you can measure it yourself in the Scenario Editor with the measurement tape icon.
But here is a more convenient way to get the length of the cars, and that is in the
room that may some fellas do not like that, that is the Consist Editor.
In the Consist Editor, when you choose a vehicle, at the lower left corner, you can
see the weight and the length of the vehicle :
As you see, the front car of Class 450 is 20m long. Though it is integer, but the
decimal places is also counted. When you add more same kinds of car,
you will see the amount of length is not as the sum of the number it displayed :
Just like the 3 front car together, and the length is 61m instead of 60m. It was
because the decimal places is added. As you place 10 front cars into the Editor,
the decimal places will be 10 times, and it will appear on the corner as integer.
Then you can see the actual length of the car:
As 10 front car of Class 450 is 204m long, you can get that one Class 450
front car is 20.4 m long, you can also find it on wiki.
Not only the Class 450, almost every loco and coach on TS can use this. count it
carefully when you adding the cars, it maybe not easy to scroll and count several
car in same kind. Maybe you can flip it as a pair like the third picture shown to
identify that, then five pair is ten cars. More cars tried, and more data you can discover.
What you will found on the exploring?
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