Boston & Maine GE 44 Loco Add-On

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    Buy Boston & Maine GE 44

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    The demise of steam traction in North America during the 1940s saw the birth of the hard-working GE 44 Tonner switcher, now available for Train Simulator in the livery of Boston & Maine, one of the most dominant railroads of the northern New England region.

    On the eve of World War II, steam in North America began to be replaced by diesel traction, and a number of switchers were introduced by GE Transportation Systems for industrial and light duties. More than 380 locomotives were produced between 1940 and 1956, with different variants produced for the US Armed Forces, Indian Government and the Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses.

    The GE 44 Tonner for Train Simulator, developed by DigitalTrainModel, is available in Boston & Maine livery and features opening cab doors and windows, and interior and gauge lighting. The locomotive is also Quick Drive compatible, giving you the freedom to drive the GE 44 on any Quick Drive enabled route for Train Simulator, such as those available through Steam.


    • GE 44 Tonner in Boston & Maine livery
    • Opening cab doors and windows
    • Interior and gauge lighting
    • Scenarios for Portland Terminal
    • Quick Drive compatible


    Boston & Maine GE 44 Manual

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    GE 44-Ton Switcher - History

    Do you have an interest in the history of the GE 44-Ton switcher? Our friends over at American Rails have an excellent site documenting the history of this and many other North American locomotives. Click here to take a look.

    Image by Brian Stansberry and used under Creative Commons license.

    Image showing GE 44-ton switch engine and box car on display at the Cowan Railroad Museum in Cowan, Tennessee, United States.