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Some of the latest screenshots in this thread once again prove that MSTS is still very much alive and kicking with some superb models. They also show that imagination allows us to run what we want and where we want - as I've said on a number of occasions what we do in the privacy of our own MSTS is totally alowable!

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Here we have SWT Class 450 450001 flying through Weybridge with a service to Haselmere :D

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A Gidea Park to London Liverpool Street local service calls at Chadwell Heath in summer 1993
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Here we have class 85 85025 with a heavy mixed freight :D :D

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Nice. I do miss the roarers!
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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Thanks Niall :D :D the consist is made up from a picture in my AC Electric book of a class 85 in 1987 :D
I really love the EH2 loco and stock packs as the bring back many happy memory's of trainspotting at Euston in the 90s :o :o
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A few electric favorites of mine...

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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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NiallGray wrote:
Nice pic Niall
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Thanks Simon.

Been doing a little addition of scenery on the mainline section and couldn't resist digging out my old EH2 act. Need quality locos for testing! :D
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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Those screen shots look really good of Carlisle with some decent loco's, not boxes on wheels or shed's on wheels,with a bit of artistic license I will be using Tim's excellent loco's and coaches on the route.
Personally my favourite is a 6 Pul\Pan set as used on the Brighton line.
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Cheers Mike.

Whatever you run in the privacy of your own MSTS is up to you!

I run a lot of stuff along the line in testing, most of which would not be seen on it in real life. I find that as the locos/units all have variations in their cab views and passenger views, it helps me spot problems. My personal favourite is the EB 4Cig because its passenger view is different to most.
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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AC/DC live in Manchester :wink:

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Rugby Midland, mid-1960s:

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Tommy waits to haul a special heritage servce to clacton Ever old soldiers like to have a day out at the seaside :D
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