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Dear Users,

We would like to inform you that an update was performed on the M420 locomotive version MR-20a, in which the ditch light flare was removed. So that everyone can incorporate this change into their model, we have made available a downloadable file containing the update.

We ask you to download the file and perform the update so that the flare disappears when the headlight is turned on in the bright

If you have any questions or difficulties in the update process, use the program Ultilities in the root folder of the game.

Best regards,

Diesel Workshop.

Here is the link to download the update:

Diesel Workshop - MLW M420 CN [MR-20a ditch light update]
Download ZIP • 8KB

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Available now for Train Simulator Classic!

Hello everyone, once again we are here to announce another diesel locomotive package for your Train Simulator Classic!

These Zero Weight Transfer (ZWT) trucks were designed to decrease wheel slip by limiting the weight transfer within the truck caused by the torque of the traction motor.

In this bundle, you will get the 3 versions of Canadian National's M420 the MR-20a as delivered, MR-20b and MR-20c as modified. All of them are properly labeled with the nomenclatures on the side of the cab below in the number.

Here we see some differences between the locomotives.

The MR-20a is equipped with the horn above the bell in the cab.

The MR-20b and MR-20c, on the other hand, have their horn near the exhaust.

Originally the MR-20a did not get the rear number board, only in the other versions of the M420 was it added.

Here we see that the fuel tank of the MR-20a is larger compared to the other models.

The engine door latches of the MR-20c are different from the other versions.

The MR-20b and MR-20c versions are equipped with ditch lights. The handrails also have a different design from the MR-20a.

The MLW M420 CN is available now, come into our store and check it out!


Diesel Workshop

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Through a commission, I bring you the unique C424 unit that existed at Penn Central. This unit was inherited from the PRR, rebuilt from the Alco RS27 640-1 demonstrator.



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