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    Default Crewe - Holyhead YT

    If you haven't seen this, particularly Vern & Steve.

    You may find it interesting.



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    Link not showing here, Mike.

    This is a route that's on my possible Xmas "get" list. though.
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    Weird Vern, this is what i see in the post buddy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Link not showing here, Mike.

    This is a route that's on my possible Xmas "get" list. though.
    For which sim, Vern?
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    My link is a youtube video.

    But the route is available for TS2020, but it's modern era rubbish.

    Couple of guys are retro modding it back to the 1980's though. But nowhere near finished.

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    Chester - Holyhead, modern era cabride.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUYQxOCQqsA

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    Got it now, Mike.

    Bruce - route I was looking at was the TS one. I've got the MSTS one which is only available on disc from UKTS. Very good, but some of the stock and traction is less than 100% compatible with Open Rails which of course is the preferred medium (so we are told) for running this old stuff these days...
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    Okee dokes Vern, there is a half decent sounding.

    Retro version (1980's) South Wales Coastal route on UKTS as well.

    Mind i can already feel the train game enthusiasm of late, declining rapidly.

    Had a lovely desert run in ATS late yesterday, much more fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    If you haven't seen this, particularly Vern & Steve.
    You may find it interesting.
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    Yeah, thanks Mike, I've already seen it as well as the others on his channel, Waterloo Exeter - Loco Hauled Finale 1990 - 93, was also very good if you like Class 50s/47s, etc.

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    Top man Steve and yes i will have a look at that SR vid thank you buddy.

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