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Wcml Trent Valley C1959 46233 Through Tamworth

Discussion in 'Creation Centre' started by jetgriff, Nov 17, 2020.

  1. jetgriff

    jetgriff Active Member

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    I extended my Bromsgrove Manchester Sheffield Route so that I can create memories from my spotting days in 1950's at Tamworth.. enjoy...

     
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  2. DTG Jamie

    DTG Jamie Staff Member

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    Looks great jetgriff
     
  3. claggybob

    claggybob New Member

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    This really is cracking, jg.
    Is the extended version available to download? My dad would love to rattle some 'proper' pacifics (he's *very* LMS) along that section!
     
  4. jetgriff

    jetgriff Active Member

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    I am developing the WCML section with the help of a few testers just working on the Lichfield - Nuneaton section, but if you want the latest tester version it's at my Dropbox link is
    https://bit.ly/3kbwULk
    just download to your PC, it helps if you have my Derby Manchester Sheffield Route from UKTS in as you will have all the bits and bobs,,, also for the first time I included Payware in the form of DTG Duchess, it's not the WCML without them! (about 17 miles so far)
     
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  5. claggybob

    claggybob New Member

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    Thanks very much. I'm sure we'll both have some fun with that over the weekend.

    The Duchess really is great. Blast Pipe Productions have a very good LMS Crimson Lake paint for it too (just FYI), which integrates the community upgrade patch (in their reskin only). The one thing that would make it perfect is a tiny update so that the name plate is a child object attached in the .bin rather than integrated into the model - that way we could build a full set of pretty plausible Cities & Duchesses. Dad would love a [4]6247. (cc: DTG Jamie )

    Thanks again. I'll let you know how we get on.

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