Miscellaneous Downloads

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Content that doesn't fit anywhere else

Screenshot Description Source file(s)
An old store; modeled after the second store owned by Abraham Lincoln and William Berry in New Salem, IL.
Original model by reidh (blendswap).
Version: TS 2009 SP1 and later.
 
Same as above, but green.
Version: TS 2009 SP1 and later.
 
A small 7 x 8 2/3 foot shack  
A 14 x 10 foot shack with fireplace and shiplap siding.

Revised Feb 2015 to add smoke and fix the fireplace texture.

Version: TRS 2009 and later.
Image (Paint Shop Pro) and Blender model files (~21MB)
A 14 x 10 foot shack with fireplace and shiplap siding.

Revised Feb 2015 to add smoke and fix the fireplace texture.

Version: TRS 2009 and later.
 
A 14 x 10 foot shack with fireplace and shiplap siding.

Revised Feb 2015 to add smoke and fix the fireplace texture.

Version: TRS 2009 and later.
 
A 14 x 10 foot shack with stove and shiplap siding.  
A 14 x 10 foot shack with stove and shiplap siding. Image (Paint Shop Pro) and Blender model files (~11MB)
A 14 x 10 foot shack with stove and shiplap siding.  

Trackside ruler - Imperial

A ruler that snaps to track and has 1 and 10 foot markings from track center for help in placing trackside items such as fences, sidings, telegraph lines, etc.

Version: TRS 2009 and later

 

Trackside ruler - Metric

A ruler that snaps to track and has 1 meter and 20cm markings from track center for help in placing trackside items such as fences, sidings, telegraph lines, etc.

Version: TRS 2009 and later

 

US Flag - 48 stars

48-star US flag. In use from 1912 to 1959.

Reskin of Alberte Zato's US flag mesh, used with permission.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Nevada flag 1915-1929

Nevada State flag; in use from 1915 to 1929. I'm not sure why I did this, as further research indicates there were only 3 of these flags in existance. Two were in the govener's office, and the 3rd was flown on the battleship 'USS Nevada' until 1934. But, here it is anyway...

Reskin of Alberte Zato's Nevada flag mesh, used with permission.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

16' V-flume spline

Used in the late 19th century to send lumber and cordwood down the mountains cheaply and quickly. Invented by Jim Haines in 1867. Created as type 'track' so you can run log boats down it. Built to the same level as ssjung's flume splines, so you can mix and match parts.

Updated Feb 2015 to improve texture; add normal maps, and update to current spline format.

4 levels of detail; 453/334 / 182 / 118 polygons

Version: TS 12 and later

 

Log boat

Boat made from a log, for 'inspecting' flumes. Unpowered - requires gravity assist. Place it at the top of a hill in a flume, then in driver, release the brakes by moving the throttle. It will then coast down the flume, giving a nice ride.

Updated Feb 2015 to improve the model and texture; add normal maps, and fix a minor error.

Version: TS 2009 and later

 

Lantern 1

13-inch hurricane lantern

4 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Lantern 2

13-inch anchor lantern

4 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

White wood fence

6' tall tight wooden fence spline. 8 feet per section

Version: TRS 2004 and later

GMAX and .psd files (1.7 MB)

Unpainted wood fence

6' tall tight wooden fence spline. 8 feet per section

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Included in white fence, above

Red wood fence

6' tall tight wooden fence spline. 8 feet per section

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Included in white fence, above

Steam Schooner (drivable)

A driveable steam schooner; common from around 1880 to the mid 1900's or so. The ship floats on invisible track set 3 metres above water level, usually at ground level. Carries up to 27 western passengers and either: 20x 16' stacks of lumber (either MLOG or Auran), 60x Auran General Goods, 150x Old West General Goods, or 36000 Coal

Designed to run on track 3m above the surface of the water; using the same standards as Vulcan's ships.

Updated May 2015 to add normal maps; more detail, and texture optimizations.

Version: TS 12 and later

 

Steam Schooner 2 (drivable)

Same as above, but slightly different configuration and coloring

Version: TS 12 and later

 

Steam Schooner (static)

Static model of a steam-powered schooner; common from around 1880 to 1930 or so. Based off plans in the July/August 2004 Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette

Updated May 2015 to add normal maps; more detail, and texture optimizations.

Version: TS 12 and later

Steam Schooner source (8 MB)
Includes Blender source file and textures

Steam Schooner 2 (static)

A slight variant of the model above, for more diversity

Version: TS 12 and later