Vehicles

Discover the variety of vehicles by clicking on the year-of-construction labels at the bottom of the vehicle explorer:

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    1847

    Norris D 1 / 3

    The legendary railway was known as the Spanisch-Broetli-Bahn, named after a specialty of Baden, Switzerland.

    Year of construction: 1847
    Capacity: 20 each car
    Speed: 35 km/h
    Power: 50 kW

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    1848

    Horse cargo transporter

    In the 19th century most carts were pulled by horses, in order to be able to transport heavy freight items.

    Year of construction: 1848
    Capacity: 8
    Speed: 15 km/h
    Power: 2 hp

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    1849

    Carriage

    Very common in the early days, travelling with carriages was easy and comportable for that time.

    Year of construction: 1849
    Capacity: 8
    Speed: 10 km/h
    Power: 2 hp

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    1850

    Horse street car

    The horse-drawn street car combines the low operation costs of horses with the all- weather capability of street cars.

    Year of construction: 1850
    Capacity: 20
    Speed: 15 km/h
    Power: 1 hp

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    1860

    Borsig 1860

    Borsig was a German company based in Berlin. This 1860 model was an early one without a roofed cabine.

    Year of construction: 1860
    Capacity: 20 each car
    Speed: 45 km/h
    Power: 90 kW

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    1873

    L'Obéissante

    Invented from Amédée Bollée in Le Mans, France, L'Obéissante was a steam-driven bus with a (theoretic) top speed of 40 km/h.

    Year of construction: 1873
    Capacity: 12
    Speed: 40 km/h
    Power: 37 kW

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    1876

    Steam street car

    In addition to horse street cars and steam buses, also steam street cars came up towards the end of the 19th century.

    Year of construction: 1876
    Capacity: 25
    Speed: 15 km/h
    Power: 30 kW

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    1877

    Class 53 Prussian G3

    The Class 53 G 3 locomotives have been widely used for freight transport by the Prussian state railways.

    Year of construction: 1877
    Capacity: 8 each car
    Speed: 45 km/h
    Power: 160 kW

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    1882

    Br 89 Prussian T 3

    Together with the Prussian T 2 locomotives these 0-6-0 tank locomotives were the first that were built to railway norms.

    Year of construction: 1882
    Capacity: 66 each car
    Speed: 40 km/h
    Power: 213 kW

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    1887

    Halle Tram

    Twin axle electrical tram with open platforms on both ends used by Stadtbahn Halle, Germany.

    Year of construction: 1887
    Capacity: 18
    Speed: 25 km/h
    Power: 30 kW

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    1895

    Landauer

    The world's first engine-driven omnibus was built by Carl Benz in his family enterprise by handcraft.

    Year of construction: 1895
    Capacity: 10
    Speed: 15 km/h
    Power: 5 kW

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    1896

    DMG Cannstatt

    Year of construction: 1986
    Capacity: -
    Speed: 25 km/h
    Power: 14 kW

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    1900

    Mack

    The Mack brothers introduced this bus in 1900. The vehicles racked up a million miles of service.

    Year of construction: 1900
    Capacity: 20
    Speed: 24 km/h
    Power: 24 kW

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    1901

    Ce 2 / 2 SchSt

    An early electric street car built and in operation in Schaffhausen, Switzerland (the home town of the developers..).

    Year of construction: 1901
    Capacity: 38 x 2
    Speed: 35 km/h
    Power: 60 kW

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    1902

    SLM A 3 / 5 705

    A classic express steam locomotive which reached a top speed of 100 km/h. Widely used for passenger transport.

    Year of construction: 1902
    Capacity: 66 each car
    Speed: 100 km/h
    Power: 1000 kW

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    1910

    Benz truck 1910

    One of the first common engine driven trucks with a top speed of 25 km/h.

    Year of construction: 1910
    Capacity: 16
    Speed: 25 km/h
    Power: 20 kW

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    1914

    Class 75.4 Baden VI c

    A German steam locomotive constructed by Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft Karlsruhe and Jung.

