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Post  Markh5682 on Fri 28 Nov 2014, 2:59 am

I tried taking a screenshot of the position where it stopped with "0" pressed to get the coordinates on screen, but nothing was saved, I'll have to do it again.


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Post  neanderthal on Fri 28 Nov 2014, 9:05 pm

Yep there's life in the old girl yet.I tried Golden spike but wasn't fussy,but here's 2 fromWhitefish 8





Another Route I'm not to sure about,but it appears to be very well put together.


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Post  Markh5682 on Tue 02 Dec 2014, 5:28 pm

I have been reading this thread with interest to see if there was anything in there that would help with my route crashing........

http://tsforum.freeclanforum.com/t805-1msts-crashes#11021

I have reduced the sounds a little and changed the memory to 2048, that appears to have fixed it. OK


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Post  neanderthal on Wed 03 Dec 2014, 9:46 am





I haven't a clue where in the world this route is actually meant to be
as it's ficticious,but its intereststing !


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Post  Markh5682 on Wed 03 Dec 2014, 5:15 pm

It's a very nice route, I think it's meant to be a generic US(ish) styled route, I have run it with US stock which doesn't look out of place on it.


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Post  neanderthal on Wed 03 Dec 2014, 7:11 pm

Hello Mark,I was thinking US too,but everywhere seems to have Spanish type names,and it runs im Kph.so I thought I'd use the loco's made for the route.At the moment I,m trying to get a proper Route Map for it,mainly because I keep getting lost. rendeer


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Post  neanderthal on Sat 06 Dec 2014, 6:52 pm

Well I've finally managed to get an American Route,Grand Junction to Glenwood Springs, cheers I couldn't decide what to run on it though,so Blue Comet seemed fine.





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Post  rufuskins on Sat 06 Dec 2014, 7:44 pm

The gentleman who created this route has a French email address, so my guess is this may be more orientated towards France. As it has route mileage in excess of 1000Km a route map would be quite a major job methinks. It's worth noting that there are both passenger and freight activities available on Trainsim[dot]com, together with a vast array of stock. I downloaded all of it some time ago but it is not yet installed.


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Post  ianmacmillan on Sat 06 Dec 2014, 10:07 pm

Sarah  takes to Hartz.



I converted the route to electric and aliased the loco to the class 20 sounds.
Looks and soundsgreat as an electro-diesel.

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Post  neanderthal on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 12:50 pm

Nene Valley Railway,does anyone have it up and running ?





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Post  Markh5682 on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 3:28 pm

I have the Nene valley route up and running, it can be a bit heavy on MSTS resources considering the low density of scenery in some parts of the route. it would hardly run when I first bought it, though that is no longer a problem with modern higher spec computers.



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Post  StephenRWells on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 5:50 pm

Hi,

I have it, but not currently installed. When I used to run it I seem to remember that using the supplied stock was like driving on sheet ice!! Apart from that it was well made and looked good. As Mark said it does need modern higher spec computers to enjoy it at its best.

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Post  neanderthal on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 6:16 pm

Thanks for that Stephen,thats exactly what is happening,so I suppose I'll have to put up with it.as you say its a nice Route,and I will enjoy doing whichever acts work best.I notice that the BoB runs and stops well.Regards Roger.


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Post  Markh5682 on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 1:37 am

I have just run the whole length of the route in MSTS using the J94 loco and everything worked perfectly, no problem with the brakes or stopping (driving on sheet ice) as some people have reported, so I'm not sure what is going on there.

I tried running the NVR in OR but didn't have much success with it, some paths that work OK in MSTS come back as broken in OR, once I found a path that did work I tried running the J94 in OR, but I couldn't get it to move at all no matter what keys I pressed, I'm currently updating to the latest version of OR to see if that helps.


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Post  Markh5682 on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 2:34 am

UPDATE: The OR update has fixed the non operating J94 but not the broken paths, the brakes work as expected in OR too.


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Post  neanderthal on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 12:11 pm

Thanks for that Mark,I don't understand it either,the brakes on the J94 DO work fine (except for locking up) Light Engine,but she Slides for ever when shunting in the yard (for me) so much so that on the Last Shunt ( to get back out on the Mainline) I did not go faster than 3 mph,and she still slid forward (Backward actually) even applying Sand failed to assist.So I'll just put it down as an MSTS foible,and crack on with the BoB acts which work fine as do the Diesels.Many thanks for looking,greatly appreciated,Regards Very Happy


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Post  Markh5682 on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 12:21 pm

Which act were you trying to run Roger? I'll run it and see if I can replicate the problem in the act.

