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This is a repaint of the default GM EMD GP-38 locomotive. I wanted a Santa Fe GP-38. When I was a youth these trains use to run behind my school. Hoover Middle School in Merced California. All ways carrying all kinds of cargo through the Central Valley of California. Sometimes large military parts for Castle A.F.B.
Santa Fe loco on track
I plan on doing a few more paint schemes, along with possibly building a few models.
The housing on the left side of the train is dark blue, instead of gold. This is because of the mapping coordinates are taken from a weird spot. If I were modeling and texturing this model from scratch, I certainly would not of picked that spot for the coordinates.
HOW TO USE THIS LOCOMOTIVE
This new locomotive is ready to use. To install it do the following:
That's it! You can now add this new locomotive to your own consists, using the consist editor portion of the activity editor.
The archive gp38sfbg.zip has 11 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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