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Thread: Screenshots of European Trains

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    I'l reply you in a moment, Lapuce.
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    Ciao Rox,

    i really miss your screens, lost with the earlier Forum... Maybe You may send some again to remember the Lost in Venice screens, probably the best ones i've ever seen.

    I wish You and for all Merry Xmas and Happy New Year!

    @sp4wnik: really thank You for your words. I hope You were lucky enough to see some screens from Rox, RoyMac, Gerok, GOR, Kostilj, ConnyXY or Iceman2117 too, just to mention some very good authors (and sorry for stopping with the names , there are of course much more).

    Cheers:
    Sura

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    Don't forget Darkdan,my favorite routebuilder..Merry Xmas to you all..
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    Quote Originally Posted by huubbaar View Post
    Merry Xmas to you all..
    Thats, what I wish You all too.
    A blessed Cristmas Time for You and Your Family.

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mavisbg View Post
    Actually, I think I have some idea about how this result was "obtained" : continuous satellite maps are actually made of a mapping of many pictures and probably the border between two of the pictures making this view is where the second train is cut... When the second one was shooted, train had gone !!

    In any case, I like this picture and will save it
    Look at the Pic below, It looks like the ICE is hooked up exactly the same way, it hard to see but loook at the windows and red strip.....Or is that 2 ICE trains hooked together?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorking View Post
    Or is that 2 ICE trains hooked together?
    Yepp! That's it.
    It looks like the new ICE route from Nureberg to Munich.

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    Cheers:
    Sura

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    Yes Sura I saw all screenshots, but Your and Vendel maps are the best for me, Your maps have that something... that climate... if You want to see my maps please go to: http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showthread.php?t=892 and http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showthread.php?t=1177 they're not that good as Your maps but I think is worth to see them :P merry christmas all i almost forgot... I'm very sad that content You're using to build Your maps is not available i think it's a greatest stuff I've ever seen :]
    Last edited by sp4wnik; December 23rd, 2006 at 06:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sura View Post
    Dear Sura,
    This is a screenshot-Thead, not a Thread for real photos.
    Last warning.

    Btw.: You present a lot of very good fotos but when can we get it - as an trainz map. :rolleyes:

    Ich mag alte Züge. / I like old trains.

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    TGV's are normal to run as a double unit, thats how they move so many people around at 186mph
    A double length TGV:


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    Es atgriezos -



    Last edited by Kostilj; December 26th, 2006 at 05:51 PM.

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    VERY NICE KOSTILJ,great atmosphere...
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    Good morning FSP,

    Quote Originally Posted by FSP View Post
    ...You present a lot of very good fotos but when can we get it - as an trainz map...
    The answer is quite simple: i build very slowly. See the attached map:



    The ready part of the layout was built in more than 3 months. I think it will take another half a year (at least! ) to finalize this layout. The only advantage of this low construction speed, that i may build the necessary objects, if something is missing. I use only Hungarian and FMA.objects. The framerate now is always above 25 fps. My goal is to make a layout without alpha-bugs, caching problems and where-is-the-object-effects . It is not that easy.

    If everything is running according to my plans, you will get a compact layout, inclusive all objects present on the map.

    Cheers:
    Sura

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    Sura, you are the TRS EU master Please, take you time, things are best that way

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    Good evening, some pics from a small route I'm working on ...







    [IMG]http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c291/msdejesus/INVIERNO/89.jpg
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    I hope you like them,

    Cheers
    Ars longa, uita breuis.

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