Everything Steam, part 2

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Beautiful images.
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batling wrote:Rebuilt Light Pacific 76543 belting out of London on an early morning run.

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A wonderful set of images there Ant. Lovely lighting! :)

One thing: Something wrong with the loco number. Was it a swap done with RW-Tools?? Bulleid numbers start 34---. The nameplate is missing because of the number format not being recognized. Just thought I'd point it out.............................

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Thanks Matt,

You know I hadn't realised. It's as is in game - the original scenario calls for an unrebuilt example but I changed it to this one in RWTools. That's the only change though.
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Winter on the Falmouth Branch...

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Ooh, that is nice, though slightly photoshopped, I presume? :)
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Ooh, that is nice, though slightly photoshopped, I presume?
A little bit, Manuel. I sharpen, then select the main subject, invert the selection and darken and up the contrast in the background. I wish I had Claus' ability with screens, but alas no so I have to fudge a bit!!


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Long time since we've seen anything from any of the original RailSimulator routes... :robot:
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I still think the S&D route has its own little charm and can hold its own against some routes around now
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Light Pacific 34007 arrives at Bramber with the 12:18 local service from Horsham - Brighton

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Don't think anyone has recreated this, quite suprised. But back in February 1983 another CME was done in style. The hills in Cumbria once again turned into a winter wonderland, and tackling the grades in adverse conditions, two engines roar up the Famous S&C en route to Carlisle. A linesider snaps the pair at a couple of locations around Kirkby Stephen


Jumping forward 21 years or so, Now at Bishops Lydeard - to celebrate 40 years since the closure of the S&D. The WSR hosted an S&D themed Gala
Here, Tangmere arrived about 10 minutes ago from London with a special bound for Minehead. She then drew upto the water column and 76079 (In the guise of lost sister 76009) couples up to pilot the train to Minehead.


Wonder if there'd be an interest in a thread re-creating real life rail events such as these two.
Also does anyone think that TS still makes your screens look dark?
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Lovely shots, Kirk. I must admit to being surprised to see TPR Leander in a couple of screenshots, as I haven't used it myself for a long time and I imagine many others won't have either. I can't believe it's been a year since it came out, and nearly 2 since I started the Leander project. :o How time flies when you're having fun...
kirkheath wrote: Wonder if there'd be an interest in a thread re-creating real life rail events such as these two.
Also does anyone think that TS still makes your screens look dark?
Yes, and yes sadly, as demonstrated in many screeshots I've taken, including the new avatar.

You could get the ball rolling and start a new thread, I'm sure others will soon start contributing with recreations from all eras. :)

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Thanks for the kind words Chris. It has been that long already? It is suprising! And I am suprised about the irregular appearance of her in screens. Maybe people are too busy enjoying driving it to take screens haha. I am going to try and take 12 with her over Washford in abit so that could be interesting. I love the addon, the texture work is brilliant!
And yes I see what you mean Chris, it is a tad dark. I may rmap up the brightness in game and see how it looks haha

Some great looking screens there Will, not often see you posting screens rather than screens of projects :lol: Love the super elevation ones, reminds me of clips of Port line when she does the VSOE workings
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where is the chocolate and cream support coach from will?
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B1s and tourist stock taking in a slice of virtual LNER scenery
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