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Its been a while since I last played OMSI 2 Bus Simulator in a let's play video but here I used this newly released bus mod on the TSLP map on the Route 3 to Crystal Palace from Kennington Lane. The Volvo B7TL is the provincial low-height 4200mm version that is about 13.8 feet tall compared to the London spec full height bus that is 14.5 feet tall.

To point out that this bus mod is in the Alpha stage at present and V3D studios has made it available for download but please remember that his bus is still a work in progress and later builds will still continus to come out as he progresses with this bus mod for OMSI 2. That said, this is one of the best alpha release buses I have driven and personally I find this bus is quite fun to drive.

The Volvo B7TL has Voith sounds which are generic but personally I think they are okay for the bus and do replicate the Voith sounds in my opinion. Overall I like the work that V3D has done and I wish him all the best with this mod and I hope that he would consider making a full height variant like those that Ulsterbus use here in Northern Ireland.

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Here is my latest let's play video of Train Simulator 2019 and I have made this scenario as a stop gap until my scenario pack for the North Lincolnshire route is released that is planned for the spring. This let's play I am using the freeware Class 185 by Finchy with the enhancements by Jake Fuller and does use the Class 360 cab that requires the GEML to function properly.

The reskin for the Class 185 as shown on the player train can be downloaded here.
https://alanthomsonsim.com/?download=transpennine-express-class-185

There is only two stops this time at Warrington Central and Liverpool South Parkway as this train is representing the Scarborough to Liverpool working via Leeds and Manchester but the whole route doesn't exist in TS2019, so this will have suffice. I have added an interesting selection of AI trains into the mix and I had to make do with using a Class 350 on the 1500v DC Merseyrail system because there is no Class 507/508 trains available yet.

I do like the sounds on this train and this freeware Class 185 is actually quite fun to drive once you get used to the power and braking system. This is a freeware train and in general. I am generous with freeware items because nothing is asked for unlike payware items and there is nothing to lose by giving it a try.

I will release the scenario very soon on the Alan Thomson Sim website once I have done more testing as I would rather take more time to make sure all is well rather than get a shedload of complaints due to rushing through :).

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Here is my latest let's play of Train Simulator 2019 and this video shows one of the hardest scenarios that I have made for my mega pack of 10 scenarios that I am making for the freeware North Lincolnshire route because this one has heavy rain and poor weather. This scenario will take about 1 hour and 45 minutes to complete and careful use of the power and brakes is necessary to prevent wheelslip and a possible SPAD (Signal Passed At Danger) as the player train will have lower priority over the AI passenger services at Boston and Grimsby.

I have used the AP Weather Enhancement pack in my scenario mega pack as in my option it does make the simulation much more realistic. But if you do not own this weather pack, don't worry as the game will use the default stormy weather instead. This video shows the scenario as still a work in progress because I may change some of the wagons over to either those from Fastline Simulations, Just Trains or Armstrong Powerhouse as some of the wagons that come with the European Loco and Assets Pack are a bit over scale for the UK loading gauge.

The route I have chosen for this scenario will go via Firsby, Alford and Louth as well as Ludborough which sadly this section of line was closed when Beeching was running the railway when he make the decision to rationalise the railway that lead to the removal of the lines in most areas. But its nice to see how the railway used to look like when it existed.

Tatking this into account. I have used about 30 AI trains in this scenario although I have balanced them to make the scenario stable and to make the traffic realistic. This scenario is set in 1995 so I have use appropriate trains that would have been seen in that period including some borrowed trains and some diversions in progress as well due to a fallen tree on the line between Boston and Lincoln.

For those that want to try this freeware route. The North Lincolnshire route can be downloaded for free from here:
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Here is my latest let's play of Train Simulator 2019 and this time I am using a Class 37 that is from DP Simulations with a set of Mk2s in Intercity livery. I am using the North Lincolnshire route again and this time I am working as a Trans-Pennine Express service from Cleethorpe to as far as Scunthorpe on this service and I think it is nice to use a Class 37 as I don't remember using one before in a let's play video on my channel.

This scenario is made by myself and it will be released as part of a modern 1990's scenario mega pack that will have various scenarios of freight and passenger ones of varying difficulties and they will use the Armstrong Powerhouse Enhanced Weather Pack for a more realistic experience. The harder scenarios will benefit more from this add-on. But it is not essential to use my scenarios with as the default weather will function fine without it.

