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Train Simulator 2019 Screenshots

Discussion in 'Community Submissions' started by NickFarrant, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. 749006

    749006 Well-Known Member

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  2. Mack Winston

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    It seems too bad they chose to simply bin a good route instead of just updating the scenarios/rolling stock to the new TOC.
     
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    Schnauzahpowahz Well-Known Member

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    Heading to Inverness on a warm sunny day

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    GN F7 just over the Marias Pass
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    Cab car meet up on NJ coastline
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  4. Michael Newbury

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    Great shots
     
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    I've been recently looking at pictures and videos of the RhB to try and recreate some of the real trains I saw. The RhB is my favorite Swiss railway network. Got a couple of shots! :)

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  6. Michael Newbury

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    Very nice shots
     
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    Wow, that class 37 is incredible! Very nice shot.
     
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    And here's a couple from me. The AP class 37 is a joy.

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  9. Mack Winston

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    The AP 37 is their best one - slightly better than the class 50 I think (the 50 is great - don't get me wrong - but the 37 has got just a little bit extra - the cold start procedure is I think better detailed and more realistic - certainly in terms of the initial clag and how the engine runs when just started with the 37).
     
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    I recently got that 37 on sale and it is fan darn tastic. It can be just about anywhere and swap w the default 37s just about anywhere. Aside the valenta powered HST its my fav for sure
     
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    Oh yes! I like that one too. One of my absolute favourites. The noise is just fantastic!
     
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    Oh yeah, the 37 is a lot better than the 50. The cab just feels so "lived in" while the 50 feels a little sterile and is somewhat lacking in special little features akin to the 37's wobbling antenna.
     
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    Oh, and don't forget the flies splatting on the windscreen in the summer on the AP class 37 :)
     
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    It was a dark and stormy night on the Riviera...

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    ... alone on the platform, a young woman stands shivering in the rain. Where has she come from? And what tragedy moves her to stand on this rain-swept platform, as the darkness of night gradually covers the coast?

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    One thing seems certain, it wasn't the weather that brought her here...

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    Perhaps she is running away, making an escape from a life untold. Who knows what horrors drove her to board that train? It would seem the chance of escape was her only way out...

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    Who knew Train Simulator could give rise to such an unsolved mystery story...
     
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    I thought a run with a TGV would be good to find out how fast it would go
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    The Digital speedo stopped above 399kph but the F3 HUD shows the 512kph as top speed.

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    It's a bug.
     
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    A busy afternoon at Harold Interlocking. In the background, an Acela is seen heading to Boston and train 253, a northbound Empire Service to Albany, is pulling out of Sunnyside towards Penn Station.
     
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    Recently bought a few 3rd party routes.

    Fraser & Cariboo from Milepost Simulations
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    Great Northern Cascadian from G-Trax Simulations

    Obviously had to compare the Cascade Tunnel between it and Stevens Pass
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    Also bought Tehachapi Pass from 3Dtrains last month, but still don't have access to any of the downloads yet....
     
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