Slammers in MSTS!!!

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bunnahabhain

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Erm....

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I believe they all include quite a few MK1 Electrical Multiple Units of the 3rd Rail kind.
 

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Jamie C. Steel said:
Erm....

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I believe they all include quite a few MK1 Electrical Multiple Units of the 3rd Rail kind.
but that one is more realistic!! :)
 

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AlexS said:
Having seen the Making Tracks SWT CEP, I think Anton's modern day conversion wins hands down against this one.
But remember, "we" have only seen the WIP NSE one :roll:
 

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AlexS said:
Did I say SWT? I meant the NSE one in the forums :) I couldn't remember which, so I hammered in SWT. I don't know which is right.
NSE ;) SWT edited the colours to include their corporate orange, red and blue. It also doesn't look out of place when coupled to NSE liveried units.
 

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Well that pic isn't the best quality ;)

Apoligies if people have already seen this pic. The CEPs pictured here are WIP. I know they don't have the coach with first class in yet ;)
 

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Richard Armstrong said:
Well that pic isn't the best quality ;)
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Apoligies if people have already seen this pic. The CEPs pictured here are WIP. I know they don't have the coach with first class in yet ;)
it looks super good!!! :)
 

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the SWT CEP in the screenshot looks really good, can't say which is more realistic out of E-rail's and Making Tracks CEP.

But if i had to choose, it would be E-rails one!

Harold
 

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However the pipes are done using a seperate .eng file so they're either up or down, but it's something I've not seen before.
 

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Ive seen them on the model of the class 76s (woodhead electrics) although I dont know how realistic those ones are.
 

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Looking at the feedback given here we can see there seems to be a divide. We know that it may not be the most realistic model, but Matt Denison has tried is best to produce a very good model, and even if it's not better than MT, its still a good effort and looks the part.

Thanks to all those who gave positive feedback, its good to have some encouragment. :)

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I must admit, it's very good with those connected pipes. Although, I can't use MSTS at the moment because its broken and I can't find the CD. :(
 
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