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Thread: UK Screenshots (Hi Res Version)

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcrow View Post
    Thank you tmz06003, BR Class 77, a fine model (now on the DLS).
    What route did you use for running the BR Class 77? I don't know if there is a Woodhead Line route available, but the model looks absolutely awesome.

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    re post #18481 car112
    Just a representation of the Woodhead route, it's about a mile long that I have incorporated in to a route that I am making, as it has Payware textures etc, it won't be for release.
    Look for "Woodhead" on the DLS and you will find plenty of stuff by "pgmetcalf". "theamir259" has produced a route but what it's like, I've no idea.
    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Well, here's me complaining and then we get a great new model. Fantastic model and screenshots!

    Paul

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    I wonder why when i go to sleep i dream of lines and circles

    (from a 'large' project)



    here's a link to a small video to put this in context here
    Last edited by Mutton; July 29th, 2021 at 10:23 AM. Reason: added link to video

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    Wonderful, my home town. Brings back many wonderful memories of Donny Shed and surrounding yards full of coal wagons.

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    My god, that's... too big haha. If you want a little better performance turn off the spline ends rotating.
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    All too easy to forget just how large some yards were. I had to add literally miles of track to roll back the Darlington area to the steam era on my extract of the built in ECML route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borderreiver View Post
    All too easy to forget just how large some yards were. I had to add literally miles of track to roll back the Darlington area to the steam era on my extract of the built in ECML route.
    The coaching at York would give me shivers at how much track would need to be laid haha.
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    I certainly think Doncaster is the most complex/crowded part that I've laid the track for but Wath Concentration Sidings and Mine area might give it a run.


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    Doncaster was affectionally known as 'forever yellow' by train crews in the steam era.

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    Special delivery! A pair of EPS Tractors haul an NoL 373 set towards Armandale for an exhibition event that EPS are running to showcase their new chunnel stock in the mid 90s


    Everything in place. The two long terminating platforms are holding the 373 that arrived with the 37s and a 7 coach set of Nightstar vehicles with a Mk3 generator van supplying power so that the crowds can look around.


    Also at the exhibition is EPS owned Class 92 locomotive No. 92040 "Goethe" the locomotive that is intended to haul Nightstar services on the UK electric lines and through the Chunnel.

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    A BR 79xxx Derby Lightweight 4 car unit waits for the off at pfx's Wescott Town station.

    Rob.
    Last edited by robd; August 8th, 2021 at 08:41 AM.

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    Very nicely done Rob, - i was wondering how you were getting on with your Derby Lightweight.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KotangaGirl View Post
    Very nicely done Rob, - i was wondering how you were getting on with your Derby Lightweight.
    Thank you Annie.

    I have made a variety of units:

    2 different power cars
    1 single, as preserved and as Test Coach Iris
    1 trailer unit to make up a 3 or 4 car unit.



    They all need a bit of tweaking before I release them.

    Rob.

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    I'm sure they will be welcomed Rob, - there's a major lack of 1st generation DMU's in Trainz.
    Narcolepsy is not napping.



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