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    Thanks Mick
    At the very least the VR ones and bogies are available here https://web.archive.org/web/20160817...m/y-class.html

    Kiama



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    Graeme

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    Thanks for that Graeme pretty sure David ( Trainzfan2017 ) did sum too they were the rare one's I should of kept sum where safe although maybe it was the 49 Class he reskinned. Nice work on your route too Graeme it is slowly coming together mate.
    Mick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matruck View Post
    ...Nice pic Dermmy be buggered if I can work out why that showing is like that each time I try to render that silo to texture lol.
    Mick.
    If you mean the brilliant weathering down the side, I thought that represented hours of painstaking work!!

    Quote Originally Posted by grazlash View Post
    Thanks Mick
    At the very least the VR ones and bogies are available here https://web.archive.org/web/20160817...m/y-class.html
    Thankyou Graeme, I've been looking for those!!
    Last edited by Dermmy; July 26th, 2021 at 12:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taggy View Post
    Roy

    The Cronulla Branch was completely duplicated in 2010, our map set late 90's to 2001 and the we have featured the original double track from Gymea to Caringbah. It is correct for the era chosen.
    T and S/R sets were the prominent trains used in this era with rare K set deputising.

    Can I ask, what catenary you use for the trams? We are looking for a good asset for the National Park line.
    Thanks for the feedback Aaron. I lived in the area from 1970 - 2003, so I got to see the progress over that period.

    Catenary for trams? There's nothing much around for Sydney Trams. I haven't actually found something close yet. I'm still working on a tram catenary spline myself, that resembles what was used back then. I'm trying to integrate better poles and connectors. What I've set up for the Sydney Harbour Bridge will also need to be done again - I'm just not happy with it.

    If a miracle happens, then I'll post it here.

    Cheers mate,
    Roy

    I'll have to do some more homework on it yet.

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    Nice screenshots everyone, Graeme that route is looking spectacular

    Pacific National steel train 5MW2 is seen approaching Junee with 9321 LDP005 and TT126.


    Cheers, Ryan.

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    After taking water and turning the loco at Esk (due to lack of turning facilities at Toogoolawah)...



    And at Toogoolawah after arrival and stowing the coaches in the loop, 1015 is standing beside the goods shed.


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    Hey all
    Aurizon's 2301D leads Queensland Rails' 3231,



    Cheers, Dylan

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    On the return in the late afternoon - loco and train shunted into the angle out of the way for the revenue-earning traffic at Esk. Passengers have probably found their way across the yard to the watering hole for some liquid refreshments...


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    Know how you feel Had a Dem with the old Rail line marked but over the years the roads had changed so much can be very hard

    Tom


    Quote Originally Posted by grazlash View Post
    Thanks Roy.
    2000 is the target year, although Google Earth views were frequently newer. Every effort was made to keep to the script, but it's an approximation at best. Impressionism in Trainz

    Graeme
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordon412 View Post
    Quick question for my fellow trainzers Down Under,
    I'm thinking about turning the Healsville route included in TANE that is now in TRS19 into Yarra Valley Railway, only if it was extended all the way to the end of the line. The problem is that I need help finding models of the VR J class, specifically oil-burning J541 and coal-burning J516, and also the two VR Y class diesels they have, Y109 and Y135. I've got the T class and W class diesels taken care of from content from the DLS and also rail motors from the DLS.
    There are both Oil Burning and Coal Burning J Classes under the username "Billegulla" on the DLS.

    Jamie



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    Sounds like a great idea been running the rail cars on the original myself.

    Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by [IMG
    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/images/misc/quote_icon.png[/IMG] Originally Posted by jordon412Quick question for my fellow trainzers Down Under,

    I'm thinking about turning the Healsville route included in TANE that is now in TRS19 into Yarra Valley Railway, only if it was extended all the way to the end of the line. The problem is that I need help finding models of the VR J class, specifically oil-burning J541 and coal-burning J516, and also the two VR Y class diesels they have, Y109 and Y135. I've got the T class and W class diesels taken care of from content from the DLS and also rail motors from the DLS.;1881993

    ]There are both Oil Burning and Coal Burning J Classes under the username "Billegulla" on the DLS.

    Jamie
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    Quote Originally Posted by matruck View Post
    Thanks for that Graeme pretty sure David ( Trainzfan2017 ) did sum too they were the rare one's I should of kept sum where safe although maybe it was the 49 Class he reskinned. Nice work on your route too Graeme it is slowly coming together mate.
    Mick.
    Yeah I reskinned your Y into various liveries and Tom did fix them up a bit.
    The 49's I also did as well.



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    Bit of an update for the Trainz community, the Austrainz group name/website/FB page has been retired and it's various members are moving on to other groups/interests (still within Trainz).
    I personally don't get as much time nor motivation as I used to to create content which led to that decision. Going forward, all of my future content (if there is any) will be released to the DLS under my username 'lesley' and my independent banner of 'Pelham Workshops', and all of my previously released content is available now from that domain. As always, I'll update here and on the forums when something is being released.
    I have started to re-release my S2 X Class's, the VR and early V/Line variants are available now
    The VR Y Class rebuild is still on my to-do list for sometime in the future, but who knows!

    Cheers, Tom


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    TrainzWest is back, the content is better than ever, and our new site is coming soon!

    We acknowledge and respect the owner's decision to retire the AusTrainz name, and doing so, we wish him the best with his future endeavours in and outside the hobby.

    6 AusTrainz creators (out of the main 9), will move to operate under the TrainzWest brand, and TrainzEast and TrainzSouth subsidiaries, continuing to ensure that high-quality Trainz content is built for the community, without the pricetag.

    The TrainzEast and TrainzSouth brands have been established to cover content from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
    Please note that the TrainzEast and TrainzSouth brands will not have their own websites, but will be located at https://www.trainzwest.com/ under their own categories.

    We are thankful for the privilege to work and learn with other great creators under the AusTrainz name.

    While AusTrainz may be gone, high-quality Australian Trainz content is certainly not, and along with HotBox content, Queensland Trainz, ZecRail, and Pelham Workshops, we will ensure it continues as far into the future as possible.

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    Hi all, WIP screenshot of the Rio Tinto EMD JT42C (EDI built). Coming soon to TrainzWest.


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