Here is a feature that looks as though it will be of interest to all who visit this board. We intend to complete the District Line first, but we are open to the idea of visiting other areas of the network too. We are all London Underground fans first and foremost, but this feature spotted in the Pensioner edition of OTM, ( LUL's house magazine On The Move ) sparked my interest in this short section of line. It has been previously modelled in BVE, but we could probably raise the bar on that considerably with the latest TS 201? software. See what you think ?
BTW - sorry for recent absence. We had a major snowstorm and lost power and internet last Wednesday and just got it back yesterday. And I *am* still working on the route signals fixes :-) I am also wondering if the final answer to the signals stuff is to replace all the original signals with Pro LED type so I am sure they're all using the same scripts and actually talk to each other (including the newly placed shunts and other ground signals). That would be a major effort but I suspect might fix things and provide a solid basis to proceed in the future. Plus it means each signal could actually have an accurate number on its board. Sorry Ed - didn't mean to stomp on your post and any further signals discussion should be in the Dev area.
Sounds great, but I don't know where you would find time fit that in between the District and the Northern line. I'm all up for a 60TS cab. I've got few pics in some old books and may be able to re-shape the 38TS one. I suppose Richard could re-model the 38TS body to suit as the shape looks closer to that than the 59TS.
Aha, only a vague idea for a future project Darren, I wanted to see if there was any interest in such a project. Way down the track, so to speak. But clearly there is interest here.................. as I thought.
Jimi, good to hear from you. No need to apologise about posting. I'll post some thoughts about signal fixes in the Dev thread.