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Carmeton Shuttle
This route is a fictional route, running a small shuttle service in the beautiful, English countryside. The Class 150/1 shuttle service runs from the town of Longston to the town of Carmeton. Note: Both the below files are required. It's been split in two to make it easier for dial-up users. Also, make sure you read the 'InstallAWS.txt' file so you can use AWS.

Required Train: Class 150/1 - Virtual Rail
Created By: James Underwood
 

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you could coxter, the branch actually ends at Carmeton (the 142 hides the work after the buffers :P :lol: ) but the branch to the right, continues to Carmeton East, Crewebridge, Easthampton, Walford Jct and London Heuston.
If you wish to extend to the right Coxter, by all means do :).

Look out for the return, Carmeton - Longston, and a special bonus... :D
 

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heart-of-wessex said:
you could coxter, the branch actually ends at Carmeton (the 142 hides the work after the buffers :P :lol: ) but the branch to the right, continues to Carmeton East, Crewebridge, Easthampton, Walford Jct and London Heuston.
If you wish to extend to the right Coxter, by all means do :).

Look out for the return, Carmeton - Longston, and a special bonus... :D
Sounds exciting! Obviously based around the WCML!

Carmeton - Nuneaton
Crewebridge - Crewe
Easthampton - Northampton
Walford Junction - Watford Junction/Eastenders
London Heuston - London Euston

:lol:
 

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Coxster said:
heart-of-wessex said:
you could coxter, the branch actually ends at Carmeton (the 142 hides the work after the buffers :P :lol: ) but the branch to the right, continues to Carmeton East, Crewebridge, Easthampton, Walford Jct and London Heuston.
If you wish to extend to the right Coxter, by all means do :).

Look out for the return, Carmeton - Longston, and a special bonus... :D
Sounds exciting! Obviously based around the WCML!

Carmeton - Nuneaton
Crewebridge - Crewe
Easthampton - Northampton
Walford Junction - Watford Junction/Eastenders
London Heuston - London Euston

:lol:
Carmeton - nope, just a random name!
Crewebridge - yep
Easthampton - well based on Southampton, but close
Wolford Junction - yep
Heuston - yep

But if you would do that Coxter, please do my plans, as everyone would enjoy it, which is a 4 track mainline after Carmeton East so users can throttle a HST or Voyager down it! I would say Pendos, but its non electified and would not fit to turn round at Longston!
 

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The Pendo may be having a re-vamp in October, when I go to London I can get some sounds! :D Whipeeee! The cab is fine I think though, maybe a bit of an update for BVE 4.
 

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Can't wait to download it! Might try now in just a second. Won't be able to try it until tomorrow probably, but saying that I had a trial of the route a few months ago anyway... :P
 

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It happened to me thaton TSC when the ELLv2 came out, and when this route came out. Try pressing F5 whilst your on the route page. ;)
 

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RichardH said:
It happened to me thaton TSC when the ELLv2 came out, and when this route came out. Try pressing F5 whilst your on the route page. ;)
It's becuase you have a chached version of the page. A simple Ctrl + F5 will sort it :)
 

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Yep, thanks for helping me sort that yesterday. A simple F5 wouldn't do it, but the Ctrl and F5 did. What difference is there between those key combinations in terms of what they do?

Finished the download earlier, now just got to try it out. Comments will be posted when I finish my extensive trialling of it.
 

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Well, knowing most ICT courses, keyboard shortcuts is probarbly too hard a concept to grasp...
 
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