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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:45 pm 
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These are what I am working on
Imagemk2 stock greeni by Gary Green, on Flickr

BSO is getting the parts list completing
ImageMk2 BSO update by Gary Green, on Flickr


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 7:48 pm 
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:o :o

Great work Greeni. These will fill a MAJOR hole in the Trainz rolling stock list.


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Loving them


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If you want to make the interiors incredibly realistic, don't forget to include blocked toilets so that us Trainzers can recreate a realistic Class 37 hauled Birmingham International to Holyhead Regional Railways experience :-D


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Briggsy wrote:
If you want to make the interiors incredibly realistic, don't forget to include blocked toilets so that us Trainzers can recreate a realistic Class 37 hauled Birmingham International to Holyhead Regional Railways experience :-D

I can even provide the excrement if you like :shock: . I've been told many times that I'm full of it :lol: (but not in such a politely described manner :lol: ) Oh the wonderful days of B.R. and the general public at large :roll:

They look great though Gary. They're definitely on my list to look out for.

Cheers :D

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If you want to make the interiors incredibly realistic, don't forget to include blocked toilets so that us Trainzers can recreate a realistic Class 37 hauled Birmingham International to Holyhead Regional Railways experience :-D

I think you've missed the major question we've all been wanting to ask - does it tilt? :lol:

In all seriousness, it looks excellent greeni.

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Excellent work there . a much needed item of content . Be good to mix with the Mk1s


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Just a quick update :)

Imagemk2 updates BSO BFK by Gary Green, on Flickr


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This is the most exciting rolling stock development in UK Trainz for years as far as I'm concerned. Great stuff Gary! Looks like my reskinned Mk2c's are finally about to be dragged off to the scrapyard (http://www.jatws.org/paulsw2/paulsw2.html).

One query though - I wasn't aware that a composite corridor coach existed in Mk2.

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Hi Paul,

To be honest I can't find any composite's too its just going off the plans set out as "AA303" 18 first/24 second dated issue3 march 88.

I think its where they converted/downgraded mk2a first class into full second class and ran them as SK instead of first/second CK. As there is only 19 converted


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Checking my 1988 Ian Allan combo, there were 5 corridor composite Mk2c - AA304 1st 24, std 18
7550, 7551, 7553, 7558, 7561, all based at Inverness.

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Thank's for the information blackwatch13, will put them in the database i have for them.


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Briggsy wrote:
If you want to make the interiors incredibly realistic, don't forget to include blocked toilets so that us Trainzers can recreate a realistic Class 37 hauled Birmingham International to Holyhead Regional Railways experience :-D

I think you've missed the major question we've all been wanting to ask - does it tilt? :lol:


I hope you're referring to the coaches tilting - and not the blocked toilets. That could get messy (although London Midland seemed to have mastered it perfectly.....) :lol:


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BSO - BFK - FK - TSO - SO

basics done so far

Imagemk2 coaches so far by Gary Green, on Flickr


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These look amazing. Awesome work as usual.


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