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Thread: Australian screenshots

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    Nice buildings Roy, no stopping you now, lol.
    This video is of The Overland running past the silos at Sunshine and through Tottenham Yard.

    cheers
    Graeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by grazlash View Post
    Hi Graeme,
    Are the Southern Aurora cars available and if so where would I find them?
    Cheers

    Ron

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    Looking fantastic Graeme. I think the Overland actually stayed on the passenger lines while it was on Broad Gauge.

    http://www.westonlangford.com/media/photos/119768.jpg

    The Southern Aurora cars are called 'NSWGR SA' on the Download station Ron

    Jamie
    Last edited by H222; March 22nd, 2018 at 02:53 AM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by grazlash View Post
    Nice buildings Roy, no stopping you now, lol.
    This video is of The Overland running past the silos at Sunshine and through Tottenham Yard.

    cheers
    Graeme
    Thanks mate.
    Great video Graeme. You've got good frame-rates, well detailed and a nice smooth ride. Great work.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    The ferry wharves around Sydney Harbour have been constructed individually to suit different settings.

    With that in mind, here's one of Pyrmont Bay Wharf (first attempt). It looks better floating on water.





    Cheers,
    Roy
    Last edited by Roy3b3; March 21st, 2018 at 09:04 PM.

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    Hey Graeme,

    Nice video's, wouldn't the lines through the Totty yard have speed restrictions? looks like you went flying through there, also as to the Harris sets I noticed you run them as 6 cars, they actually run as 2x motors and 2x trailers for off-peak and 3x motors and 4x trailers for peak, the BT car has a auto coupler at one end that couples to the other 4 car set so it's M-T-T-M-BT-T-M.

    Cheers.

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    Footplatephil just recently re-released his iconic "Weddin" Route (Cowra branch line, NSW) onto the DLS as an updated TANE SP2 version. I have made some mods (for my own purpose and not for distribution) where I have replaced the billboard flora trees and shrubs with SpeedTrees v6 analogues, replaced the Auran era switch levers with more prototypical examples and added Elstoko's excellent point rodding and cranks. Some sample screenshots.

    1. Cowra Station: A CPH railmotor destined for one of the sub-branchlines and a C30 with a mixed passenger-goods consists wait for their respective departure times



    2. Canowindra: A grain consist waits on the grain loop
    TRS19 Platinum 105100 - TRS19 SP1 (standard) 105096 - TANE SP4 (RC beta) 105476

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    Thanks Guys,
    @Roy, smooth until those 80 odd wagons in the yard came into view with process behind camera turned on.
    @Jamie, Really can't remember which way they went, but it looked better than the default path down an empty track in the yard.
    @Aaron, Honestly I was only doing 60kmh. 33 years between "Please explain speed" blisters isn't too bad. No signalling or speed signs as yet.
    cheers
    Graeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by H222 View Post
    Looking fantastic Graeme. I think the Overland actually stayed on the passenger lines while it was on Broad Gauge.

    http://www.westonlangford.com/media/photos/119768.jpg

    The Southern Aurora cars are called 'NSW SA' on the Download station Ron

    Jamie
    Thanks Jamie
    Cheers

    Ron

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    Just opposite the National Maritime Museum at Pyrmont is the Pyrmont Bridge Hotel. On a few occasions in my past life, I was obliged to shout a few workmates several rounds of beer at this pub,... so I can vouch for the quality of the Tooheys brew.

    Anyway, here's a model I knocked up today, to go on my next route.


    Cheers,
    Roy

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    X44-X43-X39-X41 hauling the loaded Apex train wait at the auto for the next section to clear...


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    Love your work Roy! Storming ahead like a big 38er mate, keep up that awesome work.

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    Thanks Aaron, I appreciate it mate. We need more Australian-style content.

    Norm: Great screenshots - Just love that era.

    Tom: And I love the X Class muscle - Keep it up mate.

    Now don't jump to conclusions from this image. I'm just tossing up whether to do another update on my Sydney layout; or scrap the idea and maybe pick another area starting from scratch.

    When you are building routes, you are not running trains;... and I do like running trains. I'll sort it out.



    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Another iconic place around Sydney is Bradleys Head, where the mast from H.M.A.S. Sydney is located. It was restored and placed as a memorial to all those men who served in the R.A.N. and the ships lost in service.

    This was missing from my Sydney route so I've created one for next time.


    I'll need to do a little gardening and clear the area so that it becomes more prominent.
    Cheers,
    Roy

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