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
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
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(Unbranded - final years with NJ Transit)