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I was thinking... Considering all the hard efforts of people to produce high quality BVE4 locos, (class 66 and 37). It would be good if a light loco version was released. Could make more variety.
 

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James 66526 said:
I was thinking... Considering all the hard efforts of people to produce high quality BVE4 locos, (class 66 and 37). It would be good if a light loco version was released. Could make more variety.
That'd be good and you could use the loco brake rather than the train brake :D
 

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I can just see a light 37 going from Maybank to Brookfield... :D If anyone decided to do this on a route then remember that a light loco is permitted to 60mph when the linespeed is under 90mph and permitted to 75mph when the linespeed is 90mph and over. ;)
 
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