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Post by Samwise » 10 Mar 2007 22:28

Just a random screenshot.
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Post by Bad Hair Day » 11 Mar 2007 13:22

[OTTD]

The Boeings are coming!

RUN AWAY!
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Post by Calamarain » 11 Mar 2007 13:59

My harbour area
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Post by Dave » 11 Mar 2007 14:01

2-10-0 wrote:[OTTD]

The Boeings are coming!

RUN AWAY!
HAHAHAHA

Hilarious stuff xD
My harbour area
Wow! Really nice stuff! UKRS I see too! And it's non-electrified! :shock:

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Post by Born Acorn » 11 Mar 2007 14:12

2-10-0 wrote:[OTTD]

The Boeings are coming!

RUN AWAY!
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Post by Calamarain » 11 Mar 2007 15:20

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Wow! Really nice stuff! UKRS I see too! And it's non-electrified! :shock:
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Post by Ben_K » 11 Mar 2007 21:14

2-10-0 wrote:The Boeings are coming!

RUN AWAY!
Its ok, they are going to bomb Milton Keynes ;)

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Post by Raichase » 12 Mar 2007 06:25

2-10-0 wrote:[OTTD]

The Boeings are coming!

RUN AWAY!
I remember you could patch the original Red Alert so that you got heaps of paratroopers when you called them in - I imagine we could have used those sprites to represent the cargo plane :tongue:
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Post by Ben_K » 12 Mar 2007 12:20

Or imagine you could get heaps of paratroopers! That would soon show that local authority not to turn you down again! :twisted:

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Post by Raichase » 13 Mar 2007 04:47

Ben_K wrote:Or imagine you could get heaps of paratroopers! That would soon show that local authority not to turn you down again! :twisted:
Just use Tanya to blow up enemy stations :))
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Post by Ben_K » 13 Mar 2007 18:37

Or protect those vital resources with a vast array of Tesla coils!

Hmmm... going O/T now. Sorry everyone. :oops:


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Post by Bad Hair Day » 13 Mar 2007 18:45

You've all given me an idea.
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Post by Dave » 13 Mar 2007 19:00

Oh be jaysus. He's got an idea.
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Post by Ben_K » 14 Mar 2007 20:42

Here is one from my latest game. Its an Artic using the US Set.
(I just hope I got the right engines to carriages! :? )

Edit: US Set, not NARS - thanks WhiteRabbit! 8)
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Post by White Rabbit » 14 Mar 2007 22:14

That's actually the US Set, and no, I don't think GG1s are best suited for such short trains. ;)
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Post by Ben_K » 14 Mar 2007 23:01

I didnt think it was NARS but I couldnt remember the name. Doh!

And the intention will be to have more carriages but the route doesnt support it yet. in which case, what would be a better locomotive to use?
(Its a shame the US Set doesnt have the same extra info like the UKRS has to tell muppets like me what type of engines pull what...)

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Post by White Rabbit » 15 Mar 2007 12:01

The steel and wood interurbans are good for short passenger trains.
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Post by Toni Babelony » 15 Mar 2007 23:32

This is what happens if you combine CSset 1.5.1 with DBSetXL (CSset given higher priority)

A German BR 116 (E16) is pulling an express train of Czech coaches, while 434.2 (Ctyrkolak) is hauling a rack of empty coal wagons.

I love both sets! CSset because of it's colourful engines and DBSetXL because of the immense choice of freight wagons. Combining the best with the best is a winning combination.

Problems haven't occured so far, but this is quite likely to happen to some point... Just put the autosave on frequent.
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Post by Toni Babelony » 16 Mar 2007 13:57

Okay, a double post, but I really wanted to show you guys this screenie. I'm using these GRFs in OTTD r8971-newhouses:

dbsetxlw.grf
newstatsw.grf
pb_viaduct.grf
canstnw_120.grf
pb_av8w.grf
usstatsw.grf
ttrs3w.grf
citystationsw.GRF
csstationsw.grf
csplatformsw.grf
csdseto.grf
cstramset_004-new_sounds.grf
gertramsw.grf
infra_landscapew.grf
jcindstaw.grf
jpfacesw.GRF
japstatsw.grf
modernsuburbanw.grf
coalminew.grf
dep2.1w.GRF
ironminew.grf
transmitter.grf
platformsw.grf
stolentreesw_162_108.grf
suburbanw.GRF
newstatsw.grf
harbourw_456.grf
srvttw.grf
pb_hovs_bus.grf

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Tabor is not the largest station on my current network, but it's certanly one of the busiest! The large stationbuilding is a good identifiction of all the trains who pass this 'hub'. As you can see the track layout of Tabor 1952 is very very inefficient, so I changed the layout. It's very difficult to make an efficient station without PBS, but in the end NOT using PBS works better and traffic doesn't get stuck that often.

Jezulkim, as we can see in the 1957 picture has two frequent commuter services. One is a German EMU service and the second one a steam-engine hauled double-decker train.

In both pictures we can see express trains leaving and entering Tabor.
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Post by Killer 11 » 16 Mar 2007 16:11

Well i be damned!
That's One of the best screenies i've ever seen. Good work!

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