SVTX ES44AC '1912' (HSC ES44AC Livery)

SVTX is the reporting mark of Seaview Transportation Company, also known as Seaview Railroad, a Terminal Railway from state of Rhode Island, serving Port of Davisville located at North Kingston. Almost 45 years old since foundation at 1978.
SVTX's 14 miles track was once a 45 miles military track. The miliary base and it's railway service get downsized in 1974 which also affected the local civil's transportation. As a result, SVTX was founded and take over the civil freight service. In the first 12 years until 1990 , SVTX provided a very limited service. It got improved during 1990 and 2000 as Rhode Island Department of Transportation decided to provide support on infrastructure project on railway. With the support, SVTX finally repaired all 14 miles track in early 2010s, over 30 years since the foundation.
SVTX's main business was transporting cars and plastic, with some other freight as well. The track connect to the Northeast Corridor at Davisville, where they interchange with Providence and Worcester Railroad(PW).
I still wonder why they decided to purchase 3 ES44AC when they only got 9 customers...

http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=3339947
1912 is numbered 1 of 3 locomotives in representation of the Penn State Championship football game years (information from link above)

Requirements

Horseshoe Curve: Altoona - Johnstown & South Fork (HSC) DLC
Raging Lighting's TSW2 Livery Manager

Installation Instructions

See this Video:
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Files

RF_HSCES44AC;SVTX ES44AC '1912' (HSC).tsw2liv 144 KB · Downloaded 62×

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About this mod

Created
21 Aug 2022
Updated
21 Aug 2022
Game
Train Sim World
Type of content
Reskin
Compatibility
Train Sim World 2: Steam version (UE4 4.26), Train Sim World 2: Epic Games Store version (UE4 4.26), Train Sim World 2 before Rush Hour update (UE4 4.23)
NA Operator
Other
Train Sim World Content
Horseshoe Curve: Altoona - Johnstown & South Fork