Discussion in 'Community Submissions' started by NickFarrant, Jan 16, 2018.
rare_common_sense So beautiful screenshots! Do you use graphics mods?
Thank You. Yes, a reshade mod. Which was a bit difficult to understand how to install and setup.
Br 141 Blau-Beige with Mintlinge from Villingen to Donaueschingen on a cold winter Morning.
DB BR 143 in a heavy storm:
I think it was the Munich to Garmisch route...
After the bad rain I got a bad blizzard:
Here, too, I think that was the route from Munich to Garmisch like in my last post.
How come you're using the old PDL?
A cargo train from Koblenz-Moselweiß Gbf to Ehrang Gbf on the Koblenz to Trier route:
A DB BR 2442 from Innsbruck to Munich on the Mittenwaldbahn:
BR E03 001 with the Rheingold from 1962.
exellent screenshots my freind
Three from me today.
First is one from the Mittenwaldbahn, with my Talent 2 just out of shot below.
The next two are from a WIP route of mine, Mablebrooke, showing a small part of the Haven Hill Preserved Railway, with a 2" 3' train heading around Tramway Curve as it descends into St Mary Market station, coming from 'Young Joe Viaduct' on the other side of the tunnel.
This is the whole train, a few seconds later, with the tram track that gave the curve its name just visible to the extreme right of the image.
All stock is from the North Wales Narrow Gauge mod and the England Engines addon, available on UKTS, and the track is from the 2'3 Narrow Gauge Tracks 30lb and 50lb Types.
If anyone wants to know more about Mablebrooke, they're hugely welcome to ask me.
Train: Class 43 HST
Route: Midland Mainline
Origin: London St. Pancras International
Station in picture: Bedford
Great shots as always folks.
And one from me - A pair of CSX GP 40-2`s with a rock train passes through the Miami suburbs with a working for Jacksonville.
North Wales Coastal, a Virgin Class 221 Super Voyager waiting at Rhyl station on a run to Holyhead.
Also, stunning screenshot Lahm
A short run from Augsburg to Munich with DB BR 120.1 and seven Intercity coaches:
Couple of shots from Horseshoe Curve.
A few of my recent ones :
My Seebergbahn Redesign (work in progress)
I didn't know that the old Train Simulator can look so beautiful!
A 3-set of Great Northern Y-1 boxcab electrics is seen here in early 1948 hauling a 50-car train past Wenatchee station on the GN Cascadian.
A Great Northern "Northern" class (because that's not confusing) is seen here in the summer of 1929 pulling the Oriental Limited across Stevens Pass. The 1929 re-alignment of the line still isn't complete, and this will be last year of operation through Tumwater Canyon and the 1900 Cascade Tunnel.
Same day, same train - the Oriental Limited is now battling the 2.2% ruling grade in Tumwater Canyon. The new and old alignments meet at Winton, about 14 miles from here.
After battling the steep uphill grades up to the Cascade Tunnel, a Y-1 boxcab has coupled up to the train to take it through the tunnel. The wires west of the tunnel have been energised since 1900, but the wires west of it will be switched on with the new Cascade Tunnel. The train has just left the snow sheds at Tye, built after the 1911 avalanche there.
From the Devon and Cornwall v7
TALENT 2 service trip from Villingen to Engen:
Route: Konstanz-Villingen (available on steam)
Train: TALENT 2 (also available on steam)
A special service from Leipzig main station to Falkenberg(E)
Route: Berlin to Leipzig (available on steam)
Train: DB BR 120 orient red with Interregio coaches and Interregio control car (available from virtual Railroads)
& "n-Wagen" (from the "TrainTeamBerlin Szenariopaket 02")
P.S.: Good night from germany (it's 11:55 p.m. here, I have to go to bed)
Some WCML Trent Valley action
some of my old screenshots
BB 26000 leaving Marseille Saint Charles
Great shots everyone..one from me:
82203 leads a Virgin East Coast service out of Newcastle bound for London.
Something new on the Seebergbahn:
testing some german signals...
Grand Central HST.
This was a somewhat failed attempt at re creating one of O. Winston Link's famous photographs from the steam era. I didn't really get the result I had wanted, but I think it still turned out decent so I thought I'd post it here.
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