Midland Railway - Butterley...RELEASED!

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Midland Railway - Butterley...RELEASED!

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Hi Guys,

You may be wondering, "Hey, wheres the old thread gone?"...if so, look no further.

Working alongside the project leader, I have decided to create a new thread for the MRB project as, unfortunately, the other had got quite out of hand, for instance many pages where filling up with 'spam' and personal derogatory comments. With the forum address having been sent to many of the general public who may have been interested in the product, this may have put a bad image upon us.

Also, many of the shots had become 'old', and while many like to see a routes progress ( the shots have all been saved, and if wanted, an MRB 'history' thread will appear very soon, along with, with alexes permission, a developer diary' ), the old screenshots may have again confused the general public into thinking the route was still heavily in the 'Early works' stages.

On the surface it may seem like an odd decision to totally move 'up sticks' to a new thread, but in the long term the project will definately benefit.

Oh, and theres also the fact its coming VERY VERY soon, so why can't we plug it a bit with a snazzy new thread and some nice new screenies? Heres one to whet your appetite....

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Would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone whos supported the project so far, and also the contributors who have helped make it what it is. Theres far too many to name, but ones of the top of my head are

Chris Baily
Jim Gough
Simon Barnes
Reg Furniss
Jason Clarke
Kieron Dougherty
Daniel Baggaley
Adam Miles

and also thanks to the rest of the MRTS team. We told you we'd do something great. :lol:

Regards,

David, Alex, Paul, Chris and Dave

MRTS
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Very nice you lot, keep it up :)

EDIT: Just a niggle, does the number match the rest of the cab, that bugged me on the ELR :(
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As promised, lots more pictures!


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Remember all, we are including the Narrow Gauge GVLR in this.

The current stock list for this is:

Locomotives:
Steam:

Stanhope: Kevin Martin
Peter Pan: Terry Thornton
Pearl 2: Pending Model

Diesel:
Simplex 60S 364 "Campbells": Terry Thornton

Coaches:
GVLR manriders: Bruce Brayne
Paul Bardill
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Hellfire :D
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and of course, Kevin Martins lovely RNAD wagons to haul on demonstration freights.
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The list just gets longer...:o
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Nice progress everyone. Shots look brilliant David!
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Nice work guys :) Should fill a few stockings at Christmas !
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I take it you've got permission from Abacus then, David?
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Jon, you have a PM.

Could resist a few more wintery shots!


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Nice shots of the good old 46 there David!
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Wow! More complex that I thought...
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I hope my 80xxx whistles have come in handy, and i look forward to the finished project.......i'm very eagerly awaiting this one :)
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JonathonAG wrote:I'm very eagerly awaiting this one :)
Aren't we all mate! :P
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