As a side note, Nene valley runs perfectly on my new higher spec computer, no stuttering or loss of frame rates at all, OK


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Re: Retro Routes

Post  mikehendle on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 11:31 pm

Hi
Just to say if you have MEP+ you can drive the Nene Valley Route as it was in the 1970's,the British Sugar Sidings were still in place then and also the Quarey roughly where Yarwell is now.

In BR Days the most common loco's on the route were BR Standard 4 and 5 MT, 4MT tank loco's, Ivatt 2-6-2T,and Ivatt Class 4 (Ugly Ducklings)  freight 8F Black 5 and 4F 0-6-0,and the odd B1.

Services ran from Peterborough East to  Rugby,there were also some through trains to Ely Norwich,Cambridge,Ipswich and Harwich.

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Re: Retro Routes

Post  neanderthal on Fri 23 Jan 2015, 10:31 am

Yes Mike,I do indeed have MEP +,it is without a doubt my favourite,both the Route and Stock alone make for a most enjoyable Simulation,so when you take into account the Activities it becomes (almost) unbeatable and its not just an A to B and back Route either.When you take into account that it works straight out of the box and costs a Fiver I would be surprised if this were not everyone's favourite,especially amongst those of us that cannot do the Technical bits of down loading stock (that works).

Mike the original problem I had was with Act 1,But I have managed to complete that one now,But find that I have problems with the Brakes on the "City of Birmingham" an s well as the "Class 14".
The other side of the Coin is though that "BoB 92 Squadron works and stops well,as does the Class 40".

Don,t know about the Spec of my PC,but I have no Stuttering on any of the SIMs,except Dorset Coast (in certain places).Nene Valley is a lovely run with great Scenery,so I'm certainly happy to use it,its just a shame that I cannot get certain Trains to STOP.









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Re: Retro Routes

Post  mikehendle on Fri 23 Jan 2015, 10:53 am

Hi Roger,
You will be pleased to know the real 92 Squadron is back on the Nene Valley Railway, it is being restored at present,hopefully it will be back inservice before the BR Standard City of Peterborough is taken out of service,due to it's boiler certificate running out.
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Post  neanderthal on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 10:03 pm

That's great news indeed Mike,I wouldn't be surprised if you get a visit from Andy soon then!

  as you can see I've moved closer to home for a while

   The first 2 shots are of Symonds Yat,between Monmouth and Ross on Wye

 This last grab is the RailBus entering Ross (I know Alec likes Cabviews)

I don't know whether the likes of the Railbus would ever have been seen on this Route,But it certainly looks right,so many thanks to refman for the Model.


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Post  35005CP on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 10:09 pm

Hi all,
Still a lot of work to do to 34081 yet... http://www.34081.brushhouse.co.uk/frame.html
It's been a while since I visited the line.... But I may have to take a trip up there when she is back after her Overhaul.... Unless, she comes down to the Bluebell again!! (which was the last time I saw her) This of course was alongside MHR resident 34007.... Very Happy
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P.S - Watching a Steam video at the moment that I found today at my local shop/Tip which has mainline action from 2004..... Has Std 5 73096 on it! Very Happy


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Post  rufuskins on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 11:07 pm

neanderthal wrote: (I know Alec likes Cabviews)

You know me so well!

Mind you I've liked all the recent screenshots you've posted.


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Post  neanderthal on Mon 26 Jan 2015, 8:28 pm

Still going through my older UKTS Cds,and up popped this little Gem,which to tell the truth I had all but forgotten (I was looking for my Talyllyn).



Now I'll have to ride the Narrows to B.Ff, before I can resume the search! Very Happy

A trip with Prince,and crossing the Cambrian Coast line.

 Certainly worth the Revisit.


