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    Default BR System

    Im building the british rail system.could u british fans out there build the trains and send me the links/kuids to my account
    thx
    Last edited by CamJhock; January 18th, 2011 at 08:36 PM.

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    That's a very big ask, & a very big project don't think you will have much luck with that. Just try your building your local line, or downloading routes & locos/stock from from the DLS.

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    even with a please and thank you its a gigantic ask.


    bob
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    I think he must have been joking.

    Paul

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    not joking!

    all ready completed mk-bletchley!

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    Does it have scenery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamJhock View Post
    not joking!

    all ready completed mk-bletchley!

    Won't be much use without those buildings and rolling stock though.

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    Hi I might be able to build some, however it depends wether my computer works. Tell me which one's and I will try my best.

    No promises!

    Uracco
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    The likely ones on that stretch of line are:

    Class 221 - Payware from Railwaves
    Class 90 - On DLS - various authors
    Class 321/350 - 321s are available under username nexusdj, the Class 350s are not yet available.
    Class 377 - Payware from Railwaves
    Class 390 - look under nexusdj for the latest version

    Freight

    Class 86 - should be on DLS
    Class 66 - on DLS under various authors

    Class 325 Royal Mail - look under nexusdj on the DLS.

    If you come to do the Bletchley-Bedford line, you will also need some class 150s and possibly some class 153s (both are on the DLS)

    This is not an exhaustive list, and there may be more.

    Shane

    EDIT: CamJHock, please remove your email address from your first post. If people need your email address, they will PM (private message) you - also, this part of the forum is public (and does not require login to view, so spammers can harvest your email address and send you a lot of spam)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamJhock View Post
    Im building the british rail system.could u british fans out there build the trains and send me the links/kuids to:
    camjhock@gmail.com
    thx
    Will it work n TRS2050?

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    With the ECML from KGX to York and most of its branches in TS2010 a fair chunk of the UK is already in Trainz by default.

    Still I guess 2.5 miles from MKC to Bletchley is a start...

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    a bit off topic but does anyone know whats happening to the other half of the east coast mainline from york to waverly.

    cheers bob
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    Default BR Signalling

    Is there anyone out there that can help me with understanding how prototypical BR signalling works. Am ashamed to say that I am the son of an ex GWR / BR diiver and all I was interested in watching tains out of Paddington, didnt care about signals. Why if I put an approach signal with a feather that points right does the train ignore this and go straight on or vice versa, I understand the block principle, but just want an idiots guide to BR signalling practice or the 60s - 70s. Thanks for any help I may recieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeyg View Post
    Is there anyone out there that can help me with understanding how prototypical BR signalling works.
    This thread is wandering off the, albeit somewhat broad, original topic so I will keep this brief..... Here are some sites to get you strarted:

    http://www.signalbox.org/signals.shtml

    http://www.railsigns.co.uk/

    http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/gansg/3-sigs/powersig.htm

    Cheers

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    Can someone build the MK Central Buildings for the station and Mall.

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