Screenshot Of The Month Competition - October 2019 - ENTRIES

Screenshots of your games! All Transport Tycoon games acceptable (including TTDPatch and OpenTTD).
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - December 2017 - ENTRIES

Post by STD » 20 Dec 2017 17:53

acs121 wrote:I saw your screenshot, very good indeed. Yet i know this was a feeble attempt, but i'm mostly posting screenshots from my games.
Thanks, acs121 :D
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Post by piratescooby » 23 Dec 2017 20:15

Happy Christmas to all , My entry for the month is S.Clause refueling base at Valdez ,well Rudolf and Co. have a load of miles to cover they need refueling stations .
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - December 2017 - ENTRIES

Post by acs121 » 23 Dec 2017 22:36

Very good, though you shouldn't put on freight on departure boards, it looks unrealistic ;)

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Post by piratescooby » 23 Dec 2017 23:49

acs121 wrote:Very good, though you shouldn't put on freight on departure boards, it looks unrealistic ;)
I know but I don't play realistic unless it is a realistic scenario .I just love to play and have fun.This particular scenario is in the arctic ECS Industry ,and I'm shipping water or is it ice .

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Post by acs121 » 24 Dec 2017 01:28

I know, i never play realistic, not even scenarios based on real world. I prefer fictional worlds, but looking like a country, i played yet this kind of environnement for France, Hungary, Finland and USA.

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Post by mr jj » 24 Dec 2017 02:19

My entry

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Bondston is a village made up of lumbermen and miners in the past. The ore is gone out and the cut is forbidden. Then the village became a tourist destination. Here we can see two tourist trains, one A 3/5 "Rudolph Star" and a Be 4/6 "Polar Express", both going to Brindington Market. 
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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - December 2017 - ENTRIES

Post by GarryG » 24 Dec 2017 03:23

Australia doesn't get snow at Christmas, but Santa still visits.

Because of the heat in this country it not suitable for reindeers and he uses Kangaroos .. they white in colour and called Boomers.
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Post by acs121 » 24 Dec 2017 16:35

mr jj wrote:My entry

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An english town, with swiss locomotives ? Très bien.

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Post by mr jj » 25 Dec 2017 01:18

:tongue:
acs121 wrote:
mr jj wrote:My entry

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An english town, with swiss locomotives ? Très bien.
Maybe some Brits fleeing the heat have moved here! :tongue:
Of course usually when I play a game based on a country, I use various trainsets, I'm not sastified with just one :D and
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(Tonight I'm going to wait for Santa to come down my fireplace, to sue him for trespassing :twisted: )
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Post by acs121 » 25 Dec 2017 01:34

I do that too you know, i always use 2cc Trains / Trams / Buses, with eGRTVS and then various sets, like the Japanese Train Set, the CFF set, the Finnish trainset, of course UKRS, and also occasionally xUSSR.

However, due to all town names being of the same language, it ends with scenes looking like yours.

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Re: Screenshot Of The Month Competition - December 2017 - ENTRIES

Post by wallyweb » 25 Dec 2017 06:37

My favorite Christmas Present ... :D

was an HO gauge train set and it had a freight train and a passenger train that made real smoke and a bridge and a tunnel and two stations and all kinds of other stuff... :D
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So sorry Owen, but the red was Christmassy. :wink:

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Post by acs121 » 29 Dec 2017 03:40

Not much relief on this one. I admit on mine there wasn't much too, though it's stationtiles !

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Post by Emperor Jake » 02 Jan 2018 10:18

Happy new year everyone! Sorry about the late entry, I'm sure I'm not the only one recovering from the festivities, so I'll leave entries open for a few hours in case there are any latecomers.

Here's my entry:
On a cold December day in 1947, Fred's Company Christmas Train pulls into Bel-Aire station on Blackstone Island. The parcel vans are filled with donated toys for children which the train distributes throughout the island, ensuring the holiday cheer is spread to all.
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Post by acs121 » 02 Jan 2018 20:03

I saw those tracks in many screens, and what is that track GRF ?

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Post by mr jj » 02 Jan 2018 22:48

acs121 wrote:I saw those tracks in many screens, and what is that track GRF ?
Is from Nutracks.They can be found in the online content or here: viewtopic.php?f=26&t=47347&hilit=nutracks

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Post by acs121 » 03 Jan 2018 01:47

Thanks.

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Post by wallyweb » 03 Jan 2018 09:20

Emperor Jake wrote:Happy new year everyone! Sorry about the late entry, I'm sure I'm not the only one recovering from the festivities, so I'll leave entries open for a few hours in case there are any latecomers.
And the latecomer is ...
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Emperor Jake :mrgreen:
He must have been severely New Yeared! Somebody pass the aspirin. :lol:

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Post by Emperor Jake » 03 Jan 2018 14:47

wallyweb wrote: He must have been severely New Yeared! Somebody pass the aspirin. :lol:
Yep, you could say that :D

Anyway, the entries are finally in! We welcome the three newcomers this round, acs121, GarryG and mr jj!


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In Switzerland, Christmas Markets are in numbers and they even took place on some station platforms. You can see an SBB-CFF-FFS RAe TEE II, and a french TGV.
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On a cold December day in 1947, Fred's Company Christmas Train pulls into Bel-Aire station on Blackstone Island. The parcel vans are filled with donated toys for children which the train distributes throughout the island, ensuring the holiday cheer is spread to all.
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GarryG
Australia doesn't get snow at Christmas, but Santa still visits.

Because of the heat in this country it not suitable for reindeers and he uses Kangaroos .. they white in colour and called Boomers.

He just delivered presents to all the kids in the park and now he heading back to the North Pole ready for his night run.
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Bondston is a village made up of lumbermen and miners in the past. The ore is gone out and the cut is forbidden. Then the village became a tourist destination. Here we can see two tourist trains, one A 3/5 "Rudolph Star" and a Be 4/6 "Polar Express", both going to Brindington Market.
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Happy Christmas to all , My entry for the month is S.Clause refueling base at Valdez ,well Rudolf and Co. have a load of miles to cover they need refueling stations .
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The city Krutogorie a great place to relax during the Christmas holidays. In this city you can go for a walk in the park, on city squares with Christmas trees, sit in the cinema, to make purchases in stores and shopping malls, to visit the Christmas market and other that comes to mind. In the north from the city ski slopes. You can get there on the electric trains from the neighboring settlements and in the passenger long-distance trains from other cities. Then you can then rent a car and drive to the ski slopes. Residents and guests of the city in winter often come for skiing and snowboarding. Everyone loves here. Beautiful scenic spots, frosty air, excellent service - holiday homes, parking, cafes and more.
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My favorite Christmas Present ... :D

was an HO gauge train set and it had a freight train and a passenger train that made real smoke and a bridge and a tunnel and two stations and all kinds of other stuff...
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Post by wallyweb » 03 Jan 2018 15:05

mr jj's image seems to not have resolved. :?

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Post by Emperor Jake » 03 Jan 2018 17:07

wallyweb wrote:mr jj's image seems to not have resolved. :?
Strange, it works for me, even after a hard refresh in 2 different browsers... can anyone else not see it?
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