Train Simulator 2022 Screenshots

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  1. Mortu5

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    Another BNSF manifest train (with Dash 9 leader and Executive MAC trailing last), this time running on the Modern Cajon Pass Route. 1.jpg 2.jpg 3.jpg 4.jpg
     
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    Understandable, only the best wishes from DownUnder.
     
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    Totally understand, I can't begin to imagine what it must be like to live in that part of the world at the moment.
    Just hope a peaceful solution to this carnage can be found ASAP
     
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    Rhine Cologne - Koblenz, in the driving trailer, pushed by a BR 101 IC to Koblenz.........
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    1) There is light haze between the rock faces as Amtrak's CZ pulled by P30CHs approach Helper
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    2) A BR 628/928 towards Trier slows for a stop on a beautiful, lush summer day
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    3) Maintenance never ends, with this Class 33 moves ballast supplies out of Glasgow
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    4) A Southern Pacific F7 set moves passengers bound for Colfax and beyond on a moody spring morning
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    5) A Union Pacific DD35 set prepares to leave Cheyenne towards Sherman with a manifest
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    I think I just passed you further up the line. LOL 20220313130320_1.jpg

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    Another ride on the Raton Pass line with EMD E8 in ATSF colours, Santa Fe.......

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    Two captures on Steam Sounds Supreme's Stainmore, Shap and Eden Valley route. Neither use locos provided with the route. First we see a GCR/NER/LNER N9 in weathered BR black livery steaming through a pleasant countryside, not far out of Barnard Castle. Caledonia Works' N9 was my first Train Simulator third-party loco purchase. It was a poor beginner's choice, being hard for me to get decent acceleration from at the time. Be that as it may, it looks impressive here:
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    In contrast to the N9, the Digital Traction GNR/LNER N2, seen below in LNER pre-war black, another early third-party loco purchase, is a pleasure to drive. Whoever made this for DT did a first class job. We see it stopped at the first station past Bernard Castle:
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    Where did you get that EMD E8 with the ATSF colours from?
     
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    Bought South Wales Main Line today, during March Madness. Made a brief test-run with a train foreign to the route, LNER's N9, again in weathered BR livery. Three captures from the run:

    At Bristol Temple Meads station:
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    Steaming in the wilds:
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    Road switching on The Racetrack.
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    IC with BR 101 on Riesa - Dresden.....


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    Norfolk Southern's Virginian SD70ACe heritage unit, serves as foreign leader on a CSX manifest train out of Hialeah Yard, FL., on the Miami - West Palm Beach Route
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    Some midland mainline HST:
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    That's a very decent route indeed.
     
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    Took another 'test' run (Quick Drive) on South Wales Coastal. Once again the locomotive is one that, so far as I know, never set foot (wheels) there, a Caledonia Railway Class 439 (in weathered BR plumage). A dusk run, I captured only one decent image of before it turned too dark. It's such a shame, screen capture wise, that British steam locos weren't fitted with light-projecting lanterns/lamps:
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    "Berlin, Berlin, wir fahren nach Berlin"..... Call of the football fans when the DFB Cup final takes place in Berlin.......
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    Union Pacific Intermodal running through Hermosa on Sherman's Hill.
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    Macintosh ex Caledonian Railway Class 812 0-6-0 # 57623 leads the afternoon Milk Train from Heith to Selgin on the GNoSR (Workshop Route). This is a Digital Traction locomotive.
    Edit: The locomotive was a Digital Traction locomotive but is now a free ware from Caledonia Works (gets better). Thanks to Decrepitts #7027 for the info.
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    <laughs> I did a double-take when I first saw this, having posted a capture or two from this very scenario a page or two ago. It's an enjoyable drive, one I don't mind revisiting every so often. BTW, the 812 is no longer offered by Digital Traction, but is instead a free download from Caledonia Works.
     
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    Another late afternoon / early evening capture, an LBSCR H2 in pre-war Southern Malachite at a stop on Portsmouth Line Direct - London Waterloo to Portsmouth (the more recent of two Portsmouth Line Direct DLCs):
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    For the 17th of March, how about some BN Green?

