30" Narrow Gauge Downloads

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A quantity of 30" narrow gauge equipment, born out of the start of the construction of the Eureka Mill Railroad.
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Locomotives and Rolling Stock
Track, Bridges, and Turntables
Other Miscellaneous Items

Locomotives and Rolling Stock

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

0-4-0 tank locomotive

Based on Eureka Mill Railroad Engine No. 1. It was built in 1887, and weighed 6 tons.

Three levels of detail; 8222 / 3680 / 399 polygons.

This model is based on Narrowgauge's original Merced Porter model, and incorporates detail parts by Bdaneal and Slugsmasher.

Updated September 1 2014 for compatibility with TS 2009 and later

Version: TS 2009 and later

GMAX files available from Narrowgauge

Texture source (13MB)

Christmas Porter

Fictional 30 inch gauge 0-4-0 tank locomotive; decorated for some Christmas cheer.

Three levels of detail; 8794 / 4190 / 401 polygons.

This model is based on Narrowgauge's original Merced Porter model, and incorporates detail parts by Bdaneal and Slugsmasher.

Version: TS 2009 and later

Updated September 1 2014 for compatibility with TS 2009 and later

 

4-ton boxcar, peaked roof

Freelanced boxcar, done in the style of the 4-wheel flat cars on this page. Link and pin couplers; hand brakes only. Supports ProtoLARS and has 5 random textures. Initially set up for old west general goods or MLOG camp goods, but should fit just about any similarly sized product.

The body has three levels of detail; 1886 / 1144 / 343 polygons.

Updated July 13 2015: model and texture updates and optimizations.

Version: TS 12 and later

Source files - including GMAX and texture files for both the body and the trucks (19MB)

4-ton boxcar, round roof

Freelanced boxcar, done in the style of the 4-wheel flat cars on this page. Link and pin couplers; hand brakes only. Supports ProtoLARS and has 5 random textures. Initially set up for old west general goods or MLOG camp goods, but should fit just about any similarly sized product.

The body has three levels of detail; 1938 / 1172 / 352 polygons

Updated July 13 2015: Added normal maps; texture improvements; minor optimizations.

Version: TS 12 and later

 

4-ton flat car

Used by the Eureka Mill railroad. Link and pin couplers; hand brakes only. Supports ProtoLARS. Initially set up for old west general goods or MLOG camp goods.

The body has three levels of detail; 1504 / 856 / 284 polygons

Updated July 13 2015: Added normal map; more details, improved texture, and some minor optimizations.

Version: TS 12 and later

GMAX source files (including trucks): 1MB

4-ton ore car

Used by the Eureka Mill railroad. Link and pin couplers; hand brakes only. Supports bulk products and ProtoLARS. Uses ARN automatic car numbering script to randomly number the cars between 1 and 99. Although the EMRR only had 10 of these cars, I set the numbering higher so they might be of more use on other people's routes. Includes 5 different textures, randomly selected.

The body has four levels of detail; 1892 / 1224 / 378 / 152 polygons

Updated July 13, 2015: Fixed TANE error; improved shadows, minor optimizations

Version:  TS 12 and later.

GMAX source files (including trucks): 1MB

 

   

Track, Bridges, and Turntables

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

30 inch narrow gauge track (brown)

20 lb rail.
 

30 inch narrow gauge track (tan)

20 lb rail.
 

30 inch narrow gauge track (yellow)

20 lb rail.
 

30 inch narrow gauge fill track

4 meters long. 20 lb rail. Includes attached fill. 36 polygons, no transparency.

Also comes in tan and yellow versions.

 

30 inch narrow gauge retaining wall track

4 meters long. 20 lb rail. Includes attached retaining wall on one side. 42 polygons, no transparency.

Also comes in brown and yellow versions.

 

30 inch narrow gauge rails only track

2 meters long. 20 lb rail; Standard Gauge. Looks better on curves than 4m version, but at a higher overall polygon cost. 12 polies, no transparency; should be good for framerates

 

NG30 trestle, with side rails

Two story version on the left, this is also available in a three story version All the trestles on this page will connect to each other, for maximum flexibility.

 

NG30 trestle, without side rails

Two story version on the left, this is also available in a one story and a three story version

 

NG30 trestle, solid deck

Single story trestle with a solid deck

 

30 inch narrow gauge trestle, with rails

Spline; 32 foot section. Two stories tall. For use crossing roads, small streams, etc.

Also available in a three story version.

 

30 inch narrow gauge trestle, without rails.

Spline; 32 foot section. Three stories tall. For use crossing roads, small streams, etc.

Also available in a two-story version.

 

65' Iron turntable; 1 track

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

65' Iron turntable; 8 tracks

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 
   

Other Miscellaneous Items

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

30 inch gauge small engine shed.

Suitable for very small narrow-gauge locomotives. Doors automatically open and close. Based on the EMRR engine house just west of the mill.

This building has 3 levels of detail (756 / 304 / 14 polygons).

GMAX and PSD source files (4.75MB)

Stone footing

For use on a hill under NG30 trestle bents. 10 feet wide; 18 polygons

Also comes in 15' brown, 20' brown, 10' yellow, 15' yellow, 20' yellow, 10' tan, 15' tan, and 20' tan versions.

 

Stone footing

For use under NG30 trestle bents on relatively flat surfaces. 26 polygons

Also comes in yellow.