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Thread: UK Screenshots (Hi Res Version)

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    A few images from the Dearnby & District Trainspotter Session:

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    Park Lane 3rd rail







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    Excellent shots all

    INTERCITY charter at York



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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusdj View Post
    Excellent shots all

    INTERCITY charter at York


    excuse me where did u get the class 90?????? and the dvt too???

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    The class 91 is a personal reskin of Peter Hicks class 91 .

    The Intercity swallow Mk4's and matching DVT where available from Peter's website but that closed down a while back .
    They are however available to download from the wayback machine website but the downloads can be temperamental at times :

    https://web.archive.org/web/20080916...z/gnermk4.html

    You also need the dependency pack on the same page as the Mk4 downloads (its the download at the very top) :
    Mark 4 coaching stock attachment pack. These files include useful attachments (like bogeys) for the Mark Four coaching stock, and are required regardless of the livery selected.
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    SWR livery. Given the similarity of WEN's class 477 to the 442 I went with that version of the livery as a base. It actually looks quite presentable without the stripy texture or the 10 foot high logos!


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    Great shots all!





    Added TurfFX to the Newquay branch, it's amazing how much more realistic fields look, seen here at Roche. The "Cornish Alps" are in the distance as they are known locally, waste hills from the china clay industry in mid Cornwall.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mightyena View Post
    It actually looks quite presentable without the stripy texture or the 10 foot high logos!
    They have those ten foot high logos on the MBSO! Got on one today as they finally ended up on the Pompey direct (yay!).



    One for you Mightyena, since I am not much on the forums these days, but spend too much time on Guildford station, possibly with a white bat and hoping the guard hears my whistle (or sometimes not as the case may be.) I've been working on this for a while and one of the Facebook groups I'm signed up to has seen it a lot, I've had some positive comments and some positive comments from a few work colleagues, some who have their feet firmly in the DTG Train Simulator crowd.

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    Here i am with some screenshots i've took yesterday;


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    Are you feeling alright borderreiver?????

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    Yes Peter, I am. Just running some trains and doing some experimenting with my photo software effects - the one above is what they call "cross-process" which I believe came in around the 1960s.

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    A southbound push/pull passes a northbound engineers train at Dalmeny junction.


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