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Thread: European and British Narrow Gauge Screenshots

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    Default European and British Narrow Gauge Screenshots

    The main Narrow Gauge thread is domineered by USA type models and routes and so I thought a thread for British and European Narrow Gauge Screenshots would be a good Idea.

    I'll make a start..

    A North Saxony 1000mm Gauge Narrow Gauge Preserved Railway (fictional & WIP)









    Feel free to add your British and European NG screenies too

    Cheers,

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    What a really good idea Graham. Great screenshots by the way.
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    Good idea , Graham, as always...

    Metric gauge in France :









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    Hi
    Yes, good idea!




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    Rügen narrow gauge railway (750mm) - southern part





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    How come, euromodeller, that You, so much pan european trainzer, found the thread called "british and european...". Isn't british european? :-o :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGG View Post
    How come, euromodeller, that You, so much pan european trainzer, found the thread called "british and european...". Isn't british european? :-o :-D

    Yes Britain is in Europe.
    In the thread 'Screenshots of European Trains' you very rarely get to see British trains and I deliberately made the title that way to make sure that we get to see British NG included.


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    Great to see how this new thread has really taken off! Wonderful idea!
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    OK I'll play.







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    All great shots - but for an L&B enthusiast those shots are mouthwatering!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2995Valliant View Post
    All great shots - but for an L&B enthusiast those shots are mouthwatering!
    My thoughts exactly!


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    Wonderful screenshots Malc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    OK I'll play.







    Beautiful! I can't wait for the day that this masterpiece is released Malc!

    Mind if I join in? I unearthed the old Talyllyn Railway route from the DLS and I have started assessing whether or not to update it for TRS19. So far the test runs have gone pretty well!

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    Yes please!

    Also, how'd you get the TR locos and rollingstock into 19? Still haven't managed that.

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    Sure! The short version is that a lot of the TR equipment I am using is new models developed by ZheGermanFlo. They are available for free on a website but I would have to find the link for you. They have built TR #1, #2, and #6 along with some excellent coaching stock.

    Sir Hayden and Edward Thomas are on the DLS but they are missing engine specs and whistle files. I just picked one of the whistles from Edh6's L&B locos and changed the config.txt

    Hope that helps! Enjoy!
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