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:( :( :(

Surely...

This should be about Finsbury Park or Top Shed locos
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rkk01 wrote::( :( :(

Surely...

This should be about Finsbury Park or Top Shed locos
We've got 31s,47s and Deltics. I don't remember Top Shed being used as a loco depot post-electrification, rather as a freight terminal.
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315 from Waggonz? Eeeeeek! I'm going to be skint with all these upcoming releases.
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Mr395008 wrote:315 from Waggonz? Eeeeeek! I'm going to be skint with all these upcoming releases.
Don't worry, you will have plenty time to save up for it.
I think Waggonz pretty much said they are working on other things first (the 87 I suppose?)
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callum1122334455 wrote:
Mr395008 wrote:315 from Waggonz? Eeeeeek! I'm going to be skint with all these upcoming releases.
Don't worry, you will have plenty time to save up for it.
I think Waggonz pretty much said they are working on other things first (the 87 I suppose?)
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APT-P and the new Preston-Carlisle route = drool mop time.

On the one hand I'm sorry if it isn't Trent Valley; on the other hand if it's the Cross up to somewhere like Peterborough, and up to GEML standards, that would be a fine piece of railway and a keeper. Included 365, a bit like the GEML 360? They're easily the happiest trains on the British network...

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rkk01 wrote::( :( :(

Surely...

This should be about Finsbury Park or Top Shed locos
+1

Kings Cross Loco, non-corridor Mk1's, Jurasic era DMU's... the stuff of dreams.

The WIP shot appears to lack super-elevation. Would this normally be added after the tracklaying?

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We've got 31s,47s and Deltics. I don't remember Top Shed being used as a loco depot post-electrification, rather as a freight terminal.
I suspect you might have missed my point ;-)

Although 1S81 has it :-)
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1S811985 wrote:
rkk01 wrote::( :( :(

Surely...

This should be about Finsbury Park or Top Shed locos
+1

Kings Cross Loco, non-corridor Mk1's, Jurasic era DMU's... the stuff of dreams.

The WIP shot appears to lack super-elevation. Would this normally be added after the tracklaying?

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One of the last things I'd do personally; can't speak for anyone else. Also depends on whether there is any pointwork at any point along the length of that curve.
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I suspect the appearance of the track is related to the zoom. I've just been having a play around and strangely the more zoomed-in you are the less the SE is apparent. :-?

Stick a train on it and I think it'll look very different.

Deltics and early HSTs roaring out of Kings Cross - heaven. :D

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hertsbob wrote:I suspect the appearance of the track is related to the zoom. I've just been having a play around and strangely the more zoomed-in you are the less the SE is apparent. :-?

Stick a train on it and I think it'll look very different.

Deltics and early HSTs roaring out of Kings Cross - heaven. :D

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So, if the location has been identified correctly earlier in the thread then this could be set post Kings Cross suburban electrification, i.e 1975 onwards. A proper blue era route with all the TS2014 bells and whistles at long last, and in keeping with the setting of the existing Newcastle to York section. Bye bye 91, and later EMU's of course, but who would really care when they had real trains to play with!

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BR Blue era didn't have LED repeaters...

Saying that LED signals don't stop me running 4-CIGs et al. down the Portsmouth Direct so each to their own... :D
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1S811985 wrote:
hertsbob wrote:I suspect the appearance of the track is related to the zoom. I've just been having a play around and strangely the more zoomed-in you are the less the SE is apparent. :-?

Stick a train on it and I think it'll look very different.

Deltics and early HSTs roaring out of Kings Cross - heaven. :D

Cheers

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Cheers.

So, if the location has been identified correctly earlier in the thread then this could be set post Kings Cross suburban electrification, i.e 1975 onwards. A proper blue era route with all the TS2014 bells and whistles at long last, and in keeping with the setting of the existing Newcastle to York section. Bye bye 91, and later EMU's of course, but who would really care when they had real trains to play with!

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My guess is that the ECML would come with a East Coast Trains HST and a FCC class 365 unit as the later would be quite easy to convert from the 465 EMU, but would not hold my breath on them making class 91 + MK4 set if previous routes are to go on as they have still yet too make the second most popular train for the Brighton Mainline, namely the Class 319.
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david1 wrote:My guess is that the ECML would come with a East Coast Trains HST and a FCC class 365 unit as the later would be quite easy to convert from the 465 EMU, but would not hold my breath on them making class 91 + MK4 set if previous routes are to go on as they have still yet too make the second most popular train for the Brighton Mainline, namely the Class 319.
The vast majority of RSC's routes have had extra stock released for them at some point, such as Donner Pass, Marias Pass, Woodhead, L2F, M-A, H-H, Portsmouth Direct etc. If anything, London to Brighton is an exception to the rule. I would imagine we'd see at least one extra item of appropriate stock for this route.

I'm quite looking forward to this if it does turn out to be the ECML. RSC's route building has always been up to excellent standards, so I have high hopes :)

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