View Full Version : NEW ROUTE - Another Screenshot
04-20-2003, 05:02 PM
I've done a bit more work on my yard area, and this is the second section (just beyond the bridge with the 66 on it in the previous screeny).
This section is now pretty much complete, I just need to work on the tunnel portal area (I've even got a graffiti'd portacabin down there, you'll have to wait for the release to see what is says on it, ;) )
Anyhoo, here is the screenshot, I will be sorting the website out now that it appears the A*** has gone and his posts removed!!!!
Sea View Detective
04-20-2003, 05:12 PM
04-20-2003, 05:27 PM
Wow, that is fab!! Where is it??? its absolutely awesome, it has 3rd rail :) so please keep up the good work!
04-20-2003, 05:46 PM
It's a totally fictional work, based in South / South-East London. It's going to be a primarily underground route, although I plan on having some nicely detailed surface sections too.
I am going to use some fictional third rail subway stock (if Wulf is reading this, SLW can gladly have the bid for this one!) although to be honest, I've not even thought about the train itself yet.
I also need to set up a website, and am working on that at the moment.
I have decided that the route will be part of the ZBRail Network, but am still deciding on a name for the route itself.
Hay ho, back to Notepad...... my next stage is coding the tunnel sections, and I'm not relishing that too much! :o
04-20-2003, 05:51 PM
Lovely work, I see a Northern counties Olympian from Metrobus on the bridge :) , looks brillant, keep up the good work
04-20-2003, 05:54 PM
That's excellent! Well done!
04-20-2003, 06:33 PM
Touting for business already? My, you are keen :) I love that screenie! Just a tip - for maximum hand-coding pleasure, hop on over to SLW and pick up a copy of the Super NoteTab text editor (under the trains in the Tools section), it has a clipbook feature to insert common things like smilies, html tags, etc. and someone very kindly (and cleverly, I might add!) made a clipbook add-on for Bve route commands! You need this tool, go get, and I will email you the .clb file if you PM me your addy.
For traction, try the SLW M1 in L75 variant, it's got mega-acceleration, sharp brakes and computerised suspension, third rail powered of course, or if you want more speed use the E90, it really takes off at around 40 kph :)
If you like it enough I *might* do you a left-hand drive version (since your route is in London)
Saxon Locomotive Works - "The difficult we do immediately; the impossible takes a little longer"
04-21-2003, 01:39 PM
I just love the route especially the bus, Buses are my primary interest along with trains! thats why my bus objects are good?! :)
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