This scenario will take about 40 mins to complete and its difficulty will be easy compared to some that I have planned for this mega pack I am making. I cannot remember if the Class 37 uses the default sounds or the AP Class 37 sounds but the B key doesn't work to use the other horn and I am not that good at editing bin files unfortunately.

For those that want to try this freeware route. The North Lincolnshire route can be downloaded for free from here:
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Here is my second let's play video of Train Simulator 2019 and this is a video of the second scenario I am making for the North Lincolnshire route that is set in 1995. I have also done this one from Boston to Skegness with only a stop at Wainfleet as this is a holiday special train that consists of two Class 56's top and tail of a Intercity Mk2 set of passenger cars. I prefer the British Rail era to be honest and this scenario is based in the last years of British Rail before it was privatised fully in 1997.

I have used the Class 56 Enhancement Pack for this scenario and the sounds as well as the liveries are very good although I have kept within what would have been seen in 1995 in terms of the player train and the AI freight trains as well as the passenger trains.

That said, I have used a lot of the AP Enhancement Packs that will be required for this scenario mega pack that I am making for this excellent freeware route. I have made this scenario a medium difficulty as it will be stormy wet weather with high winds and I like to make harder scenarios as well as simple ones but this is not the hardest scenario to come in the pack. I will show one of them in the next let's play video :).

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Here is my first let's play video to come of February 2019 and this video is of a British Rail Class 153 DMU in the Regional Railways colours on a short journey from Boston to Skegness that uses the freeware North Lincolnshire line that is a 1950's route originally but I have set this scenario to 1995 that is one of the final years of British Rail before it was fully privatised by the end of 1997. This scenario is one of many I plan to make as a mega pack that I will be releasing later in the year.

I have used this train as is with no mods or anything as I do find this train is quite fun to drive in my opinion in TS2019 anyway. Even today. Class 153's are used between Nottingham and Skegness and are often used in combination with Class 156 and Class 158 DMU's. The max speed of the Class 153 is 75mph although the max line speed on this route is 65mph. I made a slip up as I missed one station on the way to Skegness but this scenario is still a work in progress so technically this video is a sneak preview in what the scenario will be like when its released.

The scenario pack I am making will have various freight and passenger scenarios of various difficulties and weather types to hopefully cater for those that like harder scenarioa. This one in this video is very easy to complete but I have an alternative version using locomotive hauled coaches that will be not so easy to do and I will show this in another let's play to come later.

As always. I do welcome your feedback and suggestions on my content that I make and if you want to any particular train in my future let's play videos. Please let me know and I will do a let's play of that train if I own that add-on. However the only limitations is that it must be a diesel or an electric train because I am bad at driving steam trains in train simulator haha.

For those that want to try this freeware route. The North Lincolnshire route can be downloaded for free from here:
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This is my last review to come of January as my other videos will be coming in February and next month is going to be an exciting one that is all I am prepared to say right now on that topic. All will become clearer on the first day of February ;).

This review is of the Krupp Titan O80 bus that is from the coach collection by Atlas Editions. The model is in the 1/72 scale and has a nice amount of detail that includes the interior as well. The model has the revised packaging which is what I do not like because although blister packaging is less prone to cracking from shock in transit. Its not ideal for displaying the model bus and keeping the dust OFF the model. That is the only downside to an otherwise great model bus.

I think this model bus would date back to the 1940's or the 1950's from its design and I think it is either a German bus or an Austrian model bus. Either way. It is still a nice bus from Atlas.

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Here is the third review to come in 2019 and another steam engine of the total of three that I own in my model train fleet. This is the Hornby 4-6-0 "King" in the Great Western (or GWR) green and is named as King Henry II with the fleetnumber of 6028.

The model was released in May 2004 if the instructions are anything to go by and this model steam engine is a very nice and a smooth runner. The model can handle the test train with ease although I don't think this model locomotive is DCC ready. Therefore DCC users would have to retrofit a decoder directly into the model.

I have not yet got a perfect passenger train to use with this model train. Therefore I have had to improvise with the rolling stock that I do own and I think that the important step here is that as long as there is a test train. It doesn't really matter to me.

