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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 3:03 am 
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would it be possible for you to upload a savgame?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 3:16 am 
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bwong wrote:
would it be possible for you to upload a savgame?


Certainly. :D

I might upload more savegames, but have fun with this one!


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File comment: Here's a grf list.
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File comment: A savegame from 1871. If yoy want I can upload a savegame every 10-15 game years.
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File comment: And here's the scenario. Start date is 1820.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 3:40 am 
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File comment: Here is the brickworks in Lardinghattan. 2-6-0 Moguls transport gravel from a quarry near Tenningville.
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File comment: Prindinghead has received a railway station and the coal mine has been upgraded and realigned.
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File comment: Increasing traffic has pormpted major upgrades to the mainlines between Brinton, Futway and Ponsford. The single-track section is abandoned
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:03 am 
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By the way, i like the new feature that downsizeds images automatically so i dont have to crop them. :)

You still should so you draw focus to what you're showing us. It takes a little more effort but the effect is better and I don't have to look at half a screen of dull grass.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:34 am 
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Badger wrote:
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By the way, i like the new feature that downsizeds images automatically so i dont have to crop them. :)

You still should so you draw focus to what you're showing us. It takes a little more effort but the effect is better and I don't have to look at half a screen of dull grass.


OK then. I just thought people might want to see the surroundings and be able to orientate themselves better as to where it is on the map.


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File comment: The new harbour in Pronnley Market. It is a goods transfer station and goods are transferred from trains to ships which carry the goods to distant towns.
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File comment: Two clippers meet in the bay. One is carrying goods to the distant town, the other is carrying mail back to Ponsford. Meanwhile, an empty goods train rattles back to the factory to pick up more wares.
(BTW it loks like its losing money, but it gets it from the transfer credits.

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File comment: Oh no!!! That's the second time that's happened. Time to build an overpass!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 11:54 am 
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File comment: Bridge has been built. The crossing is now safe!
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File comment: The upgraded food processing plant in Brinton. Trains from a farm south of here now supply this plant with livestock and grain as well as the trucks.
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File comment: Here's to show how big ponsford has gotten. Also, to everybody's surprise, these newfangled "electric" trams actually need Mr. Pick's absurd wires to run! Not that they have any visible current collector(!)
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:02 pm 
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The age of electricity has arrived. With all of these new electric trams and metro trains, and an increasing number of people using electricity, we must build a power station and supply it with coal.


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File comment: The cars run over the bridge on the newly built metro railway in Ponsford. The electric train cars run to Geningwell and Pronnley Market.
This bridge has a very interesting architecture, with one side being a suspension bridge and the other cable stayed.

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File comment: The metro station in Geningwell. Meanwhile, a paddle steamer puffs towards the dock.
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File comment: All of these electric vehicles need electricity, and for that we need to build a power station!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 12:11 pm 
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File comment: The coal train rolls into the power station. Now the trams and metro have plenty of power.
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File comment: The area around the Sarningville Brewery is being enclosed by buildings, so canals have been built to ship the formerly locally grown hops and barley from a distant farm.
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File comment: A canal has been built to connect the lakes that neighbor Prindinghead and Chardinghead. Here the ferries pass Tenningville, which the canal also connects to.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 1:07 pm 
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is it just me, or are those local boats too small....?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 9:37 pm 
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bwong wrote:
is it just me, or are those local boats too small....?


i was just wondering the same thing, its a micacle they survive the trip on that big body of water without being flooded over by a tiny wave

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 9:44 am 
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Bump :D

After a break from this thread, I'm back to continue the story!


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File comment: A new Shay engine is now working the logging trains near Geningwell.
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File comment: Passenger traffic has increased, and clerestory coaches are now used on major passenger trains. A goods train is loading at the factory.
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File comment: Here we see an ancient 2-4-0 and vans of the Museum Society rattling past the factory,because the depot had to be relocated.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 9:55 am 
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Where you found that wagons from third picture?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 10:03 am 
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Kogut wrote:
Where you found that wagons from third picture?

