bo (A1)'
NS 1100: Bo'Bo'
NS 1200: Co'Co'
NS 1300: Co'Co'
NS 1500: Co'Co' (former BR Class 77)
NS 1600/1800: B'B'
NS 1700: B'B'
NMBS HLE 25.5: Bo'Bo'
NMBS HLE 11: Bo'Bo'
Eurosprinter ES64F4: Bo'Bo' (German BR 189)
NS 1600P: I guess this will something " (1A1)' 3' " in Dutch configuration, it had only one driving axle after being rebuilt for testing in the Netherlands and it was only used for testing purposes (P stands for "Proef" which translates to "Test").
HS-1: fictional future engine.
HS-2: fictional future engine.
I suppose you are the original designer of the Dutch trainset and perhaps also the Dutch stations. I had great fun playing them in a scenario and was surprised by the huge number of vehicles to be selected, almost an overview of NS rolling material. Also the stations are familiar to me,, A walk down memory lane for some of the train-models. Thank you for your work :D !

Rudolfph
Engineer
Engineer
Posts: 3
Joined: 18 Jul 2019 19:47

Re: Dutch Trainset v2.0 being developed

Post by Rudolfph » 26 Jul 2019 19:57

Guy from Wildesford wrote:
24 Jul 2019 11:34
What kind of strikes me is the total lack of goods locomotives before 1865 (series 2900), but that might be because the 2900 were indeed the first dedicated goods locomotives in the Netherlands. At least I couldn't find anything older.

Aside from that, the set lacks 19th century passenger coaches and maybe also mail wagons so that the covered vans don't have to be able to carry mail (causes irritations when auto-refitting).
I think you're right about the NS 2900 being the first dedicated goods engines in the Netherlands. I can't find any older series. The NS 2700 (3 engines) and NS 2800 (12 engines, of which 5 made it to NS in 1921) were 0-6-0 engines as well, but built in 1871 and 1865 respectively. Even the HSM "Handel" ("Trade") and "Zeevaart" ("Sea shipping"), which were the first goods engines of the HSM company, were built only in 1871. Before that older, slower engines were used for goods trains, while newer, faster engines were used for passengers trains.

More 19th century passengers coaches would be very nice indeed. Mail coaches can be based on real mail coaches or luggage wagons.
vj.trainfun wrote:
26 Jul 2019 18:27
suppose you are the original designer of the Dutch trainset and perhaps also the Dutch stations. I had great fun playing them in a scenario and was surprised by the huge number of vehicles to be selected, almost an overview of NS rolling material. Also the stations are familiar to me,, A walk down memory lane for some of the train-models. Thank you for your work :D !
I am not the original designer of this set, nor have I ever helped or designed any other set for (Open) TTD. I don't know the designer either, I think it is user Hyronymus who designed this set. I just happen to live in the Netherlands and love trains, so I know a few things about Dutch trains.

User avatar
Hyronymus
Tycoon
Tycoon
Posts: 13190
Joined: 03 Dec 2002 10:36
Location: The Netherlands
Contact:

Re: Dutch Trainset v2.0 being developed

Post by Hyronymus » 27 Jul 2019 13:12

Transportman wrote:
17 Jul 2019 18:22
We had at some time a huge sheet with information on all the vehicles in the set and I think it included the wheel arrangements, but it got lost.
Have you checked here? It's for the old version of the Dutch trainset and has some relevance.

The oldest steam engine intended for freight trains was the HIJSM Vulcanus (axle arrangement B1), built in 1840 by Verveer (build number 2). It was followed by the HIJSM Holland (axle arrangement 1A1), built in 1856 by R. Stephenson & Co (build number 1.023). Source: De Nederlandse stoomlocomotieven. I have the book at home, shout if you want more information.

Post Reply

Return to “Graphics Development”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 6 guests