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

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    It is interesting you mention the ex GER/LNER J20 Tanker as it is a class that gets overlooked & as you say a very powerful 0-6-0 in fact Power Class6F. The J20 is up there almost the same power as the SR S15 4-6-0.

    Annie. Yes, my pic of the tank& brake was on test trip working on my WIP route.
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    I will never have the level of wonder and amazement that your GER layouts have, but it's enjoyable for me and I think that is enough.
    Gosh Tanker now you've gone and made me blush.

    Now that I'm starting to feel more motivated to work on my projects again it was well time for me carry on with doing some repairs and maintenance along the Hopewood Tramway. My alternative history TS2012 Norfolk layout has properly settled into being installed in TANE as there's been far less problems with getting everything to work as it should as compared with TRS19/TRS22.

    Some snaps taken while I was setting up the tramway passenger service schedule.









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    Be careful running the Garratt on the Dearnby & District narrow gauge line Tanker - I used one in the original sessions for Dearnby and was grateful to be advised that it would in practice be too big for the tight curves and gradients. The Ng line was made a bit more gentle in D & District but I'd take it carefully if I were you so as not to end up in the river!
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    Little garratt like the ex TGR WHR ones more suitable then, would even make gowie& FR mallet too big as well?

    Tom

    Quote Originally Posted by neville_hill View Post
    Be careful running the Garratt on the Dearnby & District narrow gauge line Tanker - I used one in the original sessions for Dearnby and was grateful to be advised that it would in practice be too big for the tight curves and gradients. The Ng line was made a bit more gentle in D & District but I'd take it carefully if I were you so as not to end up in the river!
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    Those screenshots look fantastic Ann! The route looks great, and I like the scenario!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester1 View Post
    Those screenshots look fantastic Ann! The route looks great, and I like the scenario!
    Thanks very much Forester.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanker46 View Post
    I knew you were going to be the one to notice it Annie! It's an excellent loco I picked up from a guy who I follow on discord. I don't know if you remember me posting those Furness G5 0-6-0T pictures a while back, but that was one of his works too. It only comes in GER Black but I hope he decides to do LNER and BR Black one day!

    I do have a rather deep fondness for the D81 - or J20 depending on your preference - as it's an incrediblely interesting 0-6-0 locomotive. Before the dawn of the famous Bulleid Q1, the D81 held the title of being the strongest 0-6-0 in Britain followed closely by the LBSCR C2x Class. With the 180psi boilers of the Holden B12s and a total Tractive Effort of 29,044 lbf (129.19 kN), these locos were capable of incredible freight haulage while remaining within the confines of the GERs loading gauge. Honestly, the SECR and MR should have taken some pointers from this remarkable design! The J16 and J17 - locos that do exsist within your time period I believe - were actually used as testbeds to push the utilitarian function of the GER's 0-6-0s to its absolute limit, resulting in the greatest GER six coupled goods engine of them all.

    Ulfsweir will undoubtedly be worked on more in the future as it's small size and variety of things I can do with it provides a creative outlet when working on the South London Route just makes me want to scream. I will never have the level of wonder and amazement that your GER layouts have, but it's enjoyable for me and I think that is enough.
    It looks great, though I suspect will look better with a round top firebox!

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    All looking good Annie. I hope you are over the worst of the Covid.

    Keep up the good work Tanker.

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    Cheers, Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by neville_hill View Post
    Be careful running the Garratt on the Dearnby & District narrow gauge line Tanker - I used one in the original sessions for Dearnby and was grateful to be advised that it would in practice be too big for the tight curves and gradients. The Ng line was made a bit more gentle in D & District but I'd take it carefully if I were you so as not to end up in the river!
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    Looks like a new engineer got a little zealous and tried to take the curve at 16MPH. The police and the railway board are surveying the scene while the workmen move the crane with Ffae to pull this behemoth of a loco back onto dry land. No doubt he'll be getting the sack. On the other end, ex WD locos now owned by the mill have volunteered to haul the train back to Dearnby Junction Transfer Yards. Looks like no trains to the harbor until we sort this out!

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    But in all seriousness, these are remarkable locos. I managed to get quite a few good shots off of them. Well done Ken, and thank you!!

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    re post #5799 Tanker46

    Nice shots on the reskin. Form 1 for the driver by the look of it !!.



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    Great NG pics boys.

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    Nice one Tanker.
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    #5798. Thank you very much Ken I seem to be on the mend now. Your WHR NGG16 reskin is a lovely piece of work.

    #5799. Tanker, you are having too much fun. Really excellent screenshots.
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    WIP


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    More nice reskins, locos always look good in black. A quick nitpick though! As locos in the LSWR/Eastleigh number series the L&B locos' BR numbers would have been 30xxx not 33xxx (as carried by Lyd in its BR guise).

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