    Year of construction: 1914
    Capacity: 10 each car
    Speed: 90 km/h
    Power: 580 kW

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    1921

    Ce 6 / 8 III

    Crocodile locomotive with two long "noses", which are connected by an articulated center section.

    Year of construction: 1921
    Capacity: 78 each car
    Speed: 80 km/h
    Power: 2700 kW

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    1924

    Aboag

    A double-decker bus with an open top deck originally manufactured for city transport in Berlin, Germany.

    Year of construction: 1915
    Capacity: 52
    Speed: 25 km/h
    Power: 35 kW

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    1927

    Ae 4 / 7

    The Ae 4 / 7 was a universal locomotive of the Swiss Federal Railways, employing the so-called Buchli drive.

    Year of construction: 1927
    Capacity: 20 each car
    Speed: 100 km/h
    Power: 2300 kW

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    1928

    Gothaer Typ T1

    The Gothaer fabric located in Gotha, Germany, constructed this street car in 1928. It was in operation until 2006.

    Year of construction: 1928
    Capacity: 56 + 64
    Speed: 45 km/h
    Power: 110 kW

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    1930

    Opel Blitz

    Opel Blitz was the name given to various German light and middle-weight trucks built by Opel between 1930 and 1975.

    Year of construction: 1930
    Capacity: 18
    Speed: 95 km/h
    Power: 54 kW

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    1935

    LNER Class A4

    The A4 class was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. The locomotive holds the world speed record for steam locomotives (202 km/h).

    Year of construction: 1935
    Capacity: 78 each car
    Speed: 145 km/h
    Power: 1986 kW

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    1936

    CLe 2/4 "Roter Pfeil"

    A very unique electric multiple units train from Switzerland. The train is known as "Roter Pfeil" ("Red Arrow").

    Year of construction: 1936
    Capacity: 100
    Speed: 125 km/h
    Power: 315 kW

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    1940

    Saurer Tüscher

    An urban public-transit bus on a Saurer carriage 2 BOD-P and bodywork by the Tüscher company.

    Year of construction: 1940
    Capacity: 52
    Speed: 55 km/h
    Power: 80 kW

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    1940

    Br E 94

    Similar to the Ce 6/8 this train has the nickname "Deutsches Krokodil" ("German crocodile"). Mostly used for freight transport.

    Year of construction: 1940
    Capacity: 50 each car
    Speed: 90 km/h
    Power: 3000 kW

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    1946

    Re 4/4 I

    A small electric locomotive constructed to allow maximal speed in curves.

    Year of construction: 1946
    Capacity: 20 each car
    Speed: 125 km/h
    Power: 1900 kW

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    1950

    Schienenbus

    The Uerdingen rail bus or "Schienenbus" is a multiple unit train which was developed by the Waggonfabrik Uerdingen.

    Year of construction: 1950
    Capacity: 87
    Speed: 90 km/h
    Power: 96 kW

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    1951

    Mercedes Benz O 6600

    The first omnibus of the Daimler Benz company combining a rear end engine with a forward control carriage.

    Year of construction: 1951
    Capacity: 55
    Speed: 80 km/h
    Power: 107 kW

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    1954

    NoHAB AA 16

    NoHAB AA 16 is a diesel electric locomotive. The locomotive is a European version of an American standard locomotive.

    Year of construction: 1954
    Capacity: 82 each car
    Speed: 120 km/h
    Power: 1450 kW

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    1958

    Class V 100

    These Class V 100 diesel locomotives were produced in the late 1950s by the Deutsche Bundesbahn.

    Year of construction: 1958
    Capacity: 50 each car
    Speed: 90 km/h
    Power: 809 kW

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    1965

    RABDe 12/12 Mirage

    A three-part electric multiple unit with all-axel-drive and high power. Used for commuter traffic in Switzerland.

