A little update from The Jubilee Line

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Julian G

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Nice, I can't wait to hear the acceleration :p
Ever heard the Acceleration of a Cravens Unit? they're bloody loud!
I had the Loudest Cravens ever on Saturday, apparantly it was 5062, Beast

On the other hand, Good Work Dan , excellent Work to RichH, from what i can see the route looks great!
 

The Snap

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On the other hand, Good Work Dan , excellent Work to RichH, from what i can see the route looks great!
Cheers Julian mate! :D

A small update for you lot anyway, the route will now start at Swiss Cottage, giving drivers a longer section of the old part of the line to drive. The route is coming along nicely, and we hope for a release soon.

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It looks fantastic! Cannot wait!

Sounds good starting at Swiss Cottage, the route will be quite a decent length. From what I remember Swiss Cottage and I think St John's Wood are the really, really old platforms, dating back to the 1900's because they used to be used when the Bakerloo Line went out to Stanmore. Baker Street was refurbed when the Jubilee opened in 1979, and the stations from Bond St to Charing Cross had new platforms built I believe - please correct me if I'm wrong!

Well done to everybody involved in this route!
 

Alstom1995

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It's ok considering it's WIP, the sounds are all a bit muffled and quick but thats the 96 for you. I would love to compare the acceleration to the braking as it might be different?

Well Done so far

Nath
It does stop smoother then that I assure you, but since the gradients were added, it needs retweaking again.
 
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It looks very good indeed. But I think the 96ts sounds may need a little tweaking as theres sudden increase and decrease in motor volume as the train is coming to a stop.
 

Alstom1995

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It looks very good indeed. But I think the 96ts sounds may need a little tweaking as theres sudden increase and decrease in motor volume as the train is coming to a stop.
Yeah I know and don't worry the train won't be released until its 100pc finished.:wave: This video was mainly for an update on the route, not really the train.
 

Jubilee191

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Will the other trains actually move in this project? I mean that by saying that in the northern line v3 the other trains you can see never move, they are just deployed there randomly and they are kept stationery, At north greenwich in the trailer you can see a train there on another platform as you come in, will that train actually move or be kept stationery...
 

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Indeed.

Regarding the vid. I've just watched one of your vids along the Jubilee and the run sounds when not motoring much sound much more like the 95 than in the real vid, where they are most definatly more unique to the 96ts.
 
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