Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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has anyone consdered building a NZR KA Class locomotive for MSTS yet?
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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I see that there is one for Trainz. I wonder whether it would be possible to contact the creator of that model, then it could be exported to MSTS from the modelling program maybe.
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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yes it would be nice if someone did make one if someone made it for trainz then there should be one for msts
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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the k class made it on msts but somehow nobody has done a KA or a KB Locomotive for msts
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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maybe it was planned to be made for msts just that it either never got finished or was never made
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

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Hi,
If you would like to see any loco, or other rolling stock, modelled, which isn't already available, there is one very simple answer! Make it yourself!! Software is free so the only contribution you have to make is your time, which, of course,includes how long it will take you the learn the appropriate techniques and skills. Worldwide, I would hazard a guess that there are a very small number of MSTS/ORTS modellers, so you could join a very valuable group of people.

If, like me, you don't have an ounce of artistic ability in your body, then, just be thankful for what we've got :D

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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

Post by NZRRAILWAYS46463 »

i would but i don't have any sort things that can make models for msts (doesn't help that things that can cost sometimes a lot of money and i don't have lots of money) and i don't know anything about making models for msts but as i said maybe someone is or was doing one or someone might start making one for msts anything can happen so i wouldn't say it will never happen but there being a trainz model is one step of it possibly coming to msts sorry if this post was a bit lengthy but at least we have the (1939?) K class which is sort of a look alike to the ka or kb although some members of the ka class were streamlined in a strange box like shape unlike the streamlined j class which had a cone shape at the front.
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Re: Nzr KA Class Locomotive

Post by NZRRAILWAYS46463 »

for anyone interested in doing this
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NZR_KA_class
there are some photos and refrences in the link and some info on the loco
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