- Wrundton powerplant is getting coal from 5 nearby coal mines. The station is quite busy with 18 trains going in an out on both sides.
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- Avonstoke mines are the biggest mines around, especially the right one which has longer platforms to accept longer trains.
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It's in a map of 1024x1024 and yes it is done only with the track you see on the screenie
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- Lucky me :P
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The station looks nice and effective. The two airplanes in the sky are more smoking guns. Just one thing I can't see where it stands for. The way-point "Dutlet Brundhattan" is at the and of a track, or?BlasterTransport wrote: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
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- The Picturesque seaside town of Ninninghattan. Tourists are known to often take the ferry to Pronburg.
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- Here the former isolated villages of Plonnely and Canton have rapidly grown along the new railway as new jobs and opportunities have been created.
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I think they look nice. The tunnels are a good way of saving space. You're using German instead of British signals though, and the functionality of Ninninghattan Docks can't match its looks. See, if two trains from opposite ends both choose the same platform, one of them will arrive at the station first, and the late train will be stopped at a red two-way exit signal, thus causing a deadlock.ZiggyStardust wrote:My first post of game images: lets see what you think!
Since Ninninghattan Docks is a three-platform station, you could take a look at http://tt-forums.net/download.php?id=59716 and see how trains from both ends can choose the middle platform without any possibility of a deadlock, and little interference between arriving and departing trains. I think it's the best (but not necessarily good) layout for such a station, until there's a better way for trains to reserve platforms.
EDIT: I've got some screenshots myself now. We'll start off with the map which, unfortunately, can't fit into a 800x600 screenshot.
- Little Hendingstone Transport, 15th Nov 1937.png
- As you can see, the towns have grown quite a bit since 1929, as has my transport empire. New additions include a fully electrified line to the east, a mountain line to the west, and lots more vehicles.
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- this was very bad for deadlocking but it's smooth as slik now. the junction took lots and lots of tweaking to get fast speeds on the "straight through" movements.
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- Exford Transport, 7th Jul 2017.png
- The wider Exford/Batminster/Breamingham Conurbation... nantwell is some way to the east of here.
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- Exford Transport, 24th Jan 2017.png
- My biggest station and the original hub of the network. 3 main lines converge here from north, south and east. major remodelling in the 1990s to add platforms and remove deadlock, which meant turning it through 90 degrees.
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- Little Hendingstone Transport, 19th Jun 1934.png
- The main terminus of our electrified railways: Dredhill. Tracks go both north-east and north-west, towards Donston and Lartfingburg respectively.
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- Little Hendingstone Transport, 29th Dec 1932.png
- Donston is an excellent site for a heavy traffic through station due to flat terrain to its south, so we started off big. This is just a rare 'gathering' of EE1s. Normally, you would only see one or two trains at the station.
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- Little Hendingstone Transport, 9th Oct 1932.png
- Let's go back a few years first. This is Ronnley Market just after the launch of our new electric train service. RVs and planes were added later to augment the trains.
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All of the screenshots will be from 1937 now. Construction on the mountain line started in 1934/35, but I only had something to show 3 years later.
Also, remember that the pictures are in wrong order.
- Little Hendingstone Transport, 22nd Jun 1937.png
- This is the intermediate station of our mountain line: Little Hendingstone Valley. Sadly, the station's capacity is reduced by its small number of platforms, and its long tunnels.
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- Here's a good view of the new Tank engine and the Standard Five. The outer track is for the faster Pacifics/Standard Fives only, with a nice downwards slope.
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- Little Hendingstone Transport, 2nd May 1937.png
- To the north is the old, old Sindhead Cross line, while new track from Mabridge to Little Hendingstone can be seen in the south. Among the old 4-4-0s, we can see a 2-6-4 Tank engine, a new 4-6-0 Standard Five and short mail train hauled by a 4-6-2.
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- Little Hendingstone Transport, 31st Oct 1937.png
- Two Streamliners fly past each other as an older 4-6-2 enters the tunnel at a relatively slow speed. Now that we're mixing the fastest with the...not-as-fast, we've had to construct a passing lane to allow the Streamliners to overtake.
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- A second generation of Pacifics was made available in 1937: the 4-6-2 Streamliner. It even comes with its own unique beaver-tail observation wagon at the rear. :) This 4-6-2 is seen departing from the new addition platforms of Little Hendingstone.
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- An express passenger train meets is mail counterpart in this remote coastal area.
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- Finally, the terminus station of Mabridge. It's the only one to have more platforms than it has PBS signals. While the entrance is unfortunately very large, you can't complain about the way trains navigate it.
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- We've disturbed Little Hendingstone's suburbs a little too much, so from now on, Wrunnpool Bridge's lakeside neighbourhoods shall be declared the best. :)
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Servicing mainly for main line P01, there are two station that also servicing for other line (P02 & P04) making it the busies area. I have split these three stations to passenger and cargo using stepping station.
According to my plan, line P01's passenger service can have up to 12 local service, 4 semi-rapid service and 3 rapid service. For now it have 10 local service and 4 semi-rapid service. Because these three station location is so near, there are possibility Guston Woods station will be take out from P01's service list and act as a brach line.
Clue where P01 is, click to my previous post
http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php? ... start=2000
- Athland Logistics LTD., 21 Dic 1945.png
- Here, a group of towns making a supermetropolis. Extendeds only with 2 bus stations
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- Here a helicopter view of "my" town and freight/passenger stations
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Sure I do...RiTi wrote: I asume that you have written a handbook for using this huge network?
Here the latest service map. P stands for main line, PX is for the branch line. P09. and P10 are in contruction and have been delayed for almost 1 year. Local authorities sure give a headache.
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- Cyxma trans service map 1972
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