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    Default SimSig - Moss Vale (Attn Bruce!)

    She lives... 3801 that is.

    I promise to give her a good run up the hill.
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    Does that info mean that a diesel is on the point?
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    I was trying to work out what DER means and think you might be right Bruce - detach engine rear? I will have to enquire on the SimSig forum about that one I think.
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    I saw "Diesel" on the Characteristics line, Vern.
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    I think that is a typo on the timetable compiler's part Bruce. Strangely the run round move at Moss Vale did not specify turning on the triangle so looks like it will be tender first on the way back. Unfortunately will not be departing until around 1700 as I got the Unanwarra line blocked up with freight. Not entirely my fault as despite the loops being long enough I had two trains not fit at Calwalla, so had to back up and now got a string of freights to get down the hill too. The "timetable" also showed trains booked to cross each other in between loops...

    Definitely not easy and not expecting a great score.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    I think that is a typo on the timetable compiler's part Bruce........
    Oh, yeah, you're probably correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Definitely not easy and not expecting a great score.
    My brain hurts just looking at the graphic, Vern!
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    Well I'm up to about 2130 now, finally cleared the backlog on the Unanwarra line, poor old 3801 ended up about two and a half hours late.

    I still need to check Steam4me and see if anyone has done any of this for MSTS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    I still need to check Steam4me and see if anyone has done any of this for MSTS.
    https://msts.steam4me.net/routes/nsw_sw_ss.html

    https://msts.steam4me.net/routes/nsw_Mi3.html

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    Brilliant, thanks Bruce.

    Oh I got to midnight and the game just rolls over to the next day, which is kind of - ugh? No score, no rating, not even a list of the stupid things you shouldn't have done or would get you fired as a real signaller. So it's back to driving my 747 in FS20 for now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Brilliant, thanks Bruce.
    No worries at all, mate.
    I hadn't been to Yuri's site for years and was delighted to see that it was just the same as the last visit.



    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Oh I got to midnight and the game just rolls over to the next day, which is kind of - ugh?...
    What?! Twenty-four hours just comes to a stop and that's the end of the session?
    A bit like Groundhog Day!
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