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    I haven't read any where else that the new cab mentioned above is for SRS's Class 37which is not on the DLS well not yet any way's, You can still buy the actual mesh from SRS for the Class 37 which is a very nice model as I bought it awhile ago with the intention of re-doing the grill area's of the model but I'm still to make a start on that one.
    Working out the difference's between the type's of Class 37 I may as well learn to be an astronaut and fly to the moon first lol, I thought I read sum where that new equipment was made for the ECML Edinburgh-Dundee so maybe the new cab being made is for that model.
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    Freely available from here............... http://srstrainzdlc.com/UK-Contents/

    It was on the DLS (EWS at least). No idea if N3V have removed it as they have now purloined it as built in to TRS19.

    Custom cab interior is part of the model. This is the 37 used in the ECML sessions
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    It was on the DLS (EWS at least)
    Still is so my mistake on that one, Wonder how that affect's the licence for those who may of bought his mesh.
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    This is the cabview isn't it Mick. Not about mistakes buddy, just trying to work out if N3V are trying to pull a fast one again.

    This one is on loan to NSW for evaluation, 1976.

    Just left Junee for Griffith.

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    This one is on loan to NSW for evaluation, 1976.

    Just left Junee for Griffith.
    Wish one of those was on loan out here then I could go take sum pictures for reference as I'm not far from either of those locations, What's your opinion of that cab there then Mike ?, And the grill's either side on the nose still need to be corrected I think.

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    Hahahahahaha, you are a Victorian, not changing the bogies just to fit your 5ft 3in track.

    Cab looks good Mick, better than any other UK cab interiors in Trainz.

    Grills look ok to me buddy.

    Mike.
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    I need to start spending more time in the cab of the 37 and learn to drive it properly thanks for the reply Mike.
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    That SRS 37 is a nice model by Trainz standards. The only thing i don't like about it Mick.

    Is the excessive cabsway and it's not realistic. Nothing like being in the cab of a real loco, more like a boat at sea.

    No worries mate.

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    LOL fair enough Mike I know the cabsway part is a new thing added now so not sure if you can actually adjust it at all but I do know it can be added and adjusted to new rolling stock and loco's just not sure if the same applies now days with built in stuff and the sessions they are in.
    I fully understand the actually being in the cab part though and they do not seem to listen to actual people who have worked in the industry enough I think, I drive trucks for a living and have held off trying the American Truck Simulator and I'm glad I didn't fork out a ton of cash on a steering wheel and gear shifter the whole thing just feel's wrong to me lol.
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    Mick you can turn off the internal swaying in the Driver menu options.

    There is an adjustment slider under the Jointed Rail section in the game menu. But i am not sure if that affects non JT loco's.

    The Australian loco's that i usually enjoy running the most, NSW 422 & 442. The cabsway in the cabview, does not seem so excessive.

    The other thing about the SRS 37, i don't know what that black oblong is around the bottom of the model.

    It's not the model's shadow, as it is constant. Not understanding anything about modelling, it has me perplexed.

    I have never tried ATS Mick, but i do have Euro Truck Sim 2. Now i have never driven trucks of any real size, only double deck buses. But ETS 2 is way off the physics of my experience of driving. We used to have a tv series up here, called Outback Truckers. With the Australian Road Trains and other vehicles as well. I found that a really interesting series and never missed an episode.

    Cheers,
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