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Here is my first model bus review to come of 2019. This is the Atlas Editions REO Speedwagon 1946 model bus in the black, white and gold colours. The model is made to the 1/72 scale and it has a good amount of detail considering that these model buses are not as expensive as other model trains that I also do own. The model bus is an American as after doing some research about the company. REO is an American vehicle maker that made trucks and buses up to 1975. This model bus does look a wee bit similar to the 1950's Bedford OB bus around the hood area on the model.

Here is my first model train running session to come of 2019 and this one is a Thomas and Friends OO Gauge model train running session that I was going to make at the end of last year but never got round to it due to other commitments. All the model trains in this video are from Hornby Railways and are in OO gauge. I use default wagons for the large freight train shown in the video for the reason is that I do not yet have enough Thomas model wagons.

I have set up a twin track for multiple train running to make this video more interesting. I have made this a musical video and I have used applicable music from YouTube. The reason is none of my model trains have sound in this video.

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My second video to come this year of 2019 and this is a review and unboxing video of the Hornby Railways Class 06 Diesel Shunter in the fictional livery of the Robert Horne Paper Company and this model train was released in 1996.

This is a 0-4-0 model train with an incredible and impressive but unrealistic top speed. I only used about 45% power on my model train controller for the test run, otherwise I would fear that it would derail and we don't want that :). The model comes with optional detail parts in the form of brake pipes that will make the model train look nice. I picked up this model train in very good condition considering its age. It has had very low use, so I did a wee lubrication before making this video.

The Hornby Class 06 is able to handle the test train very well with no problems although shunter locomotives are not designed to move huge trains in one go anyway as this model would not have the strength to haul my long test train that I did in the last review video. Overall this is a very nice cheap model from Hornby and these small model trains are ideal for newcomers into the hobby that are on a low budget because of their low price.

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Here is first model train review to start the brand new year of 2019 with. Despite the model train reviews of the Hornby Thomas and Friends range that I did last year. This is my first full sized steam locomotive and also I am a GWR fan, so I had to get this one as I was meaning to get one for a while but here I finally got round to it and this is a freight locomotive. This is a very nice model from Hornby in my opinion and I do like the detail that comes on this model. I believe the model was released in 2009 but this one was factory sealed and had the transit brackets that I had to remove before I could do the test run. The locomotive and tender are linked with a "ribbon" cable that I would agree is a nice idea for have the DCC connections into the tender where there is more room for a chip. However the packaging is poorly designed as it should have been designed to allow the locomotive and its tender to be permanently coupled together to reduce the risk of damage to the link cable.

The model has sprung buffers and NEM couplers to allow the owner to use their own couplers of their preference as needed. The model is quite a strong locomotive as it could pull the 26 wagons with ease although there was a bit of wheelslip at first and I had to tighten up the screws from the brackets (this should have been covered in the manual). Once I had fixed the problem, the model train ran a lot better. I do have plans to get some more model steam trains this year as they are growing on me.

This video is the first one to be made using my new video camera that is the Sony Handycam CX450 which I am enjoying and I would welcome your feedback on the sound and vision of my new camera. I always welcome positive and constructive feedback on my content that I make. I wish all of you a Happy New Year as we are now in 2019!

All the best
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My first let's play video of 2019 and I have made this video to wish all of you a Happy New Year as we are in the first day of January 2019 and I feel positive about this year already. I have just come back from a celebration party so I am a wee bit tipsy when I made this video but we only get the chance to celebrate the New Year once a year, so I wanted to make something different. So here I am driving the TGV Reseau Duplex from Avignon to Marseille and having some fun on the way as well.

I have used SNCF trains as AI traffic for added realism so this scenario will not be compatible with the Steam workshop, but it will be available from Railsim-FR when I have done more testing. I am using the 64-bit of TS2019 as it is more stable on my system overall because I use a lot of AI trains in my creations :).

Happy New Year Everyone!
All The Best
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Here is another model train running session and this video shows a selection of Diesel and Electric model trains from my fleet and I have done a few trains as to avoid being repetitve too much. The model trains used are of from Hornby and Lima and there is a selection of passenger and freight model trains seen in action on this video. As per the last video, I am using my brand new Sony CX450 video camera for this footage as I always appeciate positive and constructive feedback on my content.

