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    weird I've seen some lines in the UK using metric system or you use both


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    Quote Originally Posted by robd View Post
    @hiawathamr: In post #17605 your first screenshot shows a junction where two lines cross each other at 90degrees. I'm fairly certain that no junction like that exists on UK railways either past or present but having said that, I'm prepared to be corrected on this point!

    Otherwise, nice shots.

    Rob.
    Sorry that it isn't correct

    This is the only reason I have it setup like that:



    There won't be room for the left side to make the grade without having it go beyond realistic grade standards...

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    Newark flat crossing http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2740089 (Nottinghamshire)

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    Couple more than I'm just noodling around with...and, gah! Forgot to switch off junction overlays (WHY can't that be a default preference?!)




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    Hi GreyAreaUK,

    Great screenshots!

    If, when editing a session, you click on Edit Session from the menu bar and go into the Quick Drive rule there's a tick box there that enables you to turn off junction overlays when starting Driver.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by PortLineParker View Post
    Hi GreyAreaUK,

    Great screenshots!

    If, when editing a session, you click on Edit Session from the menu bar and go into the Quick Drive rule there's a tick box there that enables you to turn off junction overlays when starting Driver.

    Cheers,

    PLP
    Thank you - I think my texturing is starting to improve.

    Thanks for the tip re the junction overlays - I'll try that when I next fire up the game. Tonight, hopefully.

    You know, love Trainz though I do, I can't help feeling that the UI could use a comprehensive overhall

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    Last edited by robd; July 23rd, 2018 at 08:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiawathamr View Post
    Sorry that it isn't correct
    This is the only reason I have it setup like that...
    @hiawathamr: Not to worry, it appears that there is at least one example of that type of crossing in the UK, although it's a diamond crossing, not a right angle crossing as you've depicted (see the map in steviez link):
    Quote Originally Posted by Mutton View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steviez View Post
    Newark flat crossing http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2740089 (Nottinghamshire)
    I stand somewhat corrected as it's a diamond crossing, not a right angle crossing but that may be a case of splitting hairs! Are there any examples of right angle crossings in the UK, as depicted by hiawathamr in his UK layout?

    Rob.
    Last edited by robd; July 23rd, 2018 at 09:23 AM.

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    The problem is that many right angle crossing are named diamon crossing which are different but it keeps confuse us. In the pic from "steviez" it's more a right angle crossing than a diamond one and it looks like 80°

    hiawathamr it looks really nice for your first themed UK layout !


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    Quote Originally Posted by MF01 View Post
    The problem is that many right angle crossing are named diamon crossing which are different but it keeps confuse us. In the pic from "steviez" it's more a right angle crossing than a diamond one and it looks like 80°

    hiawathamr it looks really nice for your first themed UK layout !
    Looking at the location map below the pic in steviez link it looks more like a 45 degree crossing to me (location in blue ring).

    Sorry to be off topic, I'll say no more!

    Nice shots, nice layout hiawathamr!

    Rob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MF01 View Post
    The problem is that many right angle crossing are named diamon crossing which are different but it keeps confuse us. In the pic from "steviez" it's more a right angle crossing than a diamond one and it looks like 80°

    hiawathamr it looks really nice for your first themed UK layout !
    Thank you for the kind words mate
    Yeah, just the term diamons is enough to pull up a bunch of pictures which might not go with the topic..


    Quote Originally Posted by robd View Post
    @hiawathamr: Not to worry, it appears that there is at least one example of that type of crossing in the UK, although it's a diamond crossing, not a right angle crossing as you've depicted (see the map in steviez link):
    I did look at those links, and the pictures makes it appear to be 80 degrees, while the map of it showing the location has it as a right angle.. which again won't work correctly for the usage that is shown in the picture showing the junction on the model RR..

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    [QUOTE=thisischeese;1665276]
    Superb shots all!

    /QUOTE]

    Hi thisischeese,

    Stunning shot - I've just been looking back over the thread as I do from time to time and this caught my eye. Are those trampolines available? I was looking for such the thing yesterday evening and alas, couldn't find anything on the DLS. I must have tried about 15 different names for trampoline!
    Cheers,

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    Work in progress, but getting there. Need to mix the trees up a bit, they're basically placeholders at this stage.


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    [QUOTE=PortLineParker;1690174]
    Quote Originally Posted by thisischeese View Post
    Superb shots all!

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    Hi thisischeese,

    Stunning shot - I've just been looking back over the thread as I do from time to time and this caught my eye. Are those trampolines available? I was looking for such the thing yesterday evening and alas, couldn't find anything on the DLS. I must have tried about 15 different names for trampoline!
    Cheers,

    PLP
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