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    Yeah...... that type of response is for someone who wants to turn the whole community against him.

    Hey all,

    I've been wondering, is their a website that has the full listing of TAS stuff, similar to the multiple sites Victoria has such as Mark B, Peter Vincent, Rob O'regen, their might be something I could whip up that's at my skill level.

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    Wikipedia has a few pages devoted to the TGR and their rolling stock at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tasman...nment_Railways

    The locomotive list at the above link only includes the home grown stuff - not those such as the T class, the 530 class and others that were purchased second hand from other narrow gauge systems.
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    Has anyone built the V Class? looks simple enough and I'm pretty sure their is a 2'6" one at Belgrave, I'd need at least 4 to 5 months to build it.

    As to these freight bogies how much different are they to my BG and SG ones?





    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azervich View Post
    Yeah...... that type of response is for someone who wants to turn the whole community against him.

    Hey all,

    I've been wondering, is their a website that has the full listing of TAS stuff, similar to the multiple sites Victoria has such as Mark B, Peter Vincent, Rob O'regen, their might be something I could whip up that's at my skill level.

    Cheers.
    I would recommend checking out railtasmania.com. Aside from Wikipedia it’s probably the best site to head over to to view Tasmanian locomotives and rolling stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azervich View Post
    Has anyone built the V Class? looks simple enough and I'm pretty sure their is a 2'6" one at Belgrave, I'd need at least 4 to 5 months to build it.

    As to these freight bogies how much different are they to my BG and SG ones?





    Cheers.
    There is a V class on the download station that isn’t too bad. I have done some private edits to increase texture resolution etc as it was lacking in those areas (due to its age). I believe it’s circa TRS2004? The only issue with it in modern versions is the bogey/running gear attachment points don’t seem to behave in modern trainz.

    EDIT: Photo added

    Last edited by steins2; January 21st, 2020 at 01:14 AM.

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    Hello all.
    Thank you so much to everyone who have been able to help with the Tasmanian locomotives on Trainz, I really appreciate it.
    It’s very interesting to see what has been produced over the years and I am now very interested to work at doing my own ones for the DLS one day.
    Best wishes
    Rowan.

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    Hello,
    That's no problem at all with not being able to find the creator of the TGR locomotives.
    Thank you so much for the screenshot of MA2 and M4 at Don River, wow this looks fantastic.
    I am just wondering, do you have anymore screen shots of the locos around the Don River Railway on Trainz?
    Thank you so much again, I really appreciate it.
    Best wishes
    Rowan

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    Hello,
    That's no problem at all with not being able to find the creator of the TGR locomotives.
    Thank you so much for the screenshot of MA2 and M4 at Don River, wow this looks fantastic.
    I am just wondering, do you have anymore screen shots of the locos around the Don River Railway on Trainz?
    Thank you so much again, I really appreciate it.
    Best wishes
    Rowan

    Quote Originally Posted by steins2 View Post
    Gday Rowan.
    You wont have much luck finding them. As noted on the previous page they cannot be shared due to stipulations by the creator. As far as I know he is basically unreachable with public information anymore, I tried for years until I located copies of the loco again in a backup I had.

    Most of the Tasmanian Content that exists isn't on the DLS anyway though. There is a fair bit of private content that isnt online.

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    Hello,
    Thank you so much for posting the photo of the 3 V class engines together, they really do look fantastic, especially the one with the TGR logo.
    Best wishes
    Rowan

    Quote Originally Posted by steins2 View Post
    There is a V class on the download station that isn’t too bad. I have done some private edits to increase texture resolution etc as it was lacking in those areas (due to its age). I believe it’s circa TRS2004? The only issue with it in modern versions is the bogey/running gear attachment points don’t seem to behave in modern trainz.

    EDIT: Photo added


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