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Br Class 24 25 26 And 27 Diesel Locomotives

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by elarthur, Nov 8, 2020.

  1. elarthur

    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    For future routes and NTP (25)

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  2. OldVern

    OldVern Well-Known Member

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    You are only ever going to see a thumbs up from me for that suggestion, along with a Scottish route to run them on. I know I suggested Highland Main Line in another thread earlier, but Bo'ness to Kinneil would do for a quick and dirty route to package with them (or Strathspey). How about it DTG, time for some more classic traction!
     
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  3. fabdiva

    fabdiva Well-Known Member

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    Are you trying to request everything?

    Also why are these all images?
     
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  4. elarthur

    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    Just putting some inspiration out there. The images are for ease of identification.
     
  5. stujoy

    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    I’m getting the distinct impression that you like old trains.
     
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  6. OldVern

    OldVern Well-Known Member

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    Old is of course relative. I firmly belong with the OP in terms of the era I enjoy but it’s a sobering thought that traction like the Class 59 and 66 could now be considered vintage. As regards Sprinter DMUs even the Class 158’s are as old now as the Heritage DMUs when they were replaced.
     
  7. Renfe cercanias

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    And more and more england .........
     
  8. fabdiva

    fabdiva Well-Known Member

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    I mean the Screen Shots of Wiki - means the thread isn't searchable and is terrible for those who use assistive tech. Just copy/paste the text.
     
  9. elarthur

    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    I like anything that carries or was allocated a BR TOPS number and related to the same period of 1965 to now.
    British Rail has used some awesome and some unusual machines in its lifetime.
    I once wanted to try a N gauge model railway with examples of all TOPS classes but many were never made and space and expense was a further issue. Now I have a virtual trainset which is constantly growing, never takes up more physical space and is far less costly, not to mention a million times more interactive.
     
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  10. Gilly

    Gilly Well-Known Member

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    Rats I'd love to see on NTP, especially as they were quite prolific around Manchester at the time.
    26's and 27's as has been said, a nice Scottish route to run them on, and I'd be sold.
     
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  11. TSWx

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    Whaatttt? Nah. Probably not. Lol
     
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