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Glasgow Carlisle

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Screens of Glasgow Carlisle. Exited at Shieldmuir due to lack of scenery. Click on thumbnails to view larger image.


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A few more


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Brilliant fun. :P

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what a lot of holes in the roof !
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Post by RobertM »

Nice, just oine question though...

Is the route completely finnished yet, or is it a work in progress???

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i hope theres insurance on that roof :D
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Post by Backfoot2002 »

Looks like a decent route. Jon Where did you get that track texture from by the way?
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OTTODAD's Track Texture Compliation I think. ;)

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trainlover123 wrote:OTTODAD's Track Texture Compliation I think. ;)
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Post by dcarmont »

In answer to whether the route is a work in progress or complete I can give a definite maybe.

I don't envisage major track changes, (Route Editor Russion Roulettte!), but I may release updates with improved scenery / models.

I would anticipate releasing an upgrade patch for existing users as well as the full version.

In the long term I may consider doing the whole route over in the latest KUJU incarnation when it arrives, from what I've learnt with this attempt there are some things that would certainly be improved.
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davvydo wrote:what a lot of holes in the roof !
As Spike Milligan said . . .

' There are holes in the sky where the rain gets in, but they're ever so small that's why rain is so thin'
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Post by barrybryce01475 »

Very nice - on my way to download - great to see an extra couple of Scottish routes turning up recently!
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Have to pretend the OHLE isn't there.':D'
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Post by dforrest »

Well, you know I can't leave anything how it came "out of the box"!

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Post by dcarmont »

I've just uploaded a patch that will allow you to switch electrification and gantries on and off as you wish.
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