[Openbve] First Great Western MTU Re-skin

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  1. Adam_Harrison

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    Started this months ago but Grand Central re-skins took priority. So here is the latest ! If i work hard enough i can get this out this week some time!
     

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  3. Aictos

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    Nice, a FCC reskin wouldn't go afar with the 321s and 319s being available, :)
     
  4. MCR247

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    Nice, but too blue :)
     
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    NR Buffet car, serving track monitoring equipment, but you cant eat it :)
     
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    lol!!
     
  7. Adam_Harrison

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    You ignored me last comment, no offence, but it is waaayy to blue :)
     
  9. Adam_Harrison

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    oh sorry matey i didn't see it! :( ill make sure i change it for V2 :D!
     
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    It's alright. Just some constructive criticism, but apart from that it looks really good. Well done :D
     
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    and i welcome constructive criticism! it helps me alot! and thankyou! :D
     
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