Logo TS
Transmontana Icon Shop Electric
Type Icon Shop Electric (Electric)
Power 12 Icon Power
Tax 50 U-235
Dispatch XP 60 XP
Set N/A
OCU Not required
Award Information
Award From Unlabeled Crates Historical Mystery Depot[1] Limit
Other Information
This item's graphic was changed with the 12 Dec 2016 Game Update. The original is below:
Old Transmontana

At the TrainStation game, the TransMontana was a random reward from the Mystery Depot, Unlabeled Crate item, with a power of 12, for player level 60-85 this locomotive is useful for pulling all wagons of passengers, mails and special wagon.


There is now 2 version of this locomotive with different power, taxes costing and how to obtain.

  • TransMontana, a single locomotive, power 12 taxes on uranium 50, a random reward from the Mystery Depot.
  • Transmontana Double, two locomotives connect together.
  • Transmontana Triple, three locomotives connect together.


There is one variant on this locomotive.

  • TransMontana Aquila, the TransMontana with livery of Romania flag. Available in the National Flag Engine shop section for gems and golds and buy limit 1.
TransMontana Aquila

TransMontana Aquila

  1. This Mystery Depot is no longer available.
Number 3440 City Of Truro is a GWR Class 4-4-0 locomotive, designed by George Jackson Churchward and built in 1903. It is one of the contenders for the first steam locomotive to travel in excess of 100 miles per hour. City of Truro was timed at 8.8 seconds between two quarter-mile posts whilst hauling the "Ocean Mails" special from Plymouth to London Paddington on 9 May 1904. The time was recorded from the train by Charles Rous-Marten, who wrote for The Railway Magazine and other journals. If exact (Rous-Marten's stopwatch read in multiples of 1/5 second), this time would correspond to a speed of 102.3 mph (164.6 km/h), while 9 seconds would correspond to exactly 100 mph.
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