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

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    re post #2115 Epoche3bis4

    Brilliant!

    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Leadhills branch by salsify.



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    Annie!!!!
    good to have you here again
    Graham

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    Thanks Graham. I'm still having a lot of problems with being sleepy, but at least I'm starting to feel some motivation to do things with my digital trainsets again. Still early days yet, but I think if I just muck about and play trains sometimes it might help me to get myself back into things again.
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    Welcome back Anne.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    re post #2115 Epoche3bis4

    Brilliant!

    Cheers, evilcrow
    I can only agree.

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    Post #2117 - Its so good to hear you are starting to heal Annie!!! I hope your condition continues to improve! Nice shots of the 8F on the Leadhills Branch by the way...

    Camscott just released this fictitious freeware model of a proposed LSWR 0-8-0 by Dugald Drummond. Naturally I had to take it for a test run..

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    ...it did not disappoint.

    Tanker46

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    What a monster of a locomotive, - that boiler is huge.
    Thanks for your good wishes Tanker, I'm slowly getting there and feeling better than I was.

    Thanks for your good wishes too Ken.
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    Hello KG - keep slogging up that recovery hill. As for the loco...... What is the engine spec it is using? The boiler is a huge one because of the steam appetite from four hungry cylinders. I expect there are more than a few LSWR firemen in the hereafter thankful that Drummond never built it. None of those guys ever needed gym membership, they shovelled tons of coal each shift.

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    According to Haresnape and Rowledge (Drummond Locomotives) the boiler would have been identical to the F13/E14 ones which suggests an indifferent performance.
    John,
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    Some more shots from me. I'm more of a Southern man myself but I have got to say - Badger Tanglefoot really sold me on making an LMS Grouping layout. The PLL Locos look so well here!

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    And a quickie of an LNWR G2A as it races by the park. The poor photographer had to scramble back to the car after he loaded up the family so he could get his camera!

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    M&GNJR. After a being away from Trainz for too long I played trains for a while on my WIP M&GNJR layout and had a lot of fun doing it too.

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    Nice shots kotangagirl.

    Here is some yard work at Shildon. TRS 2019 trying to turn my new gaming laptop into a "hairdryer" with the rate the fans are running. West end of Shildon yard on my WIP Bishop Auckland route. A G5 0-4-4T with a local passenger train passes a newly arrived Q6 0-8-0 preparing to decouple from a long rake of empty hoppers from Newport Yard on the banks of the river Tees.


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    A shed coaling scene from my Carrachmuir WIP route.




    Heading the empty stock towards Carrachmuir station.


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    Thanks Borderreiver. I am always stunned at how huge those NER yards were. Great screenshot by the way.

    Excellent atmospheric screenshots Graham. I like the very early BR era too.

    Leaving Melton Constable and heading for Great Yarmouth.

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