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    Truro, Cornwall
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    Quote Originally Posted by nexusdj View Post
    Excellent shots all




    Hi Nexus, I know I created it but do you have any idea why my loco looks so sharp compared to everything else in that screenshot?
    Have you altered anything? Is that in T:ANE?

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    Nice shots all couple more from Euston

    2017-06-04 212031 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-04 211625 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-04 211725 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-04 211924 by k h, on Flickr

    @Bolivar its my sectorisation era layout basically A fictive wcml.

    @ Stationmistress yes thanks had A quick look through the other night but will get around to reading it in full.

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    Default Lazy Summer days at Dingwall

    I am slowly making progress on my transdem route between Inverness and the what-might-have-been line to Ullapool via Dingwall. Track is laid between Dingwall and Garve. Here in pre-grouping days one of edh6's Highland Jones Skye Bogie 4-4-0s bring the morning Ullapool train to Dingwall and captured just north of the junction with the far north line. There is a lot of scenery to do but I feel like posting something to convince myself that I am making some progress.



    New shot with different consist and including the bogies!
    Last edited by borderreiver; June 7th, 2017 at 05:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borderreiver View Post
    I am slowly making progress on my transdem route between Inverness and the what-might-have-been line to Ullapool via Dingwall. Track is laid between Dingwall and Garve. Here in pre-grouping days one of edh6's Highland Jones Skye Bogie 4-4-0s bring the morning Ullapool train to Dingwall and captured just north of the junction with the far north line. There is a lot of scenery to do but i feel like posting something to convince myself that I am making some progress.
    Very nice! Hopefully SP2 will fix the disappearing bogies...


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    I had a suspicion it was a micro-lag with the video card, even though it is 4Gb Nvidia GTX970! I tried the shot again and took five attempts to get the bogies back in shot. Changed the train consist too. Good catch edh6, if it is a TANE "feature" I do hope that SP2 fixes it.
    Last edited by borderreiver; June 7th, 2017 at 05:05 PM.

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    Excellent shots all

    Quote Originally Posted by LMS_MAN View Post
    Hi Nexus, I know I created it but do you have any idea why my loco looks so sharp compared to everything else in that screenshot?
    Have you altered anything? Is that in T:ANE?
    I think its a combination of TANE settings and also the picture host (Flickr) as they add some sharpening when an image is shown at a reduced size .

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    I've been trying to get my content working on TANE. Still got some things to fathom out, though (I used Hellifield Station from S&C and it's apparently got an invalid mesh file in TANE).

    I've gotta admit it makes the environment look so beautiful, and that's without playing around with graphics settings too much.

    East of Méxeter Junction Station on the South Coast Mainline. In the background is Méxeter No.1 Tunnel, and after this is Méxeter station and junction.


    A pair of Class 66s haul a large amount of ballast towards Lydham. Screenshot taken on West Ranch.



    Silver Bridge on the South Plains Suburban Line. This is based on the section of the recently electrified Manchester-Liverpool Railway near to Eccles, where the railway runs alongside the M602 Motorway.

    Now the question is, after spending months on this, do I bother starting again, or do I just change Hellifield station for something else? It's a fictional route so it doesn't really matter what station I use, however I've picked up some nice methods of texturing which make we want to start from scratch.

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    2017-06-17 154214 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-17 154235 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-17 154814 by k h, on Flickr

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    Very nice. I like the content in the 3rd image.

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    Default Through Coaches for Kingston Upon Hull

    The eastern outskirts of Hull in the 1920s sees LNER D21 class 4-4-0 no. 1243 bringing a through coach portion from Kings Cross as part of a Doncaster to Hull train made up of a variety of gangway and non-gangway coaches. In the modern era, Hull has several direct expresses daily between Kings Cross and the port city. For much of its existence, the railway has not provided direct express trains. During the pre-grouping and LNER eras passengers travelling between the capital and Hull largely had to rely on through coaches attached to ECML trains bound for/coming from either West Yorkshire or Newcastle, detached/attached at Doncaster. In the 1920s all the coaches on the train were of pre-grouping origin. Andi06's LNER BTKs stand in for Gresley GNR-era BTKs and I have thrown in an ex-GCR Barnum Saloon 3rd to give some flavour of the variety. The latest Gresley build LNER coaches were not assigned to these workings. An ex-GNR BCK was usually one of the brake ends and a Howlden-era ex-GNR non-gangway BT often made up the other! The Howlden BT would be detached at Hull and worked back to Kings Cross overnight, probably mainly for parcels traffic. The evening Up BT departure was not an advertised passenger service and despite being discouraged from selling tickets, the clerks did sell them, with a quiet word to the intrepid passenger to change at Doncaster! This was because the BT would lie over at Doncaster for an hour, waiting to be attached to a mix of vans and coaches from various parts bound for London overnight, which was reached at 2:45 a.m.

    The rear part of the train is made up of ex-NER non-gangway coaches, of 49ft and 52ft lengths, including two clerestories which ran on a diagram between Sheffield and Hull. The composite running between the two BTs has lavatory provision (CL). Doncaster shed had little to do with these trains. Hull Botanic Gardens had several ex-NER 4-4-0 classes and would soon get Gresley D49 4-4-0s while ex-GNR or GCR locos from Sheffield would also appear.

    As ever, a lot of detailed information is thanks to sources such as Steve Banks.

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    Today's progress.

    2017-06-18 172952 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-18 172625 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-18 172642 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-18 172745 by k h, on Flickr

    2017-06-18 172759 by k h, on Flickr


    2017-06-18 172815 by k h, on Flickr

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    Three shots in the countryside south of Ipswich on my WIP route.

    Crossing the A14:


    Passing Chapman's Grove:


    Near Bourne Bridge:


    R3

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    Quote Originally Posted by exton32 View Post
    Hi mate, lovely shots. Where did you get that footbridge over the station from?

    Top shots all. Paulzmay's road kit is fantastic isn't it?

    Jamie



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