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Its been a while since I have done a train ride video but this is a trip from Belfast Central (now called Lanyon Place) to as far as Carnalea although I filmed external video of its departure at Bangor West as I was waiting for a lift from a friend but that's all I am saying here.

This video turned out better than my other ones because I filmed at the front and the engine sound wasn't drowned out by the sound of the air-con like it was on my other videos that I have done on these units. The weather was not the best but hey we are in the Fall season so its expected here really and that was my reason why I used my other hand as a make shift canopy for my camera to protect it from the rain when I filmed its departure.

This one is 4014 and originally came up from Portadown before I boarded it at Belfast after alighting from 4011 that was my first train of the day but I didn't film on that because it was packed. But this one was not so busy and was quite light. Great trains these units are and better than some others I have been on in the past.

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Here is another Hornby DCC decoder fitting guide from me and this simple tutorial guide is of fitting the Hornby R8249 decoder into the Hornby Class 92 Electric Locomotive. As with the other tutorial that I have done. This one is aimed at those that are new to model trains and newcomers to DCC that have never installed a 8 pin decoder into a model train before.

I realise that most of us are experienced in fitting decoders ourselves including me. But I like to help other people if I can and hope that some may find this model train DCC tutorial somewhat useful.

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Here is simple guide for newcomers into model railways and DCC and this video will show you have to fit a DCC decoder chip into a DCC ready and this guide is aimed at the newcomers as those with experience will already know how to fit the decoder into a model train already.

I like to help others in the model railway hobby if I can hence why I do these tutorials on and off. I have another similar tutorial coming up this month as well which was mentioned in my October 2019 Update Video.

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Here is my first model train review to come of October 2019. This is a review of the Hornby Railroad AEC GWR Diesel Railcar in the GWR Brown and Cream livery. The model comes as a DCC ready model but I have installed a Hornby R8249 DCC chip into the model to make this one DCC compliant and I will have a DCC fitting guide tutorial for this model coming up in a separate video.

This model is a former Lima model train as Hornby bought out Lima in 2004 I believe and this model has had a basic upgrade to a new motor and a provision for DCC compatibility. The model runs well under DCC with the basic Hornby chip installed and the motor is almost silent. The detail is basic and there is no lights of any kind installed. Therefore my final score is a fair and a justified one.

Overall Rating: 8/10.

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This is just a short wee video to show what I will be doing on my channel as we enter October 2019.

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The final video of September 2019 and here is a let's play using the Volvo B7TL Alexander ALX400 on the Yorkshire V2 map on the Route X19 on OMSI 2 Steam Edition. The bus is the Alpha 9.6 release that is still beta that comes from the Fulleylounge discord server but to me. This bus looks very much complete and I have used the Stagecoach livery pack that is from the Britbus website. I got a little lost on this timetabled service but for some reason it wasn't working as the passengers said I was late when infact the schedule said I was early lol. Oh well, I did try my best anyways ;).

Details are provided below for those that want to download the bus and map.

The bus is available from the link under "Required Downloads" from the Stagecoach repaint pack here.
https://britbus.co.uk/resources/stagecoach-volvo-b7tl-alx400-repaint-pack.68/

The map is freeware and is available here:
https://fellowsfilm.com/downloads/yorkshire-counties.1620/

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Here is another let's play of OMSI 2 with the newly released Alexander-Dennis Enviro 200 MMC from V3D and this time I am using an alternative version without the driver assault screen on the Cotterell map. This time I did a passenger service rather than running empty and I did my best to drive smoothly but I still got complaints from some grumpy passengers lol. Ah well, I tried my best anyway. This is the official release of the bus as I do not and WILL NOT used leaked or bootleg add-ons of any kind.

I will be showing the longer version next but I shall be using a different map because I like variation and it avoids being repetitive as well in terms of using the maps.

