Trains & Drivers EMD GP35 Western Pacific

Compatibility: Train Simulator 2017
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The Electro-Motive Division's GP35 carried on the success of the GP30 that had ended production in 1963. The GP35 remained in production for only three years but in that time sold more than 1,300 examples!

It featured the same prime mover as the GP30 but offered slightly more horsepower. The reason for the locomotive's success can be attributed to two things: firstly, by the mid-1960s railroads were looking to upgrade to more efficient second-generation locomotives as many first-generation models had more than 20 years of use and wear; and secondly, many models built by the American Locomotive Company (Alco), Baldwin, and Fairbanks Morse had simply either not held their worth or caused maintenance headaches for crews (as such, several new GP35 purchases were the result of trade-ins). For EMD, the mid-1960s marked its second dominant period as a locomotive builder, selling thousands and thousands examples of models like the GP35, GP38, GP40, SD40 and their many variants. Today numerous GP35s remain in service on regional and short lines, as well as a small handful which are already preserved.

  • EMD GP35 model by Digital Train Model
  • Accurate, detailed model and textures
  • Western Pacific livery
  • Advanced brake script
  • Animated doors, windows and mirrors
  • Cab light
  • Instrument lights
  • Warning lights
  • Platform lights
  • Numberboard lights
  • Dynamic brakes
  • Animated wipers and rain effect
  • Brake cylinder animations
  • Custom sounds
  • ND (No Driver) version included
  • Quick Drive consist (light engine) included
  • Manual in English (Scenarios in English and German)
  • Two career scenarios for the Feather River Canyon Route Add-On, created by Trackside Simulations


Technical data

  • Engine builder: Electro-Motive Division
  • Engine: 16-567D3
  • RPM (Maximum / Minimum): 800 / 275
  • Main generator: GM - D22
  • Gear ratio: 62:15
  • Trucks: 4-Wheel - Bo-Bo
  • Weight: 260,000lb
  • Total length: 56´-02”
  • Max. speed: 65mph
  • Total built: 1,333 units

System Requirements:


  • Train Simulator 2017
  • Feather River Canyon Route (optional; required to play the two included scenarios)
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Trains & Drivers EMD GP35 Western Pacific This Trains & Drivers add-on for Train Simulator brings you the American 1960s diesel-electric EMD GP35 loco in the Western Pacific livery, with a 'No Driver' version of the accurately detailed engine and a Quick Drive consist (light engine) included.

Among the loco features are advanced brake scripting, an impressive array of lighting effects, brake cylinder animations, custom sounds, animated wipers and rain effects.

Download size: 64.2MB (learn about downloads)

$11.99
In Stock
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