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File: SFRD_8225/Rr-40 Readme.txt

ATSF Steel Ice Refrigerator Car
SFRD USRA Rebuild Class Rr-40 
3D model and textures (c)2007 by Tim Muir

The Santa Fe rebuilt its large fleet of USRA type refrigerator cars between 1935 and 1950. While retaining the signature fishbelly center sills of the originals, the rebuilds were otherwise state-of-the-art in all other respects. The original classes Rr-W, -X, -Y, -2, -3, -4 were rebuilt into classes Rr-16, -18, -19, -23, -25, -27, -28, -32, -33, -34, -35, -36, -39, -40, -43, -45, -46, -48. A total of 10,246 cars were rebuilt. 
                                                                      - from Steam Era Freightcars web site.

Class Rr-40 rebuilt in company shops 1946, Road Numbers: 8100-8599


Unzip to a temporary folder. Move contents to ...\Trains\Trainset folder. Create a train including this car using the consist editor of your choice. 


As author of this design, I advise that it is copyrighted, but royalty free.  You may use it and edit it as you wish, but you may not distribute it for money, or include it in a paid distribution without permission from Tim Muir, who can be reached via personal message at Elvas Tower  You must include my name in your credits, as well as my copyright notices, and this entire Readme.txt, if you repaint it, use or derive files from it, or otherwise use or distribute these files.
Because this program is royalty free, it is provided WHERE IS, AS IS, WITH ALL FAULTS, and WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE or any other warranties.  There is no liability by the authors in your use of this program, instead all liability is assumed by the user.


Matt Doti, for supplying photos and drawings of the Rr-40 class, testing.
Dave Nelson, for sharing information about railroad slogan use among classes, wag file editing and general help.
Anthony Cook, testing.
Herb Kelsey, wag file work and testing.
Wayne Campbell, testing.
All those at Elvas Tower Forums for their support and enthusiasm.

Thank You! :o)

Tim Muir
Railroad Earth Models
January 24, 2007

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