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

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainboi1 View Post
    He had a few that he had to have me re-send, as I recall. I fixed the PLL assets when I first installed TANE, so I can't speak to any errors porting in there, but with assets fixed for TANE, there are no new problems with TRS19.
    Do you remember what those assets were? For me they were some locomotives and rollin stock. The stock could be fixed but the locos has several attachments that couldn’t be found.

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    Locomotives, brake vans and a signal came up faulty when I tried PLL in TS2019. I looked at them and decided I couldn't be bothered since PLL works fine in TS2012. I do wonder what the PLL team considered to be a powerful enough computer to run it though since the frame rates I'm getting with the Lite version are nothing to write home about.
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    Yes, it does indeed work well on TS12. I just wish I knew why those attachments can’t be found and how I could make use they are: a Black Five running without lamps would be awkward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hholdenaz View Post
    Yes, it does indeed work well on TS12. I just wish I knew why those attachments can’t be found and how I could make use they are: a Black Five running without lamps would be awkward.
    I suppose with some of the errors it just isn't as simple as shifting dependencies across from TS2012 as it seems that TS2012 just plain doesn't like some of the scripting and formatting of these 'faulty' assets.

    Edit: Or just change out the faulty locomotives with ones from GP Locomotives, but then they won't work with the sessions and I don't fancy editing sessions as complex as the ones on PLL.
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    J27 passing through Deerness Junction towards Relly Mill in County Durham.


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    J27 in black and white near Brandon.


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    I like the shadows of the telegraph lines on the engine Frank. At first glance I wondered what they were.
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    Semi fitted goods heading south on Middle Vale.









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    Hello Annie, yes, the shadows cast by the telegraph lines are quite noticeable, especially with the early morning time setting and the south-west to north-east alignment of the line. Some good upland shots from Middle Vale there.

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    Yes its a striking piece of countryside alright Frank. I never really get tired of running trains on Middle Vale because of that incredible landscape.

    Testing push-pull trains (SMU's) on the line to Avavoyle on Middle Vale.



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    Cracking shots all!

    Just a few from me.






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    On Brunel's Broad Gauge. A WIP.





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    re post #2188 KotangaGirl.

    Nice, very nice.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Thanks Ken. It's still all a WIP as I need to wind back the clock on quite a few things, but at least it's now possible to run trains without any problems.
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