The bus add-on is available to download from Fellow Film Studios
https://fellowsfilm.com/downloads/adl-enviro-200-mmc.1989/

The Cotterell map is available to download here too
https://fellowsfilm.com/downloads/ukdt-cotterell.180/

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Here is my let's play as I promised and this is the newly released Alexander-Dennis Enviro 200 bus from V3D Studios for the OMSI 2 Bus Simulator. The bus is quite nice to drive and I like the sounds. I did an empty run because I am still learning how to handle this bus and I didn't want angry passengers this time around lol.

The bus is freeware and this is an official release of the bus as I do not and WILL NOT use bootleg or leaked buses on my videos ever. The map is the Cotterell map that is also freeware and its a nice map to test these kind of buses with.

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https://fellowsfilm.com/downloads/ukdt-cotterell.180/

I will be posting another let's play with passengers and the version without the assault screen on the drivers cab on this map as well :).

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Here is the last model train review to come of September 2019 and this is the Oxford Rail OO gauge scale model of the Howitzer Boche Buster WWI Artillery Railgun that was one of only two to exist with the other model being the "Gladiator" and these were used by the German forces in World War 1.

This is my very first model train rolling stock from Oxford Rail that I have and this model is quite heavy compared to my other OO gauge freight wagons that I own. The cannon can be raised into three positions and lowered as it "clicks" into place. The model is made of metal and plastic and the detail of this model is just amazing.

I have not done a test run of this model just yet but I am going to be using this in a future model train running session as and when I get more appropriate freight wagons to match it and I shall be making my own personalised military model train based on no particular era so I can run what I want and when I want with it at any time and any era I see fit ;).

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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Here is a model bus review to come of September and this is another remake because I have a better camera now and this model bus really deserves to be redone as it a fantastic model bus from the now defunct Creative Master Northcord Limited/CMNL company.

This model has the revised tooling to represent the Volvo B7TL chassis and not the similar Dennis Trident models that I also have as the differences are shown better in this video. Translink Metro operate in Belfast, Northern Ireland and this bus was new in 2005 if the licence plate is anything to go by.

The model is a limited edition but doesn't include a paper certificate like the older model buses from CMNL did. I think this model came out around 2010/2011. But I bought mine in 2018 when I did the original video. As far as I am aware. The Northcord Model Company now owns the ALX400 tooling along with the other former CMNL toolings. Perhaps maybe Northcord can provide us with an Ulsterbus in both the blue/white livery and the overall blue liveries as well as the Translink Metro Magenta livery as applied to the Volvo B7TL Alexander ALX400 post-2017. From my notes, there is some BEZ, TCZ and other EEZ buses in the Magenta livery that Northcord could replicate on their tooling.

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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This is the second part of the video of my let's play of OMSI 2 Bus Simulator using the Masterswitch Studios Masterlite 11.5m bus on the Cotterell map after restarting my PC. I am continuing off from where my PC crashed on the last video and I did a round trip back to the university on this map on the U18 route.

The bus is very nice to drive in my opinion and I am using the Cummins engine example here that has the Voith 4 speed gearbox. This concludes my let's play and that is the end of this two part video. I will be covering the Daimler version on the Keedlestone map as I can use single deck and midibuses on that map to keep it realistic :).

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Here is an alternative let's play of OMSI 2 Steam Editon of Bus Simulator using the Masterswitch Studios Masterlite 11.5m bus on the Cotterell Map this time although this is part 1 as my PC crashed yet again, so this video is in two parts. I will never give up and I will NEVER give in!

Part 2 will follow in the next video upload. I have used the version here without the assault screen just to show the differences of the cab layout.

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This is part of an attempted let's play of OMSI 2 Bus Simulator using the Master Studios Masterlite 11.5m bus on Farthington Demo before my PC decided to go loopy-loo-lah on me. So I will try again with another map in a different video that will follow on from this.

The bus is quite nice to drive in my opinion and the add-on is very well made. The version I am using here is the Cummins engined example and has the Voith 4 speed gearbox.

