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Thread: UK Screenshots for Pre BR Blue. High resolution warning.

  1. #1156
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    Wow Ken, I'm really amazed to see your screenshots ! They are so good, I understand why someone was mostly complaining that you raised the bar too (so) high.
    Rail4Pete

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    re post #1156 Rail4Pete
    Thanks Pierre for the compliment. Need to see more of your route, always a joy to view.

    UK............BR/ER



    Cheers, Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    UK.........BR/ER......


    Cheers, evilcrow
    Hi evilcrow,

    Can I ask what the asset is in the bottom left hand corner, the rails? I know it's a trackside asset - it's one I've used many times but can't for the life of me remember what it is!
    Cheers,

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    re post #1158 PortLineParker.

    Hello PLP

    "Additionalrails 3 track Long old" <kuid:506034:30677> by "wearprada" also <kuid:506034:306176>
    This from memory I downloaded from http://jointedrail.com/product-categ...test-releases/ from the route "Legacy of the BN".
    Seems to be payware route only now, cannot remember how I got hold of the items. (Must stop going to Wetherspoons).

    Cheers, evilcrow

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    UK............BR/ER



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    UK...........BR/ER.......






    Cheers. evilcrow

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    Many thanks for that evilcrow, I'll have a looksee.
    Superb shots as always, keep up the good work.
    Cheers,

    PLP
    Working to create heritage railways from around the UK for T:ANE.

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    RE Post #1162 PortLineParker

    Thank you for the compliment PLP.

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    UK.............BR/ER......



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    You strikes once again Ken ! Post #1163 look like the ''Titfield Thunderbolt'' movie which is a pretty good movie btw !
    CHeers !
    Pete

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    RE POST #1165 Rail4Pete

    Thanks Pierre, the Titfield Thunderbolt indeed a good film and gave people an understanding of how to save some of our railway heritage and to slow down railway closures.
    Alas in this screenshot, everyday use of the steam hauled train is gone, the DD tram in London is gone and the Pub (not London) in the background is now boarded up ready for demolition?/conversion? to rich peoples flats/condos.



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    UK......BR/ER.....





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    Great shots and the Pullman with a former LNER brake finding its way on to the head of the formation is definitely recorded in some prototype shots, right back to LNER days. If I can recall it correctly the 61ft6in steel bodied Gresley Full Brake to Diagram 45 of 1927/1928 was a frequent partner to principal expresses, at least in the LNER era.

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    re post #1168 borderreiver

    Thank you for the compliment borderreiver. I wanted to show that anything could happen on the "old" railway unlike the "fixed formation" boring railway of to-day.

    UK...........BR/ER.



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    UK.......BR/ER...



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