Rolling Stock Downloads

Rolling stock from (mostly) the latter part of the 19th century.  Click on the screenshot to download from the Auran DLS.
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Virginia and Truckee rolling stock now has its own page.

Atlanta, Birmingham, & Atlantic
Central Pacific
Portland and Western / Willamette and Pacific
St. Paul & Pacific
Union Pacific
Western & Atlantic Rail Road
Yosemite Valley Railroad
Miscellaneous

Atlanta, Birmingham, & Atlantic

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

AB&C 4-6-0 #104

Built by Baldwin in 1906, #27936, as 1604. It was renumbered 69 and again renumbered 104. It later was sold to the Columbus & Greenville as 404. In 1926, the Atlanta, Birmingham, & Coast replaced the AB&A.  This model is from that time.

Created by Ben Neal (bdaneal); links take you to his site, Subpar Productions.  Also requires his common files and shortline cab.

Version: TRS 2004 - TC2

 

AB&C 2-8-2 #204

Another Baldwin that served on the AB&C, these two are the closest I've found to any AB&A locomotives.

Created by Ben Neal (bdaneal); links take you to his site, Subpar Productions.  Also requires his common files and shortline cab.

Version: TRS 2004 - TC2

 

36' boxcar - circa 1908

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated Nov 2009 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later
GMAX and .PSD texture file

GMAX and .psd texture file for the steel archbar trucks

36' wood-framed flat car - circa 1908

Version: TS 2009 and later

Updated Oct 2014 - Converted to Blender; fixed some minor errors; improved / optimized the model and textures; added a normal map; and improved the shadow.

Blender and .psd files

36' ventilated boxcar - circa 1908

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated Nov 2009 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

GMAX and .PSD texture file

1908 AB&A Caboose

Air brakes and knuckle couplers
Three levels of detail; 4677 / 2638 / 338 polygons

Version: TS 12 SP1 and later

Updated Oct 2014: Converted to Blender; added normal maps; fixed minor errors; improved textures and shadow; improved marker light script.

Blender and .PSD texture file
   
 

Central Pacific

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

Central Pacific #60 (Jupiter), ca 1869

Built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in New York in 1868, Jupiter (and her 3 sister locomotives Storm, Whirlwind, and Leviathan) was taken around Cape Horn by ship to California, where she was reassembled and put to work constructing the Central Pacific Railroad.  Just two short months later, Jupiter was the CP's representative at the golden spike ceremony at Promontory Summit.

Created by Ben Neal (bdaneal); links take you to his site, Subpar Productions.

Version: TRS 2004 - TC2

 

Central Pacific combination boxcar

Carries old west general goods, hay, oranges, and cattle. 3 levels of LoD; ARN, and random texture switching to add variety to a string of cars.

Thanks to Wulf and Andi for help with the scripting!

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

GMAX and paint shop pro texture file 4MB

Central Pacific 24' flat car; red

Same weight capacity and loads as the larger 30' versions; although only 3 general goods fit because of the size.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific 24' flat car; yellow

Some cars had trucks the same color as the car body; others used contrasting or black for the trucks. This car is modeled with black, instead of the body color on the 30' flat cars.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific 34' wood framed box car

12 ton load capacity; carries old west general goods. Interactive load support with interior; doors open to load and unload product. Also includes ARN support for random road numbers.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific 28' wood framed box car

10 tons unloaded; 20 ton capacity. Two levels of detail; 2468 / 114 polygons. Uses the ARN Sysytem for unique running numbers.

Created by Meridious; hosted by Trainz Pro Routes

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Central Pacific 30' flat, yellow

Carries general goods, 16' logs and lumber, both MLOG and Auran. Can also carry cordwood for the fuel shed (shown). The side stakes change depending on the load. Prototypical for cars built around 1870; has about a 12 ton load limit.
Includes ARN scripts for random car numbering.
Thanks to Slugsmasher for the use of the deck texture on all these cars!

