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Hi Chris,
That is certainly a unusual locomotive,where would they be seen are they a works locomotive?

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It's a Sentinel DEDG (Double Engine, Double Gear) - Classified by the LNER as Y10. Two were built for use on the Wisbech and Upwell tramway, but were ill-suited, burning too much fuel under full load. They were moved over to the Yarmouth tramway, and spent most of their lives working in East Anglia. One even survived into BR ownership, receiving the number 68186, although it was never officially painted on the loco.

http://www.lner.info/locos/Y/y10.shtml

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Chris

many thanks for the reply

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cvo2010, what steam texture are you using on the shots dated the 16th Jan, looks rather effective.

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kieranhardy wrote:cvo2010, what steam texture are you using on the shots dated the 16th Jan, looks rather effective.

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Hi Kieran :) ,

I'm using the "smkvr7.zip" straight out of the box, without any modifications.
IMO the best steam texture made for MSTS.
You can download it here: http://www.trainsim.com/vbts/tslib.php? ... &fid=16813

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Thanks Claus,

Have downloaded and it looks very effective!

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Hi There,

and here realy is an old favourite.

3F Derby to Whatstandwell from Burton-Derby

revamped for Stoke-Nottingham



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Nice one Mick! :D
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Hi Danny,

I like them old

Locomotives from 1880 - 1930 were the finest years for diversity and elegance

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A Western Pacific 2-8-8-2 in the Feather River Canyon.

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Wonders if the scottish region-know maude has got as far south as redditch :D
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Just the one...

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That is a very nice shot :D
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117305 wrote:Wonders if the scottish region-know maude has got as far south as redditch :D
She's made it much further south than that! :wink:

She was at the Bluebell Railway in Sussex in 1999. She features in the more recent Railway Children film which was of course filmed there.
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Mothers day Special Diner on CVR with Alberta in charge


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