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Era 2: Which engines are available? Copy the directLink to this answer to your clipboard

In total there are six eras. Every era will bring it's own engines which you can research, upgrade and buy for your company.

1.Bat
The Bat is the first engine of the second era and has a high acceleration. It's less stronger then the last engine of the first era (Mole) but this engine can deliver the goods of the new era. The Bat can pull up to five waggons and is desgined for the long tracks. You can add four upgrades to this engine: a Preheating fant (+1 Tractive force), Barnes lever (+2 Acceleration), Driver's brake valve (+15km/h Speed) and Emanation (+1 Acceleration).
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.

2.Panther
The Panther is most suited for medium length tracks and has a low acceleration. It's the first engine that's significantly better than the Mole engine from the previous era. The engine can pull up to four waggons and you can add six upgrades. A Central buffer (+15% Reliability), Buffer (+5% Reliability), Cam shaft (+1 Acceleration), Steam brake (+20km/h Speed), Combined mixing pump (+10km/h Speed) and Rotary clutch (+1 Tractive force).
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.

3.Black Bear
The Black Bear does his best work on the long tracks and has a medium acceleration. It can pull up to eight waggons and you can add five upgrades to the engine as well. A Counterbalanced brake (+15km/h Speed), Superheater (+5 Acceleration), Gooseneck (+20% Reliability), Boiler (+2 Acceleration) and  Sleeve buffer (+20% Reliability).
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.

4.Lynx
The Lynx is the fourth engine and is fit for short tracks and has high acceleration. It can pull up to three waggons and you can add six different upgrades to the engine. A Waggon axle  (+2 Tractive force), Kylchap (+2 Acceleration), Pulverised coal firing (+2 Acceleration), Corrugated plate (+20% Reliability), Driving wheel small (+15km/h Speed), Driving wheel medium (+10km/h Speed).
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.

5.Boar
The Boar is fifth engine of his era with medium speed and a medium acceleration. It can pull up to five waggons and you can add five upgrades to the engine. A Leaf spring (+1 Tractive force),  Oil pump (+3 Acceleration), Driving wheel large (+20km/h Speed), Running board (+10% Reliability) and a Fallback system (+10% Reliability).
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.

6.Elephant
The Elephant is the last and best engine of the second era and has a very low acceleration. It's best suited for long tracks and can pull up to ten waggons. You can add seven upgrades to the engine. A Large tender (+1 Tractive force), Oil trap (+1 Acceleration), Heavy supply pump (+1 Acceleration), Oil burner (+10km/h Speed), Giesl ejektor (+5km/h Speed), Roller bearing (+10% Reliability) and a Close coupling (Engine can also haul waggons of the following era, if you research coupling. applies to all trains of the era.)
Below you will find skin(s) available for the train, which can be bought only with gold.


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