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Two new service are being introduced this year at CVR the first is The Fisherman which runs every summer Saturday at 1 and serves Fish and Chips on board


And the Forester Pullman which is a prebooked dinning service which runs on Sundays

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I assume that as fish and chips were on the menu for "The Fisherman" that the menu for "The Forrester Pullman" included nut cutlets!

Apart from that some good shots Dave.

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Hi Dave,

Very tasty screenshots.

When did you build the L1? very nice model

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the L1 is in the Crosby valley stock pack i only did the one i was going to paint one in BR Apple Green but never got round to it
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Hi Mick,
In case you're not aware, there are some BATS L1s on trainsim.com. The instructions are a little lacking, but can be easily sorted!

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Hi folks,

fantastic screenshots as always!

I had recently got fed up of MSTS freezing/crashing on my Win7 PC. So I completely removed MSTS and all addons and reinstalled using the Steam4Me guide on installing and running MSTS on Win7. Needless to say it works a treat! As I am off work ill today I thought I'd give MSTS a run for it's money. So I decided to fire up the fantastic Bala Hub route and had a little drive of the humble 2P (I think) locomotive No:7806. I took some 'photos' at the end of this little work horse's shift at the last station and the shed.

I have just ordered 10 more community CD's meaning that when they arrive I almost have all of the community CD's from the CD ordering page. I feel it's the least I can do to repay the community for some brilliant content. Well done and thank you to all content creators. :D

Anyway, here are the 'photos', hope you enjoy them, keep up the good work and screenshots.

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morpethcurve wrote: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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 Click to view more informationMCLW LNER Y10 8404 [1094002 bytes] - MCLW_Y10_LNER8404.zip
File ID: 30818 Date: 28 Mar 2013 - 157 Downloads


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dforrest wrote:
morpethcurve wrote: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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And we now have it.

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You're welcome. I hope you all enjoy it; I have another couple of locos in the works that should be out sooner rather than later.
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morpethcurve wrote:
dforrest wrote:
morpethcurve wrote: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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You're welcome. I hope you all enjoy it; I have another couple of locos in the works that should be out sooner rather than later.

This would make a very interesting reskin .......................
8186 was withdrawn in February 1952. 8186 was never officially renumbered to 68186, although a photo exists from 1951 with the BR number chalked on it!
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Hogwarts express prepares to leave Inverness on the Loch Ness route.

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The Queen of Scots heads for Edinburgh



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One day maybe-They will find Lew and bring her home :D

Isnt always the thing- you line up the shot. and from no where someone gets in the way!
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The flokton and lane end preservation society`s first engine is back in action :D
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A busy day down at toddington :D
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Hi There,

30548 Approaching Lymington Town with an afternoon stopping train to Southampton.

Even displaying the correct headcode disc.



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