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Here is my review of the Hornby R3605TTS Class 60 that is in the DB Schenker livery that is numbered as 60044 and named as "Dowlow". The model is DCC Sound Fitted and comes with a TTS Sound Decoder pre-installed. I now have a Hornby select controller and this has allowed me to demonstrate most of the sound functions such as the start up and the horns which sound decent enough.

The supplied speaker that is installed is a non-bass type and does not seem to capture the rumble and the raw power that the real Class 60's have although there are 8 ohm bass reflex speakers available that are compatible with this decoder and the swap over is quite simple which is my plans here in the future.

The model has plenty of weight to haul a decent length train and it could handle the new tankers as shown here in the test drive without a problem. The Hornby Class 60 has all wheel drive (AWD) and a central 5 pole motor with a metal chassis that makes the performance very smooth. The model has directional lighting and there is a switch to choose between day and night modes.

From a realistic point of view. There is no option to disable the red tail lights but for me, this is not a deal breaker and I am sure that a switch could always be retrofitted if it is required. From the fun factor of this cracking model from Hornby. I tend to find that night running of the Hornby Class 60 is quite fun as they are nice and bright. The model has sprung buffers which are not painted but this is easily fixed with a choice of black or grey paint from your favourite paint brand. A great model from Hornby.

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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Here is my latest let's play of Train Simulator 2019 and here I am used the Class 374 Eurostar reskin for the DB BR407 ICE train on the LGV Rhône Alpes & Méditerranée route and this time. I am going from Gare Lyon Part Dieu to Gare Marseille St Charles via Avignon on this video.

This is a scenario that I am making for the Steam Workshop and I have used Steam Workshop compatible reskins of the default trains for the AI passenger and freight local trains. I will be releasing the scenario to the Steam Workshop very soon as it has been a while since I have done a scenario for the Steam workshop.

I will be doing let's plays for as long as I can but I am getting a new PC soon. I had to do this video 3 times because my PC kept crashing. This scenario simulates the remaining journey based on a Eurostar service from London. There are AI TGV and local SNCF passenger express, regional and freight trains that can be seen as well.

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Here is my latest let's play video of OMSI 2 Steam Edition of Bus Simulator and here I am using the 10,2 metre Masterlite on the Route 3 from Crystal Palace to Kennington Place. This is quite an interesting payware add-on because the bus has new passenger sounds which some say thanks when leaving the bus. This is a first for OMSI 2 as passengers just exit the bus without saying anything. Its a nice feature and if I was a real driver, I would just reply with "no problem" or "you're welcome" as I think I am a polite person in reality :).

The bus pack comes with a wide variation of different lengths and engines as there is a choice of Cummins ISBe4 or Daimler engine like those used on the Optare Solo. I used one of the default liveries that comes in the pack and the version of the bus with the assault screen as I am using the now obsolete "The South London Project" map for this bus. I will cover other maps with the other various buses that come in this mega pack for OMSI 2.

There is a growing selection of new repaints coming for this pack and I have plans to use them on other let's plays. I had to redo this video as I have been having a lot of problems with my PC just lately but I will keep on going.

This is the second payware pack of UK buses to come to OMSI 2 via Steam and may we see many more UK add-ons come in the future. I would recommend the add-on but only if UK buses would interest you though.

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Here is another remade model bus review because I now have a better camera and better lighting with a turntable. This is a review of the Northcord Model Company Alexander-Dennis Enviro 400 MMC 10.4 metre bus in the Go Ahead London livery and is represented here as EH108/YY66OZP on the Route 14 to Warren Street.

The model bus is excellent for detail inside and out that is similar to some of my Hong Kong model buses that I have. Although there may be mixed feelings about the real E400 MMC buses. From the model point of view, I think this is a very nice bus model and it is now the only model London bus that I currently have in my collection.

