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

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    Good looking screenshots there Tanker. Nice to see something from you again. Babies and their impending arrival do tend to turn one's life upside down. Mine are in their 30's now so I don't have to worry about them so much.
    Yes I looked at that Grange and was racking my brains to think who might have made it.
    The IOW route looks good and I had wondered about giving it a try, but I'm doing my best not to get distracted at present while I'm busy with my Broad Gauge Cornwall Railway route.
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    A secret locomotive builder! Given the decline in content creators for UK content I do wish that they could be persuaded to come out of hiding and produce some stuff for Trainzers following UK content.

    A weathered Thompson Diagram 328 CK, pressure ventilated type for premier expresses. Weathered for autumn, winter and spring operation when adverse weather would have great effect on carriages.
    No. 1207 was built during 1948 along with Nos. 1215 1218 and 1224 for the "Junior Scotsman", the relief train for "The Flying Scotsman". Nos. 1226 & 1227 followed in 1949.

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    A few images in TANE.....

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    Wow those are great screenshots Neville.

    That's really well done weathering on the Thompson coach Frank.
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    Perranwell WIP, Cornwall Railway.

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    Excellent shots, neville_hill, - just like it used to be. I especially like the crab despite-its number beginning with a 4 and not a 6; - is it one from Gary Price?
    Best wishes
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    Yes, I agree, the weathering on the crab in post #2253 looks excellent - gives me ideas! The water staining on the A4 firebox hasn't gone unnoticed either!

    The LNER Thompson coach in post #2252, by borderreiver, in weathered livery, looks great.

    Rob.

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    Thanks all. Below is a shot of the 8:05 a.m. from Sheffield Victoria to York passenger service passing Chaloner's Whin Junction circa 1934. It is a Saturday, as the head of the train is made up of a Gresley BCK and TK, which are through carriages for Glasgow. The 8:55 a.m. from Leeds (New) to Glasgow Queen Street is already on its way and will collect the Sheffield carriages before departing northwards at 9:38 a.m. The remainder of the train are ex-N.E.R. clerestory non-corridor carriages, a Brake Compo Lav and Third. The Gresley carriages have only recently replaced an ex-N.E.R. BCK and ex-G.C.R. TK.

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    Thanks for the comments. I much prefer modelling the actual age of steam and that means heavily weathered locos and rolling stock, exemplified by borderiever's weathered Thompson carriage. Pristine locos seem to have the feel of the preservation era. Hence I have started on the steep learning curve of reskinning. Still very hit and miss at present!
    Yes Ian it is Gary Price's Crab underneath and the Stanier tank is also his. His work is still stunning even after all these years and his two weathered Fowler locos are among the best ever. I just wish he had more weathered versions on offer.
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    Another driving lesson for Blondie. Sometimes I like having fun with TS2019's daft collection of drivers.
    An S.E.R. Crampton and this weathered one is my favourite and is a great engine to drive.





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    These look great, Annie; the weathering works really well.
    Best wishes
    Ian

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    Thanks Ian. I have some cleaner SER and LC&DR Cramptons as well, but for some odd reason I particularly like this one.
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