What UK rolling stock would you prefer to see in RailWorks?

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What UK rolling stock would you prefer to see in RailWorks?

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Hi guys, just doing a bit of research into what is currently in the demand spot-light for rolling stock at this moment in time, feel free to post anything that's UK based, wagons, coaches, the lot - just make sure it's from the UK and is reasonable so other people can look at this and also pick things off. Many thanks in advance for answering, it's appreciated. :)

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Any form of Mk3 based Multiple Unit would be my pick! :D
Preferably electric though ;)

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class 141, 143/4, 150, 155
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I believe there is a big gap left for some one to produce some sort of track machine, be it a tamper, stone blower or if you want to be really adventurous the rail grinder (Shameless plug alert) http://youtu.be/qdneYvMeXjc! I realise that they are rather complicated to model but it is one of the only areas of rolling stock that I can really think of which hasn't been explored in RW yet.

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I would really like to see more big-four era coaches. Particularly great would be either the Stanier or Collett stock upon which BRs Mk1s were based.

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Trams! :D

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alexnick wrote:I would really like to see more big-four era coaches. Particularly great would be either the Stanier or Collett stock upon which BRs Mk1s were based.
Me too!!

The famous "Quad-art" LNER coaches would be a challenge (now with a wonderfully restored set on the NNR).

Or the really distinctive large-window Collett coaches of the GWR?

We have loads of BR Mk1, Mk2 stock.... boring! :-)
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Some GWR clerestory coaches would go down a treat
Blue Pullman would be nice as well

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Pre-nationalisation stock of any sort ( and lets have stock if there's already an engine around ).
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Stainer and Collett carriage stock is somewhat missing from steam era and could fill in some gaps. The bigger brother 4 wheel goods vans could probably do with being filled as is modern era goods vans which are only available for a certain payware vendor as a bonus content.

Southern is pretty under represented to.

Hm. A high detail Pulleman set in chocolate and cream would would allow for some specialist scenarios aswell, if a rolling stock addon were to be made mk 1 and the newer mk2as could be made, I think there is a VSOE set being made by another forum go'er but not sure.
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i would like to see a hippo / class 175 dmu in railworks , ive grown up with these units which is why i like them so much :) 8)
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Kariban wrote:Pre-nationalisation stock of any sort ( and lets have stock if there's already an engine around ).
Totally agree with you there Simon!! We need LMS coaches for the Jubilee! Some Bulleid coaches. Teak coaches and Collett coaches!

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Class 321 would be awesome for Essex Valley. Otherwise any AC EMUS are needed
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