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Romantic Railroads shows the German Railways DRG Class BR03 Express Steam locomotive as it was in service in Germany during 1920-1945 and the Polish version when used from the late 1950s to 1968. Romantic Railroads includes different steam locomotives and tender variants, along with several passenger coaches of the Deutsche Reichsbahn and the PKP Railways in Poland.
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If there is one thing about German engineering that has always particularly stood out, it is the quality, consistency and overall style of their railroads and their locomotion. In this package, part of the Romantic Railroads series, you can get to fully appreciate and understand the immense beauty of the old German BR03 Class Locomotive.
This deeply popular model was always a large part of German railroad management and served for over 20 years, from 1920-1945.
During that era, the BR03 was one of the most popular locomotive engines on the rails and eventually was so well-loved that it became a critical part of Polish locomotion. Indeed, they served with superb distinction in Poland from 1950-1968, and was one of the most popular forms of transport for passengers and goods in the era.
This package gives you a truly authentic take on the old model, making sure you are left with a train that has all of the right textures, markings and fittings as well as the correct level and style of performance. If like many train simulation fans you enjoy using the different forms of coach, be it passenger or cargo, then you will absolutely love this mod for its deep variety.
From the Deutsche Reichsbahn to the old PKP Railways of the Polish, you will absolutely love the control that this mod provides you with. For the different formats of steam locomotive of the time, this was one of the elite vehicles on the road – now, you can see for yourself why that was!