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    The lastest stop I made on my route. Overhead is the Dobbs ISland Airport Express and freight line.

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    Anyone able to create one of the DeKi or ED units that some private railways have? Like, Chichibu for instance?
    Would be nice as a freight and maintenance loco for a private Japanese railway setting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pasha2 View Post
    Anyone able to create one of the DeKi or ED units that some private railways have? Like, Chichibu for instance?
    Would be nice as a freight and maintenance loco for a private Japanese railway setting.
    I can try, after all, these are quite simple locomotives to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    I can try, after all, these are quite simple locomotives to make.
    Well, you can give it a shot if you want, would be nice.
    I have a heavy WIP railway that has a private railway setting, that takes place in a city and mainly uses hand-me-down stock like former JNR 103s, Tokyuu 5000's, kiha 40's, etc.
    Though, most of the assets I use for this are keimei's assets, primarily due to the textures that I find appealing in a retro-game like manner, and yes I am indeed using keimei's catenary JP IT series for this, so I would like a private railway electric unit that has pantographs that find under keimei's catenaries.
    Nevertheless, take your time if you want to build it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pasha2 View Post
    Anyone able to create one of the DeKi or ED units that some private railways have?
    Is an ED15 alright?



    I already have a few reference images and a semi-completed 3D model ready.

    These were built by Hitachi in 1926 in 3 units for the JGR, and ran until 1959.
    Similar locomotives were also delivered to private railways: Fuji Minobu Railway (acquired by the JGR in 1941, nowdays it's the Minobu Line of JR Tokai) bought 3 locomotives (Class 210, when transferred to JGR they became Class ED21), Nambu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1944, nowdays it's the Nambu Line of JR East) bought 4 locomotives (Class 1001, when transferred to JGR they became Class ED34 and later ED27, and one unit was sold to Gakunan Railway in 1969) and most importantly, Nagano Electric Railway, wich bought 3 locomotives (Class ED5000, wich were used until 2006).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    Is an ED15 alright?



    I already have a few reference images and a semi-completed 3D model ready.

    These were built by Hitachi in 1926 in 3 units for the JGR, and ran until 1959.
    Similar locomotives were also delivered to private railways: Fuji Minobu Railway (acquired by the JGR in 1941, nowdays it's the Minobu Line of JR Tokai) bought 3 locomotives (Class 210, when transferred to JGR they became Class ED21), Nambu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1944, nowdays it's the Nambu Line of JR East) bought 4 locomotives (Class 1001, when transferred to JGR they became Class ED34 and later ED27, and one unit was sold to Gakunan Railway in 1969) and most importantly, Nagano Electric Railway, wich bought 3 locomotives (Class ED5000, wich were used until 2006).
    That ED15 would definitely be nice, and would also be great for a 1950's or earlier railway setting alongside some steamers, or a heritage railway setting too.
    That and perhaps one built in the 1950's/60's? Like the ones still in service. Both that and the 50's 60's build suggestion will work.
    That opens up the possibility that my private railway could have acquired 1 or 2 of these units, alongside some 50's 60's builds for freight services.


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    Guys I wanted to ask.
    There is this track item made by JMA and the name is JMA SHINKANSEN TUNNEL B1.
    that is not a tunnel item which doesn’t work like a tunnel. But when ever I tried to put a terrain through the tunnel, it doesn’t seem to work like a normal tunnel?
    so how exactly do I use this track item for?

    oh and also I am making a extremely long test track for shinkansens.
    And it doesn’t have any buildings etc because I need to reduce lag and is good for people playing TANE on a not really good computer.
    Should I add JMA SHINKANSEN STATION V2 JPN?
    is one of the station that was used in Electro Island made by pagroove
    normally the station now can fit 28 cars but the JMA station can only fit around 16 cars...
    so should I add it or not?
    Last edited by rowletmaster; November 20th, 2019 at 10:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowletmaster View Post
    Guys I wanted to ask.
    There is this track item made by JMA and the name is JMA SHINKANSEN TUNNEL B1.
    that is not a tunnel item which doesn’t work like a tunnel. But when ever I tried to put a terrain through the tunnel, it doesn’t seem to work like a normal tunnel?
    so how exactly do I use this track item for?

