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    Evilcrow,
    Amazing screenshots, as always! I especially like the second shot. I really love the look of those Modified Merchant Navy engines (I hope I identified it right).

    Nice use of white balance to "cool" the second shot down. Great work!

    Heinrich505

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    Re post #3107 Heinrich505.
    Thank you for the compliment. Please see this link re Merchant Navy locos.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SR_Merchant_Navy_class



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    Beautiful shots of these Southern Locos Evilcrow! I'm glad you are such a fan of Chrisaw's H16! It's a fine locomotive to be sure. It gets a lot of use along with its counterpart the G16 on my Cornwall route.


    Just picked up the new LBSCR A1 Terrier pack from Camscott. I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of SR locomotives! Here's Waddon and Boxhill working a double header on Angelah's Hayling Island Branch Route!

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    Evilcrow,
    Thanks for the link. It was a very interesting read.

    Heinrich505

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    #3180 That is a great screenshot evilcrow. Love the way you composed the screenshot.

    #3109 Terriers! and on Hayling island too. I've been really slack and haven't given my new K&ESR Terriers a run yet Tanker.

    In between falling asleep too often I've been busy with working on Lickey. I should have seen this was going to happen. The maps and the old photos are out and I'm working on rebuilding the layout.

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    re post #3109 Tanker46
    Thank you Tanker46 for your kind words, Chrisaw's H16s are indeed a mighty fine addition as are his other locos. Those Terriers look superb.
    re post # 3111 KotangaGirl
    Than you Annie for the compliment. Hopefully the thrash from the Garratt will keep you awake.



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    Thank you for your kinds words Annie and Evilcrow! I hope you are feeling better soon Annie. It's always a joy to see what you are working on!

    Final screenshot set for the week - on TRS19 no less!!

    With the summer wrapping up to a close, the Fellhall and Moorhurst Railway has opened up its End of Summer Steam Gala! The entire F&M Fleet has been hauled out and put in steam for this special event. On closer inspection, there seem to be two newcomers to the line up....

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    One of the newest additions to the F&M is Ex-IOW Terrier Carisbrooke! This little A1 was one of the first locomotives ever to be purchased off British Railways in 1960. Due to a lack of parts, the locomotive has been stored in the sidings at Moorhurst until it underwent a massive restoration project this summer! Now shining brightly as if it were brand new, the A1 is painted in its BR Malachite livery it wore in 1948 as it was the only Terrier to receive it.

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    The second addition is the crown jewel in the F&M's locomotive roster. Ex-LBSCR N15X No.32329 Stephenson was bought in 1961 just moments before it was hauled into the scrapper's shed. Some veterans say that the engine was saved only because the owner ran inside screaming "that's my engine you vultures!!". Due to the deteriorated condition it was in upon arrival it took some time to repair No.32329 back into working order, but thanks to the hard working men at the F&M it is back in regular service.

    Today the N15X is heading the first train of the day containing a variety of new coaching stock from Ex-Metropolitan Dreadnoughts to Ex-LSWR Drummond 54ft Carriages. The workmen have all congregated to the end of the platform to get a sight at this beautiful engine take off on its first run of the season.

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    Finally the next run of the day is with newcomer Carisbrooke and the popular CV&H No.1 working the afternoon lunch special. Both engines look a fine sight as they head out of Fellhall double heading the train..

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    I finally got around to trying out my K&ESR Terrier. It's a bit shiny. Seen alongside my much modded copy of 'Northiam' the high state of polish is a bit on the extreme side. Not sure if I like it to tell the truth.



    It certainly runs just fine though. I took 'Rolvenden' out for a run along my still very much WIP modded version of Angelah's K&ESR route to both horrify myself with how much still needs to be done and also to see how these new Terriers perform.







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    I understand your feeling Annie. I think the problem I have with TRS19 is the supernova sun oversaturating everything it touches. I'm experimenting with the environmental editing but I still much prefer to model routes in TANE.

    I'm really impressed with how nice Angelah's routes have aged over time. The Hayling Island Branch just needs a little bit of love and it will be as good as new!

    I've been wanting to ask but do you think that Angelah would mind if I added the Hayling Island Branch to my Brighton Route Project? The line joins up with Havant Station on the mainline so it would be a perfect fit for the freeware route itself.
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    Since Angela Halliday is a member of TCWW Alexander I think she would be quite open to you making use of her Hayling Island Branch. She does follow the group message board so you could ask her.

    I haven't had to do a great deal really with the K&ESR. Mainly just tidying things up and changing the trees (soooo many trees). I've made some changes at stations using old photos and OS maps as a guide, but my main aim has been to keep as much of the character of the original route as I possibly can. Once I'm happy with it I'll ask Angela if I can upload it as a TS2019 update, but it's still a bit too early for that yet.

    The lighting isn't too bad on the K&ESR, but I think I might need to adjust it just a wee bit more. I will admit though that TS2019 doesn't make it easy when it comes to the environmental settings.
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    Ah! I understand. That would probably be the best way to go about it. Once I break through Chichester I will be making my way towards Havant and the Hayling Island Branch she did is so beautiful I would love to incorporate it as part of the Southern Railway network. I have felt the same way about the KESR but I don't know if I will get to that point for a while.
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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    I always feel slightly inadequate posting screenshots after your own stunning ones evilcrow.

    Work is continuing on Lickey with me having just about completely rebuilt Bromsgrove, but I took a break to introduce a pair of 'Jubilees' to the layout. Gary Price's engines are good basic simple engines that look like they should with no 'magic' bits to go wrong and as you might have guessed I really like them.
    I have one of his unrebuilt 'Patriots' as well, but it's being camera shy.

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    Like you, Annie, I really like GP Locomotives but I think you do them a disservice by calling them basic and simple. I suppose it depends exactly what kind of thing you are looking for and all the main locomotive creators (with whom we are truly blessed) have their particular strengths. . For what I do, I find Gary's models to be as sophisticated and realistically detailed as anything available and with an exceptional range of liveries to boot.
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