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

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    That's beautiful work Ian. the

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    Great work Ian. It is looking really good. I can feel the chilly air from here!!
    Richard

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    #1872 - Amazing work Anne! I noticed Brunel's masterpiece cruising the coastline - a great shot indeed!


    MSWJR (1950's):


    Some more screenshots of my route. This time of the model Camscott made that I myself commissioned - the LSWR T9.

    No. 30121 is taking the usual stopping route to Ogbourne with a rake of Bullied Mk1 Coaches.

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    The MSWJR is seeing green as No. 30861 rushes to Savernake with a set of green BR MK1s. That train spotter however is seeing nothing but smoke! He probably should've stepped to the side a bit..

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    Tanker46
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanOHoseason View Post
    I have been "off the grid" for a while, and moving to a new PC machine. I hope to upload Riccarton Junction soon, and am currently finishing off detailing and testing.
    Here are some progress shots:
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    My aim is to portray the wildness of this beautiful area, and relive a bit of trainspotting in the process.

    Best wishes
    Ian
    Looks good!

    Please, two questions: Will it work in T:ANE (I note TS2019 in your timeline)? If so, can it be merged with respect to the correct (ish) geographical locations, with borderriever's Bellingham to Reedsmouth layout?

    Thanks,

    Rob.

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    Thank you for the kind remarks.
    Sorry, Rob, it was begun in TANE, but the vast majority of the work including PBR textures is for 2019.
    Actually, The main line runs from Steele Road in the south to Whitrope Tunnel in the north. The Border Counties Branch is modelled as far as Saughtree station. There would be a gap of a few miles to Borderreiver’s Bellingham station, but I have successfully merged the two and run through trains using portals, to see if was feasible! At Present Riccarton Junction will be stand alone.
    Best wishes
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanOHoseason View Post
    Thank you for the kind remarks.
    Sorry, Rob, it was begun in TANE, but the vast majority of the work including PBR textures is for 2019.
    Actually, The main line runs from Steele Road in the south to Whitrope Tunnel in the north. The Border Counties Branch is modelled as far as Saughtree station. There would be a gap of a few miles to Borderreiver’s Bellingham station, but I have successfully merged the two and run through trains using portals, to see if was feasible! At Present Riccarton Junction will be stand alone.
    Best wishes
    Ian
    Thanks for the reply. Alas, I won't have the pleasure until I acquire TS2019, so not in my foreseeable future!

    Rob.

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    re all recent posts, a lot of good work from all displayed here.



    Terrible news from NZ today, I hope you are OK KotangaGirl.

    evilcrow
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    Excellent shot there evilcrow and, yes, dreadful events happened in NZ today.

    Rob.

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    Great screenshots everyone,but indeed was that event dreadful in NZ,but for screenshots (I was playing around with the new TRS2019 camera options.) I will leave it at three since the weather where I am is bad making my internet slow...



    I also have managed to get a lighting setup that satisfies me to...
    ... failure is always an option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    re all recent posts, a lot of good work from all displayed here.



    Terrible news from NZ today, I hope you are OK KotangaGirl.

    evilcrow
    Yes I'm Ok Ken, - thanks for asking. Everyone here is really shocked though because this is the first time anything like this has happened in New Zealand.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.

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    aKP Somewhere ScR (a WIP)



    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Lovely detail modelling there, evilcrow.
    Best wishes
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    aKP Somewhere ScR (a WIP)
    Cheers, evilcrow
    Quite rare to see colour photos from that era

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    re posts #1887 IanOHoseason and #1888 amigacooke.

    Thank you gentlemen for your kind words.

    I look forward to your route Ian, great stuff.

    Amigacooke, it's an era I wish I could return to.


    aKP Somewhere ScR (a WIP)



    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Great shot. Looks like the shed fitters may need to do some gland tightening. I can almost smell the aromas of hot oil, coal smoke and wet steam.

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