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    Excellent shots all

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    Kates Hill route
    Brake Van veranda ride from Priory Road to Kates Hill ...

    Priory Road station


    Kings Bromwich


    Climbing towards Droitley


    Droitley Crossing


    Dropping down the bank towards Kates Hill


    Passing Kates Hill No.2 Signal Box


    Pics taken in 2019 but route is being built in TANE .
    Most of the route is complete but there are a few small areas of scenery that I need to finish off .
    Route is fictitious and set in the West Midlands area in the late 70's to early 80's BR blue era .
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    Superbly realistic nexusdj.
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    The steam era is very much my thing, but I do have to say those are stunningly realistic screenshots nexusdj.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.



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    Nice shots Nex and I loved the perspective you took them from!-MK
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    re post #17882 nexusdj
    Yes, very goodly.

    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Thanks all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulsw2 View Post
    Is that a class 25 in the first shot? Interested to know which version it is.

    Paul
    It is indeed! It's either

    <kuid2:69768:252:1>

    or


    <kuid:104722:250>

    I can't tell which since I can't remember how to display kuids..!


    In the meantime, here's a shot from a bit further down the route:


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    From the "modelling stuff that's at least two miles from the nearest train track" I present a wee fishing village, and what we in Scotland call 'bents' (rough-ish land next to the sea)




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    Steam Tours ends at the promenade:


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    There aint no gold in Silvertown Part 2



    An unspecified 08 takes the morning trip of wagons originating from the North Woolwich STC Cable Works.

    The same unknown 08 arrives at Silvertown Yard

    Usually a Class 105 working, 116s were known to do the North Woolwich turns every now and again. The line to the left is the start of the Silvertown tramway, in the centre of the picture the old Up line had been turned effectively into a siding, hence the rusty rails, however the old up platform was retained due to booking office being on this side. The road is very quiet, perhaps it's a Sunday evening, the two chaps on the outside the Railway Hotel appear to be discussing West Hams recent dismal performance.

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    Excellent shots all!

    Just a few from me of Class 33 D6515 'Lt. Jenny Lewis R.N.' standing at Corfe Castle awaiting the right away to Harmans Cross and Swanage:



    Cheers,

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    Looking good there PLP!

    Rob.

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    I assume it is because the way Trainz displays things but Corfe Castle does look rather large compared to real life.
    John,
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    Hi John,

    I think it's just the perspective; here it is below from bird's eye view:

    Cheers,

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