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6-axle diesel engine model SD40-2 of NoName Railroad company (fictional railroad operator in the United States), in black livery with white front and back parts and red strip.

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Type: Diesel locomotive
Class: SD40-2 (EMD)
Gauge (proto): 1435mm; 4' 8½"
Road number(s): 101
Railroad: NoName Railroad (NNR)
Region: United States (North America)
Epoch/Era: IV, V, VI / Modern
Coloring: Fictional
Length (proto): 20.90m; 68' 10" (over couplers)
Base (proto): 13.26m; 43' 6" (between bolsters)
Wheelsets: 6 (AAR: C-C)
Vmax (proto): 105 km/h; 65 mph
Control: MTS vDCC (100 steps)
Lights: Yes (bi-dir)
Sound: Default
Couplers: Default



The SD40-2 is a 3000-horsepower (2200 kW), C-C wheel arrangement, diesel-electric locomotive, designed and built by EMD from 1972 to 1989. The good reliability and versatility of this locomotive made it the best-selling model in EMD's history and the standard of the industry for several decades after its introduction. The SD40-2 is used mainly in United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Guinea with export modifications for Great Britain, former Yugoslavia, South Korea, Iran, Morocco, Peru, Pakistan and other countries. Even now, nearly all built locomotives still remain in service.

Source: Wikipedia


The virtual model for SCARM MTS is based on mixture of details, taken from the prototype drawings and real scaled model in HO (1/87) scale, produced by Bachmann, and features fictional modern painting scheme. All major dimensions are preserved and most notable details are represented in the virtual model.

File:  NNR_SD40-2_116.scpem
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Required software: SCARM
Required extension: Model Trains Simulator - Power Edition
Model/set price: Free
Author: Milen Peev aka Mixy   
Released on: 14 Mar 2017
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