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Once again 3DZUG invites you to dive into a bygone era - into the 30ies of the past millenium. This period was dominated by speed. Thus considerable efforts were made in the German Reich to speed up the journey time by rail. In 1931 the decision was taken to develop a high speed locomotive for average travelling speeds of 150 km/h.
Moreover, it was noted in the specifications that the engines could pull 250 tons (5 - 6 wagons) at 150 km/h and were designed reach a maximum speed of 175 km/h, if delays had to be made up for.
While none of the just three engines that ever were produced, is in working order today, 3DZUG takes you directly into the driver's cabin of one of the most elaborate engines ever created by us.
A myriad of details is waiting to be discoveredA lovingly animated fireman will actively support you in stoking the necessary fire on your spectacular drive.
Apart from the 05 001, we also provide the 05 002 engine holding the world speed record in black. This engine attained a top speed of 200.4 km/h in 1936 and, therefore, made history as Germany's fastest steam engine.
The package is completed by two tasks of the Niddertal route (Niddertalbahn) which will take you straight back in time.
DRG Class 05 001 red livery high detailed steam locomotive
DRG Class 05 002 black livery high detailed steam locomotive
DRG Class 05 001 tender
DRG Class 05 002 tender
High detailed drivers cabin
Interactive drivers cabin
Two sessions for Niddertal route already included
Windows 7 64bit
Intel 'i' series/AMD K10 series introduced 2009 onwards. 2 physical cores, 2Ghz 64 bit
4 GB RAM
NVIDIA GT 430 or better/ AMD ATI 5550 or better
500 MB available space
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