asdff wrote:Did you manage to finish the 3700? These were my favourites as a kid, not that long ago.
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 )
LosAngelesMetro56 wrote:I hope I'm not interrupting
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
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.
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