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    Yes it's a difficult time period in Trainz...

    Yes it's a difficult time period in Trainz because so much is missing from what was a fascinating period of loco development and innovation. Pre-1900 saddle tanks are rare beasts and the only two...
  2. :hehe: :hehe: :hehe: I had a really good laugh...

    :hehe: :hehe: :hehe:

    I had a really good laugh at that Frank.
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    The short answer Javier is 'No'. Some cabless...

    The short answer Javier is 'No'. Some cabless 19th century engines do exist, but they are payware and made originally for TS2004 & TS2006. None of them are a saddle tank of the kind you are looking...
  4. Yes I'd heard of Pelton Level shed Frank. It...

    Yes I'd heard of Pelton Level shed Frank. It must've been quite a sight to see to see locos, - no doubt very carefully, - being lowered down and hauled up the incline.
  5. Love the screenshot of the Worsdell A class at...

    Love the screenshot of the Worsdell A class at the level crossing Frank. Being a branchlines and minor lines enthusiast your screenshot ticks all the boxes for me.
  6. Alikiwi BBarnes005

    Alikiwi

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  7. Your screenshot definitely made me smile Tanker :)

    Your screenshot definitely made me smile Tanker :)
  8. I agree +++

    I agree +++
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    Normally I could do it John, but I'd be...

    Normally I could do it John, but I'd be struggling at the moment due to my stupid fogged up brain. It's something I can think about for the future though when I'm feeling better.
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    It's reasonably easy to figure out John. Make a...

    It's reasonably easy to figure out John. Make a list of pre-grouping railway companies and then make a list of the main types of goods/mineral wagons as well as brake vans and put an 'x' beside the...
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    But virtually no Midland, very little LNWR save...

    But virtually no Midland, very little LNWR save for some coaches and only a handful of decent loco models, very little GER, same for the GNR and the L&Y. Any of the smaller companies like the M&GNR,...
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    Been there done that got the tee shirt Valbridge....

    Been there done that got the tee shirt Valbridge. Fortunately I make pre-grouping reskinned rolling stock primarily for my own use and if I think it's good enough I upload it to the DLS so I still...
  13. Yes I think that's very true, but I will also say...

    Yes I think that's very true, but I will also say that on the odd occasion when I've managed to fumble a really outstanding Uk screenshot that the North American Trainz guys have voted for it.
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    There are huge gaps in what is available in the...

    There are huge gaps in what is available in the way of Uk content. My sphere of interest is the Uk pre-grouping era and there are major railway companies from that era that are still not well...
  15. Unfortunately we've been here before Graham. N3V...

    Unfortunately we've been here before Graham. N3V makes most of their money from selling to the American market so screenshots from elsewhere tend to get overlooked. Same goes for screenshots from...
  16. Ah you do that too Graham. On some WIP corners...

    Ah you do that too Graham. On some WIP corners of my layouts I also lay down sample rows of houses, trees, roads & etc so I don't have to scramble about trying to find them in the surveyor lists.
  17. Excellent work Graham. Another classic Trainz...

    Excellent work Graham. Another classic Trainz layout in the making.
  18. Most probably in the Real World (whatever that...

    Most probably in the Real World (whatever that is) there would be some kind of cable haulage system from the clay mine, but that aside there's nothing wrong with your representation Graham.
  19. https://i.imgur.com/XQCO0AC.jpg I have to...

    https://i.imgur.com/XQCO0AC.jpg

    I have to admit I can't remember seeing the Brick Field either so I'll have to go back and have a look at the maps and articles again.

    Looking good though Graham.
  20. I think the problem might be Graham that only...

    I think the problem might be Graham that only railway modellers of a certain age will remember the Madder Valley and then only the Uk enthusiasts as well. Compromise is generally the name of the...
  21. An excellent series of screenshots Frank. Always...

    An excellent series of screenshots Frank. Always a pleasure to see NER red and green.
  22. I'm sure this layout will be much welcomed...

    I'm sure this layout will be much welcomed Graham. I grew up reading about the Madder Valley Railway in old railway magazines and John Ahern's books on layout and building construction had a...
  23. I'm not sure if I really needed to know that...

    I'm not sure if I really needed to know that John, but thank you all the same. It's fairly well known here on the forums that I don't like diesels. I saw my first diesel locomotive at age 4 and...
  24. #2632. A couple of good looking screenshot there...

    #2632. A couple of good looking screenshot there Hotshot Jimmy.

    More good looking screenshots from you too borderreiver. At #2633 there's some odd looking objects at the head of the train I'm...
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    Some assets seem to be worse for this than...

    Some assets seem to be worse for this than others. Anything based on a spline seem to be the main culprits.
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