I see. I thought the wireless streetcar tracks were merely a graphics change, that one could, technically, run anything over them.supermop wrote:As far as I know, Zephyris has not been active since Roadtypes have been developed, so eGRVTS does not actually 'support' NRT. All of the trams in that set, whether steam or horse-drawn, would be functionally identical to the electric trams included, so there would be no differentiation in power supply by streetcar rail type. I considered forking eGRVTS myself to make a NRT version, but it is cc-by, not GPL, so I was wary of how the license would work. Furthermore, the set is quite complex for me to get my head around, so I figured best to wait until Zeph next has some free time. When I am able, I'd like to instead add some NRT specific vehicles to an OGFX+ RV fork or add-on.Railwaymodeler wrote:I downloaded unspooled and that works for me. Running unspooled along Docklands gives me exactly what I want.
I am using eGRVS which has horsecars and steam streetcars. I think it is a British set that has steam trams, but I am unsure of the name offhand. It has a few steam dummys that pull either one or two double deck cars, a few light industrial diesels, such as a Rapier loco, and a Hunslet Wagonmaster, as well as a loco that looks like a WWI trench locomotive. Plus a vertical boiler loco.
NRT is still pretty new to me, though I have made very good use out of Docklands. I have noticed any road vehicle can be bought from a Docklands depot, so I assumed it worked the same with streetcars.