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Post by leezer3 on Tue Jun 24, 2014 2:55 pm

These two objects are public domain replacements for another couple of those lost in January. I've got some more bits and pieces on the way, but for the moment, these may find a home somewhere Smile

First off is a set of basic terraced houses. This object is a drop-in replacement for the original 'stoneterrace.b3d'


The second, I'm rather pleased with Very Happy
It's a model of Class 14 D9531 ('Ernest')-

Many thanks to the Bury Hydraulic Group for bringing this lovely little machine to the North Norfolk Railway summer diesel gala, and letting me get the pictures required to build this model.
This has been built from the scale drawings, and as such should be very accurate.

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Post by graymac on Tue Jun 24, 2014 3:27 pm

Excellent work, Chris! Two fine additions for routebuilders, we need more of them!  Wink
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Post by HijauKuda on Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:29 am

Sir Chris
Does my internet have the downloading problem,
or does your website download link at http://www.bvecornwall.co.uk/downloads/Class14.7z
have the bad link downloading problem?

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Post by jckhinks on Wed Jun 25, 2014 4:40 pm

hi chris, nothing happens for me either with the class 14. hope it can be fixed if it is a problem. jack
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Post by leezer3 on Wed Jun 25, 2014 5:27 pm

Sorry, it didn't like the capital C Razz
http://www.bvecornwall.co.uk/downloads/class14.7z

That one should work.

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Post by jckhinks on Wed Jun 25, 2014 6:35 pm

brilliant.thanks regards jack
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Post by Dexter on Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:38 am

leezer3 wrote:Sorry, it didn't like the capital C Razz
http://www.bvecornwall.co.uk/downloads/class14.7z

That one should work.

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Yeah, wordpress is a grammar nazi when it comes to cAsE SenSItiViTY .  Very Happy
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Post by graymac on Fri Jun 27, 2014 11:17 am

Yeah, wordpress is a grammar nazi when it comes to cAsE SenSItiViTY .

In the matter of case sensitivity it's generally irrelevant which software is used to create a website.
Most websites are hosted on Linux/Unix architecture servers, and those are case sensitive.
Mistakes can easily creep in when a file is uploaded to the server by FTP and the web link isn't typed exactly the same as the file name.
The same can happen in BVE route files - the items listed in "With Structure" won't load on a linux machine if the file is cased differently.
Windows ignore this.
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Post by leezer3 on Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:47 pm

And another one:


This is another drop-in replacement for a withdrawn object, with basically identical dimensions Smile

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Post by leezer3 on Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:45 am

The modern equivalent:


Again, a direct clone of the withdrawn object, drops straight in Smile

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Post by leezer3 on Sat Jul 12, 2014 1:29 pm

BT red K6 Phone box:


Again, a drop-in clone Smile

(I'm working on building identical clones of more of the rest of the missing stuff!)

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Post by HijauKuda on Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:31 am

leezer3 wrote:It's a model of Class 14 D9531 ('Ernest')-

Many thanks to the Bury Hydraulic Group for bringing this lovely little machine to the North Norfolk Railway summer diesel gala, and letting me get the pictures required to build this model.  This has been built from the scale drawings, and as such should be very accurate.

Sir Chris Lees,
I do thank you as I am excited for your Class 14 Ernest D9531 because I do find and downloaded the locomotif now driving with the brother locomotif the number D9539 at the webpage site
http://openbverollingstock.wikia.com/wiki/OpenBVE_Rolling_Stock_For_The_UK#Class_14.2C_1964.7E1965_BritishRailEngineersLtd.28BREL.40Swindon.29.Class14.5CType1.7ETeddyBear

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Post by leezer3 on Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:36 pm

Now that's quite interesting Razz

The wheelsets are horrific [Should be rectangular spokes and a solid counterweight], and I've got no idea what he's chosen to play with the scaling of the model when it was absolutely perfect to the scale drawings. I've never come across British Railways painting spoked wheelsets white (I *think* I've seen a few tyres painted white, 47s???); I think that's a German or at least Eastern European thing?
The bufferbeam drawgear seems to have come from something American, although that's a very neat trick with multiple transparencies to create a complex 3D illusion Smile


The other model is the much older Alan Wheeler one.

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