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EMD GP5, GP7 and GP9

Great Northern

This pack offers you scratch-built models of EMD GP5, GP7 and GP9 locomotives in Great Northern configurations and liveries. The models in this add-on aim to represent the complete freight and passenger roster of GN's GP5, GP7 and GP9 locomotives, but some detail variations on the prototype engines were left out or simplified.

The following locomotives are included in this add-on:

This locomotive was built from parts of my earlier SD7 model and has essentially the same functionality: basic cab controls and TS12 effects, but there aren't any advanced scripting features like for instance a start-up sequence. The models feature custom couplers, dynamic numbers (real roster numbers), light effects and window rain effects, animated wipers, and cab controls.

The animated roof fans were modeled by Dan Vystrcil of Virtual Rail Creations and are used with permission. To see more of the fantastic VRC models, please stop by at their website: http://vrailcreations.net/

The engine comes ready to run with its physics and simulation parameters based on the default F7, so it will perform similar to it (albeit a bit more powerful, the GP9 being a bit more powerful than the F7). Sounds are also aliased to the default F7. Please note that due to these aliased components, you must own the US Loco & Assets Pack: http://store.steampowered.com/app/208306/, which most users will already have. See below for more details.


Please click here to download the EMD GP5/7/9 Great Northern Pack.
RWP Package, requires US Loco and Assets Pack.

UPDATE: This add-on now also includes the passenger GP7 and GP9 in all three liveries. Please simply redownload and reinstall the file from the link above if you have downloaded the engines before November 20, 2019.
Click here to download a Braking Physics Update. Install this if you downloaded the locomotives before December 12, 2019 and find the brakes not responsive enough.

Please click here for the Readme PDF document.

© by Michael Stephan