During the 1980s and 1990s the American rail industry was undergoing massive changes. Recent changes in regulations that dated back to the 1840s had just been lifted and many railroads found themselves merging into what were then called "mega mergers".
One of these attempted "mega mergers" would be that of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway and the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1986. While the merger failed, it spawned a legacy that still lives on today in the forms of the now iconic Kodachrome livery seen on many model railway locomotives from the era. And while it is true that you shouldn't paint so fast, sometimes that paint will live on in the minds of railfans both new and old for decades to come.
- Accurate Kodachrome livery
- Proper road numbers based off of the SPSF Modeling Club
- Driver and non-driver units
See the download link below.
To use these reskins you must own the Southern Pacific SD45T-2 loco DLC. Get it from here: