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    Quote Originally Posted by dejoh View Post
    I've been playing Arma3 on-line with a small group of players for 5-6 years now. The railroads in Arma3 are pretty basic as far as operations. We use them in missions with demolition involved. These shots are from a fictional Indonesian island. It really is a good shooter.Attachment 83100Attachment 83101
    Looks like one of those sugar cane or similar railways!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Looks like one of those sugar cane or similar railways!
    It's in the Marksman DLC pack, Vern.
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    Back on topic, no thanks to you reprobates

    I drove for a couple of minutes and thought.........boring.

    Even with the new enhancement mod applied.





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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Doesn't appear to be a piccie thread for TSW2. Anyway, weird location to end a freight run. Not as if i was about to exceed my hours, the route is not long enough
    Darlington station is lifeless, you can hear a pin drop. Mike.
    I don't think there ever has been a thread for TSW2 screenshots Mike, as I only started one for TSW a few year's back, don't have either game version installed on my new computer either now, so, you're on your own as regards screenies.

    And your honest viewpoint on the Teesside route is exactly the reason why TSW isn't on my PC anymore......

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    I can't say i blame you, not having either installed Steve.

    I can see it being removed here in the next few days buddy.

    Shame that it is DTG's rubbish. Might have had something so much better, by another developer.

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    The Teeside route would have been better had the Boulby Line been included (very scenic) and at the Darlington end Bishop Auckland (give the DMU's a proper destination). But otherwise it's a flat relatively slow section of line, even slower doing anything in the yards which is also (surprisingly) very prone to the save game falling over bug.
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    I know i haven't played TSW2 very much, but what is this saved game bug Vern ?

    Never come across problems with saving personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    I know i haven't played TSW2 very much, but what is this saved game bug Vern ?

    Never come across problems with saving personally.

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    Sometimes the signalling state doesn't restore correctly, leading to all the AI trains sat at permanently red signals, effectively locking everything up. Usually on the more complex routes like Brighton main line or Dresden Chemnitz but as I say has happened on the Tees route as well.
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    Thank you Vern, better look out for that then.

    Another DTG faux pas

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    Class 45 and Trans Pennine still one of the best combinations in the game.
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