    A BN F45 leads a Manifest off of Southern Pacific's Cascade Subdivision on the south side of Klamath Falls, onto Burlington Northern's Gateway Subdivision.
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    A quartet of EMD SD40-2's, split by a BN fuel tender, leads a loaded coal train south on the former Colorado & Southern trackage over Union Pacific's mainline in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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    A BN "Whiteface" SD40-2 leads a Southbound stack train bound for Seattle along the Puget Sound.
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    A pair of Western Pacific GP40-2's lead a trio of BN SD40-2's on the Keddie Wye, bound for the inside gateway. It wasn't uncommon to see WP and BN power mixed on the Feather River Canyon, with some WP units being seen as far away as Klamath Falls.
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    We're back on Portsmouth Line Direct: London Waterloo to Portsmouth. A fine route for Quick Drives, imo. Scenery is extensive and quite well done. There are plenty of A.I. trains to gawk at, giving QDs an illusion of being bona fide scenarios. The route occasionally taxes my PC, but not enough to spoil things. Our train consists of a (Caledonia Works) SECR C-class 0-6-0 steam loco with tender, in Southern Olive livery, pulling Southern Birdcage Coaches. In contrast to my last several posts, this is a morning excursion, beginning not long past sunrise:
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    A pointless aside: While pondering whether to include the below image, it came to me that the driver, seen from behind, looks something like me. He seems to be an elderly gentleman. I'm elderly, though some would dispute my being a gentleman. He's short, I'm 5'6". The cut and color of his hair match mine. I fancy that, should he doff his cap, we'd see a balding pate. Bingo.
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    My pick of the litter:
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    Leaning out of the cab, gawking at an oncoming train. On display is the Class C's finely detailed, richly textured cab interior:
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    Enjoying the GP9s (at last) on the Adriana County RR, a workshop route opened by the release of Marias Pass.

    Top to bottom:
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    Passing the Elevators at Banks

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    The eagle eyed will spot a siding at Banks (on the right) which is not in the original. This has been added as the "occasional" forest products loading at Banks has increased to the extent of requiring its own siding. (That's my story and I'm sticking to it).
     
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    Tehachapi Pass: Mojave - Bakersfield Route.............
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    An early spring CSX manifest on the Bedford Junction line.
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    Treated myself to the Virtual Railroads DB BR218. OMG how good is this compared to the basic DTG version.
    The sounds are amazing, and as for driver experience just WOW :love::cool::D
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    vR stuff is not cheap but is very good. Now you have the BR218 you will have access to their BR218 repaint. They do a very good Alco RS11 as well with repaint available on RWA.
     
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    Another trip on the Tehachapi Pass Route with 5 AC4400 of Union Pacific........
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    Cheers for that, 6 x freeby repaints downloaded and installed as we speak.
    I agree they are not the cheapest around but by heck you get a premium product, the 218 came out at £12.55 GBP, when you compare that with the recent UP F3 debacle for £11.99 you begin to wonder how DTM/DTG get away with it.
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    Fewer cuts in the cake or should that be more cuts in the cake - depends on the viewpoint really.
     
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    The whole of this Thursday I couldn't successfully drive a steam loco to save my life. Fail after fail. The Swindon-Gloucester-1950s scenario from which the below image hales is no exception, though I've driver it to completion without issue in the past. The locomotive is a Victory Works 57xx Pannier, substituted for the specified Riviera equivalent:
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    Two captures from a Quick Drive on Lenton-on-Sea Steam Workshop route. An NER P2/3 hauls military tanks to the docks for transport across the channel to aid the war effort:
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    Another tank shipment QD, on North Lincolnshire third-party route. Loco and wagons/cargo, both by Caledonia Works, remain the same. A combination of time-of-day and direction-of-travel frustrated most of my screen capture attempts:
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    A (Caledonia Works) SECR C Class 0-6-0 in SR Olive stops at a station on the Purbeck Line third-party route. Corfe Castle is seen atop the mound:
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    GE PS42 DC on Tehachapi Pass..........
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    ..... and to complete my Deutsche weekend, just had to bang a 1962 Rheingold consist to the back of an Epoch IV DB BR01 and take it for a blast along the Hausach - Konstanz line.
    Hapy Days :D:D:D
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    Some 303 evening action:

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    Short ride with the re-released GP9 on Soldier Summit.....
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    Hi Blazin , in the case of the GP9 I ride with adaptive bloom but without lens flare . In the case of other US locomotives, I drive with partially modified head light bins.
     
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    Alright, thank you. :)
     
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    The Rock Island Line is a mighty fine road.
     

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