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Post  neanderthal on Wed 28 Jan 2015, 9:13 pm

 leaving Porth Madog

 Crossing the Cob

 Onwards and Upward





  The full Trip


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Post  neanderthal on Thu 29 Jan 2015, 8:04 pm

 Busy day at the Port

 Crossing a dry Wall

and hugging the Hillside

 


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I don't know what Route this is ! so please dont ask LOL

Post  neanderthal on Tue 03 Feb 2015, 9:01 pm

 

All its got as a name is KMJ

 


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Post  slipperman12 on Tue 03 Feb 2015, 9:14 pm

Hi Roger,
It's a fictitious route, set in middle Sweden - the initials mean “Kvarndalen Munksäter Järnväg”!!
It's available on UKTS as files 9326 and 9327 (strangely, 9326 is an upgrade for 9327)

I first saw this route on a YouTube video when it was running a great sounding steam loco. It's similar to the one in your screenshot, but I don't think it's the same. I contacted the video uploader and asked where I could get the loco - he sent it to me, but, unfortunately, I can't share it Sad

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Post  neanderthal on Tue 03 Feb 2015, 10:28 pm

Thanks for that Ged,the initials will do,I wouldn't like to try saying it,especially after a Pint.Nice route though. Very Happy


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Post  slipperman12 on Wed 04 Feb 2015, 4:22 pm

Hi Roger,
Apologies are due Embarassed Embarassed   It wasn't the KMJ route that I downloaded a long time ago, but NMJ ("Nåttebo-Mellefors-Järnväg") although it is a Swedish route by, I think, the same author.


I thought it wasn't available, but I found it here : http://msts.heidling.com/.   If you want to have a look, it's file NMJ.v1.0_07_01_the_route.zip .  The loco I used (SJ E 1189) is here : http://www.banbyggarna.se/msts/Steam_trains.htm , or here : http://www.micke-andersson.se/msts/lok.html ,  although it doesn't have the same sounds as mine!

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Post  neanderthal on Wed 04 Feb 2015, 7:08 pm

Thanks for the added info Ged,I have popped over and downloaded both Files,I will have a bash at Installing them tomorrow if the Wife will let me.At the moment I'm having a go at installing Wupper 11,with its stock,but am struggling as usual Embarassed ,(I feel another Uninstall coming on). affraid


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Post  slipperman12 on Wed 04 Feb 2015, 7:35 pm

Hi Roger,
I hope you don't mean you might have to uninstall/re-install MSTS !!
...but if you do,and if you've only installed the route and no activities, you should be OK to just remove the route folder itself.  If you HAVE installed an activity (or more), you'll also need to remove the Consists for them before you're back to where you were before you added the route.

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Post  Markh5682 on Thu 05 Feb 2015, 2:36 pm

A couple of shots from the Swanage route (payware)





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Post  neanderthal on Thu 05 Feb 2015, 7:13 pm

Hi Mark,its a great little Route,I keep that one installed .


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Post  Markh5682 on Fri 06 Feb 2015, 8:58 pm

Yes it's a nice little route OK

Corfe castle and station on the Swanage route.



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Post  RIGFindlay on Fri 06 Feb 2015, 10:35 pm



The Evesham Branch

A nice route for a quiet drive.

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Post  neanderthal on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 4:45 pm

I must admit I fancy the Evesham branch,but its a litte expensive,anyway here's another UKTS downloaded route which comes with stock and half a dozen activities.

 

 

It's a very short Route called "Southwold",but the Route itself and the Stock are very good.(Note the weird signal system).


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Post  mikehendle on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 5:49 pm

Hi
Just to say the Minister or Transport on the 5th February has opened the new link to allow trains to enter\exit the main line at at Whereham,it's a proper signalling system with staffs,the first train to use it was a SWT 158 which took the Minister to Corfe Castle and Swanage.

Over this year SWT will be running trial trains with a plan to reintroduce through Waterloo-Werham-Corfe Castle-Swanage Services,and if succesful the line might be electrified.

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Post  RIGFindlay on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 6:00 pm

I like the look of Southwold, and I shall certainly give it a go. Thanks.

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Post  andrew moody on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 6:17 pm

mikehendle wrote:Hi
Just to say the Minister or Transport has just opened the new link to allow trains to enter the main line at at Whereham,it's a proper signalling system with staffs,the first train to use it was a SWT 159 which took the Minister to Corfe Castle and Swanage.

Over this year SWT will be running trial trains with a plan to reintroduce through Waterloo-Werham-Corfe Castle-Swanage Services,and if succesful the line might be electrified.

