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The Chiltern Line: London-Birmingham from JT

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This route now has an in development page at JT:
http://justtrains.net/product/chiltern- ... birmingham

The line from London to Birmingham is known as the Chiltern Mainline and runs from its London terminus at Marylebone north-west to Birmingham Snow Hill. The line is approximately 112 miles in length.


It's the route I've been working on since finishing Kyle last year,and hopefully it's one everyone can enjoy :)

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I'm really liking the sound of this, will be a must have for me can't wait to behind the controls of the class 68 and give it a decent run from London to Birmingham passing through my home town.
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Superb, will it link up with the Oxford to Bicester extension?
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bri2808 wrote:Superb, will it link up with the Oxford to Bicester extension?
Not physically but yes Bicester Village will be included. They are two separate routes,whilst Ben Garfirth also laid the track for Chiltern,JT bought this from him to enable me to do the scenery on Chiltern.
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almark wrote:
bri2808 wrote:Superb, will it link up with the Oxford to Bicester extension?
Not physically but yes Bicester Village will be included. They are two separate routes,whilst Ben Garfirth also laid the track for Chiltern,JT bought this from him to enable me to do the scenery on Chiltern.
JT have created the Western Lines with the Oxford to Bicester extension and trains are now running from MYB to Oxford Parkway via the curve to Bicester Village.
I'm surprised that this section is not included as it's part of JT's assets.

None the less it will be one to look out for when done.
We will need some LT AI trains for the section where the lines run together near Neasden.

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Hi,
I wish you guy's at JT would stop teasing us and just let us no when its going to be released, we here what's in development and seem to wait and wait .....and wait......
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749006 wrote:
almark wrote:
bri2808 wrote:Superb, will it link up with the Oxford to Bicester extension?
Not physically but yes Bicester Village will be included. They are two separate routes,whilst Ben Garfirth also laid the track for Chiltern,JT bought this from him to enable me to do the scenery on Chiltern.
JT have created the Western Lines with the Oxford to Bicester extension and trains are now running from MYB to Oxford Parkway via the curve to Bicester Village.
I'm surprised that this section is not included as it's part of JT's assets.

None the less it will be one to look out for when done.
We will need some LT AI trains for the section where the lines run together near Neasden.

Peter
Mainly because that section is in Western Mainlines and we can't be putting another 3-4 months aside to do a section that's already on sale :)
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Bradforth wrote:Hi,
I wish you guy's at JT would stop teasing us and just let us no when its going to be released, we here what's in development and seem to wait and wait .....and wait......
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Pete.
Because I'm still building it. Hence. It is literally in development.... :wink:
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Is the Aylesbury line included? Looking forward to this being released either way :D
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I am very excited about this, I have used this route quite regularly and my local station is used to stable Chiltern stock overnight for the Kidderminster service.

Would be wonderful if there was a future extension to Kidderminster 8)

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I'd love to see Stourbridge-Stourbridge Junction modelled---with a class 139 of course!
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mikeredding91 wrote:Is the Aylesbury line included? Looking forward to this being released either way :D
No,whether it is added in the future is another matter,same applies to other extensions,none of which have been discussed.
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A definite purchase for me and about time that we had a payware route that features Brum .

Will the signalling at Banbury be semaphores/colourlights or as it is now after the remodelling with those LED toy signals ?
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Planned to be colour,otherwise it'd be stuck in a small time period where the Bicester chord and semaphores at Banbury exist :)
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almark wrote:
Bradforth wrote:Hi,
I wish you guy's at JT would stop teasing us and just let us no when its going to be released, we hear what's in development and seem to wait and wait .....and wait......
Regards,
Pete.
Because I'm still building it. Hence. It is literally in development.... :wink:
Yes I appreciate that but the wait seems to be to much for some of us, better to tell when its ready for release.
Regards again,
Pete.
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