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Hi all
Here we have One Class 90 90003 with an express to Liverpool Street on MT Greater Eastern. :D

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Here we have ex First Great Eastern Class 360 360101 with a night time service from Colchester to Clacton-On-Sea.

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Hi all
Here we have RFD Class 90/1 90145 with a freighliner service south of Ipswich. :D



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Nice screenies Dave. Like the 90003 one.
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The 10.43 Southend Victoria to London Liverpool Street makes the call at Rayleigh staion in summer ~1993
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From the coming soon Woodhead 1960s activity pack.

Congestion at Barnsley Junction:

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Tommy, Summer 1969:

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Hi,

This pack looks like it will be as good as the first one,I found out why the vacumn brake on the loco there is a extra comma in the
BrakeSystemType( "vacuum_single_pipe" ) I deleted the comma and the brakes work fine now,all the class 76 have this fault

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NSE 321's with services to and from Southend Victoria cross at Gidea Park
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The 14.05 service from Liverpool Street makes it's scheduled stop at Wickford just before it turns left to run down the branch to Southminster
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Glossop to Dodworth 1960:

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Very nice Tim!! :D :D
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Here we have Silverlink class 321 321432 departing from Bletchley with a service to London Euston. :D

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Hi all, fantastic shots as always!

I haven't posted on here for a while as I recently got a new PC and (with the help of referencing from these forums) got MSTS back up and running, only this time on windows 7 64Bit.

After installing MSTSbin and finding out I can tweak the amount of RAM MSTS can utilise, I have it using 4GB and on the maximum graphics setting on the highest resolution. It looks absolutely fantastic. I never realised MSTS's true beauty as I've always had to run it on minimum settings.

I have purchased 6 routes from the CD Ordering page on UKTS and was very impressed with how quick they arrived and was even more impressed with the quality of the routes and rolling stock. There are some very gifted people on here and I want to say thank you to those people for the high quality of their work. Keep it up, it is greatly appreciated.

Anyway, back on topic, I bring you a few shots from my recently purchased Thames-Mersey route, I'm at the helm of E3027 with a rake of MK1's if my memory serves me correctly.

Hope you enjoy and keep up the great work and fantastic shots!

Steve :D
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27000 shows us just what she can do with 12 coaches uphill through Wortley on the 10am ex-London Marylebone to Manchester London Road in spring 1955 (i.e. 63 mph :wink: ):

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Haigh Hall Miniature Railway
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