    Year of construction: 1965
    Capacity: 200
    Speed: 125 km/h
    Power: 2444 kW

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    1966

    Be 4/6 Mirage

    A common street car constructed by SIG, SWS. The "Mirage" was in operation for a long time in Zurich, Switzerland.

    Year of construction: 1966
    Capacity: 45 + 125
    Speed: 60 km/h
    Power: 300 kW

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    1970

    Class 103.1
    with Goods wagon Hbi

    This fast and heavy electric locomotive was the flagship of German rolling stock.

    Year of construction: 1971
    Capacity: -
    Speed: 200 km/h
    Power: 7440 kW

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    1971

    Class 218

    The Class 218 locomotives are 4 axle, diesel hydraulic locomotives acquired by the Deutsche Bundesbahn.

    Year of construction: 1971
    Capacity: -
    Speed: 140 km/h
    Power: 1487 kW

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    1972

    MAN SL 192

    Standard public bus, build in big numbers.

    Year of construction: 1972
    Capacity: 64
    Speed: 141 km/h
    Power: 90 kW

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    1972

    Re 6/6 (620)

    Six-axle, electric locomotive made for heavy services, indentified with Re 6/6 in old numbering sceme.

    Year of construction: 1972
    Capacity: 82 each car
    Speed: 140 km/h
    Power: 7237 kW

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    1975

    Man 1975

    A commonly used truck built by MAN. The company is one of the leading providers of commercial vehicles and still exists today.

    Year of construction: 1975
    Capacity: 24
    Speed: 100 km/h
    Power: 84 kW

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    1981

    TFV

    The famous high speed train operated by the French national railway company.

    Year of construction: 1981
    Capacity: 350
    Speed: 300 km/h
    Power: 6450 kW

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    1989

    Berkhof Duvedec

    The Berkhof Duvedec received many good reviews of car owners for their consumer qualities.

    Year of construction: 1989
    Capacity: 100
    Speed: 90 km/h
    Power: 180 kW

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    1989

    Re 450 commuter train

    This is a four axle electric locomotive, used for S-Bahn services.

    Year of construction: 1989
    Capacity: 404
    Speed: 130 km/h
    Power: 3200 kW

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    1993

    Volvo 5000

    A rear-engine, low-floor single-deck city bus with chassis built by Volvo and bodywork by Säffle.

    Year of construction: 1993
    Capacity: 72
    Speed: 100 km/h
    Power: 120 kW

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    1999

    40 ton truck

    A six axle semi-trailer truck, equipped with a powerful V8 turbo diesel engine.

    Year of construction: 1999
    Speed: 100 km/h
    Power: 560 kW

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    2000

    Class 185
    with Einheitswagen IV

    A modular product platform mainline locomotive from Bombardier Transportation.

    Year of construction: 2000
    Capacity: 86 each car
    Speed: 160 km/h
    Power: 4200 kW

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    2001

    Be 5/6 Cobra

    The first completely low floor tram runs through the city like a snake with its four joints. This gave it the nickname “Cobra”.

    Year of construction: 2001
    Capacity: 96
    Speed: 70 km/h
    Power: 625 kW

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    2014

    Dualstox

    A double deck EMU, built by Bombardier. Equipped with a tilting-compensation which allows to pass bends faster.

    Year of construction: 2014
    Capacity: 340
    Speed: 200 km/h
    Power: 3750 kW

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58 thoughts on “Vehicles

  1. I greatly enjoy the level of detail in this game. I can’t wait to play it. The quality so far is top notch for a small development team. Keep up the great work!

  2. Good to see a proper transportation simulation game. Both Open TTD and Simutrans are simply unrealistic and limited. Good to see progress.

  3. This project will be on my gaming, but not investment radar, because of my U.S. residency.

    I hope that this project will not repeat the mistakes of Sid Meier’s Railroads or Transport Tycoon where trains would inevitably get lost unless they operated over dedicated tracks with no possible way to get onto another line. Another problem in Transport Tycoon was it’s tedious maintenance system and a problem in SMR was it’s overly quick passage of time required too many annoying updates of engines. Railroad Tycoon, all 3 versions, essentially avoided these problems. Trains never got lost, time frames were longer, 3 speeds of play were available and maintenance occured automatically along the right of way.

