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

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    Oh wow Marc! - that is just beautiful. Absolutely outstanding digital railway modelling.
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    Nice shots. Just want to make sure: is that route Dearnby?

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    Hi, thanks for comments, no it is a brand new module from mine...

    Just a dream for my pleasure ... and perhaps yours...

    Friendly, Marc

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    Superb shots by GIRAUD and not a French submarine in sight!

    Rob.

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    Bad weather for french subs...

    But the real war is now in offices of governements and fincial hands...


    Let's dream a bit more with trainz, before N3V blocks all french accounts in retaliation of the subs crisis...

    Brotherhood and peace friends, and keep our game high ...

    Friendly, Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by KotangaGirl View Post
    Thanks Tanker, you're far too kind. The main problem was that the engine spec for both the Dean Goods and the O1 was completely broken in TRS19 SP3, though that was a fairly easy fix as there are several perfectly good engine specs that are excellent replacements. The other faults involved a bit more work with the errors in the LM file not exactly being blindingly obvious.
    Paul from the Repair Group has added the O1 to their list so hopefully it won't be too long before officially fixed versions are available on the DLS.
    Sounds good to me! I do want to have an updated O1 done at some point but I feel it's far too soon for that - after all, they rarely ventured off their natural coal field habitats in Kent!

    Besides, Decapod's little O1 has been with me for so many years. I'm far too attached to just discard it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIRAUD View Post
    Hello from France

    A dream of an harbour in UK ...

















    Friendly, Marc
    Excellent work Marc! I love the multi-level track system you have going there! A little bit more space and you'd have room to run Steveflander's Liverpool Overhead Railway content!

    But seriously, well done indeed! I'm not too familiar with French Railways but I bet some french steamers would look excellent there as well!
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    re post #4674 KotangaGirl
    Well done Annie on the SECR 01. Looking forward to your BR update.

    re post #4679 GIRAUD
    Wonderful colour and a reminder of summer Marc.

    STILL IN TANE





    Cheers, Ken

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    Early morning at 75B Redhill Junction and 75E Three Bridges MPDs. Thank you Paul for these fantastic new additions!!

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    One more set from me - A crowd is gathering at Three Bridges for a most unusual sight! A Liverpool to Southampton Railtour is making the return leg back from its destination. Due to a landslide near Guildford, the railtour has been subverted through Crawley to travel up the London to Brighton line on it's way home!



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    Double heading the train are two future preservation stars - LYR Hughes Class 5 No.50621 (Also known as No.1006) and LYR Aspinall Class 27 No.53233, pulling a rake of beautifully restored LYR 50' Corridor Carriages. They have been coaled and watered for the journey home and will depart up the line to Clapham Junction before following the Merseyside Line back to their stomping grounds of Liverpool.

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    As the stunning excursion heads out onto the main line, the driver of No. 50621 blows a cheery whistle to C2x No. 32545 on it's way back to Three Bridges with a short milk train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanker46 View Post
    Early morning at 75B Redhill Junction and 75E Three Bridges MPDs. Thank you Paul for these fantastic new additions!![/IMG]

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    Lovely shots tanker, but where did you get the buffer stop from?

    Cheers,

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    re post #4674 KotangaGirl
    Well done Annie on the SECR 01. Looking forward to your BR update.
    Thanks Ken. I'm making progress with the BR version, but I had a sleepy day yesterday so things came to a pause. Hopefully I should have it done today though.

    I'm very much enjoying your last two screenshots by the way.

    Wow Tanker Paul has done you proud alright. Southern enthusiasts will be wanting to put up a statue to you after these new assets hit the DLS. With 75B Redhill Junction and 75E Three Bridges MPDs ticked off your list your Brighton Project is going to be unstoppable.

    And just for fun here's 'Moxbury' engaged in an important shunting task at Moxbury.

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    Decapod.'s BR O1 under test on my updated version of the Ashington branch. The Ashington branch is a good test track as it has some deceptively long gradients that don't seem much at first, but can catch you out. The test train was 297 tons and I ran tests under both DCC and the Steam Controls and all was good. In fact I found No.31065 to be a sweet engine to drive with the Steam Controls now that it has a better engine spec that isn't faulty. I'm not sure how an ex-GWR branchline might have come into the possession of an O1, but I think I'm going to keep No.31065 around for a while at Ashington.





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    Great update Annie ... well anything is possible after Nationalization there is the GWR Pannier that ended up working the SR Branch

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    The more I look into this thread the more I feel the need to spend more time in UK modelling, but first I need to finish the old tea route and get my yodelling experience finished or at least down to a level where I can devote more time to the UK scene.

    Well done to all involved here.
    Keep on providing us with the visuals and info

    Cheers,

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