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Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 30 Oct 2018 14:36
by Tony Pixel
Omg, UPDATE!
Added:
+I don't remember what I added since the last update 3-4 years months ago :shock: .
Changed:
+Some code fixes, Budd Lightweight is now in one traincar with livery refits.
+ID for each type of stock, so no more problems with trains. (NOT COMPATIBLE WITH OLD SAVES)
Work is going, good luck! :)

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 28 Mar 2019 09:36
by Tony Pixel
I'm reworking several railcars, so here's the question: will the liveries (especially Amfleet) change with the time, or should it be controlled by refit?

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 28 Mar 2019 12:04
by arikover
Why not both?
The refit menu would look like this:
  • Livery 1
  • Livery 2
  • Livery 3
  • Time dependant
You could then set the Time dependant livery to be the default one, for example.
This should be possible, right?

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 28 Mar 2019 15:37
by Tony Pixel
arikover wrote:Why not both?
The refit menu would look like this:
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This should be possible, right?
Yep, that's possible, I thought about it, but did not attach any importance to it.

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 07 Apr 2019 17:54
by Tony Pixel
Update! Next will be soon (some bugs being fixed now), so in 0.9.2 we have no more "Push-pull" refits - they're automatically set up! Also added several traincars, you'll finde them all. In next version there will be poll result made and push-pull service automated for ALP-46, some late F- and E-uits added, also some new canadian stuff will be added. I didn't forget about You, enjoy the game and wait for updates :D .

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 14 Apr 2019 08:27
by Tony Pixel
Ok, I decided to make both livery definitions by refit, so you can choose certain livery for your coach or take a last refit option, "Change with time", and selection wil be automated. Now I'm drawing some new liveries for EMD E- and F-units, so check for update soon!

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 05 May 2019 17:56
by Tony Pixel
Hi. i'm not dead, just a bit sick and it's hard to work at the end of styding year, but I'm trying :). The update will be released on this (next) week, and I will then systemize the updates, so You will know, when was that or another engine or feathure added. And now I'm repainting some old railcars and finalize new push-pull system working without a thousands of refits. Yeah, now You must only couple one of cab cars to end of train, which is compatible with the engine, and train will not turn at trackends! Here's the thing \|/ I'm working on right now, so wait for updates 8) .

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 05 May 2019 19:27
by andythenorth
GG1 :D

That's a hard shape to draw, nice one.

If you dig around Wikipedia, there are lots of weird Pennsy and NYC electrics from 1900-1930 or so :)

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 05 May 2019 19:52
by Tony Pixel
Yes, when I looked for steamers, there was nice and weirdy electic ones, I'm planning to add as many engines as it will be useful ingame :D

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 05 May 2019 23:34
by acs121
The PRR had the BB1 and the P5a that did have a weird look. But their shape is a bit too easy to draw :lol:

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 08 May 2019 17:26
by Lex-Pelham
Tony Pixel wrote:Hi. i'm not dead, just a bit sick and it's hard to work at the end of styding year, but I'm trying :). The update will be released on this (next) week, and I will then systemize the updates, so You will know, when was that or another engine or feathure added. And now I'm repainting some old railcars and finalize new push-pull system working without a thousands of refits. Yeah, now You must only couple one of cab cars to end of train, which is compatible with the engine, and train will not turn at trackends! Here's the thing \|/ I'm working on right now, so wait for updates 8) .
The Pennsylvania Railroad GG 1, the workhorse of the railway industry in the Northeastern United States for 48 years. These locomotives, totaling 139 in all, did everything from pulling fast express trains to freight.

I just have one question.

Is the locomotive going to change color over time? The reason I asked is because the real GG 1 was not only operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad, but the Penn Central, Amtrak, Conrail and finally New Jersey Transit. So, each of the aforementioned railways, except New Jersey Transit, applied their own color scheme on the locomotive.

Conrail, which was an interstate freight operator from 1976 until 1999 (operated commuter rail service from 1976 until 1983), also applied a special paint scheme to the locomotive in 1976 to commemorate the country's bicentennial. Check out the photo at the link below.

Thank you for including one of America's most famous electric locomotives to your GRF and keep up the good work :bow: .

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4573/264 ... ac5d_b.jpg (Conrail Black)

http://s3.amazonaws.com/rrpa_photos/65937/cr4873-1.jpg (Unbranded - final years with NJ Transit)

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 08 May 2019 18:16
by Tony Pixel
Lex-Pelham wrote:
Tony Pixel wrote:Hi. i'm not dead, just a bit sick and it's hard to work at the end of styding year, but I'm trying :). The update will be released on this (next) week, and I will then systemize the updates, so You will know, when was that or another engine or feathure added. And now I'm repainting some old railcars and finalize new push-pull system working without a thousands of refits. Yeah, now You must only couple one of cab cars to end of train, which is compatible with the engine, and train will not turn at trackends! Here's the thing \|/ I'm working on right now, so wait for updates 8) .
The Pennsylvania Railroad GG 1, the workhorse of the railway industry in the Northeastern United States for 48 years. These locomotives, totaling 139 in all, did everything from pulling fast express trains to freight.

I just have one question.

Is the locomotive going to change color over time? The reason I asked is because the real GG 1 was not only operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad, but the Penn Central, Amtrak, Conrail and finally New Jersey Transit. So, each of the aforementioned railways, except New Jersey Transit, applied their own color scheme on the locomotive.
There are about 10-12 liveries are planned to included, and I'm working to add WHOLE stock of liveries (exept some mostly identical variants) :D

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 17 May 2019 15:08
by Tony Pixel
Last trainset I will do before publishing the update is Acela Express. Should it be united in one train, or user can construct it themself? What are You thinking about it? Now it's planned like indestructible trainset.

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 17 May 2019 15:53
by trainman1432
Fixed length, you can draw the cars more specifically

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 19 May 2019 16:41
by Tony Pixel
Update to 0.10!
Changelog:
+Added Metra Highliner I
+Added MN M7
+Added MN M8
+Added Bombardier-Alstom HHP-8
-Redrawed E7 livery and repainted some of other
+MANY graphic improvements and redo-s
Have fun!
See in next update: ALCO FA, EMD F7, Canadian National EMU, EMD AEM-7, GE Genesis P42DC, NYC S-Motor, PRR GG1, Comet I Cab and Car, NYC Heavyweight Coach and Mail carriages and (maybe) some other stuff.

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 19 May 2019 17:53
by Tony Pixel
Oh god, I forgot: Acela Express train is now available too!

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 21 May 2019 18:50
by Tony Pixel
CN Electic MU is already coded and tested!

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 24 May 2019 11:54
by Tony Pixel
Since the poll ended and both sides are equal, I decided to make both variants together, so Acela Express is (will be from next update) for now available as single train or as power car double, bar car and business car, You can change it by the GRF parameter at start of new game. Also, the vehicle list at front page is updated to current one.
At this moment I'm working on PRR GG1 loco and PRR-themed Budd lightweight carriages (3 liveries!), If You have any suggestions for other railroads' lightweight passenger cars, post it here.

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 31 May 2019 21:34
by openttdfan2020
Nice Newgrf! wow! can you add this train in this newgrf? :) Image
Start: 1976
End: 1998

Re: North American Passenger Railroads Set dev. thread

Posted: 31 May 2019 21:47
by acs121
If you wanted to have a chance to have this train in the set, "this train" should at least have a name. IIRC it's an F40.