    Trains operate differently than other modes, in that trains have to operate over a limited fixed network of rails. They can’t use the same logic as motor veheicles, which usually have multiple roads to choose from. Boats and planes, of course, have even more freedom of movement.

    The graphics look outstanding. What about the economic model?

  4. From the description of a locomotive dated from 1902: “A classic express steam locomotive which reached – for that time – a remarkable top speed of 100 km/h.”

    100 km/h was *not* a remarkable top speed for an express passenger locomotive in 1902. In fact, it would have been seen as rather on the slow side. By the 1890s there were already locomotives which could exceed 145 km/h. In 1904 it was claimed that the British locomotive “City of Truro” had exceeded 160 km/h, though this claim has been heavily debated since.

    However, 100 km/h would not be an unreasonable maximum speed in service, at least for lines with lots of curves, frequent stops, or limited signaling. I’m just arguing with the description’s claim, not the game’s choice for a maximum.

  5. Possibly no other companies have discovered that a collector of matchbox hot weels or may be a potential buyer of automobiles, trains, trucks .. etc. .. Virtual .. It is offering a game “BASE”, whose elements can be easily substituted for building environments .. Every 6 months at first could leave pacs new mod .. that players can purchase according to your tastes .. they can renew enthusiasm. since the website can download map changes in an original map a path without following the upgrade path .. terinado users to update their maps will then have the feeling that the world is “dynamic”. .. are many ideas and I can think of many more .. in short, SCS not achieved, taking the opportunity to do so, those improvements .. they fear, they fail to see that it is the right direction of simulation games .. the commitment is to make a game a steady job, a product that is “dynamic” that offers possibilities, such as a playmobil .. not in the logic of those games 20 years ago. Greetings, and if they work for me at some point, thanks …

  6. Game looks good. Though if you guys manage to incorporate freight as a way to limit/grow city centres it could be the difference between a good game and a truly great game. I just think a game going in the way you have depicted is too similar to Cities in Motion 2 to stand alone. The freight of the good old Transport Tycoon would definitely set it apart.

  7. The engines look nice! But I hope you’ll make it possible to customize the livery to your company’s own colors. Possibly even multiple liveries for multiple service categories or generations. Maybe even a livery design tool DLC and a community options to share your livery designs (in addition to their complete vehicle designs, of course)? If you aim for the role-playing features, the company livery just cannot be ignored.

    Also one minor nitpick: the SLM locomotive from 1902 is A 3/5, not A 3/5 705. The 705 is the number of the only surviving unit of the A 3/5 series.

  8. so will there be goods&industries
    since i only see passenger trains and busses but not goods trains and trucks

  9. I am very happy that I found your site. I have been waiting for years for an updated Locomotion/Transport Tycoon and it looks like I might have found it!

    Concerning vehicles . . . I love the Locomotion DLCs that have added American locomotives which have to be some of the most interesting engines ever built. How can you not love the incredible “Big Boy” or dual-engine “Centennials”. I hope you offer the ability to build different types of vehicles and detailed systems (signals, stations, RXR crossings, etc.) for at least Europe and North America.

    The one thing that I really hate about the vehicles in TT/Locomotion is the constant “breakdowns” and the tedious chore of finding your 1% reliability trains and updating the locomotives.

    I would love to have the option to eliminate the breakdowns, or have some way of updated all trains when they reach 10% reliability, or have trains update themselves automatically. A new approach to the breakdown problem would be appreciated.

  10. Wird es auch Güterzüge für die Waren des täglichen Bedarfs geben, und wann kommt das Game endlich raus bin schon ganz hei…. ???

