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      <page pageid="2132" ns="0" title="Regional Express">
          <rev xml:space="preserve">{{Train|title1 = Regional Express|image1 = Regional Express.png|name = Brush Type (1991) - Motorised 1|speed = 104 mph|cars = 8|base_fuel = 315|max_engines = 2|max_fuel_cars = 1}}The '''Regional Express''' is one of the four Express Set trains. It is slightly better than the [[National Express]] when compared in the speed and [[fuel]] areas, but 7 [[parts]] are required to build a Regional Express engine or fuel car, unlike the 6 for the other Expresses. Like other multi-engine trains, adding a second engine will increase the total car capacity by 50% the base capacity. Parts for this train may be obtained upon reaching Level 8. The Class 47 Was Featured In LMS Livery Not The BR But it Was Based On No.47816 Which Is Also Built In 1991 As The Nickname of Brush Type With Another Exauster On A Class 47.&lt;gallery&gt;
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      <page pageid="2162" ns="0" title="Rio Grande Standard">
          <rev xml:space="preserve">The '''Rio Grande Standard''' is a Standard engine. It's base fuel is 600, {{Train|title1 = Rio Grande Standard|image1 = Rio Grande Standard.png|name = IRG Sluzzer Peak|speed = 87 MPH|cars = (base) 12 (max) 24|base_fuel = 600|max_engines = 3|max_fuel_cars = 2}}but can also be given two extra [[Fuelcar|fuel cars]], increasing the range to 1800. It is capable of having 2 extra engines added on, which can increase the car capacity to 24 (12+2x(50% Base Capacity)). The Rio Grande excels in delivering large amounts of cargo to a destination, and is great for daily event completion. Which Was Made On an F7 No.6395. 

== Trivia ==
Like the other ''Standard'' engines, the Rio Grande is based on a EMD F7 diesel as Well as a Sluzzer Peak.
[[File:RG F7.jpg|thumb|220x220px|This F7 has the same paint job as the rio grande standard and Was Preserved On The Madrid and Barcelona Railway In Spain and Seen Here Departimg Barcelona On The 4th April 2012.]][[File:Rio Grande Standard-0.png|left|thumb|220x220px]][[Category:Trains]]
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