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1. Parameters
2. GRF Dependancies
3. Loading speed on passenger cars
4. Introduction years of track types in the regions
5. License

1. Parameters

Parameter Value Result Description
0 (default) Normal costs The nice and high running costs :D
1 Lowered costs 1/256th Price on running/purchase cost
2 Lowered costs 1/128th Price on running/purchase cost
3 Lowered costs 1/64th Price on running/purchase cost
4 Lowered costs 1/32th Price on running/purchase cost
5 Lowered costs 1/16th Price on running/purchase cost
6 Lowered costs 1/8thth Price on running/purchase cost
7 Lowered costs 1/4th Price on running/purchase cost
8 Lowered costs Half Price on running/purchase cost
9 Heightened Double Price on running/purchase cost
2nd 0 (default) Enabled African engine availability
1 Disabled
3rd 0 (default) Enabled Asian engine availability
1 Disabled
4th 0 (default) Enabled East-European engine availability
1 Disabled
5th 0 (default) Enabled North-American engine availability
1 Disabled
6th 0 (default) Enabled South-American engine availability
1 Disabled
7th 0 (default) Enabled Oceanic engine availability
1 Disabled
8th 0 (default) Enabled Scandinavian engine availability
1 Disabled
9th 0 (default) Enabled South European engine availability
1 Disabled
10th 0 (default) Enabled West European engine availability
1 Disabled

Example: add "7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1" in the "set parameters"-box, and you will get
lowered costs, and everyting but western european engines

2. GRF Dependancies

GRF Name Dependancy Where to get it Readme?
Metro Tracks HIGHLY Recommended Our download page Yes :)

Note: FooBar's Transrapid Tracks are planned to be a recommended dependancy too.

3. Loading speed on passenger cars

In this set do we have 3 different "styles" of passenger cars, and they all have different loading speed based on their role in real life

Type Loading Speed
per tick
Typical Capacity
Per Unit
Running speed
InterCity Trains Low 8 per tick 40-50 125mph/200kmh or higher
Commuter Trains Medium 20 per tick 45-120 60-100mph/100-160kmh
Metro Trains None, own system 60 on them all! +-150 Below 60mph/100kmh

* All non-MU passenger coaches are concidered IC-coaches.
* Most of the EMU's have powered wagons. In theese cases will the coaches also
add the running cost shown in the information about the particular engine.
* Most MU's can also take mail. The attached wagons will have aprox 75% of their rated PAX-capacity
* Metro's cant take mail.

4. Introduction years of track types in the regions

Region Unelectrified rail Electrified rail Metro rail
Canada United States

1941: Big Boy
1993: Boston 01800
Argentina Brazil Peru
Denmark Finland Norway Sweden

1955: DM7

1942: BM65

1977: M100
Eastern Europe
Czech Republic Hungary Lithuania Poland
Russia Serbia Ukraine

1974: 811 DMU

1977: ET41

1894: Budapest Subway 1986 Stock
Southern Europe
Italy Spain Turkey

1921: 895

1961: E646
Western Europe
Austria Belgium France Germany Ireland
Luxembourg Switzerland The Netherlands United Kingdom

1921: c5/6

1924: Mat24

1903: London Underground 1903
China Japan Kazakhstan North Korea
1991: SS6

1987: Tokyo 01 Series

1969: 422

2007: OSCars
1987: Cairo Metro

Note: This overview is based upon known stats, it is possible the actual GRF got additional vehicles based upon guesstimates. Since the GRF is in development, it's even possible it includes less trains!

5. License

GPL v2.0

This file is part of the 2cc train set newgrf project. The license of this newgrf is two-fold, seperated into the NFO part and the graphics part:

NFO license:
This NFO code of this set is licensed under the GNU Public Licence and can be obtained via the #openttdcoop DevZone ( http://dev.openttdcoop.org/projects/2cctrainset ). As such, it may be freely distributed and modified as long as it remains under this license.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. If you wish to contact the developers, please use the TT-Forums.
See http://creativecommons.org/license/cc-gpl and attached gpl.txt

Graphics license:
The graphics contained within this set and other graphics found on this site are license under the Creative Commons license Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported [BY-NC-ND]. That means you can distribute and use them as you like provided:
  • you do not alter them in any way
  • you do not sell them in any way
  • give credit to the authors
See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/