Discussion in 'Community Submissions' started by NickFarrant, Jan 16, 2018.
-A collection of UP locomotives
-Also took UP1943 and UP4141 for a trip on the Granger Heartland route.
My 5th of November Screenshot Contest Entry (Southern Pacific, Donner Pass; Colfax Station listed JUST BELOW) and some more USA pictures.
These are very good. Excellent compositions, especially the first one.
I decided to download/play a workshop scenario today. Ended up getting a new desktop background in the process!
Hello, I'll be honest, I'm new here and I've only had the game for a few weeks, but I've come because of double heading steam locomotives. I've heard around here that the game doesn't like it when one does that, but this is new to me. I just tried double heading a Hall and Nunney Castle on 10 coaches and a dead 47. Normally I would be controlling the Hall and the Castle would either sound like it's working or wouldn't be working at all, in both cases I couldn't control it, that's what usually happens when I double head engines. However, when I went into the Hall's cab view and then I switched to the Castle's cab, the HUD changed and I could control the Castle. So I opened up both engines' regulators, but then suddenly I was controlling only the Castle and couldn't switch back, even if I switched back to the Hall's cab. What happened? Do all double headed engines to that and I never noticed?
I don't think anyone will answer you in the screenshot thread. I'd recommend asking this in the "general" section to get more answers faster.
It's not every day that a pair of Hoovers grace the DIRFT (Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal) - normally it's full of sheds, but here we are...
Where did you get a route that includes Hereford?
That's the Welsh Marches Line. It's from Bossman Games and available on Steam.
Sorry I misclicked downvote lol. I undid the rating.
Thanks, I'll see if I can find it.
Hi Line time
Also its great to see that we now have 5-unit articulated Well Cars "Officially" in game
Great shots, enjoying the line myself even though I have the unbranded version.
The new route that was just released, London Marylebone to chilterns? How is it?
Does the route use the default Kuju ES44 or is it updated?
This is the version available from the Just Trains website. I'm not sure if there are any differences between this and the Steam version though. I admittedly bought it for the Virtual District Line (that route uses some of the assets), so I haven't had much time with it. From what I've played, though, it's a wonderful route. You'll just want to swap out the default Class 165 for something better in scenarios because it's really outdated and bad to drive.
Like this? ; - )
That's a good idea. I think HSTs used to run on there occasionally in the 80's so that'd work too.
From the looks of it, The ES44 that comes with the Hi-Line is the same one that has been used for Marias Pass and Stevens Pass, but with different sounds, but it is not the Kuju one (The Kuju One is listed as a ES44AC, while the other 3 are ES44DC's
From Left to Right
-PS ES44AC H2
-Hi Line ES44DC
-Marias Pass ES44DC
-Stevens Pass ES44DC
Thank you I had to get it seeing it was from Bossman Games, I really like the 50 they did with AP.
I've just got it and done a quick drive to start learning the route...
Decided to do another scene re-creation today. Aside from the depth of field being on and the angle, I think it turned out quite well!
Very nice pictures Buynot
I got a lot of routes and locomotives in the past week, so I chose the best screenshots to post. Big thanks to Buynot for the depth of field tips!
Norfolk Southern Coal District
The Racetrack - Aurora to Chicago
This may well be the final post of 2019 in this thread (it will be 2020 in just over an hour), so I'd like to take this opportunity to share a few screens of the 1999 scenario pack for the North Wales coast route, and to wish everyone a very happy new year for 2020!
See you all next year!
I took advantage of the winter sale once again, and bought myself a few new things, as well as downloaded a new workshop route. I managed to get some great screenshots out of them! (Last pic doesn't have any of the new stuff, I just liked it) Have a Happy New Year everyone!
Empire Builder on the Hi-Line in the early Amtrak/BN era.
Awhile ago I bought the locomotives off of Searchlight Simulators (As well as most of the enhancements), unfortunately, stupid me forgot to read the Install Instructions for the AC4400, so I have to message them about that. But well built locomotives, that's for sure.
Some pictures that I have found in my screenshots folder. Probably some unused thumbnails for scenarios.
Nice screenshots! How did you apply the Sky and Weather Enhancement Pack to that route?
Unzip HiLineAssets.ap in the the VNHRR/HiLine folder and copy the .bin files provided with the Sky & Weather Pack into the TimeOfDay folder. Rename them to whatever the old ones are, which in this case would be SP-RW3-season. Back up or rename the old ones to something else so you can restore the defaults if you need to. The whole process is covered somewhere in the manual for the pack.
BR Black Witherslack Hall from Steam Sounds Supreme makes a special visit to the North Wales Coastal BR Blue Era route, from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno Junction, June 1991. Would definitely recommend the route, it's much better than the vanilla version.
the extra picture for me shows it as a seperate file. sorry for the issue.
I did a short run with the BR 1822.
Bombardier Talent 2 on the Moselstrecke.
As the North Wales Coastal BR Blue Era route needs the North Wales Coastal route which has been withdrawn that might be a problem for some.
Really? It was withdrawn? I hadn't heard. Why did this happen?
April 1990: a railtour over the Settle and Carlisle sees number 6233 at work, heading north from the summit beyond Blea Moor towards Carlisle.
You can see the footage of the actual original railtour in the video below, if you skip ahead to 49m.07s
More random screenshots I have on hand.
That was 29th November
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