1460 and 1502 Class DELs

The 1460 class were ordered by QR in 1964, and worked mainly around Brisbane and the South-East. They were primarily freight locomotives, and the later members of the class were fitted with dynamic brakes. The more powerful (but externally almost identical) 1502 Class were used on suburban passenger trains, as well as freight services alongside the 1460s.

Model Features

  • five different locomotive models and liveries, representing every locomotive from DEL 1460 to 1530.
  • scripted running numbers, cabin crew, marker lights, brake fans, windscreen wipers, air hoses and multiple working gear.
  • custom engine sounds (thanks to Wulf_9 from the Trainz forums!)
  • functional custom cab interiors which allow long-hood-first running (see shell cabs).

SX Cars

Introduced in 1961, these Budd-designed stainless steel cars were intended to be the first EMUs on Brisbane's suburban network. However, the electrification plans fell through, and the SX sets remained locomotive-hauled for their entire working life, eventually being supplanted by the 1979 Walkers EMUs. The last scheduled suburban service using SX cars ran in 1999.

Model Features

  • SX and SXV cars in original livery.
  • scripted working couplings, air hoses, marker lights and gangways.
  • animated doors and visible passengers.

All models come in both standard gauge and 3'6" versions - the 3'6" versions are denoted with a special icon in surveyor.

These models are for TRS2004 and TRS2006 only.

These models were previously payware, but I am now releasing them free for everyone to use.
If you enjoy using the many models I have made for Trainz over the years, please consider donating a few dollars.
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