C & C Nos. 4 and 7

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Carson & Colorado #4 Churchill and #7 Darwin.

No. 4 was ordered Jan 29, 1881. She was originally fitted with wooden transom trucks and later with V&T style iron trucks. She was absorbed into the Nevada & California in 1906. She had a rebuild in 1914, and was vacated from the SPNG roster on Jan 31, 1929. She was sold to the Nevada County Narrow Gauge as #7 in June of that year. She was scrapped in 1937.

No. 7 was ordered December 11, 1882 as the third loco of the series to be delivered with V&T style tender trucks and iron tender frame. She was also the first loco delivered with brakes on both tender trucks. Baldwin class list mistakenly lists shipment dates as March 1884 rather than December 1882. Retired 1929, scrapped Jan 20, 1932.

Thanks primarily to the PacificNG team for historical data, paint information, lining vectors, technical data, and, in short, everything I needed to create the mesh and textures.

Thanks to Andrew Brandon for acting as my PacificNG correspondent, writing the enginespec, lining, beta testing, and the original suggestion to make these fine engines.

Thanks to Zec Murphy and Azervich for creating the handbrake settings and allowing me to use them in Andrew's spec. Zec also kindly helped me in many of my endeavors in adapting the engines for T:ANE, and constructing scripts for them.

Great thanks to the Nevada State Railroad Museum, especially Chris DeWitt, for restoring the Glenbrook and keeping the Inyo in operation. Without them, the 8-20D whistle sound would be impossible.

Thanks to DLS dependencies by Curtis Reid(pencil42), Andrew Brandon(ferroequine), dumont, trw1089, Zec Murphy(s301), Brian Snook (lilb), Ben Neal(bdaneal), and Todd Hohlenkamp(prowler901).

Thanks to Ben Neal for his try cock script and permission to use them on the cabs, which are released as freeware on the DLS to maintain his licence and enable myself and others to use these cabs on other projects.

Thanks additionally to Saturnr for the concept of releasing packs to highlight the differences between locomotives.