Train Simulator/Railworks-Screenshots & Videos

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Matty_T_98

Member
Mar 6, 2017
16
is it that the two pieces of rolling stock in the background are out of region/era? The coach looks quite old (from the letters I can make out it night be London North Western Railway) and maybe the other thing (which I'm guessing is GWR with the W obscured by the funnel) is far from the GW?
If not, then an alternative guess is a non-prototypical loco number.
The route is a fictitious Ex LNWR line, (now a preserved line) so the stock in the background is fine. The "errors" are loco specific. You are extremely close with the number guess. ;)
 

Road-hog123

An Orange Bus
Administrator
UKDT
Dec 10, 2015
1,680
Time for a little game. Can anybody spot what two things are wrong with this image?
is it that the two pieces of rolling stock in the background are out of region/era? The coach looks quite old (from the letters I can make out it night be London North Western Railway) and maybe the other thing (which I'm guessing is GWR with the W obscured by the funnel) is far from the GW?
If not, then an alternative guess is a non-prototypical loco number.
The route is a fictitious Ex LNWR line, (now a preserved line) so the stock in the background is fine. The "errors" are loco specific. You are extremely close with the number guess. ;)
After some Googling of the number, I found that the locomotive is one that existed and had that number, so I was also going to assume the stock or location was wrong.
However, some closer looking and I found the note "BR No. allocated but never applied" and a withdrawal date of 02/10/1948, the same year BR came into being. Presumably the errors are that it should be in a filthy LMS livery with the number "27681", not freshly painted into BR Black with its new number?
 

Enviro400Taco

Don't do that, tortoise!
Oct 30, 2016
1,593
I've started work on a fictional route set around Essex between Knoxstead (a main interchange with services towards London and East Anglia) and Leedham (a small market town). The Class 365 is being used as a placeholder until I get the GEML and Class 360's take over.
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Screenshot_Knoxstead - Leedham Branch_54.87950--2.91352_09-00-07.jpg
 

Matty_T_98

Member
Mar 6, 2017
16
After some Googling of the number, I found that the locomotive is one that existed and had that number, so I was also going to assume the stock or location was wrong.
However, some closer looking and I found the note "BR No. allocated but never applied" and a withdrawal date of 02/10/1948, the same year BR came into being. Presumably the errors are that it should be in a filthy LMS livery with the number "27681", not freshly painted into BR Black with its new number?
*DING DING DING* We have a winner!!! The other error is it's missing the Edge Hill (8A) Shed code on the smoke box due to limitations of the model.
 
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