    oh and also I am making a extremely long test track for shinkansens.
    And it doesn’t have any buildings etc because I need to reduce lag and is good for people playing TANE on a not really good computer.
    Should I add JMA SHINKANSEN STATION V2 JPN?
    is one of the station that was used in Electro Island made by pagroove
    normally the station now can fit 28 cars but the JMA station can only fit around 16 cars...
    so should I add it or not?
    For question 1; You can use the tunnel as a tunnel through a suburban landscape that does not comprise of terrain, and especially if you are planning to build an underground station or are aiming to reduce lag by having embankment facades and a slab spline that gives the appearance of ground. I believe Pagroove has tried something relatively similar on his route, both with the narrow gauge underground section, and the shinkansen bridge at the embankments. It can also be the base of a custom tunnel, if you want to place buildings right next to it to give the appearance of inspection/maintenance quarters, and some other assets to make the tunnel appear in different ways.

    For question 2; I don't really know which one produces less lag, so I can't unfortunately help you there.


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    Did anyone ever figure out the error with some consists appearing in Surveyor but not in Driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince271088 View Post
    Did anyone ever figure out the error with some consists appearing in Surveyor but not in Driver?
    Never came across that. Ever. Which version does this bug appear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince271088 View Post
    Did anyone ever figure out the error with some consists appearing in Surveyor but not in Driver?
    Have you tried Zooming In and Out? It may work

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    No some of the trains literally don't load in Driver. I found it with one of the Shinkansens (I'll have to find it again) and also the MagLev.

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    @pasha2 here are the completed ED15s:



    The Class ED15 was built in 3 units by Hitachi in 1924 and entered in service for the Japanese Government Railways in 1926.
    Based on locomotives imported from the United States (ED11 and ED14s made by General Electric), Switzerland (ED12 made by Brown-Boveri et cie.) and the United Kingdom (ED13 made by North British Locomotive co., with electrical components made by English Electric), the ED15 was Japan's first domestically-produced electric locomotive.

    they entered service in 1926, hauling freight trains on the newly-electrified Tokaido Line from Tokyo to Atami, but were relocated to the Chuo Line (and assigned to Hachioji Depot) in 1932, altough rare, sporadic services on the Tokaido Line continued until the retirement of the three locomotives in 1959-60.

    Hitachi also built similar locomotives for some small private railways: the Fuji Minobu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1941, nowdays JR Tokai's Minobu Line) bought 3 locomotives (Class 210, reclassified as ED21 following the transferral to JGR, ED21-1 retired in 1959, and the other two were retired in 1973), Nambu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1944, nowdays JR East's Nambu Line) bought 4 locomotives (Class 1001, reclassified as ED34 and later as ED27, they were retired in 1971) and Nagano Electric Railway, wich bought 3 locomotives (Class ED5000, two were sold to Echigo Kotsu in 1970 as they became surplus, following the acquisition of two then-brand-new Class ED500 locomotives from the closed Jozankei Railway in Hokkaido, wich Nagaden reclassified as ED5100 and remained in service until 1979, when they were sold again to Echigo Kotsu. Following the abolition of freight services on the Nagaden, the sole remaining Class ED5000 locomotive was rarely used, mostly for empty stock movment or maintainance trains, and was withdrawn in 2006, after 80 years of service!).

    As of today the only ED15-type locomotive preserved (Nagaden's ED5000 was scrapped in 2017!) is ED15-1, wich is considered a national monument (being the first domestically-produced electric locomotive), and it's preserved at the Hitachi factory of Hitachinaka, Ibaraki prefecture.

