Discussion in 'Community Submissions' started by NickFarrant, Jan 16, 2018.
Enjoying an evening playing with the Clear Tracks GP40-2 pack at Oak Point.
Lovely TS19 shots Schnauzahpowahz !!!
A lovely day out on the West Highland line with A4 pacific class Dominion of South Africa, circa 1994.
The annual NRHS convention finds itself in Hoboken New Jersey, and 3 Berkshire type steam locomotives (NKP 765, PM 1225, and C&O 2716) are in attendance as well as a pair of Erie Lackawanna E8 units. As the morning rush continues around them, people flock to get a glimpse of these historic pieces of railroad equipment. Both 765 and 2716 are scheduled to pull excursions to Port Jervis during the convention, while 1225 and the Erie E8s are to remain at Hoboken for display.
AP's new Class 156 is amazing!
Bergen freight terminal in Norway. CargoNet train 5506 is ready to head for Oslo freight terminal Alnabru. Green Cargo train 4842 will head for Alnabru 13 minutes later.
Some images from the Western Front, on a recently recaptured bit of Standard Gauge line -
Further behind the lines, however, the enemy is out taking photographs again...
We'd already spotted him behind the loco's steam...
Some screenshots of the Pyne and Warrborough workshop route
Bar-Zeta in Montenegro
Im so glad this was updated. I cant get enough of this route
ES64F4 189-112 with Z wagons outside of Hamburg
What did they update?
Just referring to the 64bit Random Railfan - bought several months ago and didnt run so refunded. Re purchased on the present sale
A set of GP9s roar over Saluda Grade during the summer of 1961 with the first of 3 sections from a merchandise freight.
Brushing the dust off of one of the Pacific Coast Railworks reskins.
37 421 racing the traffic on the A55 in North Wales. And handily beating it, while sounding like a tractor.
"I'll take 'Screenshots I wasn't allowed to use in this week's contest' for $1000, Alex."
I forgot to swap out the EW&S 37 for a proper EWS one. Oops!
For anyone interested in a 'colorized' version of this week's entry into the screenshot contest:
Also a small look into how I got the fireman to lean out the window. This required a very specific angle so that the model attached to the locomotive wouldn't be seen.
Plus an alternate angle - it appears as though our photographer has had to run back to his wagon to grab the camera while these four went to go and pose. UP 117 is in the background there.
Here's a few screenshots I took while playing today. I don't know what happened with the new update but all of my routes are running way smoother than before. Not to mention how beautiful everything looks with the new features they added!
Where did you find this route? There are very few scandinavian routes available.
Anyone else noticing better framerates after the update?
It was all going so well... until...
I overestimated the 460's braking capability and crashed into a Southern service. Oh well. Time to resume the scenario.
Who doesn't love a good thrash every once in a while?
Im sorry Random Railfan is there a locomotive in the shots? Im just marvelling at the thick, syrupy black smoke
I bought the Wasatch Grade route today, and took these screenshots. The route looks very nice, and there's a nice spot just outside of Ogden where you can really open up the locomotive and run it full throttle!
Taken 31-07-2013 at Bristol Temple Meads
2013-07-31 Screenshot_Bristol To Exeter_51.44819--2.58100_18-09-43 by wacdag posted Sep 27, 2019 at 11:39 AM
I'm not really sure, honestly. I see the same thing as you, smoke everywhere!
Some screenshots on with some routes and locos I got from the Oktoberfest sale.
I'm guessing the first screenshot is from the canadian route in Alberta, right?
Yes you are correct it is from the Peace River Route
Manchester-Sheffield railtour, August 1980. Power for the trip is 45 144 "Royal Signals" adorned with the Tinsley Snail depot logo.
Northern Class 150 and DRS Class 68s at Heysham Power Station and Heysham Port Station
Today marks the end of an era on the ECML, the final Class 313s have been withdrawn from Great Northern's fleet. One of them will be preserved by the National Railway Museum, while the rest will be scrapped. Now the only remaining fleet of 313s are in the hands of Southern.
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