Royle Train

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  1. thestrudwicks

    thestrudwicks Member

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    I think it could be a nice feature to add the Royal train to UK routes be interesting to see what other people think Screenshot_20210517-164634_Samsung Internet.jpg
     
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    creeperblox2710 Well-Known Member

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    Uhm i think you accidently posted the Picture twice + Does this run on all Routes in the UK?
     
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  3. stujoy

    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    As a fitting nod to her family’s heritage, Her Majesty The Queen is ferried around Britain in a German freight train.
     
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  4. thestrudwicks

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    Sorry yer for some reason my phone had a bit of a fit lol as far as I am aware it can travel anywhere on the network as it is a royal train I belive it also has the highest priority on the network ie it has the ability to never get stopped to wait for another loco movement
     
  5. driverwoods#1787

    driverwoods#1787 Well-Known Member

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    An excellent idea and if you are wondering if this will bring in another classic train simulator 21 locomotive the train simulator World 2 that is the class 67
     
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  6. lukereynolds1

    lukereynolds1 Well-Known Member

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    Haven't purchased any loco/train dlc, but this one would be incredibly interesting and I think it would be a welcome addition to TSW2. What a great idea! It could be something that you could take to each UK based route, have lots of fun in scenario planner, while still maintaining a sence of realism. Love it!
     
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  7. thestrudwicks

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    That was my thinking behind it
     
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    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    I think unlikely for security reasons.
     
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  9. thestrudwicks

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    Then again you could say that for any loco that is made as u get to see how to take full control of it
     
  10. dhekelian

    dhekelian Well-Known Member

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    Her families heritage? You do know where the Anglo-Saxons came from yeah?
     
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    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    I wasn’t going that far back, I was thinking more of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, both of whom were from the same German family. Anglo-Saxons probably came from the same place.
     
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    Good luck getting reference info for that! I think there's only ever been a handful of photos of the interior made public
     
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    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    So much so, all newspaper articles have to beef up their articles about it (Royal stuff sells papers) with pictures of the posh carriage interiors of former royal trains. The current ones look like a Travelodge.
     
  14. dhekelian

    dhekelian Well-Known Member

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    My point was the Germanic link is part of England's make-up to answer your slur and the current Queen's ancestry can be traced back to Saxony. And no the Angles and Saxons did not come from the same place.
     

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