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

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    More 'Northiam'. With thanks to Edh6 for the snowplow.

    Last edited by KotangaGirl; February 12th, 2019 at 06:54 PM. Reason: more to say
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    More 'A Kentish Winter'.





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    re last pics from KotangaGirl

    Annie, very nice in the snow those locos, they look mighty fine indeed.

    aKP Somewhere ScR (a WIP)








    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Speaking of 'mighty fine' you've posted three excellent screenshots yourself Ken.

    This thread has been so quiet lately I was starting to get worried that everyone had been kidnapped by aliens.
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    I've been busy route building, and it's nearly ready for launch

    As usual this thread has some mighty fine shots in it to provide inspiration.

    Annie, 2 weeks ago my little bungalow was surrounded by the white stuff and it was very, very cold, all very pretty until it thaws and makes a mess.
    Didn't bother me though, being a hermit with a PC

    Here's a taster of my little route with masontaylor's wee BnB cottages..
    No PBR or TFX used.

    Graham,
    EM Modelz


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    Very nice indeed Graham. I love all the detailing around the houses.

    More from 'A Kentish Winter'. Trains passing at Northiam station.



    'Northiam' (the engine of that name) heads towards Robertsbridge.

    Last edited by KotangaGirl; February 14th, 2019 at 06:30 AM. Reason: added a picture
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    Nice shots Annie

    I've been busy making a Mill and Factory unit out of masontaylor's factory kit parts.

    A little Holden tank shoving some BR vans around to the loading bay..



    The imposing fascade of the Mill..




    Mill and worker's houses..

    Last edited by euromodeller; February 15th, 2019 at 09:52 AM. Reason: Added extra screenie
    Graham,
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    re last posts, lots to inspire.

    aKP Somewhere ScR (aWIP)



    Cheers. evilcrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by masontaylor View Post
    Epo

    Thanks for using it!

    Again I'm wondering if it's looking just a bit dark for a rural setting: I was really thinking of heavily smoke-ridden Scottish Central Belt industrial areas when I was preparing that particular texture.

    Not a problem though - once I've fought my way through another set of configs, I'll make a (slightly) lighter set in the same stone.

    Cheers,

    m
    masontaylor, thank you for those (slightly) lighter Old Factory Kit 5 ,

    and very nice Pictures all.

    Greetings

    Epo
    Last edited by Epoche3bis4; February 15th, 2019 at 07:14 PM. Reason: Text corrected

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    Masontaylor's factory kits are a great gift to the Trainz community. I'm using the old factory kit in a beta brick version at Windweather Harbour (Norfolk) and the buildings are just plain amazing.

    That is one huge mill complex Graham. A real touch of the 'Dark Satanic' going on there.

    And the 'old' series of kit buildings look great in your rural location Epo.

    I love the 'unperturbed passing of giants' vibe you have going on in your latest screenshot Ken.
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    A little bit of a fictional layout of mine I started on after getting an inspiration from KotangaGirl's fictional wagon line. The line is a sleepy village route in former LBSCR Territory.

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    Tanker46

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    All good fun Tanker. Fictional railways are fun, but once a proper history and reason for their existence is sorted out they can be just as demanding to do properly as a real world prototype line. I don't recognise the Southern 0-6-2 tank engine, - who made that one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epoche3bis4 View Post
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    masontaylor, thank you for those (slightly) lighter Old Factory Kit 5 ,

    and very nice Pictures all.

    Greetings

    Epo
    Its my pleasure, Epo. Thanks for showing off the new version, which looks much happier in those beautifully crafted surroundings than the original did.

    At some point there'll be at least one more (totally different) stone texture, though I need to admit that I need to be in exactly the right frame of mind before facing the all day marathon required to set up the epic config. and new sets of descriptions and thumbnails, and there's still another brick version to deal with before that, too.

    Cheers,

    m

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    Quote Originally Posted by KotangaGirl View Post
    All good fun Tanker. Fictional railways are fun, but once a proper history and reason for their existence is sorted out they can be just as demanding to do properly as a real world prototype line. I don't recognise the Southern 0-6-2 tank engine, - who made that one?
    Oh yes! I totally agree with that. I only had one non-fictional route on the go and that is the railways around Warszaw, including Zachodnia to Wschodnia. It became so frustrating because of my inabilty to find/create the correct buildings. It's in my archives for now as a track only route and will resurface (eventually) as a different project in TRS19. It could even end up as a huge fictional UK route, too many hours spent on it to bin it.
    Every other route I am making/have made is from my over-active imagination.
    I now rely on the talents of asset creators to enable me to improve my route workflow.

    Meanwhile, here's a teaser of my small UK route that is near completion..
    There are no PBR textures used, just high quality 'normal' ones.

    Graham,
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    Thanks Anne! I've never done something fictional like this do it's good to know that it's getting along well.

    The 0-6-2T is a SR E1R Class made by Knucklesnvector. I'm pretty sure it's on the DLS in SR and BR liveries. It's a small line so the lonely E1R operates the line on it's own, but the workloads are getting heavier so the "management" has put in a request to the SR for another locomotive - let's hope it goes through!

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    Tanker46
    Last edited by Tanker46; February 17th, 2019 at 12:02 AM.

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