German Dosto Mini Pack 1


v1.0.1

  • LEVEL OF DETAIL

  • CUSTOM SCRIPT

  • REAL SOUND

  • REAL PHYSICS

  • REAL WORLD MODEL

  • REAL TEXTURES

  • ACTUAL BLUEPRINTS

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The German Dosto Mini Pack 1 includes 4 passenger cars and 2 driveable control cars in classic and “mustard” paint schemes together with full passenger views, night mode, door animations and custom realistic sounds, these highly detailed models pay tribute to one of the most easily recognizable types of vehicles that transported passengers in the last decades.

This mini pack contains the following 2 control-cars:

TM – DR DBmqe 25-03 866-4
TM – DR DBmqe 25-13 009-5

And the following 4 coaches:

TM – DR DBmue 25-13 008-7
TM – DR DBmue 25-13 012-0
TM – DR DBmtrue 25-04 022-8
TM – DR DBmtrue 25-04 249-8

The pack also contains the following QuickDrive consists:

DBmqe Classic Consist (Diesel and Electric)
DBmqe Mustard Consist (Diesel and Electric)

Quick drive consists require the BR101 and BR294 locomotives from the European Loco & Asset Pack
If you bought “Railworks” or “Train Simulator 2012” you have already included the contents of the “European Loco & Asset Pack”.

 

Installation

Step 1 – Run the utility “TM_German_Dosto_MINI_PACK1_vX_X_X.exe” and follow the installation steps.
Step 2 – Download and install the dependencies “TM_German_Dostos_Deps_vX_X_X.exe” once. (The dependency package does not need to be installed for each car. Only one installation is required.)
Step 3 – Enjoy the ride!

* Make sure that no antivirus is blocking or influencing the installation utilities.

 

Changelog

v1.0.1
– Corrected pneumatic brake lever positions
– Fixed Headlights/Taillights behaviour
– Windows changed in “Mint Green” interior
– PZB magnet from left side deleted
– Windscreen improvements
– Corrected texture on mint green control car

 

Camera Update

German Dostos Camera Update

This update is optional, and it will move the “Head-out” cameras (Shift+2) inside the cab of the control cars.

 

History

Manufactured in 1974 at the VEB Waggonbau Görlitz factory in Germany, these double-deck passenger cars were the backbone of commuter trains back in the 70s, 80s and 90s in their home country as well as in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Romania. Structurally, these vehicles were based on the double-decker articulated trains of 1970.

However, they had access on the lower floor instead of on the higher mezzanine floor, which made it much easier to use them with a platform height of 550 millimeters, which ensured stepless boarding. By installing external sliding doors, it was possible to dispense with door pockets and simplify the box construction. The transition between these wagons is at the normal car floor height, as in the case of single-decker cars, which allows for free coupling with other coaches.

These carriages were the forerunners of today’s double-decker carriages with low-floor entrance. Görlitz delivered 672 cars of this type, including 100 control cars. From 1986, the new vehicles were delivered with disc brakes. The double-deck single carriages are still in use today, in multiple conversions, in the S-Bahn networks and regional rail lines, mainly in the new federal states.

Maintained mainly in their original state, they were repainted over the years in ‘Sandgelb’ and ‘Sputnik’ paint schemes, in the 90s being lightly modernized and moved under Deutsche Bahn ownership painting them in ‘Mint grün’ paint scheme.

In 1972, before the mass producing of these coaches, two prototype  cars were also made in the usual ‘Mustard’ paint scheme, respectively in white-blue paint scheme, but with red and yellow doors which was meant to help the passengers find the entrances easier. These coaches were liked especially by children, who almost every time wanted to travel on the upper deck of the car.

The control cars were built in the same period between the 70s and 90s just like the double-deck single carriages. These cars enabled the train to be controlled from either ends making it more efficient to operate in contrast with traditional trains where the locomotive had to be decoupled and re-coupled at the other end.

In addition to the classic green color scheme (1974), the vehicles later wore the white and red Berlin livery and the scheme that led to the nickname “mustard pot” (1974-1979). Later on they were turned into ‘Sputnik’ (1986-1990) and ‘Mint grün’ under Deutsche Bahn ownership which was the protoype for the first stage of modernization.

 

Technical specifications

Number of seats: 128
Bogey type: Görlitz VI K-Do(block brakes)
Görlitz VI S-Do(disk brakes)
Maximum speed: 120 km/h
Brakes: Air brakes
Heating/Ventilation:  Electrical and hot air
Weight: ~50t
Length over the buffers: 26.8m

 

Documentation

German Dosto Manual
Destination Boards Manual

In order to use this asset on a route, you must first check “TM/RailWorks” in Scenario Editor and find the passenger cars in the list with the “TM” prefix and the control cars in the engines list also with the “TM” prefix.

 

Key Features

★ Highly detailed 3D model
★ Highly detailed Gorlitz VI bogies
★ High quality bogie textures
★ Advanced hi-quality exterior shaders
★ HD winter exterior textures with 3D snow
★ Full interior camera movement
★ 3 highly detailed interior 3D models
★ Interior/exterior doors animations
★ Randomized door opening
★ Editable destination signs
★ Real HQ door sounds with bell/rattle closing sound
★ Dynamic season and hour based interior lightning
★ Real HQ interior/exterior braking sounds
★ Animated couples between the wagons
★ Animated air pipes between the wagons
★ Animated bridges between the wagons
★ 4 level of detail meshes
★ Dynamic and highly detailed taillights
★  Custom AI behaviour
★  Custom script
★  Randomized advertisements
★  Dynamic brake status indicator
★  Working windshield wipers
★  Head-out cameras
★  Authentic horn sound
★  Dynamic driver
★  Instrument lights
★  Compatible with “ready to go” locomotives
★  4 Quick Drive Diesel and Electric consists
★  Custom simulation
★  Custom brake simulation
★  Driveable from the HUD and on keyboard
★  Realistic winter mode
★  Dynamic headlights
★  Dynamic high beam light
★  Automatic AI headlights and taillights control
★  Adavanced winter shaders
★ Easy to use installer

 

Custom features

All of the coaches and control cars have automatic interior lighting based on time and season of the year. Görlitz VI S-Do bogies equipped with disk brakes feature a brake status indicator which are fully functional with our control cars (turns red when brakes are applied, turns green when brakes are released).

All of the doors are animated on the exterior as well as in the interior and open randomly. Control cars are driveable from the HUD as well as by keyboard. Check the included manual for more information

 

Real and unique sounds

🔈 Running train car bogey, wheels, and junctions
🔈 Exterior and interior sounds depending train speed
🔈 Stopping sounds
🔈 Air Brake sounds
🔈 Real door opening sounds
🔈 Real door closing bell sounds
🔈 Real horn sound

 

Editable destination boards

All of the coaches feature editable destination boards which can be set up in the scenario editor for each car. For more information on their setup please consult the included manual.

 


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