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific 30' flat, red

Same as above, but red. From what I can tell, the yellow was the earlier paint scheme, and the red was later. Shown with MLOG logs.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

Flatcar source files (9.6MB)

GMAX and psd files for flatcar, cordwood load, and bogies.

Central Pacific gondola

Basically some planks attached to a flat car. Set up for bulk loads and texture replacement; the default load is coal.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific tall gondola

Set up for bulk loads and texture replacement like the car above. This car has more volume capacity, but as the maximum load has not increased, it is better suited for light loads such as wood chips (which just happens to be the default load.)

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Central Pacific 34' coach

Passenger interactive; carries Western Passengers (36 max). Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night.

Three levels of detail; 4227 / 2860 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Central Pacific 47' coach

Passenger interactive; carries Western Passengers (44 max). Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night

Three levels of detail; 4232 / 3012 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Central Pacific 34' mail and baggage car

Industry interactive; carries baggage and mail products; with operating doors. Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers.

Three levels of detail; 2946 / 2213 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Central Pacific Express Car

Industry interactive and LARS compatible; carries Express product. Animated doors during loading and unloading.

Three levels of detail; 2771 / 2119 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Central Pacific caboose

Pre-cupola era. Carries 15 Western Passengers, as was the norm at that time. Features animated doors and a lit interior after dark.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 
   

Portland and Western / Willamette and Pacific

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

Portland and Western SD9 No. 1851

Based on Ben Neal's undecorated SD9 model; available from Subpar Productions.

Updated April 2015 to fix lights and add minor optimizations / corrections.

 

Version: TS 2009 and later

layered .psd file for reskins (20MB)

Blender file(720KB)

Portland and Western SD9 No. 1853

Based on Ben Neal's undecorated SD9 model; available from Subpar Productions.

 

Version: TS 2009 and later

layered .psd file for reskins (19MB)

Blender file(680KB)

Portland and Western SD9 No. 1854 (1st)

Based on Ben Neal's undecorated SD9 model; available from Subpar Productions.

 

Version: TS 2009 and later

layered .psd file for reskins (20MB)

Portland and Western SD9 No. 1854 (2nd)

Based on Ben Neal's undecorated SD9 model; available from Subpar Productions.

Updated April 2015 to fix lights and add minor optimizations / corrections.

 

Version: TS 2009 and later

layered .psd file for reskins (39MB)

Blender file(680KB)

Portland and Western SD9 No. 1855

Based on Ben Neal's undecorated SD9 model; available from Subpar Productions.

 

Version: TS 2009 and later

layered .psd file for reskins (21MB)

Blender file(750KB)

St. Paul & Pacific

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

St. Paul & Pacific Coach #3 (ca 1860's)

Car accepts Western Passengers (44 max). Hand brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night. Prototype is on display at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum (http://www.lsrm.org/Home/Home.asp)

Three levels of detail; 2809 / 1845 / 28 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Gmax and .psd source files (8.5 MB)

St. Paul & Pacific Combine #1 (ca 1860's)

Passenger compartment accepts Western Passengers (12 max), and baggage compartment accepts baggage product. Hand brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; dimly lit interior at night. Prototype is on display at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum (http://www.lsrm.org/Home/Home.asp)

Three levels of detail; 2809 / 1845 / 28 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Gmax and .psd source files (3MB)

Union Pacific

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

Union Pacific #119; ca 1869

Built in 1868 by Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works in Patterson, NJ.

Created by Ben Neal (bdaneal); links take you to his site, Subpar Productions.

Version: TRS 2004 - TC2

 

Union Pacific combination boxcar

Carries old west general goods, hay, oranges, and cattle. 3 levels of LoD; ARN, and random texture switching to add variety to a string of cars. Thanks to Wulf and Andi for help with the scripting!

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Union Pacific 24' flat car; slate

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Union Pacific 34' wood framed box car

12 ton load capacity; carries old west general goods. Interactive load support with interior; doors open to load and unload product. Also includes ARN support for random road numbers.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

Box car source files (2.3MB)

Includes gmax and .psd files

Union Pacific 30' flat

Carries general goods, 16' logs and lumber, both MLOG and Auran. Can also carry cordwood for the fuel shed. The side stakes change depending on the load. Prototypical for cars built around 1870; has about a 12 ton load limit. Includes ARN scripts for random car numbering.

