Discussion in 'Creation Centre' started by TrainSim-Luke, Sep 7, 2018.
Well, this was hard for someone who rarely uses non third party for screenshots..
Great Eastern Main Line with Class 90 DVT
You need a single picture in a post so the Admin' knows which one is being voted for.
My Second Entry: Class 419 MLV about to enter London Bridge Station.
Going old school on the original East Coast Mainline
ED's on the Portsmouth Direct Line
Rush hour at Broomielaw on the Darlington to Barnard Castle line (Weardale and Teesdale in the '60s)- someone will remember those coal wagons sooner or later. The line was built by a wholly owned subsidiary of the Stockton and Darlington Railway with Broomielaw a private station for the Bowes family at Streatham Castle. It only entered public use during the War.
At Wakigami in Japan it raining hard but it doesn't deter a train spotter to take a nice photograph before running back to the station to dry.
During the later day's of the Woodhead Line, a lone 506 EMU is driving through Gorton on a beautiful day. The station however seen much better day's during this time. Being reduced from 4 to 2 tracks.
It is still in use today, although the 1500v DC has been replaced for 25kV AC and more modern EMU now run along the line.
Thread closed to entries. Cast your votes now!
And here is our winner this week! Congrats Solarr
I'd also like to remind contestants to check the rules on the first post, screenshots need to be 16:9 and please don't upvote until the post is made declaring the start of the voting phase. Thank you everyone.
All of the submissions were very good this week and and was a close one for 3 screenshots but congrats for Solarr for winning this week!
Congratulations to Solarr, looking at the votes my 8 year olds shot of the approach into Liverpool Lime Street came a close 2nd, that would have surprised him if he saw his photo whilst loading the game
A lot of entries this week and several that were difficult to choose between. Well done Solarr- I liked the unusual point of view and composition.
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