Kriger Class 750 4-6-2 Steam Electric Locomotive for Stormworks: Build and Rescue
Here you can download Kriger Class 750 4-6-2 Steam Electric Locomotive mod for Stormworks: Build and Rescue. Its full description is below. Visit our blog to find out how to install the mod.
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Size (unpacked): 0.611 MB
Updated: 23 Oct @ 7:15am
These mods are required for the current mod to work correctly.
Raised coupler height to fit with cars from the workshop
Added Low Coal indicator
One of the last Steam locomotive to be retired is now back in action! The Kriger Class 750 has had one of the longest career dating back to the 1960's all the way to the 1990's when it was retired. Due to the recent changes in the world of Stormworks, Kriger is bringing back this marvel of engineering.
The Class 750 is a Steam Electric locomotive. This means it is driven by both steam and electric motors! With excellent pulling capabilities and very good speed, this machine can go the distance without needing water nor coal nor batteries to be recharged. The only limit is the conductor needing a rest!
- Maximum speed with only the tender: 60km/h
- Water on the locomotive: 11 000liters
- Water on board the tender: around 10 000liters
- Coal in the firebox: 50
- Coal in the tender: 1250
- Water pump for firefighting on board the Tender
- Plenty of tools for maintenance
- Remote track switcher equipped
- Spawn the locomotive, climb aboard, flip the main breaker
- Light up the firebox
- Wait for the generator to generate electricity
- Turn on lights as needed
- Move the locomotive outside the spawn zone
- Spawn in the tender
- Back the locomotive to the tender until the couplers connect
- Connect the electric cable from the locomotive to the tender
- You're ready to go!
- Steam Governor is for throttle, Brakes is for brakes, Reverser Key is for reversing
- If for whatever reason you want to drain the water or the steam, there are valves for that on the side of the locomotive
Remote Track Switcher I wanna say by MrNJ?
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