They are part of the Early Start set viewtopic.php?f=26&t=41132
Same set the horses came from.

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In this picture of Ponsford, you can see that the city has three separate railway stations: Ponsford Central, which serves most long-distance trains; Ponsford Heights, which serves some local trains going east, and Fawood Central, which serves various regional trains going west.

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File comment: Ponsford Central has been upgraded to 4 tracks, to accommodate Mr. Pick's 'secret future plans' for expansion.
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Mr. Pick's 'secret plan' involves uniting these stations with...

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File comment: Electric Interurbans! The electric train can be seen here in Fawood, and it unites the three stations.
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File comment: To build more of these electric trains, Mr. Pick has commissioned an Electric Works to assemble the vehicles. A steam locomotive is used to haul the electric trains tho the powered tracks.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 10:24 am 
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Stop posting screenshots and work on your European set Jake :P

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 1:23 pm 
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jake.grimshaw wrote:
Stop posting screenshots and work on your European set Jake :P

More like the OBB Austrian Train Set!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:59 am 
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EPIC BUMP:

Yes yes, Trains of Europe's coming along nicely, unfortunately one has to take breaks when he has to code between studying. So here's some new, random screenshots from my recent games.

First up is Trainforest, a game which I've been playing for over a year now with long breaks. So don't complain that I'm using an old version of FIRS or NuTracks, I tried upgrading it and it broke my metro systems :( And if you see some engines or wagons you don't recognise, it's because I've been scourging sprites on the forums and coding them for myself :twisted: I have uploaded a savegame of Trainforest and a few screenshots a long time ago, you can find them here.

Let's begin with Lenwich - it is one of my busiest stations and is very efficient for its rather small size. (go to the old thread and find a picture of Lenwich there, it's grown a bit)
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This is the passenger mainline that connects Main Town with the rest of the network. It was taken at roughly the same place as here.
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Here is a large shot of south of Lenwich, with many lines visible including the high speed line. The railway museum is visible, complete with functioning streamlined Hudson and Duplex.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:17 am 
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Here is a current map of the Trainforest network. I have savegames from 1935 or so onwards, so feel free to request any location, any time period from 1935. Bear in mind that there wasn't much there in the 1930s, but anything between Main Town, Badingsay and Accpool has always been there :wink:
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Here is Senport, a busy harbour with a metal foundry. It also serves for the transfer of various goods and supplies to trains, trucks and canal boats.
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Here is Main Town, the oldest station on the map. It is somewhat clogged and overcrowded, but the old building is heritage listed which makes expansion difficult.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:34 am 
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Mr. Example wrote:
May I see Godfield in the 1970s and the present please?


Sure :P
Godfield, 1975:
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Godfield in the current savegame: It has hardly changed :shock:
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Since this is such a long-running game (probably my longest ever) I have some rather old locomotives still trundling around. This one is much older than it says, because of that silly bug OTTD used to have where it didn't display vehicle ages older than two hundred something years. Therefore the age of this vehicle is at least 600 years. :shock: And no, I can't keep track of it using the build date, because I've used the date cheat so much that it no longer makes sense. Never fear, I didn't use it in such a way that there are trains out of their time period :wink:
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Here's an oldie for you:
Lenwich, 1939
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Lewissay Bridge, 1935
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Lewissay Bridge currently:
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Last set for today:

The riverside town of Bradley's Green has quite a bit of industry and is affluent. There is a large sawmill, and the steel mill is just south of here (note the foundry transporters at the scrapyard)
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Badingsay station; it has been extensively rebuilt and moved since 1935. It needs a rebuild again soon, as it is quite congested.
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A rural image for a change: A livestock train waits for the tractors from other farms to help fill it up. If it weren't for the VAST Fences, these roads would be lined with houses and that would look ugly.
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