Model by Brian Snook.
For TS2009 SP4 and up only. Session is for TS12 SP1 only.
The SP-2 Class 4-10-2 Steam Locomotive was originally built for the Southern Pacific and delivered in 1926. With a 225 PSI boiler pressure, 63.5" drivers, and three cylinders, these locomotives had 86,589 lbs. of tractive effort. They were also equipped with a Franklin C-2 booster engine on the trailing truck that boosted the tractive effort to a total of 96,530 at lower speeds. While they were originally built for Donner Pass, they proved to be too hard on the track and were transferred to other divisions. On other divisions, these locomotives were very successful. This model represents the SP-2 class later in its lifetime, with a pressed steel pilot and later type headlight. There are numerous features on this locomotive, and an incredible amount of detail. The engine spec for this locomotive was carefully developed and tested to provide a very realistic experience with the locomotive.
Included is: 1 SP SP-2 Class 4-10-2 3 Cylinder Steam Locomotive, #5016-5038, 1 Oil Tender #5016-5038
For TS12 SP1 only, an introductory session that includes the engine taking an excursion over part of Tehachapi.
Prototypical Lettering, Paint, and Weathering
Prototypical highly detailed model
Prototypical Whistle and Bell Sound
Prototypical oil and water consumption
Scripted Smoke and Steam dependent on the fire, steam usage, and outside temperature
Cylinder Cock Steam
Animated 3-cylinder Gresley Valve Gear
Animated Tender Oil Load
Animated Tender Water Load
Animated Tender Water Hatch
Animated Tender Oil Hatch
Working Tender Back Up light
Changeable Train Number Boards
Automatic Prototypical Running Numbers
Lighted Number Boards
Engine and Tender Number Sync