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  1. #3391
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    Quote Originally Posted by crisger View Post
    great work that map looks excellent Kurotrick-san very impressive you have included a lot of important and interesting stations and track. Very nice to see good work going on for the marvelous rail system of japan which as since the early 1900s has an amazing rail net and history. I also love the steam era and am working on some rural structures, temples and other buildings for older Japan. Keep up the great work

    Chris
    I agree with you, Chris. Steam was still running in Northern Honshu, Aomori Prefecture, when I was stationed in Misawa in the early 70s. I loved taking short weekend trips to the rural areas. What is missing on the DLS are small, wooden crackerboxes of stations with a short 1 or 2-car platform. When you say 'rural structures' would you be including any of those?

    Bill

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    Yes i plan to focus on rural and traditional structures for the steam era. Many can of course still be used for areas not affected by the bombing in WWII or major earthquakes such as the 1923 Tokyo Prefecture one Just have always loved the wonderful design and quality of the various types of rural houses and traditional Structures from Japan and am making the models for several Japanese Routes in several sim formats and also for MS Flight Sim FSX and Prepar3D for projects by friends of mine.

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    Childhood memory. The dream train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurotrick View Post
    Childhood memory. The dream train.
    Nice. I regard the 0 model as a timeless classic. Sad that it is not running anymore. Also sad that that they only have stored examples in Museums and not a preserved full set. They could have easily made a nice 'Joyfull' train out of it.

    Glad on the other hand that Trainz gives you the chance to ride this beauty. Now on topic. Did you notice some cockpit weirdness in TANE with this train. When switching from the primary to the secondary views with the ] key some part of the cockpit is sticking out.

    Also it would be nice if the instrument panel had an animated needle. One can only dream

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    Indeed. It is one of the most famous trains in the world.
    Kurotrick I see you added signals. I'm sure your engineers are VERY grateful that they can go through that junction safely.
    I've finnished the track work on the Kage line The tunnel that will link it to the rest of the line found on the SIRL main layout. I'm making preparations to merge the two routes as of now.[IMG][/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railshuttle View Post
    Indeed. It is one of the most famous trains in the world.
    Kurotrick I see you added signals. I'm sure your engineers are VERY grateful that they can go through that junction safely.
    I've finnished the track work on the Kage line The tunnel that will link it to the rest of the line found on the SIRL main layout. I'm making preparations to merge the two routes as of now.[IMG][/IMG]

    Love the combo the old and e233 in the first pic. Also nice details in the town. Can't wait till you merge it and start texturing. You now the fill grid option so you can fill a grid fast? Comes in handy for making quick underlying colors .

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    @Pagroove:I haven't clicked cabview for a while, whenever i open my Trainz, it happen only to test the layout lol..
    @Railshuttle: Yes definetely... Hmm nice one, i agree with pagroove, can't wait to see that layout textured.

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    Harajuku station.. This station will be redeveloped for 2020's olympics.
    I hope JR won't destroy the original building, because it is considered as one of the oldest wooden stations in Japan ..


    Notice the unclosed screendoors? that's a bug, ignore it..

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    What ?! So the screen doors are scripted and open/close synchronized with the train doors ?


    2018 - Début de fin des Z2N

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    Quote Originally Posted by MF01 View Post
    What ?! So the screen doors are scripted and open/close synchronized with the train doors ?
    sure thing

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    Here are some of my latest works: Hornsounds!

    1) JNR Locomotive Hornsound

    A Whistle for all Japanese locomotives, both diesel and electric, passenger and freight, for example:


    EF81 (by Auran), EF64 (by Hirochi), DD51 (Kenchiro)

    Download
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Vk...DHa9hGzLjYzkg7

    2) JR West musical hornsound for commuter and rapid service EMUs, for example:


    225 series and 321 series (By Keimei), 223 series

    Download:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fo...lLZl2QVGLI49S_


    2) JR West 3-tone musical hornsound for limited express EMUs, for example:


    681 series, 683 series

    Download
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cR...kT8GOatiFx77_g

    4) Hornsound for JNR-era Express EMUs, for example:


    485 series (by Kenchiro-Hirochi), 583 series.

    Download:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1l4...-X60-rvSRPoG7Y

    All the JNR Hornsounds as a "bell" have the classical JNR telephone-style departure chime, while the JR west ones have a silent bell.
    Last edited by AlexMaria; January 11th, 2018 at 09:08 AM. Reason: Fixed an issue on the JNR Expres EMU hornsound, also found and fixed a similar issue in the JNR Locomotives' hornsound.

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    @ Hirochi,

    Arigato for those new trainz. It is always a pleasure to download a new train from you.

    @ Alexmaria

    Nice will check it out. I also made a hornsound for the 485 Which I use privately now. I am curious if your horn sound is the same or different. Will check it out. .

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    Nice route Faishal, thanks for sharing it with me

    Thanks also to Rizky Putra & Kurotrick for their dependencies

    And also all the available content in DLS

    The atmosphere of the afternoon sky


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    Rushing through the old Tokyo
    1950?

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