Engines - Standard Gauge
- Switching & Industrial
- Passenger & Dual Service
Engines - Narrowgauge
- 30 Inch Gauge
- Other Gauges
- House Cars
- Open Cars
- Other Freight
- Narrow Gauge
- Standard Gauge
Power: Standard Gauge Switching and Industrial
The models on this page include standard gauge industrial switchers and common carrier yard switchers. While many smaller road freight engines were downgraded to switching service, this page is for engines designed and built for switching.
All assets on this page are error-free in TS2012 and should work in TS2009 and TS2010 as well. Reskins are not only permitted, they are actually encouraged. All assets on this page are governed by this license: Feel free to reskin this and release it when and wherever you like as freeware. All I ask is that you indicate where to find the original package and also include the original readme which credits the authors who have contributed to the creation of this asset. This asset may not be used by any payware content without permission.
USRA Heavy Switcher (0-8-0)
Reskin Kit; TS09 patch
the USRA 0-6-0 design was allocated in higher quantities
while the railroads were under government control during
World War I, the 0-8-0 design ended up as the more
long-lived design. Increased train weights during the late
1910s and early 1920s rendered the 0-6-0 obsolete, making
the 0-8-0 the standard switcher for most railroads. The USRA
designed 0-8-0, having been introduced at the cusp of this
transition, was widely copied. A copy of this design,
Norfolk & Western number 244, had the distinction of
being the final reciprocating steam locomotive produced for
a Class 1 railroad in the United States.
model represents a copy built by Lima for the New York
Central in 1922.
- kuid2:96914:55479:3 (USRA Cab)
- kuid2:126323:53050:1 (DLS)
- kuid:124060:60046 (DLS)