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    Quote Originally Posted by euromodeller View Post
    Super shot there Nexus
    Cheers and many thanks for your class 117 reskins

    Last edited by nexusdj; June 23rd, 2019 at 01:48 PM.
    High visibility pixels must be worn when on or about the line

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    Creator of content for personal use!

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    nice shots all

    2019-06-25 040441 by k h, on Flickr

    2019-06-25 040154 by k h, on Flickr

    2019-06-25 040209 by k h, on Flickr


    2019-06-25 040235 by k h, on Flickr

    2019-06-25 040305 by k h, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusdj View Post
    Cheers and many thanks for your class 117 reskins
    You are very welcome
    It was a labour of love, I just like 1st Gen DMUs so much!
    I spotted the gap in content and it is now plugged.

    A new consist is in the making, Dark Green, Lined with Yellow Front panel.
    Should be on the DLS by the weekend.
    Graham,

    A member of TCWW

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    They're excellent reskins, thank you euromodeller.

    When you say '1st gen DMU's' don't forget the real 1st gen BR DMU's i.e. the 'Derby Lightweight' whose presence in Trainz is noted by its total absence! I would love to see a model of this in Trainz.

    So much more elegant looking than any boring DMU that came after it!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britis...by_Lightweight

    Rob.
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    Default Early Shift at Gascoigne Wood

    Early shift at Gascoigne Wood, Yorkshire. Class 56 and 58 with HAA Coal hoppers.




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    A couple of WIP shots.

    Firstly, looking south from just beyond the end of the platforms at Dalmeny station and second, looking north from more or less the same spot towards Dalmeny station and the Forth Bridge beyond.




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    A damp summer afternoon at Sowling as a 31 arrives on a local service after the DMU failed. Beside it is one of the shunters based there having just tripped a rake of cement tanks down the short branch from the cement works.

    Plenty of greenery sprouting up!

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    Default Selby Coalfield - Milford yard

    Class 56 in Coal Sector livery stops at Milford yard for a crew change on a rake of eastbound empties.




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    Default Selby Coal 1990 - A Work in progress

    A work in progress, Selby Coal 1990. Very early days. A Class 56 MGR train of 32 loaded HAA hoppers from Gascoigne Wood bound for Drax power station near Goole in Yorkshire. Passing the site of Burton Salmon station while running on the metals of what was formerly the N.E.R. Knottingley branch. The station was a two platform affair on the N.E.R. "York to Normanton" line, which are the two tracks to the left side of the shot. The station was opened in 1839 by the York & North Midland Railway on their Castleford to York line and was closed by British Railways in 1959. This is a section of track with a long history. The "old main line" of the Y. & N.M.R. ran from the Midland Railway's Normanton station via Castleford and through Burton Salmon and past South Milford towards York. From July 1st 1840 passengers from York could reach London in 14 hours, leaving at 7:30 a.m. In 1854 the York, Newcastle & Berwick Railway, Leeds Northern Railway and York & North Midland Railway merged to form the North Eastern Railway, becoming at that time, the largest railway in Great Britain, with 703 route miles. Back to "1990" - Not much scenery placed yet and probably some tweaking to do on the alignment.





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    Railway-themed Inn:


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    My VEP, now in Blue & Grey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klambert View Post






    My VEP, now in Blue & Grey.
    Looking absolutely amazing! How's it coming along?

    Paulper

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