Epping-Ongar Railway

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Do you want to be able to run tube trains on the line to Ongar again?

Yes, from Epping to Ongar, so occiasional tube trains, or 'full-tube-service' are possibilities.
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85%
Yes, but only halfway; no further then North Weald.
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5%
No, I'd rather have it un-electrified as is exists in reality.
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11%
 
Total votes: 85

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Jim2016 wrote: 17 Feb 2021, 03:02 Well there’s a YouTube video with very clear sound of the 1992 stock itself if Sjoerd can get permission from the person who uploaded it
Savage Kid wrote: 17 Feb 2021, 05:49 it was romford that uploaded it
Link?
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Sjoerd wrote: 17 Feb 2021, 07:57
Jim2016 wrote: 17 Feb 2021, 03:02 Well there’s a YouTube video with very clear sound of the 1992 stock itself if Sjoerd can get permission from the person who uploaded it
Savage Kid wrote: 17 Feb 2021, 05:49 it was romford that uploaded it
Link?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOeo2un4tqE
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You can use it if you want
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No it’s not that which I found, this it https://youtu.be/xi78LyG__88
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For the 1992 stock, will the finished version have the modern day front cab colours as seen in the video above
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Right now, I only have the livery as seen on the screenshot on the last page. I'll see if I can add more when I have finished with the functionality.

At the moment, the shunting controls at the non-driver end have been installed, I am working on the drivercab, and testing to see if I have the coding on the train protection systems right (both in the 1992 stock cab and on the new Woodford-Epping-Ongar line, while also being compatible with City of Thames, Simvliet and Rijndam). ;)
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Cool cool
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterloo_ ... y-1992.jpg (NSE livery)
https://sremg.org.uk/emu/pics/jle_67501-1.jpg (Same NSE livery showing the blue doors)
https://live.staticflickr.com/396/32088 ... 7b9a_b.jpg (Refurbished interior and the W&C line ones are numbered 65501/67501-65510/67510)
The Waterloo and City Line trains when new had the blue NSE style livery with a blue front and blue doors. The trains also wore various all over adverts through the years. The W&C sets now have the same livery as the central line trains but also has teal handles as opposed to red handles on the Central Line sets.
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The 1992 stock cabview....

The speed display of the 1992 stock is in km/h, just like on the 2009 stock. It is shown on top of the driver desk as two horizontal bars; actual speed and target speed.
If you drive in City of Thames, you have speed limits in MPH, so on the left screen, both types of speed systems are shown.

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^^ This is Roading Valley. This is a central line train to Woodford
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