A Pair of Blackwood Creek GP15s by tagsdm
Included are two seperate repaints of David Brindley's excellent GP15 into a freelanced Blackwood Creek color scheme. The idea is to give a sense of identity to the also freelanced (and also excellent) Blackwood Creek route by LtBligh available at the Steam Workshop. One engine would probably be enough for the little shortline, but two is always better. This pack has the ditchlight mod as in the other GP15s. All credit for the ditchlights and their original textures goes to MadMike1024 and PapaXpress.
These are two individual, single number models. Locomotive numbers are painted on the cab sides. Autonumbering is not used. This is because the original MP number board is in a position that would look awkward for the freelanced Blackwood Creek color scheme. It is exact for MP, though.
You will need the original GP15 model by David Brindley installed in order for these repaints to work. It is free and can be found at this site as "Missouri Pacific (MP) EMD GP15 - New Model".
To install these repaints, extract the BCRRxUP_GP-15.rwp to a convenient location for you (like your desktop) and install using the Package Manager utility located in your Railworks main folder. You should find a "GP-15-BCRR1138xUP" folder, and a "GP-15-BCRR1701xUP" folder in ...Assets\DRB_SimStuff\NA\RailVehicles\Diesel\ after installing. This should also install a "Lights" folder if you don't already have it.
Because the model is freeware, and we've been given permission to upload for (free) repaints, no file copying is necessary. Please read the origREADME for more information.
To use in a scenario, be sure DRB_SimStuff then NA are checked in the Editor. In the left locomotive flyout you should find six new entries...
exp is the expert driving controls, simp is the simplified controls, and ND is the driverless trailing unit. Drop one on the rails, place a driver (except the ND units) and you're good to go. Use the ND units in the middle or end of a lashup, or as a scenery item. Please read the origREADME for details on the controls of each engine. The exp version can be quite a challenge to drive.
The number of GP15 repaints has grown quite a bit, and they can be confusing if you have a bunch of them. Any of my GP15 repaints with xUP in the name is equipped with ditchlights.
All credit for the GP15 model goes to David Brindley and those who assisted him. All credit for the ditchlights and their original textures goes to MadMike1024 and PapaXpress. I did only the Blackwood Creek repaint. Please read the origREADME for more information.
Many thanks to my testers NStrains, JM1261, and BKRR605! You guys are great.
Neither I nor the original builders of the model(s) will accept any responsibility for any damage, real or imagined, to your system by using these files. There shouldn't be any, though. Hope you enjoy!