Thanks to Slugsmasher for the use of the deck texture on all these cars.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Union Pacific gondola

Basically some planks attached to a flat car. Set up for bulk loads and texture replacement; the default load is coal.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Union Pacific tall gondola

Set up for bulk loads and texture replacement like the car above. This car has more volume capacity, but as the maximum load has not increased, it is better suited for light loads such as wood chips (which just happens to be the default load.)

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated June 2010 to fix ARN numbering errors in TC3 and later

 

Union Pacific 34' coach

Passenger interactive; carries Western Passengers (36 max). Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night.

Three levels of detail; 4227 / 2860 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

GMAX and PSP source files (10MB)

Union Pacific 47' coach

Passenger interactive; carries Western Passengers (44 max). Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night

Three levels of detail; 4232 / 3012 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Union Pacific 34' mail and baggage car

Industry interactive; carries baggage and mail products; with operating doors. Rudimentary air brakes; hook and link couplers.

Three levels of detail; 2946 / 2213 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Union Pacific Express Car

Industry interactive and LARS compatible; carries Express product. Animated doors during loading and unloading.

Three levels of detail; 2771 / 2119 / 44 polygons

Version: TRS 2004 and later

GMAX and paintshop pro source files (11MB)

Union Pacific caboose

Pre-cupola era. Carries 20 Western Passengers, as was the norm at that time. Features animated doors and a lit interior after dark.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Caboose gmax and psd files (2.6MB)
Passenger bogey gmax and psd files (3.5MB)
   

Western & Atlantic Rail Road

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

The General

The General is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was made famous in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865. This model is a recreation of the Civil War -era engine and tender, from 1855 to 1864.

A matching tender is also available.

Created by Terry Bryson (tbryson2).

Version: TRS2004 - TC2 (animated bell only functions in TS2006 and later)

 

The Texas

The Texas is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was made famous in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865. This model is a recreation of the Civil War -era engine and tender, from 1855 to 1864.

A matching tender is also available.

Created by Terry Bryson (tbryson2).

Version: TRS2004 - TC2 (animated bell only functions in TS2006 and later)

 

The Yonah

The Yonah is an American 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive that was involved in a daring raid from the North during the American Civil war of 1861-1865. This model is a recreation of the Civil War -era engine and tender, from 1855 to 1864.

A matching tender is also available.

Created by Terry Bryson (tbryson2).

Version: TRS2004 - TC2 (animated bell only functions in TS2006 and later)

 

Western and Atlantic Rail Road coach

Passenger interactive; carries Western Passengers (44 max). Hand brakes only; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Updated July 13th 2009 to fix an issue with the nightmode.

GMAX and Paintshop Pro source files (10MB)

Western & Atlantic Rail Road combine

Passenger compartment accepts Western Passengers (12 max) and baggage compartment accepts baggage product. Hand brakes; hook and link couplers. Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; dimly lit interior at night.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

Paintshop Pro source file (3.8MB)
GMAX is the same as the St. Paul & Pacific combine above.

Yosemite Valley Railroad

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

YVRR Locomotive 21

1902 Frisco-built American Standard. #21 was delivered by her Frisco engineer, C. H. Grant, to the Yosemite Valley when they bought her secondhand, and was told to take her up the valley on her first train as she'd not yet been assigned a crew. C. H. Grant loved his engine and its new home so much, he decided to stay, and crewed the #21 until his retirement in 1926. #21 never happily found another engineer, and in 1928, the year of Grant's death, she was put in a siding at El Portal, never to move under her own steam again. In 1946 she was dragged down to Merced and scrapped.

Created by Trainboi1 and hosted by Trainz-Forge.

Version: TS2009 and later

 

YVRR Locomotive 23

1907 ALCo. American Standard type. Was given front-mounted air compressors and unique spark arrestor by the YVRR, and pulled the line's passenger service almost exclusively in the later years. She also pulled the last train of lead into Merced.

