A quick look around Tunbridge Wells.

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A quick look around Tunbridge Wells.

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Some really nice looking shots there Kieran,keep up the good work !
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Schools class at Tonbrige Wells with a train of Hastings line narrow coaches.
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Oh! very nice Ian. are these your coaches as well?
Also I did not realise that Danny had includedTunbridge Wells West as well.
Absolutly excellent.
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Nice pic of Tunbridge Wells West.

Glad that has been included.
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Hi
Ian those Maunsell Coaches look really good,and so does Tunbridge Wells,the rate Danny is going on with route I can see it ending up at Hastings as well as Dover.

Thank You all involved in the route,the stock makers are doing a grand job,Danny for the Route and Loco's and Kieran for the screen shots.

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Danny was unable to contact Richard Osborne for permission to use his Bullied coaches.

I realized that the route would not be authentic without Southern coaches so the only solution was to build some.
I splashed out £15 on the Southern Coaches book and set to work.

The route will include Both Bulleid and Maunsell coaches appropriate for the area. but when I have completed the stock for the route I will upload versions for the other SR routes out there.

Unlike some other sims these coaches will cost you nothing.
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Thankyou very much for your dedication Ian, They will be very greatfully received in this part of the world.
Oh I only wish that I had the skills and computer knowledge.
Best wishes and happy new year to you.
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Hello Ian,
I agree with Andy thank you for doing both sets of Southern Coaches,I'm sure the Bulleids and Maunsells will come in handy for S&D and New Forrest routes.

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