BN SD40 made in Livery Editor

I took a very long time to make sure the BN logo properly appeared, this unit is based off of the real life counterpart, I tried to add as many details as possible.


  • Clinchfield Railroad add-on
  • Must have the Livery Editor tool to install
  • Livery Editor Logo Pack for some text
    (all can be found searching google)

Installation Instructions

Use livery editor tool to import the file to your game


RF_CRR_SD40;BN SD40.tsw2liv 126 KB · Added 23 Oct 2021 · Downloaded 232×


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AndrewBeeman 24 Oct 2021

If you are playing on an AMD machine and the textures look corrupted, this is due to the way AMD drivers handle DX11 graphics

So in order to fix the problem we need to run TSW trough Vulkan instead of its normal DX11/DX12 trough DXVK extension

Here are the steps:

  1. Download the zip from
  2. Open the file with 7zip and navigate trough the folders inside the X64 folder (d3d files should be visible)
  3. Extract all those files somewhere for easy access
  4. Navigate to the TSW Binaries / Win64 with the executable inside path bellow
    steamapps\common\Train Sim World 2\WindowsNoEditor\TS2Prototype\Binaries\Win64
  5. Paste all files you have already extracted to that location inside Bin64
    Note: If you have reshade make a backup of DXGI.dll prior to this, reshade will not work with vulkan as its own DXGI file rpelaces the reshader one
    6.Run the game and enjoy any Custom Livery as they are now rendered properly

Note: During first run of the game and especial after loading a route, the game will be slow or even stop responding for some seconds as the shader cache is created. This is normal , just wait for it to be ready. This only occurs on the first run of the game, after this it will load normally.

Thanks to this forum page for the info on how to fix these issues

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About this mod

23 Oct 2021
23 Oct 2021
Train Sim World
Type of content
Train Sim World 2: Steam version (UE4 4.26)
NA Operator