The model is a limited edition of 1500 pieces but there is no way to tell because there is no paper certificate included and my friends that I have spoken to that also own a model of this tell me that the stand on their model also says 1 of 1500 models produced. So here is my question. How do we even know which number our model is with nothing to declare it? Oh well. I am happy with the model anyway and I shall be getting other ones soon.

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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Here is my latest let's play of Train Simulator 2019 and this time. I am using the ÖBB 1116 Taurus Electric Locomotive with the Railjet train that comes with the Just Trains RWA Railjet Advanced Pack. I have had this add-on for a while but until recently. I have overlooked this train which means I was missing out on a lot of fun with this pack.

The train is quite fun to drive although unless you know what you are doing. I would recommend using the automatic start up command which is Ctrl+Shift+Z and wait for the train start up sequence to finish before trying to drive this train. Make sure to select the correct cab first and unlock the train to let passengers on before setting up the train.

The route that I am using is the Semmeringbahn and I have used the included scenario that comes with the pack. I quite like Austrian trains and I would recommend this add-on if their trains would be of interest. There is a many passenger and freight trains that will be seen on this scenario although most of the trains are either supplied with the route or are the default trains that come with the European Loco and Assets Pack.

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My latest let's play of Train Simulator 2019 and here I am driving the Siemens Vectron BR 193 Electric Locomotive on the Ruhr-Sieg route using the included scenario that comes with the locomotive pack. The BR 193 in the pack comes in the ELL (European Locomotive Leasing) and the OBB liveries. I am using the ELL livery in this let's play and due to the included scenario being buggy. Some signals didn't not clear but I drove the train for about half an hour just to show what it can do.

The locomotive pack is made by RSSLO and can be bought from their website. The Ruhr-Sieg Route is available from Steam for Train Simulator 2019.

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This is the review of the first ever model I have owned from Irish Railway Models and this is the Tara Mines Bogie Ore Wagon Set B which includes a pack of two wagons that are in OO gauge. The models are fantastic for detail and I plan to get more of these to make a full train in the future. They run well although the axles on the front wagon squeaked a bit when running but I fixed this with a wee drop of oil on the axle bearing. These models are very impressive and they will go well with the Murphy Models GM 071 class diesel locomotive in my opinion.

The models have NEM couplers and there is alternative coupling bars included to semi-permanently couple the two iron ore wagons together. I believe these are the Irish variant of the JTA iron ore wagons that are used in the UK but without covers. My views on this company and the quality is definitely positive and I will be getting the cement wagons soon to make a review of those because they looked great when I saw them at the Belfast Model Railway Exhibition back in August.

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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This is the second model bus review that I have remade because I have a better camera and I am intending to vastly improve my content. I did this one originally back in 2017 I think and to be honest. I was less than impressed with its quality but now I have a better video camera, lighting and a turntable. I decided to remake this model bus review and the old one will be removed later.

The model has been customised by me as SN53KJF using stickers but I am unable to seek any TLA27 decals to finish the model off so its in its transition mode as shown here. The model started off its days as TLA14.

The model bus is nicely made and has great detail inside and out like with the models that I have reviewed of this bus type in other liveries. The model is a limited edition and comes with a certificate and the livery here is represented as the Transdev owned version before the French Transport company RATP took over in 2010 or around that time. This model bus is on the Route 94 to Piccadilly Circus that is at the Central London end of the bus route. The Route 94 at the time of upload of this video runs from Piccadilly Circus to Acton Green. I was born in Acton and this route isn't too far from where I was originally born although I am Irish descent.

Sadly the Creative Master Northcord Limited company is no longer in business but there is a new company Northcord Model Company that owns the ALX400 tooling and the others and wouldn't it be great if NMC made another model with the London United RATP red livery like it was from 2011 to 2016 when the TLA class Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400 buses were withdrawn from the Route 94 in April 2016 when newer Hybrid buses replaced them.

