History The model of streetcar, which was used in Konigsberg (East Prussia) in 1920-1945 (also has been used after WWII until 1950-1960). Reconstructed by few photos and one saved draft. The streetcars have been constructed in Prussian factory named Waggonfabrik L. Steinfurt and specified for 1000 mm railroad – standard width for cities of East Prussia in the first half of XX century. Before WWII the number of streetcar units in Konigsberg has been approx. 250-300. Majority of the units were Steinfurt.
Model description The model contains 25 separated objects (2 wheels, the bogie, inner and outer parts of the van, the bow, 4 outer doors, 4 inner doors, 10 opening windows – by 5 from each side, and 'advertising board' on the roof of the van). All except wheels and windows are made of attached elements.
Total number of polygons – 49 904 Total number of vertices – 49 944
There are 5 materials assigned to the model: 1 – The outer part of the van 2 – Transparent objects (window glass and lamps) 3 – The inner part of the van 4 – The bogie 5 – Advertising board
There are 19 textures of different resolution:
- 8 x 6144 - 4 x 3072 - 3 x 2048 - 4 x 1024
Textures for advertising board contain 5 adverts of different firms or products and were repainted from original photos. Changing advert on the board is possible by changing appropriate map channel (Default channel is 6 - 'clear' board).