    Author's note:
    I admit i wasn't at the fullest while making this model. I still have to familiarize with my new computer (also due to the lack of reference images for the textures), so i think i will improve this model in the future.

    DOWNLOAD
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Gr...QdSvaONPA1Aipc

    This .rar contains three versions: JGR (1926 to 1949), JNR (1949-1959) and Nagaden (1927-2006).

    Last edited by AlexMaria; November 21st, 2019 at 04:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    @pasha2 here are the completed ED15s:



    The Class ED15 was built in 3 units by Hitachi in 1924 and entered in service for the Japanese Government Railways in 1926.
    Based on locomotives imported from the United States (ED11 and ED14s made by General Electric), Switzerland (ED12 made by Brown-Boveri et cie.) and the United Kingdom (ED13 made by North British Locomotive co., with electrical components made by English Electric), the ED15 was Japan's first domestically-produced electric locomotive.

    they entered service in 1926, hauling freight trains on the newly-electrified Tokaido Line from Tokyo to Atami, but were relocated to the Chuo Line (and assigned to Hachioji Depot) in 1932, altough rare, sporadic services on the Tokaido Line continued until the retirement of the three locomotives in 1959-60.

    Hitachi also built similar locomotives for some small private railways: the Fuji Minobu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1941, nowdays JR Tokai's Minobu Line) bought 3 locomotives (Class 210, reclassified as ED21 following the transferral to JGR, ED21-1 retired in 1959, and the other two were retired in 1973), Nambu Railway (acquired by JGR in 1944, nowdays JR East's Nambu Line) bought 4 locomotives (Class 1001, reclassified as ED34 and later as ED27, they were retired in 1971) and Nagano Electric Railway, wich bought 3 locomotives (Class ED5000, two were sold to Echigo Kotsu in 1970 as they became surplus, following the acquisition of two then-brand-new Class ED500 locomotives from the closed Jozankei Railway in Hokkaido, wich Nagaden reclassified as ED5100 and remained in service until 1979, when they were sold again to Echigo Kotsu. Following the abolition of freight services on the Nagaden, the sole remaining Class ED5000 locomotive was rarely used, mostly for empty stock movment or maintainance trains, and was withdrawn in 2006, after 80 years of service!).

    As of today the only ED15-type locomotive preserved (Nagaden's ED5000 was scrapped in 2017!) is ED15-1, wich is considered a national monument (being the first domestically-produced electric locomotive), and it's preserved at the Hitachi factory of Hitachinaka, Ibaraki prefecture.

    Author's note:
    I admit i wasn't at the fullest while making this model. I still have to familiarize with my new computer (also due to the lack of reference images for the textures), so i think i will improve this model in the future.

    DOWNLOAD
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Gr...QdSvaONPA1Aipc

    This .rar contains three versions: JGR (1926 to 1949), JNR (1949-1959) and Nagaden (1927-2006).

    Thanks, I did think it would take longer, but nevertheless, they're good!
    3 versions? Nice, would make things more interesting for settings and such.
    Do take your time to familiarize with your new PC, would love to see the v2 models. Always good to improve.


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    Question Hanshin9501's C60, C62 and D51 200

    Hello.
    Does anyone have a copy of hanshin9501's C60, C62 and/or D51 200?
    The files that I have downloaded from his website via mediafire have either missing assets or textures.
    The C60 and C62 files are missing assets Kuids 281106:106200101, 281106:106200102 and 281106:106200103 for the locos, while their tenders require 281106:106200105
    As for the D51 200 locomotive, there are 2 textures missing, with corrupted and/or characters my PC cannot read/process.
    I'm going to assume time has taken it's toll on the engines, explaining why they are broken for me.I have however heard that there are users here that have intact copies of them. Anyone kind enough to provide a download link? Also, keimei's C61 modification of hanshin's engines requires the 3 loco assets and the 1 tender asset as well.


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