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    Default New District line london underground route

    Hello ive spent my spare time in the last months building a model of the district line of the London underground for trainz2006 its coming on good still have alot of scenary to build and there is a lot more to do but the line now runs from upminster in the east to temple station in the city. Ill be putting up screen shots as soon as I can and I hope to have the route on the Dls once its finished by early next year if all goes well. Any questions are welcome phillip.

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    Good luck with your new route...

    Just in case you didn't know, you might like to visit this website, for London Underground rolling stock, made by Andi Smith (AJS), one of the best creators I know...

    http://www.ajsmith.nildram.co.uk/trs/stock04.shtml

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    Also on the Virtual Southern Railway site there's London Underground track... just type V.S.R trainz into google


    You probably already knew about these, but it's just in case you didn't...

    Hope this helps,

    Joe Airtime
    Last edited by airtime; November 18th, 2009 at 05:15 PM.
    If you have black or multicolured rolling stock, visit Shaneturners website for help: http://trainz.shaneturner.co.uk/

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    My route has become really big now and runs from upminster to wimbledon and Ealing common in the west. Ive also built the Piccadilly line from acton town to hyde park corner to run with the district not shore how much of that line ill do on here. Sadely there is no piccadilly line train model available as of now so to test it im using the 1938 stock.
    Last edited by mity22; March 22nd, 2010 at 04:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airtime View Post
    Good luck with your new route...

    Just in case you didn't know, you might like to visit this website, for London Underground rolling stock, made by Andi Smith (AJS), one of the best creators I know...

    http://www.ajsmith.nildram.co.uk/trs/stock04.shtml

    ..........................................

    Also on the Virtual Southern Railway site there's London Underground track... just type V.S.R trainz into google


    You probably already knew about these, but it's just in case you didn't...

    Hope this helps,

    Joe Airtime
    I am finding this does not work for TS2010. I would love to get this to work on TS2010.

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    Thanks ill look at that track may come in useful.
    Phil

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    Ive really gone the full monty as now the Piccadilly line is built to Finsbury park I think ill do the whole line in time including the uxbridge branch.

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    How do you get the 1938 stock??
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    Never Mind I found it but are you still building this mity22?
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    is it done now?

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