  11. The game looks slightly better than the transport game “Trains & Truck tycoon”, i had played a few years ago, i hope it will be a simulair size maps on it, what make me stop play that game was that it breaks 2 offen when building new tracks & roads, i hope that you make faster road trucks/buses being able 2 get past itch other on the roads that are wide enough to do so

  12. This game could make the difference if it combines also cargo transports between industries or ports and even airports. It would be really a great game if you could own a logistics company with all these trains.

    Good work though

  13. The steam locomotives are looking so detailed and beautiful, this could be the first transport tycoon where i let them operate on certain routes just because of the look.

    Keep up the good work!

  14. The vehicles are looking really awesome. Keep on working.
    I have found a small mistake in the description: The locomotive from 1946 looks like an SBB Re 4/4 I or BLS Ae 4/4 not like the BR E 94

  15. Can’t wait ’till this game is released! Been waiting for ages for a good Transport Tycoon replacement :D Looks absolutely wonderful!

  16. Wow! Great vehicles! Could you add some British trains and British signal system? Some classic diesel locomotives should be good…

  17. I’m in love; I can’t wait to play the demo and see the other locomotives and vehicles we get to work with!

  18. Hoping there will be more trains available ! Like TEE trains (Le Captiole, Rheingold, …), high-speed trains (TGV, APT, …) or commuter trains (SNCF Z5300 – Z6400, British Class 323, DB 481/482, …)

    Funny that you modeled “l’Obéissante” ! It isn’t a well-known vehicle (except for the visitors of the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris !), though it is the ancestor of today’s cars

  19. Finde die Idee klasse, Nischenspiele wie TG oder IG spiele ich heute noch sehr gerne. Weiß man denn schon ob man produzierende Gebäude selbst bauen kann/ muss die Rohstoff/ Ware XY erzeugen um sie nach Ort XY zu transportieren oder ob man es (sehr) vereinfachen wird und einfach nur von A nach B fahren muss mit der Ware die man quasi automatisch bei A belädt?

    Weiterhin hoffe ich, dass es mehr als nur 32 Fahrzeuge geben wird – da man sich aber noch in der Entwicklung befindet gehe ich mal stark davon aus.

  20. The actual game is great, but I am a “modern fan” and unless there are other vehicles, especially new ones like TGVs etc. I probably wouldnt enjoy it very much… but I think developing more vehicles or ideally offering developers possibility of creating new themselves should not be a problem

  21. I’ve played all the way up to the year 2000 and to be honest, there aren’t quite a lot of choice for vehicles compared to the old Locomotion or Transport Tycoon games. I hope more new vehicles will be added in the future.

  22. Looks great, watched youtube revision and bought it.
    Can’t play because of my Intel 3000 graphics card :( Bye bye 25EUR…

    A remark to the Mercedes O6600 bus: the O6600 like in the picture had the standard layout – front engine, rear wheel drive. You mixed this up with the O6600H. The ‘H’ stands for Heckmotor – rear mounted engine. See http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2c/Bostelbek_1953_Harburg_o-bus_O-2_-_41.jpg/220px-Bostelbek_1953_Harburg_o-bus_O-2_-_41.jpg (the picture shows a trolley bus)

  23. Super Spiel!!!
    Leider kommt die Dampflok-Ära viel zu kurz. Mit dem Erscheinen der Ae 4/7 gibt es keine Alternative zur Elektrifizierung. Dabei waren gerade die Dampfloks die Zugmaschinen der 20er bis 50er Jahre.
    Ich würde mir eine umfangreiche Fuhrparkerweiterung wünschen, die verschiedene Möglichkeiten zur Auswahl bietet.

    • In a recent update, some vehicles have seen their apparition year being modified but it hasn’t been updated here. Don’t worry they will appear a little bit later.

  24. Liking the game so far, but longing for the train variety that was in Railroad Tycoon 2. I’m esp missing the EMD F3 series with the A & B units. Hopefully the dev team adds more trains esp steam and diesel.

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