Created by Trainboi1 and hosted by Trainz-Forge.

Version: TS 2010 SP4 and later

 

Miscellaneous

Screenshot Description Source file(s)

Washoe Valley Pleistocene class locomotives 15-22

The Pleistocene class of locomotives are a series of 2-8-2's built in 1922 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. The Pleistocene class was a standard class of mixed-traffic locomotive, capable of hauling loads across desert Nevada at speeds up to 50mph. As a result, the class proved highly popular. Each is named after some pertinent Pleistocene landform or fauna that roamed the wilds of Nevada in the last ice age.

Built by Trainboi1 and hosted by Trainz-Forge.

Version: TS 12 and later

 

R. MacRoberts Haggis 40 ft Reefer

A fictional reefer done in memory of rec.models.railroad; see this link for more information. Reskin of one of Fitz505's refers with artwork by Fritz (see above link)

Version: TS 2009 and later

 

R. MacRoberts Haggis 34 ft Reefer

Another reskin of one of Fitz505's refers with artwork by Fritz (see above)

Updated Dec 7, 2012 to fix a minor config error.

Version: TS 2009 and later

 

Minnesota & Western 34 foot coach

This represents an older (1870's) coach, upgraded with knuckle couplers and air brakes to serve into the 20th century. Fictional roadname; by request. Passenger interactive; suports Western Passengers (34 max). Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night. Three levels of detail; 4357 / 2808 / 44 polygons.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Minnesota & Western 47 foot coach

This represents another older (1870's) coach, upgraded with knuckle couplers and air brakes to serve into the 20th century.
Fictional roadname; by request.
Passenger interactive; suports Western Passengers (34 max). Animated doors during passenger loading / unloading; lighted interior at night.
Three levels of detail; 5572 / 3016 / 50 polygons.

Version: TC 1&2 and later




GMAX and PSP source files (13MB)

Generic 24' flat car (red)

A simple wood undecorated flatcar perfect for small standard-gauge logging railroads. Find several standard-gauge logging locomotives at Sir Gibby's site; here.

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

Wooden flat car, 1900+

This model represents an old wooden flat car, upgraded with 'modern' safety equipment.

Updated Dec 2014 - added detail, better textures, normal maps, and fixed a minor config error.

Version: TS 2009 SP1 and later

Blender model and .psd texture files for the flat and both gondolas below (280MB)

Wooden gondola (tall), 1900+

This model represents an old wooden gondola, upgraded with 'modern' safety equipment.

Updated Dec 2014 - added detail, better textures, normal maps, and fixed a minor config error.

Version: TS 2009 SP1 and later

 

Wooden gondola (short), 1900+

This model represents an old wooden gondola, upgraded with 'modern' safety equipment.

Updated Dec 2014 - added detail, better textures, normal maps, and fixed a minor config error.

Version: TS 2009 SP1 and later

 

28' Pensylvania RR boxcar

10 tons unloaded; 20 ton capacity. Uses the ARN Sysytem for unique running numbers.

Two levels of detail; 2468 / 114 polygons.

Created by Meridious and hosted by Trainz Pro Routes

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

28' Illinois Central RR boxcar

10 tons unloaded; 20 ton capacity. Uses the ARN Sysytem for unique running numbers.

Two levels of detail; 2468 / 114 polygons.

Created by Meridious and hosted by Trainz Pro Routes

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

28' Georgia RR boxcar

10 tons unloaded; 20 ton capacity. Uses the ARN Sysytem for unique running numbers.

Two levels of detail; 2468 / 114 polygons.

Created by Meridious and hosted by Trainz Pro Routes

Version: TRS 2004 and later

 

28' MK & T RR boxcar

10 tons unloaded; 20 ton capacity. Uses the ARN Sysytem for unique running numbers.

Two levels of detail; 2468 / 114 polygons.

Created by Meridious and hosted by Trainz Pro Routes

Version: TRS 2004 and later