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Thread: What are some Steamers made for Trainz that look great with the CIWL cars by Vendel?

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    Anyway, I did manage to get the Gosdorf 310 by smejki fully working error-free in TS12 SP1. Here is engine no. 7 pulling the Orient Express!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    What route is that?
    At one point I smashed together several German routes off the DLS but, being a complete ditz, I didn't keep a list of what is in it. It's about 200 or 300 Km long and much to my amazement I didn't have to do much to update it and it works quite well in TANE.

    Your shot looks quite good too I think that baggage car you found really works well.

    Edit: Correction that route is DB Together by celje and is on the DLS. He has also done DB France which includes DB Together and a large section of French country side.
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    Is the front truck and rear truck not animated back and forth? Do they just stay straight?

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    Coincidentally Smejki released few shots of Golsdorf's 108 series just today. You can have a look into Screenshots of European Trains thread for more.

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    Here is a shot of the Orient Express in his 1935 composition, with an ex-S3/6 owned by the SNCF


    Currently I use this luggage car

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    Is that luggage wagon a repaint of an existing model?

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    This luggage car is not a reskin, but an old model I got in a french trainz add-on I bought some years ago in a shop. I find that the model is good, but it would need some reskin to fit with Vendel or Bambi's CIWL cars, and new bogeys.


    I started a reskin on it, here is what I currently done

    On the left it's one of Bambi's cars and on the right it's one of Vendel's cars.
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    In page three of this thread, I posted links to an original 1883 trainset for the CIWL, plus a freeware CIWL luggage wagon, eurostar3000.

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    As an alternative to the DLC Orient Express, specifically the early woodsided carriages, there are some repaints of Vendel's CIWL cars on IberTrainz.eu, that capture the appearance of the pre-1920's wooden sleeping cars.



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    http://www.zatovisualworks.eu/ibtz/d...cat=34&paged=3
    http://www.zatovisualworks.eu/ibtz/d...cat=34&paged=2

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    Now, the Orient Express also serviced London. In Britain, they used brown and cream Pullman carriages, and express locomotives typical of the region pulled the train as it departed out of SR Victoria station. The late Andi06 created the entire British Pullman trainset for TRS, available on the DLS. The locomotive, the SR "Battle of Britain" class 4-6-2, was also modeled by both Jayholland and Skipper1945 for Trainz. This loco is also on the DLS.

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    where dit everyone get his cars from the orient express?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurostar3000 View Post
    Hi !
    I have some french steam locomotives that have hauled the Orient-Express, the "Train Bleu" (blue train) and the "Flèche d'or" (golden arrow)
    SNCF 231C and 231E (ex-nord)


    SNCF 231K (ex-PLM) and 231E Flèche d'or (ex-Nord)


    Nord 231C and 231E


    Jimmy
    where and how did you get that [ i want to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    I think that the French locomotive above was built-in to TRS06; the difference is that one has brass/gold trim, the Trainz version does not. I did find a few S 3/6's on papytrainz.jimdo.com that actually ran with SNCF.
    Thanks for that link, I got a green version of the S 3/6 which looks pretty nice, and looks really nice with the latest Orient Express cars that came with the Sebino Lake, Italy route. Hey - you're the guy I'm trying to get ahold of regarding your repaint of the Mallard, etc. I hope you see and answer this one. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    I also got Bambi's CIWL coaches from that site. Straight on his homepage, it states that he was working on an Orient Express luggage van. What happened to it?
    I don't have that answer, but I just wanted to say, wow, those coaches are REALLY nice, thanks for mentioning them and the source! Great quality, and they all have interiors, unlike the payware version of Orient Express cars I have from Auran.

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