CN X10a 4-6-4T


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  •  3 Part Echo Whistle
    3 Part Echo Whistle
  •  Animated Bell
    Animated Bell
  •  Animated Coal Load
    Animated Coal Load
  •  Animated Firebox
    Animated Firebox
  •  Animated Fireman
    Animated Fireman
  •  Auto Numbering Rolling Stock
    Auto Numbering Rolling Stock
  •  Auto Running Numbers
    Auto Running Numbers
  •  Bill & Steve Cab Figures
    Bill & Steve Cab Figures
  •  Blueprint Design
    Blueprint Design
  •  Multiple Outside Views
    Multiple Outside Views
  •  Photographic Texturing
    Photographic Texturing
  •  Reverse Headlight
    Reverse Headlight
  •  Secondary Blowdown
    Secondary Blowdown
  •  Vestibule Interior Views
    Vestibule Interior Views


Built in 1914 by the Montreal Locomotive Works, the Grand Trunk Railway took order of (6) large 4-6-0 ten wheelers with a built in (4) wheel tender attached, making it a 4-6-4 tank engine. Classified as the K2, these locomotives were used for fast commuter service in the surrounding Montreal area. They were numbered #45-50, with (6) 63″ drivers, a higher 210 psi boiler pressure, and a shorter 50ft length, these engines were ideal for quick acceleration and navigation through the tight clearances in the city limits. In 1923, the Grand Trunk Railway became the Canadian National, and the K-2 class became the X-10-a. They saw usage on commuter service until 1961.

#46 is currently under restoration by the Ferrovary Museum of Beauce in Valley Junction, Quebec, Canada.

#47 was sold to F. Nelson Blount for use with his newly formed Steamtown operation out of North Walpole, New Hampshire. She had receive a fresh overhaul in 1958, so she was found to be in excellent condition and was subsequently fired up in 1961. Unfortunately, after only 5 weeks, it was discovered that her boiler was a full year overdate for teardown, which the Interstate Commerce Commission would not allow an extension for continued operation. #47 was placed back into retirement until a full boiler inspection could be made. After Steamtown’s demise in New Hampshire, she was transported to Bellows Falls, Vermont with the rest of the collection. She was then transported to the new Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where she resides today as a static display.

#49 is currently on display at ExpoRail in Saint-Constant, Quebec, Canada.

CN/Steamtown X-10-a 4-6-4T set includes: (3) Engines, (1) Combine & (2) Coaches

Product Installation

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  2. Launch your Trainz Content Manager.
  3. Drag the downloaded cdp file into the content manager window.
    While in content manager, go to FILE on the top left and select "import cdp" or "import content", find your downloaded cdp and select.

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