More Shots Of Ashford/Swanley

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brilliant!!

Like the slammer! but what the hell is that guy doing on the slammer? looks like he's taken half the door off...?
 

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heart-of-wessex said:
brilliant!!

Like the slammer! but what the hell is that guy doing on the slammer? looks like he's taken half the door off...?
I'm guessing it is a window gone wrong ;) The VEP trailers still need completing.
 

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good route but why only use 377's? he could do differnt years for differnt trains like the blighton route.
 

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Excellent Screenshots can't wait for this one!

Class 313 bear in mind that older rolling stock may be incorporated into the route later on but the 377 is what operates the route now.
 

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lol class 313, i think the 377 was used just to drive up for the screenshots, i for one would not spend 30 mins just to drive to a place, take a pic, exit, re-start with another train, wait to load, drive off, take picture, exit ect ect
 

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Is that 377 a BVE4 version? If so, is it available yet??? :D
 

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no, it just the Couplers
although both 375,376 and 377 all have Dellners (i think!)
 

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Some 377s were 375s though. Southern modified the couplers to make 377s.
 

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1288gaje said:
no, it just the Couplers
although both 375,376 and 377 all have Dellners (i think!)

That doesn't make any sense.

377s are Dellners
375s/376s are Tightlock
 

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Chaz said:
1288gaje said:
no, it just the Couplers
although both 375,376 and 377 all have Dellners (i think!)

That doesn't make any sense.

377s are Dellners
375s/376s are Tightlock
But SET also had changed the couplers on the 375 to Dellners
 
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SET 375s are being progressively changed into 375/7s with Dellners IIRC.
 

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1288gaje said:
Chaz said:
1288gaje said:
no, it just the Couplers
although both 375,376 and 377 all have Dellners (i think!)

That doesn't make any sense.

377s are Dellners
375s/376s are Tightlock
But SET also had changed the couplers on the 375 to Dellners

Ahh... Now its makes sense ;)
 

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class 313 said:
good route but why only use 377's? he could do differnt years for differnt trains like the blighton route.

how about steam trains?

I could make a winter version of the route, and I could simulate the train breaking down due to ice on the conductor rail. :lol:
 
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