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

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    Bulleid was extremely good at negotiating, he could also go quite over his head as far as "creativity" is concerned, when he got an idea for something he would generally refuse to accept the opinions of others that it wasn't the smartest ting to do!

    The Q1s would have been either way, the pacifics are another matter entirely and only happened due to Bulleid's charm, Thompson was the exact opposite in this regard and very much an introvert.

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    I think you have that same kind of charm Camscott. And your models are as impressive as the prototype that they are based on!




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    There is a superb model of the SR Q1 aka 'coffee pot' on the DLS by skipper1945, both pre 1948 and post 1948. Camscott's model looks good also!

    Rob.

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    The port of Carrachmuir is not so busy at the moment and ships are anchored in the harbour waiting their turn for a cargo to go to the Hebridean Islands or maybe even Glasgow or Belfast.
    Two more ships from the Taylor Line have just arrived and have anchored in the bay.
    A busy little BR N2 steams into the station as a Y3 shunts along the quay.

    Graham,

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    Veteran J77 0-6-0T 68410 shunting a former L.N.E.R. CCT (C).



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    More NPCS stock shunting, this time J77 number 68410 is moving a dirty Thompson 63ft BG to Diagram 344. During 1947 three were built on HD bogies for the Flying Scotsman set (#10 - 12). A further seventeen (E13 - E19, E100 - E108 & E110) followed in 1948, built for E.C.M.L. van stock. During 1950 a final fourteen (E141, E144 - E146, E153 - E157, E159 - E163) were built for E.C.M.L. van stock. Several examples survived to carry rail blue.



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    Coming soon....
    BR Class 117 in dark green with whiskers.

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    Wonderful!

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    Pictures made in TRS19 on neville_hills new Work ''Mold and Denbigh Branchline'' near by the Station Mold. Thank you for these North Wales Route .







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    One from me too, in TANE this time.

    Nannerch Station.

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    @euromodeller, thanks for your fantastic BR Class 117 DMUs Reskins







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    Thank you Epo, it pleases me to see them in your excellent screenshots

    Light green versions are on the way to the DLS, then you will have 3 colours to choose from.
    I am also putting some consists together.

    Then there will be a short break from reskins while I do some work on my routes.
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    Stunning Screenshots all :-D

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    Greetings

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