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    It says the Selected atachment is not available anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardolucasandoval View Post
    It says the Selected atachment is not available anymore.
    If that's on the British Trainz link you may need to ask over there - be aware that the post above yours is a few years old though.

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    No i mean like the Link doesnt work.

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    There is a link on the British Trainz website search for posts by ScottAS2 or nexusdj it is underclass 350/360/395 (javelin)
    Last edited by michael.mclaren; March 13th, 2019 at 12:41 PM.

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    Couldnt find it for both users (note that im registered)

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael.mclaren View Post
    There is a link on the British website search for posts by ScottAS2 or nexusdj it is underclass 350/360/395 (javelin)

    I have just downloaded it (and the others) from this British Trainz thread;

    http://forum.british-trainz.co.uk/vi...&hilit=javelin

    from the links in the nexusdj post about half way down this thread.

    You may have to be a member of British Trainz to download.

    Scottish

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    Alright thanks for the the Link Scottish

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    Quote Originally Posted by alloco View Post
    Has anyon made the Class 395 Javelin and HS1 Yet?
    Yes and Yes. Someone else pointed you in the direction of the Javelin set, but my fully built rendition of HS1 remains unreleased on the DLS at this point - it was an early candidate for the Content Creation Program back when it kicked off many years ago, but I didn't get the support from N3V that I was promised, so it remains my personal favorite route, never released.

    It includes the St Pancras area, a large chunk of London, HS1 down to Folkestone, the Channel Tunnel, and the Ligne Grand Vitesse as far as Lille in France. I will probably never add the catenary, as catenary is just too tedious for me on long routes, so if you want to build a better route with catenary as well, let me know when you have finished it !

    I am gradually upgrading it to TANE SP3 standard, as time permits while building my current construction project. But once it is upgraded to TANE standard I intend to release it on the DLS as "DSEPR03 London to Lille". At the current rate of knots, I will get it onto the DLS late this year.

    If you want to chat about it, send a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDLOVER777 View Post
    im planing to create hs1, lgv nord, hsl 1 and the channel tunnel on trs 2006
    Oh? All of LGV Nord? What about the Paris end?

    And why on TRS2006 ? Personal preference?

    The Lille to London section I have had for years in my personal route collection and will release it later this year onto the DLS I hope - but at TANE SP3 standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amtrak2041864 View Post
    Yes, do that. Finally a high speed line in trainz
    Yeah, the dearth of high speed lines puzzles me too. I intend to release my version of HS1/Channel Tunnel/LGV Nord (to Lille) later in the year. I'll add you to the list of people I notify when I do so.


    EDIT - Ok, I just noticed the age of this thread. Bummer.
    Last edited by anathoth71; March 19th, 2019 at 05:26 AM.

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    anathoth71, It may be an old thread, but your news is exciting! Looking forward to your release!
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    There's also a model of the original Eurostar (Class 373) on British Trainz.uk and a different version (light purple roof) of the same model on Trainz Pro Routes and I forget the names of those who made it. Let's not forget these Eurostar models besides just the early TGV SE (PaintShed) one from the DLS even though they're all in the original livery despite the logos on the two non-DLS ones I just mentioned. I did make a private reskin of the ICE 3 to be my Eurostar E320 and just using that until someone makes a very accurate Siemens Velaro D model since I'm a huge fan of the Velaro (ICE 3) family.




    TIP - I also would like to share a cool tip for improving the sounds of the original Eurostar models (Class 373 only) and this is one I've tested myself. Just use "<kuid:404575:100185> BR 143 Tracksound" by cj187 for the bogey sounds of the Eurostar carriage bogeys. The TGV SE based paintshed model should only have cloned bogeys to avoid making the original TGV SE trailers sound like the Eurostar while other Eurostar trailer models can have their bogeys modified. This way, they can have that unique "zoom zoom zoom" noise when they fly by at high speeds. This may not be 100% accurate, but a close stand-in until someone makes a more accurate bogey sound if they want to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainmaster189 View Post
    There's also a model of the original Eurostar (Class 373) on British Trainz.uk and a different version (light purple roof) of the same model on Trainz Pro Routes and I forget the names of those who made it. Let's not forget these Eurostar models besides just the early TGV SE (PaintShed) one from the DLS even though they're all in the original livery despite the logos on the two non-DLS ones I just mentioned. I did make a private reskin of the ICE 3 to be my Eurostar E320 and just using that until someone makes a very accurate Siemens Velaro D model since I'm a huge fan of the Velaro (ICE 3) family.
    Yes a good E320 would be awesome. There used to be a website called LaFrance Entrains that made an excellent TMST Class 373 set as payware, but I can't find their website now as www.lafranceentrains.com seems to have been taken over by someone else. I hope they haven't gone bust, they made excellent French stuff. If I can find out where they went to I will post accordingly.


    EDIT: Never mind, I just found this thread on the subject https://forums.auran.com/trainz/show...franceentrains

    I think I'm gonna cry.
    Last edited by anathoth71; March 19th, 2019 at 09:20 AM.

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    I felt a bit disappointed at how bad the front was modeled when I bought it here’s a pic on mine to show you the inaccuracy:

    https://imgur.com/czqVaV1


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