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    s2 repaint e3

    Last edited by hirochi; March 6th, 2021 at 02:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirochi View Post
    repaint e3

    wow i wanna drive that shinkansen!
    btw, i tried to make that a while ago with sketch up

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    E3 Shinkansen?! Wonderful! That's another train I need for the Icarus Shinkansen

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirochi View Post
    s2 repaint e3
    I thought one of them were missing­čśä

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirochi View Post
    s2 repaint e3

    The man has FINALLY Done it volks
    AFTER YEARS, a E3 shinkansen is finally going to be in Trainz
    tho hirochi, even tho this is a reskin. we all would also be glad to have a actually E3 in trainz and that be more amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirochi View Post
    s2 repaint
    Wow, Stunning Job! All we need is slightly larger windows, and the coupler. I actually have made Enginesound of the E2-1000/E3 GTO-VVVF to jazz this up. Also I hope I'm not asking for too much.. Is this the only livery your gonna add? (I don't mind if it is) But are you gonna make other liveries like for the "Tsubasa" Services and "Genbi" Services?
    Last edited by ricardolucasandoval; March 6th, 2021 at 11:44 AM.

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    Taking a small break from DE10-making (a lot of third sector and industrial railways' versions are already finished!), i had a bit of fun with Keimei's nice DMUs on the Nidderthalbahn Route.

    KiHa 47-1000


    JR Hokkaido KiHa 40-700



    and finally, one of my favourite Japanese DMUs - the KiHa 54 "Hokkaido version"





    Quote Originally Posted by duskeyduskey View Post
    Love to see part from where I'm from, Ogikubo (Between Mitaka and Nakano)
    Ah, cool. Then this should be a more familiar sight...



    ...this probably a bit less...

    Can you guess the year (or the range of years) in wich this picture is set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMaria View Post
    Can you guess the year (or the range of years) in wich this picture is set?

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    Judging from the presence of 103 series EMU on Chuo Rapid Line tracks amidst the emergence of 201 series EMUs on both Chuo Rapid Line and Chuo-Sobu Line, it is presumed that this picture depicts the period between 1982 and 1983 (as Chuo-Sobu Line 201 series began to rolling on the tracks from August 14th, 1982, with 103 series EMUs were retired from Chuo Rapid Line in 1983 due to the arrival of more 201 series trains on the same line).
    "Prepare for the worst, even if the result is actually better than the expected"

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    @ All: Great work
    @ Jdriver: Thanks for the pics
    @ Hirochi : Thanks for the nice reskins of the S2. I like the E3 one
    @ AlexMaria: Thanks for the great DE10 packs

    Time for some Fantasy Shinkansens

    E5-2000 (Fantasy West Japan Colored E5 set) meets S2 Zero by Hirochi @ Oga Surroundings Icarus Shinkansen.

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_41_50_006 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]


    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_42_24_782 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_43_41_636 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_43_02_255 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_43_57_791 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_46_32_606 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_47_29_730 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_47_54_131 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_03_07_22_57_01_023 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    The Curving Train, on Nambu Line

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    Good shots there.


    Hazima Valley Station

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    @ all: Great shots
    @ AlexMaria

    I have a question. Now that you have done the Joyfull pack could you suggest some consist configurations?

    What Keimei or other cars are suitable to be pulled by any of those Joyfull trains. I've looked some of those Joyfulls up on Wikipedia and some trains also have rolling stock in the same paint but I assume those are not up at the DLS.?

    BTW Extra question now seeing you drove Kiha's on the Nidderthal Bahn? Did you adapt the bogies on the train because that is another gauge?
    Last edited by pagroove; March 9th, 2021 at 03:01 AM.

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    It looks like CP 3500 serie in Portugal
    Quote Originally Posted by Jdriver View Post
    Good shots there.


    Hazima Valley Station

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    It isn't though. It's one of the EMU Deutsche Bahn Uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryadwi_ef641030 View Post
    Judging from the presence of 103 series EMU on Chuo Rapid Line tracks amidst the emergence of 201 series EMUs on both Chuo Rapid Line and Chuo-Sobu Line, it is presumed that this picture depicts the period between 1982 and 1983 (as Chuo-Sobu Line 201 series began to rolling on the tracks from August 14th, 1982, with 103 series EMUs were retired from Chuo Rapid Line in 1983 due to the arrival of more 201 series trains on the same line).
    Spot on! The shot is exactly set between late 1982 and early 1983 as you precisely described!

    Quote Originally Posted by pagroove View Post
    @ AlexMaria

    I have a question. Now that you have done the Joyfull pack could you suggest some consist configurations?
    What Keimei or other cars are suitable to be pulled by any of those Joyfull trains. I've looked some of those Joyfulls up on Wikipedia and some trains also have rolling stock in the same paint but I assume those are not up at the DLS.?
    Well, for Joyful trains' rolling stock, there is practically nothing on the DLS. The closest thing that might be suitable is the Choshi Railway "Torokko" wagon that Keimei made a while ago and the "Ban'etsu Monogatari" 12 Series coaches made by Hirochi, wich should be able to act as a "stand-in" for proper joyful trains' cars.

    This reminds me, i should really make a JNR 50 Series coach pack as 70% of tourist trains uses those (well, extensively modified, but still a 50 Series at heart).


    Quote Originally Posted by pagroove View Post
    BTW Extra question now seeing you drove Kiha's on the Nidderthal Bahn? Did you adapt the bogies on the train because that is another gauge?
    Actually, no. I used the standard bogey they came with. Honestly, when running a train with 1067mm-gauge bogeys on 1435mm-gauge track, the "gap" is hardly noticeable unless you're actively looking for it. It's actually worse in the other way: running trains with 1435mm-gauge bogeys on 1067mm-gauge tracks.
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