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Chicago, Burlington and Quincy GP30

Now arriving is our first bonus model for the ATSF/BNSF GP30 Pro Edition sets: A Chicago, Burlington & Quincy GP30.

This model features the colorful “Chinese red” livery of the 1960s, with loads of special details and improvements. Included now in the 3-D cabview are opening doors and animated wipers, recessed gauges and more.

Customers who purchased the BNSF/ATSF GP30 models can download the installer file below. Use the special password found inside your trainset folder (dekosoft_atsf_gp30 or dekosoft_bnsf_gp30) to unlock the .zip file.

Download Chicago Burlington and Quincy GP30 bonus model

GP30 Pro Edition: Union Pacific

The Union Pacific Railroad has long taken an innovative approach in its use of diesel locomotive technology. In 1962, it was one of the first customers of General Motor’s GP30, a second generation general-purpose diesel switcher from its Electro-Motive Division, which featured many improvements over the first generation GP’s of the 1950s. This four-axle locomotive was based on a turbocharged 567 diesel power plant producing 2,250 horsepower and yielded up to 63,000 pounds of tractive effort. GM’s Automotive Styling Center, celebrated for its design of the 1959 Cadillac, created the GP30’s distinctive streamlined body. Union Pacific purchased the most GP30s of any railroad — a total of 111 cab units and 40 GP30B ‘booster’ units without cabs — and used them mostly for mainline freight service. A few GP30Bs were equipped with steam generators for passenger service.

Our Pro Edition set for Open Rails includes both GP30 phase II and GP30B models, painted in liveries ranging from the1960s through the last remaining units of the 1980s. We’re excited to include our first 3-D cab views to bring a new dynamic experience to the ORTS platform.

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GP30 Pro Edition: Union Pacific v.1.0

  • GP30 #713
  • GP30 #805
  • GP30 #849
  • GP30 #870
  • GP30B #702B
  • GP30B #713B

 

GP30 Installation and Operating Instructions (PDF)

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GP30 Pro Edition Common Files

Custom engine and cab view sounds required for the GP30 Pro Edition sets.

GP30 Pro Common Files (v.1.0) 17.9MB

Note: You can find the password for this file in the trainset folder of your installed GP30 Pro set.

Coming Soon: GP30 Pro Edition

Dekosoft Trains’ next product release will be value-priced GP30 Pro Edition sets. Our rendition of this classic EMD locomotive will be offered in BNSF and Union Pacific versions for Open Rails Train Simulator. Here’s a preview of the UP edition:

The Union Pacific Railroad has long taken an innovative approach in its use of diesel locomotive technology. In 1962, it was one of the first customers of General Motor’s GP30, a second generation general-purpose diesel switcher from its Electro-Motive Division, which featured many improvements over the first generation GP’s of the 1950s. This four-axle locomotive was based on a turbocharged 567 diesel power plant producing 2,250 horsepower and yielded up to 63,000 pounds of tractive effort. GM’s Automotive Styling Center, celebrated for its design of the 1959 Cadillac, created the GP30’s distinctive streamlined body. Union Pacific purchased the most GP30s of any railroad — a total of 111 cab units and 40 GP30B ‘booster’ units without cabs — and used them mostly for mainline freight service. A few GP30Bs were equipped with steam generators for passenger service.

Our Pro Edition set for Open Rails will include both GP30 phase II and GP30B models, painted in liveries ranging from the1960s through the last remaining units of the 1980s. We’re excited to include our first 3-D cab views to bring a new dynamic experience to the ORTS platform.

Coming in December 2014.