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My first model train rolling stock review to come of September 2019 and this is probably one of the best model freight wagons that I have reviewed on my channel. This is the Revolution Trains TEA Bogie Tank Wagon in the VTG Grey livery and I have six of these to go with my Hornby Class 60 model trains.

These wagons are a bit more heavier than the Lima versions that I have and the detail on these models from Revolution Trains/Rapido Trains is fantastic. The downside with some wagons is that some parts came off some of my models that are not shown in the video but this one is fine as far as I am aware and if it was not for Revolution Trains/Rapido Trains stepping in to the brink to make these models. I am doubtful that Bachmann or Hornby would have bothered to make them as I have been suggesting these wagons for years to Hornby and Bachmann alike.

I am still a bit of a Hornby fan as evident with my past videos but I am also a realist as well. That said, I would like to thank Rapido Trains and Revolution Trains for making these new freight bogie tank wagons as we can now have a modern era oil train to use with the Hornby Class 60 and the Bachmann Class 66 models.

Please view my August 31st Model Train Running Session if you wanted to see how these wagons handle when in use.

Overall Rating: 10/10.

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Here is first let's play with narration of Train Simulator 2019 and here I am using the newly acquired add-on that is the SNCF BB26000 "Sybic" Electric Locomotive on the LGV Rhône Alpes & Méditerranée route from Grenoble to Lyon Part-Dieu with stop at the two stations en-route to Lyon.

The train is quite fun to drive in my opinion and it cruises smoothly at high speed and I used this locomotive with the Corail SNCF Carmillon carriages that are also available from SimExpress. I am still learning on how to drive this train with the different method and what is needed to get the train moving but I will be releasing my scenario on RailSimFR once I am finished making it and have done more testing because I play this scenario about 5-6 times before releasing it to the public.

For those interested in this payware add-on. You can buy this add-on from the SimExpress website at this link below
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My first let's play for September 2019 and this is my first video of using the TGV Réseau on the LGV Rhône Alpes & Méditerranée route and this is a work in progress scenario I am making for the Steam Workshop and the scenario is about 1 hour and 55 minutes long. This is just a preview of my scenario as I have not yet finished it and there is some bugs that I need to fix.

My stupid PC crashed at the end, but this video shows most of it anyway. There is a lot of AI trains I have used in this scenario because I want to make this scenario a realistic and a busy one whilst within the limitations of the Steam Workshop and I will release this scenario once it is finished and bug free.

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The is the first of the four model bus reviews I am remaking because I have a better camera, better lighting and a turntable that should be a better improvement over the last review I did back in 2014. This is the Transbus Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400 in the London United Back The Bid 2012 Olympics blue livery which the model was released in 2005 I think.

The model bus itself is excellent for detail and has a detailed interior and exterior although I have not shown the opening engine room door because I do not have a spudger or a piece of card available to hand and I will not use anything that will risk damaging the paint to the model bus.

As far as I am aware. The real bus of SN53KJE is still in use with a private bus operator that is Shoreline Suncruisers in Scarborough from 2017 as this bus was withdrawn from the Route 94 in April 2016 which was replaced with the newer Hybrid buses.

Overall Rating 10/10.

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Hello all.

Welcome to the Transport & Simulation Hub. My channel was formerly known on YouTube as BritishRail60062. My channel covers all the things I like such as Simulation Video Games and Transport videos. I like Railways, Aviation, Marine Transport, Road Transport as well as Transport in Model Form as well. I also produce random reviews of model trains, model vehicles and even equipment that I use to make my videos with.

I started off with using YouTube in 2008, so 2018 would make my YouTube channel 10 years old and I am now expanding my content over to here on BitChute and many other platforms. I will be uploading older videos onto this channel from 2008 right through to present day over time as I have over 1000 videos on my YouTube channel and I think its only right to have my videos from oldest to newest as to make this new channel easier to navigate,

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