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Re: Some of my creations

Post by Guille3604 » 21 Feb 2017, 21:01

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This is something that I'm also working with, Alfacinha315 may now them as he can see these trains every single day in its city. These units numbered as "3200 and 3100", are currently in operation at the "Cascais line", although they have been refurbished as a life extension. Despite the refurbishment, some of the units that are in operation (chassis), date from the mid 20's. There are 3 variations of these units, inox bodies builted in the 60's, 70's and 80's, the three of them, have some variations between them.

In the picture, the represented unit is for Open Rails, and lacks of transparencies (that's why it has white windows :lol: )

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by asdff » 04 Mar 2017, 00:52

Did you manage to finish the 3700? These were my favourites as a kid, not that long ago.

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by Guille3604 » 04 Mar 2017, 10:01

asdff wrote:Did you manage to finish the 3700? These were my favourites as a kid, not that long ago.
Not yet, I've got to finish first some of the actual models in development before starting a new one... Cause if I do start with the 3700s, I won't finish nothing at all. :lol:

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by Alfacinha315 » 21 Mar 2017, 11:32

Guille3604 wrote:
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This is something that I'm also working with, Alfacinha315 may now them as he can see these trains every single day in its city. These units numbered as "3200 and 3100", are currently in operation at the "Cascais line", although they have been refurbished as a life extension. Despite the refurbishment, some of the units that are in operation (chassis), date from the mid 20's. There are 3 variations of these units, inox bodies builted in the 60's, 70's and 80's, the three of them, have some variations between them.

In the picture, the represented unit is for Open Rails, and lacks of transparencies (that's why it has white windows :lol: )
I just now see it, but that's a nice job @Guille3604! ;) And yes, these trains were refurbished in the 90's, and now they run on Cascais line, as 3150 and 3250 series. Unfortunately, not all cars we're refurbished (in Entroncamento depot there's one or two sets in degradation state).

If you want, I can sent to you images of ML79, of Lisbon Metro. ;)
Cheers from Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal.

Trains are my favourite addiction! :D "Na entrada para os comboios, atenção à distância entre as portas e a plataforma".

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 23 Mar 2017, 03:32

I hope I'm not interrupting, but I hope if the map editor comes, we would have a variety of crossing protection and signaling around the world. I know, this simulator is strictly based on Rotterdam RET Metro, but It's Metro Simulator. As bazaar this sim is already, wouldn't it be fun to see signaling from Australia, Japan, Russia, etc. in 1 simulator?
Here's some creations XXRingRick did on MSTS back in 2010. These are strictly American, but I'm speaking all over the world. Creating objects is something I'm looking forward to as a new hobby. :D
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Re: Some of my creations

Post by MP 85 » 23 Mar 2017, 20:02

Nice pictures ;)
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Re: Some of my creations

Post by Guille3604 » 23 Mar 2017, 21:43

LosAngelesMetro56 wrote:I hope I'm not interrupting
Well, a little bit since it's "Some of my creations" post :lol:
but It's Metro Simulator. As bazaar this sim is already, wouldn't it be fun to see signaling from Australia, Japan, Russia, etc. in 1 simulator?
Again, that's why I posted some of the content that I'm developing, because they're trains of a metro system. :lol:
Here's some creations XXRingRick did on MSTS back in 2010
But those signals (correct me if I'm mistaken), are from the American National Railways, they do not form part of a mass transit system, such as for example, the San Diego streetcar, wich is kind of a tram-train railway. ;)

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 23 Mar 2017, 22:28

Guille3604 wrote: But those signals (correct me if I'm mistaken), are from the American National Railways, they do not form part of a mass transit system, such as for example, the San Diego streetcar, wich is kind of a tram-train railway. ;)
Yes they do. I can link you to a video if you like. Saying that is like saying ZUB AHOBs don't belong with Randstadrail Metros. No matter what, all American crossings are protected with these equipment, even trams, trolleys, and metros. San Diego is a normal trolley/tram in Downtown SD, but into the suburbs and around the county, they cross grade crossing that use the exact same signals of our national rail. The Blue and Orange Lines actually have the opportunity to share RoW with freight trains unlike here in Los Angeles where our lines' tracks are independent. San Francisco is a whole nother story though. PM me if you're not convinced
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Re: Some of my creations

Post by MattH » 24 Mar 2017, 18:44

here in Australia there some light rails, some that use traffic lights (like RET ahobs)
and others that use heavy rail style crossing lamps, it depends on the system really.

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Re: Some of my creations

Post by LosAngelesMetro56 » 24 Mar 2017, 18:58

MattH wrote:here in Australia there some light rails, some that use traffic lights (like RET ahobs)
and others that use heavy rail style crossing lamps, it depends on the system really.
Which is funny because you guys use WCHayes, Safetran and some Siemens equipment just like North America.
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