Electric Locomotive ÖBB 1014 Loco v1.0 for TS 2019
The remarkable ÖBB 1014 has joined the Train Simulator library, courtesy of Skyhook Games and Railworks Austria, and in doing so brings you a modern-classic to life in authentic detail to add to your collection.
1991, with the fall of the Iron Curtain which had divided Europe since the end of the Second World War, many changes to traffic took place throughout affected nations. New cross-border and inter-city route opportunities were able to be considered, and the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) sought to take this opportunity to procure new and able traction.
Existing locomotives, such as the ÖBB 1063, were capable of crossing borders, however their limitation was top speed, rendering any form of express services impossible. To work around this, a development of the ÖBB 1146 was specified, resulting in a new series of electric locomotives, capable of 175 km/h, to be built between 1993 and 1994. These new locos, of which 18 were delivered, were classified as the ÖBB 1014.
The ÖBB 1014 includes three challenging scenarios for the Semmeringbahn – Mürzzuschlag to Gloggnitz Route Add-On: Regional Service – Semmering – Payerbach
 Freight train from Gloggnitz to Mürzzuschlag
 A cold winter’s day
Please Note: Semmeringbahn – Mürzzuschlag to Gloggnitz Route Add-On is required, as a separate purchase, in order to play the scenarios featured in this add-on.
More scenarios are available on the Steam Workshop online and in-game. Train Simulator’s Steam Workshop scenarios are free and easy to download, adding many more hours of exciting gameplay. With scenarios being added daily, why don’t you check it out now!
ÖBB 1014 in ÖBB ‘New’ Logo Design Livery
ÖBB 1014 in ÖBB ‘Old’ Logo Design Livery
ÖBB SGNS Container wagon in 15 versions
Functioning PZB/Indusi with different modes
Detailed Start up procedure
Detailed Running procedure
Cab and instrument lighting
Quick Drive compatible
Scenarios for the Semmeringbahn – Mürzzuschlag to Gloggnitz Route Add-On (Available Separately)
How to set the fashion in the Train Simulator: for RailWorks add-ons are installed using the built-in Utilites Add-ons Manager, located in the root folder of the game.
Press the large Install button (SET) which is to the right, and specify a location or rpk rwp-archive.
If the file is not packed in such a file, then copy the Assets folder to the root of the game and confirm the replacement.
Tested on game version v65.6f