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Thread: UK Screenshots (Hi Res Version)

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    Hi Rob,

    Probably not, as I'm loving the features TRS19 brings and Swanage seems to run so much better than in TANE; the settings are all the same but so far (touch wood) there's no lag whatsoever so I'll probably be sticking with TRS19. Even so, by the time I get around to a stage even remotely ready for release I expect TRS35 will be out by then!

    A few more of Swanage in TRS19, showing the new TurfFX in play as well as the (IMO) enhanced smoke physics - whether they actually are or not I don't know but they certainly look and behave more life like to me!






    Cheers,

    PLP
    Building the Swanage Railway for TRS19.

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    @Ringarooma, thanks for the friendly Words, and here more UK Broad Gauge Nostalgic Impressions...

    Greetings

    Epo

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    Last few from me tonight: visiting class 37 departs Swanage with the 'C' set.








    Last shot shows 'lawn' grass - trimmed, short TurfFX. It's even got into the greenhouse!
    Cheers,

    PLP
    Building the Swanage Railway for TRS19.

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    Loving the latest Broad Gauge screenshot Epo.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.

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    I am so glad I commissioned that T9 from Camscott - it looks fantastic in these shots..

    I am getting more and more excited for the release of the Swanage Route, Parker. It looks so amazing so far and I bet once its finished it will look even more incredible!

    I am actually working on making new models of all of the Maunsell SR Standard Designs - including the N and U Classes. They are a long way off, but hopefully they will be ready when your route is ready for the DLS. Keep up the amazing screenshots!!

    Tanker46

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    Work is continuing on the Windweather Tramway.





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    153333 on the causeway at Middleway Crossing, St Blazey.


    Mark

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    In the Swanage T9 shots (most noticeably) there seem to be problems with the signals (I assume made by me).
    The glass has disappeared and the coronas are too big, does TS19 handle these thing differently?

    Chris.

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    Hi Chris,

    They look fine at my end, unless I'm missing something?


    Cheers,

    PLP
    Building the Swanage Railway for TRS19.

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    Greetings

    Epo

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    Great shots everyone. Epoche3bis4 it is a change to see some GWR broad gauge shots. That is an era gone from the world for 126 years (May 21st 1892).

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    Quote Originally Posted by borderreiver View Post
    Epoche3bis4 it is a change to see some GWR broad gauge shots. That is an era gone from the world for 126 years (May 21st 1892).
    @borderreiver, i bought a Great Western Broad Gauge Book in the Antique Shop and got a lot of Interest in this over 150 Years old GWR Railway History. And now i'm working on a little fictional GWR Broad Gauge Route .

    Greetings

    Epo

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    Great shots all!





    Bere Alston on the Gunnislake branch. A session for this line is coming to the DLS soon!


    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epoche3bis4 View Post

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    @borderreiver, i bought a Great Western Broad Gauge Book in the Antique Shop and got a lot of Interest in this over 150 Years old GWR Railway History. And now i'm working on a little fictional GWR Broad Gauge Route .

    Greetings

    Epo
    As I said before Epo it's always good to see Broad Gauge screenshots and hopefully we'll see more of your route as you continue to work on it.
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