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Post by ThinLizzy »

Just a reminder that the Simsig coddes are now out. Thanx to Richard {phat uk} for the tip off.
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Brilliant - ta steve and richard :wink:
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Post by phat2003uk »

Thanks everyone
Here they are:

Registration Codes

Because SimSig is now free, here are the registration codes for the simulations that require one.

Simulation Code
Didcot 3D4E4
Liverpool Street 4111E
Southampton 9A574
Stafford 4DE9B
Swindon 612D2
Waterloo 851D6
Westbury No code needed

P.S. Am I allowed to post the codes here ?
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Post by Blaster »

Did you get permission from the simsig site?
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errrrrr
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Post by delticbob »

The codes are given on the SimSig web site http://www.simsig.co.uk so I don't think any great harm has been done. :wink:

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Post by southcoasttrains »

I've tried Waterloo and Liverpool Street and they aren't for beginners, I got a points failiure at Waterloo which screwed things up
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Post by phat2003uk »

OK,
I won't download those ones then
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Post by salopiangrowler »

aparrently there is a 24 hour timetable coming out for waterloo set in 1985.
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Erm, are you sure that they still have a site - I just get a very unhelpful IE error of "The requested page cannot be found"? :(
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Post by solidbond »

I saw a message from Geoff Mayo, in another forum, that the site has been taken down for a couple of days, due to bandwidth problems, but should be back up in 2-3 days.
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Thanks!
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No, permission wasn't sought. I'll let this one pass, but in future...??!

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Re: SimSig Codes

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Hi

I have tried the signalling code for Liverpool Street but bizarelly, the included scenarios do not work, ie the train designator codes do not appear. Is there a hidden code I need to input in order to access this functionality please?
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Re: SimSig Codes

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Biggest bump ever hehe. From the days that I was an annoying brat... Oh dear. I can't help you with your problem unfortunately photons.
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