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

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    Ex LNER J39 joining Main Line on emerging from former GN Branch line which is WIP at present. Loco allocated to 40A Lincoln at the time.

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    LBSCR WIP TANE





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    #3497 Lovely trainspotter platform snaps Ken.

    I must comment on #3489 as well. I'm old enough to remember the trams here in Auckland New Zealand so I always like to see screenshots of trams at work. When my children were growing up I made sure to take them to the preserved tram line at MOTAT in Auckland to make sure they received a properly well rounded education.
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    Wonderful screenshots Ken! It's really nice to see you taking the E6 out for a spin! So many Brighton locos! I think the only LBSCR locomotive I have yet to see in your shots is the E2s at this point! Very Excellent Indeed!

    And I'm amazed at the tramway you are incorporating into the route as well! It looks fantastic! I have been in talks with Steve Flanders in the past about working on a Volk's Electric Railway collaboration but we can't find any diagrams for the rolling stock or stations so its going to take a while. Seeing the tramcars on your LBSCR Route reminds me a lot of that project though!
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    Great shots Ken.

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    Re posts #3498 KotangaGirl, #3499 Tanker46 and #3500 borderreiver.
    Many thanks for the compliments.
    My one journey on a London Transport tram was here https://www.eatransportmuseum.co.uk/vehicles. I can just about remember the tram lines in London being dug up and removed. Blackpool double decker trams were quite fierce when the 'Ballon' type ran the full lenght of the line, I think most have be rebuilt now.
    I suspect I will get round to an LBSCR E2 some time.



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    another cheer up Annie Screenshot ... Clogher Valley Tramway / Railway Crilly Station ... A old Project I'm trying to bring back to life in TRS12 (From 2004 or 2006?) at moment as I thought atleast I would have all the items for it but was still missing a couple, lots of very old content mainly those hedges that need urgent replace, not sure whats happened to passengers but same at every station

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    Default 1939 - An A8, a CU6 CCT, Diagram 21 van and an Arc Roof set.

    Northeast England and the northern approach to Darlington in 1939. A Gresley A8 4-6-2T brings an up stopping passenger train from Newcastle. A new long wheelbase Covered Carriage Truck is behind the engine and a much older diagram 21 6-wheel van dating back to 1895 behind the CCT. The passenger set is around five years younger than the van.




    While the arc roof stock was built with gould couplings for suburban commuter services on North Tyneside within four years of building the electrification of the line rendered them surplus to requirements for passenger use on them. They were cascaded elsewhere, losing the gould couplers and a change of buffers. Most went to work between Newcastle and Sunderland, but others went to work in Northumberland with others heading to North Yorkshire. Withdrawals began before WWII but the last example of arc roof stock was withdrawn in the 1950s.

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    Former Grest Central 8G 1110 working in Lincs.

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    Hi everyone, just to let you know, if you missed my thread, an updated Lavenham in Winter route has been uploaded for TRS19:
    https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...82#post1855382

    It's set in the 1950s/early 60s, so should appeal to devotees of this thread! There's also a base session with environment and consists set up for you to enjoy and a Working Timetable for those who are into that sort of thing (follow the thread, above).

    Hope you like it!









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    Default 1912 - ECML - Castle Hills and the 8.40 am York - Newcastle

    Looking good Paul. Evidently the outcome of a lot of hard work on your part.




    A N.E.R. Worsdell 4-4-0 R1 Class approaching Castle Hills Junction with the down 8.40 am York to Newcastle passenger train. At the head of the train is the daily (Mondays excepted) 6W Van from Normanton for Newcastle. It is the newer Diagram 171 rather than the older, more numerous Diagram 21. The leading 3-compartment Van Third is a 52ft Diagram 130 of 1906, a direct evolution of the 52ft Diagram 18, which was built from 1895 to 1906. The 52ft Lav Compo is a clerestory Diagram 5, built from 1895 and the most common Lav Compo on the NER with 138 examples built up to 1905. The 52ft Third is an elliptical roof Diagram 127, a direct evolution of the NER's 52ft Diagram 14. Bringing up the rear is a 3-compartment 52ft van Third to Diagram 18. In this case the original type rather than the modified version of 1901 or the further modified version which was built between circa 1903 and 1906.

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    re post #3505 Paulsw2
    Fine shots there on a fine route, if only I could get TRS19 to play ball.
    re post #3503 & 3506 borderreiver
    Always a goodly surprise visiting your thread. One never knows what "new" loco and stock, past and present is about to appear. Just like train-spotting many moon ago.

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    Looking almost photographic there ken.

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    Super, Ken! what's the LBSC loco there? Not sure I've seen that.

    Paul

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    Re post #3509 Paulsw2
    Hello Paul. it's "LBSCR C2X Marsh Black Early" by Camscott (also BR versions), from his "Darlington Works"website and many thanks to Tanker46 for making it available as Freeware.

    Re post #3508 borderreiver.

    Thanks for the compliment

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