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Post by gkirilov » 03 Nov 2006 22:13

I had to redesign my main line from 2 in each direction into 4 in each direction.

(The previous one : http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?p=511686#511686 )

Hopefully it will handle everything I need:
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Post by mxmaster » 04 Nov 2006 23:19

Well I decided to put some pics up...

Valfiera Transport, 26th Apr 1988.png

My most complex savegames' first station - 4 farms connected to one factory, with my two-staged Ro-Ro design

Valfiera Transport, 26th Apr 1988 #1.png

Same savegame - my biggest station here. 7 farms to one factory. It's big and I like it altough it isn't very busy (yet)
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Post by White Rabbit » 10 Nov 2006 15:17

512x1024 map. Few towns, no industries, since passenger service is now more interesting with the new UKRSv3 wagons. £300,000 starting money (would've been £500,000, but I made a mistake).

Top:
Little Hendingstone is the largest town on the map, so the largest station was also placed there. The idea was to have it as a terminus for longer distance trains, and a through station for local trains, but I was £200,000 short. :P

My first two engines are the 4-4-0 Express and the 0-6-0 tank engine, both seen here.

Middle:
The 0-6-0 operates a direct service between Little Hendingstone (now quite large), and Sindhead Cross. When Sindhead Cross also started to grow, I quickly sold the new tank engine to get my money back and bought two 4-4-0s, with accompanying wagons, using a £100,000 loan which I recently payed back. I'm broke again, but no gain without investment. ;)

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A few months later, I'm able to afford a 4th Express engine, this time with proper passenger and mail wagons, not the short covered carriage trucks (note the difference in lengths). Stations are now much busier than during last year, and the company tries to maintain a 'one train waiting on every station' policy. The moment one train arrives at Wrunpool Bridge, the waiting train on the other platform will leave, ensuring a good station rating.
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Post by White Rabbit » 10 Nov 2006 18:33

Continued from above.

Top:
A small passing lane, which has now lost more money than it saved after three extra trains were added to this part of the network.

Middle:
Little Hendingstone has had its junction expanded to accomodate trains from the south, and, as you can see from all the trees, plans are underway to build two extra platforms.

Bottom:
Lartfinburg is our most unique station, the only one with underground parking. ;) It is well connected to Little Hendingstone and several other cities, so the company is expecting to buy some road vehicles pretty soon.
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Post by Wolf01 » 10 Nov 2006 18:36

Middle: theatre city? :D

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Post by Born Acorn » 10 Nov 2006 21:08

Wow White Rabbit, nice use of NewGRF! :wink:

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Post by White Rabbit » 12 Nov 2006 17:23

Aw, you're just saying that because I'm using your waypoints. :)

5 more screenshots.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 3rd Oct 1923.png
The small Wennford crossover junction. Wennford is the smallest town we service. Its forests are still lush and the waters still clean. :)
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 29th Sep 1923.png
My network's central junction in closer detail. It works better than it looks, thanks to light traffic, but there's also plenty of room left for expansion.
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The map. The southern lines have been electrified, and now trains can go between Little Hendingstone and Fretfingbourne via Wennford. You can see from the roads that I'm determined to make the towns grow, whether they like it or not.
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Post by White Rabbit » 12 Nov 2006 17:31

Continued from above.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 4th Jan 1924.png
One additional platform has been added to Little Hendingstone's main terminus, and glass roofs have been installed. The partial electrification can also be seen, along with the new EE1-hauled train.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 13th Oct 1923.png
Fretfingbourne station was built in 1920, but it has been enlarged, and so is worth taking a screenshot of. It is now designed in the same manner as Little Hendingstone seen a few posts ago, with dedicated platforms for different trains.
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Post by Samwise » 13 Nov 2006 11:15

My turn! :P I created this station this morning, and it's running well. No delays ;)
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Post by Nippo » 13 Nov 2006 14:40

Nice built White Rabbit.
I especially like the nice roundabout and tunnels in Wrunnpool Bridge
on this pic: Little Hendingstone Transport, 20th Mar 1921.png

I sat on a map I've been working on for a while and needed a break from it, so I built a couple of
4-way junctions to try differnet styles, some efficient, some just nice looking.
Most of these have already been built, but it was mostly for fun. But when I had seven or so
junctions close together I thought it would be fun to connect them and have a little "Themepark".
So i built a couple of stations and waypoints and 20 or so trains to go round it. Fun to se how they work
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Post by Zevensoft » 13 Nov 2006 17:45

Heres my little double 2 way into single 2 way "hub", which is one of the core parts of my million dollar network :)
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Post by uzusan » 13 Nov 2006 18:49

This is a game i was playing to test the junction i had made with quite a few trains.

(the roads were put there to encourage the towns to grow, there aren't any road vehicles in this game).
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Post by uzusan » 13 Nov 2006 18:51

and some more. (bigger size this time so the detail can be made out).
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Post by White Rabbit » 14 Nov 2006 19:10

Thanks Nippo. :) Wrunnpool Bridge was perfect for such a design because most of it was above sea level. The main objective of this game is to grow nice, non-chaotic cities, which is tricky when towns seem to build roads where and when they please. :(

6 more screenshots. I haven't been able to extend my network yet. First I found out diagonal road crossings breaks PBS, the hard way, and then I found that one of my junctions had a deadlock (think twice if you're going to use flat branches next to terminus station entrances because PBS won't save you ;)).
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 19th Jun 1928.png
Here's Wrunnpool Bridge once again. There's a new airport and dock, and the old train station has been throughly redesigned. Wrunnpool alone enjoys the luxury of all 4 modes of transport provided by my company. :)
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 26th Sep 1925.png
The introduction of a new 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive has led me to straighten up the tracks between Wennford and Fretfingbourne. A third track has been added for the slower 4-4-0s, and the priority signal system can be clearly seen here.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 27th Oct 1924.png
Serpentines like this one between Lartfingburg and Dredhill are very rare, and will remain so for many years to come because my company still doesn't do freight. It's also Dredhill's only link to the outside world.
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Post by White Rabbit » 14 Nov 2006 19:30

Continued from above.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 11th Jan 1929.png
Wennford, 1929. I think it has reached its peak now, and it won't ever get more charming than this.
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 11th Dec 1928.png
This small lakeside neighbourhood is attractive to homeowners as well as businesses. Unbelievably, it was designed 100% by the city, not my company!
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Little Hendingstone Transport, 8th Nov 1928.png
A pair of EE1s glide silently through this residential area while steam trains, including one of the new Pacifics, rumble past in the distance.
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Post by Bad Hair Day » 14 Nov 2006 20:10

Serpentinezzzz!
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Post by BlasterTransport » 14 Nov 2006 22:09

Cool White Rabbit! Where'd you get that blue plane in you third screenie?
purely OpenTTD

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Post by White Rabbit » 14 Nov 2006 22:46

Thanks. :) All my planes are from the Aviator's Aircraft set: http://tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?t=27993 The blue one is the Fokker F.VII.
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Post by BlasterTransport » 15 Nov 2006 00:50

ok thanks for the info! I hadn't noticed that plane before in av8
EDIT: Well, I might as well post a screenie of my own
feedback please!
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Brundhattan Transport, 16th Jun 2017.png
This is the megastation to the title screen game i'm working on is this a good station design?
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Post by ShaunP1989 » 15 Nov 2006 15:15

A screnshot of my last game. This is the hub of my network. Theres around 30-40 trains delivering maize and fruit to this food processing plant, and roughly 15-20 taking foor to cities.

Also can someone tell me where the grf's for the station in BlasterTransport's screenshot can be found?
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