Diesel favorites

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Colourful AT&SF F-units.

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Hi all
Some Scottish shots from me :D
Firstly Class 47/7 47715 arriving at Croy.

Secondly Class 107 107435 arriving at Haymarket.

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Here we have class 27/2 27209 hammering out of Glasgow Central with a ECS :D

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It is 1993 and the peace and quiet of Newstead is disturbed by a Robin Hood Line reopening inspection saloon bound for Nottingham...

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A dutch 37 calls at shotton- and the bashers dont care about the rain :D
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Great to see Western Ranger in pride of place.
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Hi all
Well with my windows 7 laptop going bang :o :o and dieing I'm back on my trusty 7 year old win XP laptop :D
Anyway here we have a couple of shots at Colwyn Bay. :D :D
Firstly a 2 car class 101 calls with a stoping service to Manchester.

Secondly class 40 40138 runs through with a stone train.

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The Class 303/311 pack - 26 EMUs for MSTS/OR covering every era of these iconic Clyde-based units. From Caley Blue to Carmine and Cream!
Available now on UKTS - File 34622
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A dmu replacement to ashchurch via evesham, and saltley have kicked out this beast! for it my lordsss :D :lol:
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D306 heads a service out of Ruddington Fields at the 2012 GCR(N) Diesel Gala:

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A few shots from the other side of the pond.

The Feather River Canyon Route by 3DTrains.

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Nice shots Claus,

I'm waiting for the next Streamlines sale to get those. An interesting class because they had quite a long and varied career, spending a good deal of their time inactive during drops in traffic demand and yet being brought back into service when trade picked up. The last of UP's obsession with large single unit locomotives, now rendered unnecessary by the power and traction devices of more modern designs.

Anyone blinkered about, or convinced that railroads are boring, should definitely get this route. It is one of THE classic US routes (in real life) and 3DTrains have modelled it brilliantly. It comes with Freight and Passenger stock (set in the Western Pacific era), activities for both, and is now less than £20 to download. Excellent detail and depth in the line side scenery and a real challenge to drive. If you've got MSTS and only ever have one railroad route this is the one to have. Loads of "relevant" add-ons of stock and loco's from earlier and later eras available for it too, both freeware and payware.

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150105 approaches Newstead on a service between Worksop and Nottingham in 1998:

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A Cravens DMU passes through Ruddington and East Leake Gypsum Works respectively on a service from Nottingham Arkwright St to Rugby Central in 1969:

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A Russian diesel with superb weathering. MSTS.

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