Mike
Sorry Mike. Just a little bit out there, It will be, or is planned to be a Wareham to Swanage service worked by Swanage railway class 117 DMMU's currently under refurbishment at Eastleigh Works.
I do not know of any plans to run through regular services from/to London and it most certainly will not be steam hauled as suggested by one of the monthly magazines
who should know better.
Of course there will be the occasional special train either main line steam, diesel or SWT 159.
Where have you heard the suggestion of the Swanage branch being electrified, Sounds like the Rumour and speculation department of British Rail are still active then Laughing Laughing
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Post  mikehendle on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 6:57 pm

Hi
Just been reading on Swange Railways web page and the new signalling cost 32 million pounds,the electric tokens are changed at Corfe Castle signal box and on the platform at Wareham,there is also a direct link to the main power box at Basingstoke,Dorset County Council have given the railway a 99 year lease on the section between Worgret Junction and Furzebrooke.

Trail Trains start towards the end of 2016 and into 2017.to me £32 million seams a lot of money to spend just to allow heratage DMU's to just run a mile on the main line from Worgret Junction to Werham Station.also one of the 5 leading backers are South West Trains,along with Network Rail Purbeck Council and Dorset Council and Perenco Oil.
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Post  andrew moody on Sun 08 Feb 2015, 11:36 pm

mikehendle wrote:Hi
Just been reading on Swange Railways web page and the new signalling cost 32 million pounds,the electric tokens are changed at Corfe Castle signal box and on the platform at Wareham,there is also a direct link to the main power box at Basingstoke,Dorset County Council have given the railway a 99 year lease on the section between Worgret Junction and Furzebrooke.

Trail Trains start towards the end of 2016 and into 2017.to me £32 million seams a lot of money to spend just to allow heratage DMU's to just run a mile on the main line from Worgret Junction to Werham Station.also one of the 5 leading backers are South West Trains,along with Network Rail Purbeck Council and Dorset Council and Perenco Oil.
Mike

Hi Mike.
The cost is actually 3point 2 million pounds which was the contribution to the signalling at  the Worgret Jn end of the branch.
From  the pictures, you can see one of the key token instruments at Wareham station, although the Corfe Castle signalman gives a release from the instrument on the block
shelf in conjunction with the Basingstoke (Poole to Wool) signaller who sets the route on his panel, the key token is only taken as far as Norden, where it is placed in the
No Signalman Key token instrument, we have a separate No Signalman Key token instrument between Norden and Corfe castle.
I note that the SWT unit was a class 158, I think that is the first time that SWT have not sent a 159.
158890 was the last 158 that I worked as a guard on the Lymington branch before retiring.
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Post  neanderthal on Sat 14 Feb 2015, 8:17 am

Not sure how accurate this is,But !

 

 

I enjoyed the trip.


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Post  mikehendle on Sat 14 Feb 2015, 8:33 am

Hi Roger,
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Post  NiallGray on Sat 14 Feb 2015, 11:40 am

I am assuming it's meant to be High Speed 1 going by the statue and clock in last shot.

While Waterloo is an easier station to get to for me (direct train), I have come to accept that St Pancras has never looked so good since the Eurostar moved there. I originally hated the idea of St Pancras being the terminus as it was my favourite station in London many years ago, but it was in a sorry state until Eurostar moved in.

The train is all wrong, but I've been on those units in France. Very nice they are too.

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Post  Markh5682 on Sat 14 Feb 2015, 1:37 pm

HS1 is a nice route, although complete it is a bit rough around the edges and needs tidying up and some final details polishing up, it could be a great route if someone could add some final attention to detail to it.

Eurostar just arrived at St Pancras.


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Post  Markh5682 on Mon 23 Feb 2015, 4:08 am

A couple of vintage MR locos at Settle on the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle route, MR stock is included with the route.

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Re: Retro Routes

Post  neanderthal on Mon 23 Feb 2015, 12:03 pm

Hello Mark,this was the first Route I downloaded and was amazed by the improvement over the Default Route. Shocked But even way back then I wondered why I couldn't get nice White Steam out of my Engine,and never got Black out of the other.Still wondering,does the second Engine actually do any work !But the Stock that comes with this Route is Fantastic,AND I still use it.   Regards.... Neanderthal.... Very Happy


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Post  Markh5682 on Mon 23 Feb 2015, 2:30 pm

Hi Roger.

Despite the different coloured smoke I think they would perform and do work exactly the same as any other double headed loco in MSTS.


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Talyllyn

Post  neanderthal on Fri 06 Mar 2015, 7:49 pm

If you fancy a nice little ride Talyllyn  Railway (UKTS Community Cd) may be just the one for you.  Plenty of Stock and Acts.

 


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