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    Default New Baseboard Fascias and Room Furniture

    I have just made my first uploads to the DLS!

    I have made 2 announcements in the freeware thread..

    Baseboard Fascia Splines, originals by ish6 and philskene.

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...fascia-splines

    Trainz Room Furniture, originals by Ray Whiley (DDD)

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...Room-Furniture

    Here are some examples..















    I am grateful to the original creators for allowing the re-paints, you can see the full range in the Freeware Announcement Forum (links are at the start of this post)

    I made them for my own use, but thought somebody else mike like them too!
    Last edited by euromodeller; September 12th, 2018 at 01:31 PM.
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    Very nice!

    The wall mounted shelves are really nice and will work nicely with a piece of track placed on them as a place to "store" and display consists.
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    Great looking items. I can certainly put them to good use.
    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCitron View Post
    Very nice!

    The wall mounted shelves are really nice and will work nicely with a piece of track placed on them as a place to "store" and display consists.
    Thanks John, Ray Whiley has already placed invisible track on the shelves!!, it looks like a white stripe, try putting a loco on one
    Graham, EM Modelz


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    Quote Originally Posted by euromodeller View Post
    Thanks John, Ray Whiley has already placed invisible track on the shelves!!, it looks like a white stripe, try putting a loco on one
    Oh cool. I wasn't sure what the white stripe is in the pic.
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    John - the track on the shelves is a length of spline track with the config set so that it will update to any attached to it. A possible use is to use a Surveyor Only or invisible track which will enable a rolling stock or locomotive model to be placed on the shelf without (apparent) track - useful for models under construction or waiting to be used. I would also add that the surface of the table and free-standing cupboards is set at Trainz baseboard level so that when the surface of the board is hidden ( I use digholes) any model can also be placed there as of course the base is still there - just not visible. If I remember correctly - and it's some time since I made the originals - the baseboard support cupboards have no top so that the board surface can be used and textured as normal. Of course, the room floor needs to be lowered to suit the table and chair legs, etc.

    One use I make of the baseboard edging spline is to finish a gap between cupboards which I can crawl through! (Not really a good idea nowadays in real life at my advanced age.)

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    Final additions added to the DLS and on CM soon.

    Furniture in Black Ash

    Table, chairs and shelf unit



    Freestanding cupboards



    Baseboard support cupboards



    Baseboard edge spline



    and finally the bookcases.





    <kuid:166065:105221> EMM MR Baseboard edge Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105204> EMM MR Bookcase 01 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105205> EMM MR Bookcase 02 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105206> EMM MR Bookcase 03 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105207> EMM MR Bookcase 04 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105217> EMM MR Baseboard Support Cupboard 01 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105218> EMM MR Baseboard Support Cupboard 02 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105220> EMM MR Baseboard Support Cupboard 03 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105219> EMM MR Baseboard Support Cupboard 04 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105224> EMM MR Cupboard 02 Black Ash Freestanding
    <kuid:166065:105225> EMM MR Cupboard 01 Black Ash Freestanding
    <kuid:166065:105226> EMM MR Cupboard 03 Black Ash Freestanding
    <kuid:166065:105227> EMM MR Cupboard 04 Black Ash Freestanding
    <kuid:166065:105229> EMM MR Chair Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105230> EMM MR Shelves 01 Black Ash
    <kuid:166065:105231> EMM MR Table Black Ash 48 x 30

    Thanks again Ray!


    Last but not least a pair of Red Luxury baseboard fascias to bling your layout with





    <kuid:166065:105236> EMM Model Trainz Fascia Spline, 1 grid thick, Red Luxury
    <kuid:166065:105237> EMM Model Trainz Fascia Spline, 1.5 grid thick, Red Luxury


    Thanks again to Ish and Phil for creating these fascias !

    You've had another peek at a layout to be released soon too

    I'd better go ang get the layouts finished now that you've had a peek!
    Last edited by euromodeller; September 12th, 2018 at 01:21 PM.
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    More goodies from me on the DLS/CM.

    see this thread for full details..

    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...ayout-valances



    Graham, EM Modelz


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    Your fascias are very useful indeed, Graham - thank you.

    Ray
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    Thanks Ray!

    There's more...



    All on the DLS and CM.


    <kuid:166065:105729> EMM MR Floor Tile Spline Stone 1
    <kuid:166065:105719> EMM MR Floor Tile Spline Terracotta 1
    <kuid:166065:105721> EMM MR Floor Tile Spline Terracotta 2
    <kuid:166065:105725> EMM MR Floor Tile Spline Terracotta 3

    That's it for now
    Graham, EM Modelz


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    Hello
    Graham, sir --

    Wonderful pieces there, sir ---

    Take Care
    Ish

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    The surface of the table and free-standing cupboards is set at Trainz baseboard level so that when the surface of the board is hidden ( I use digholes) any model can also be placed there as of course the base is still there - just not visible.
    This was certainly the case when these were made and tested. However, I have found today on using the table and cupboards that they are for some unknown reason actually below baseboard surface level. This may be some local glitch and they certainly seem to be correct in the screenshots included in this thread, but if anyone has had problems, please accept my apologies - and let me know by adding a reply! Thank you.

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    Sorry - I was wrong. It is only the cupboards which have their top at baseboard surface height; anything to be placed on the table needs to be lowered as necessary. My apologies again - but t's some time since I made them.

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    Not to worry Ray, they work and are of good quality, that's what matters.
    As for memory, I have one but forgot where I left it

    It's strange getting old, you can remember things that you did as a youngster but can't remember what you just went into the kitchen for!

    Do I take it that your taking up Model Trainzing again Ray?
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    Do I take it that your taking up Model Trainzing again Ray?
    I haven't really stopped, Graham, it's just that it's a long time since I shared any new models on the DLS - two years, to be precise. I think I felt overtaken by new versions of Trainz - T:ANE and now 2019, and didn't know whether my rather simple models would still be acceptable. From the beginning in TRS2004 I concentrated on buildings, mainly to use in the background, and everyday accessories for scene setting like garden trollies. On the other hand, I have been experimenting with simulating model railway layouts in other scales - G scale (1:22) for garden railways, 0 gauge (1:43) and N/2mm finescale (1:150) but there doesn't seem to be any interest in anything other than 4mm in the UK and 3.5 mm elsewhere. I've also got a folder of other models, more or less complete, which needs sorting, and I have completed my set of Belgian coastal diesel trams (1930s - 1950s) which I began several years ago - but they were for TS10 and not up to modern requirements, although they please me. And I have made quite a few model layouts in room settings - representing both England and France. So all in all, I've been enjoying myself!

    Proof: https://raystrainz.wordpress.com/gallery/ and https://raystrainz.wordpress.com/project-1073/

    Best wishes.

    Ray
    Last edited by ray_whiley; October 16th, 2018 at 10:18 AM. Reason: Added website references
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