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

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    not posted for a while so here are some rome me, well 10 to be honest lol






















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    Great shots!! ...one from me...


    Jan


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    @lner

    Where can I get the bridge in your 8th and 9th pictures?

    Thanks :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zypher View Post
    Where can I get the bridge in your 8th and 9th pictures?

    Thanks :-)
    There on the DLS search FMA and go through the list there are so many to choose from you should find the once you like.

    I hope this helps.

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    Thanks a lot TLBlade,

    J
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    That ok.
    and here are a few more shots from me.

    My first shot of the days was the 12:31 coal train to Norton hill colliery. Here we see and 8f with a set of empty coal wagons being crossing over Bath Junction. It can't be seen in this picture but there is a Jinty banker.

    At 01:00 we see the Jinty returning to bath after assisting the coal train to the top of bath bank. The jinty is protected by the Banker token which stops all other locos running onto the signal track from bath to midford.

    At 2:31 we see the 8f arriving at Midsomer Norton with empty coal wagons. Here we see her passing the small bank to Norton hill colliery. At the end we see another jinty banker which was put on the back at Radstock.

    At 3:17 we see a standard 4 80133 appearing from the south end of Winsor tunnel with empties from Templecombe. She assisted by a pannier tank.

    At 3:32 a we see the 4mt now with out the banker which was detached after masbury summit to run back to Evercreech Junction, running to Radstock to drop of the empties and pick up some full wagons before heading back to Templecombe.

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    Default Scarboro& whitby line W.I.P


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    Wow that very nice the screenies, AB80135! And everyone too!!!!

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    Default Faster you mad fool we're doing 8mph now. RETURNS

    With the SDJR Project on hold and the swanage branch going no where at this time. I have decided to go back and create from scratch my first ever layouts on the DLS. The Pevensey Bay Disaster routes.
    So here are some screen shots.

    Here we see a black 5 with a snow plough crossing the viaduct just south of Pevensey East Station.

    Here we see the Black 5 again this time passing through the Pevensey East station.

    At Pevensey Junction we see a Fowler 0-8-0 7f crossing over the main line towards the Pevensey harbor.

    Finally we see The lines express train The Flyer which travels from Crewe to York crossing the viaduct south of Pevensey East Station Behind patriot 5542.

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    Steamer with it's support coach passing Bellbrook (yes, I made that name up just now lol)





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    No 928 "Stowe" awaits clearance at Horsted Keynes to proceed to Sheffield Park.


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    BR Standard Class 5 73021 hard at work on shunting duties on a snowy winter's day on the Welney Wash layout.

    Gam

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    Ben that King looks exactly the same as Skippers No reskin on that then

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    Default Pevensey Winter

    Nice screenshots everyone here is a few of mine.


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    Default More of my images of Meldon Valley

    I recently posted some images in a seperate Meldon Valley Thread. This time I thought it would be best to add it to this area. The Meldon Valley is a ficticious line running in the 1960's Devon countryside.

    Below is a shot of an empty coal train leaving Port Argyle Dock.

    This shot is looking west towards Port Argyle and the main goods yard


    This scene is near the small town of Meldon which is the terminus of the line.


    A distant view of a vehicle crash at a level crossing


    The Police arrive and are talking to one of the drivers while the other watches on smoking a cigarette.


    More images of scenes to follow in the future.
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