I have this this model train running session a musical video as I have used ambient music to match the model trains and I have used different angles for filming as I have added a second line of track to add more trains into the mix as well.

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Here is one of two very last model train running session videos to come of 2018 and this one is Steam as I only have a very small fleet of Steam Locomotives in my model train collection. This is my first video that uses my Sony CX450 video camera and the footage was done for practicing if anything. I used background music like with all of my model train running sessions because I think it is better with music unless I have sound fitted model trains which I presently have no steam train models with sound at the moment.

Please feel free to give me feedback on the video quality of this practice video as it would be greatly appreciated. I am enjoying this new camera and I am happy with the results :). Filmed with a Sony CX450 video camera.

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Its been a while since I have done a channel update video but this time I am doing a special video to show what is to come onto my channel and to thank all my viewers and subscribers (including new subscribers) for all of your support and helpful feedback on my videos over this last year.

I now have a brand new camera that will be used on my new reviews to come from January 2019 and I have decided to give you all a premiere insight into the first three reviews to come in 2019 as I now have some Steam train models in my collection that are full size steam engines that are non-Thomas models as I did all those reviews already :).

All my new 2019 review videos will be using my new Sony CX450 video camera that will be used with my Rode VideoMic Pro for sound as it is a stereo microphone that would make the sound clearer for my viewers and those that use headphones should benefit from this hence my new camera also has a mic input.

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This one was working the 26B into Belfast City Centre and my friend was driving so here is the footage of these awesome buses. This one is a 2003 Scania L94UB with ZF transmission and I have to say that these buses have a lot of power when need be. Its twilight when I made this video so there isn't much to see outside but this is my last bus ride video to come of 2018 but I do plan to make more of these bus ride videos in 2019.

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My second video and this one is much better as 3228 has a nice grunt to it and in my opinion. These buses do sound a lot like a Class 153 when the diesel engine powers up as these Glider buses are hybrid buses and they have air conditioning and free wifi on board.

This video has better views because I was sitting in a better position to film at the window with the engine behind me. Overall I do like these buses and they are like a mix of a train and a bus.

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Here is the final review video to come of 2018 and this is a review of the GMC B-Series model school bus in the 1/72 scale from Atlas Editioins. I had forget to upload this review until I found it amongst my other videos when I was cleaning my PC to gain some storagew space :). This is quite a nice model bus from Altas Editions and has wing mirrors and other detail that makes this a nice model bus.

I am not sure if this one is a limited edition or not because there is no certificate supplied but I think it may be part of a series of model buses that Atlas Editions produces. I will be doing more video of model bus reviews in the new year. I have a special video to come at the weekend that will draw my 2018 videos to a close with a premiere of what to expect in 2019.

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My first video of a bus ride on the Translink Glider that operates in Belfast and has done since September 2018. This video is more the sound of the engine than anything as I believe it is a V6 or a V8 Paccar unit that powers these buses although the setup is hybrid rather than direct drive and the sounds of these new Belfast buses does sound similar to a Class 153 or a Class 156 train that I used to ride on when I lived in England.

These new buses are like a mix of a bus and a train because you will need to buy the ticket at the bus stop halt before you board but I use a Translink Daylink Card that is similar the Oystercard that is used in London and I top that up at the bus stop halt.

My thoughts about these new buses are positive but they can get quite busy in peak times. Although at times they do have guards on the buses. You cannot buy a ticket on board the bus and if you do not buy a permit to travel (a ticket or a pass) then you will risk getting a penalty fare.

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Just a wee video to wish off my viewers and my valued subscribers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2019. Thanks for all your support and guidance throughout the last ten years of being on YouTube since 2008.

All the best
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Here is my special let's play video to wish all my viewers and subscribers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2019. As I am sure most of my friends will know that the TGV Reseau is my favourite high speed train and I do enjoy thrashing this train in TS2019. This TGV is quite fun to drive despite the fact that it uses the TGV Duplex sounds and horn. I hope that DTG will take the time to record the sounds from a real TGV Reseau as I am sure that this will make this the ultimate TGV add-on for TS2019 in my opinion.

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I nearly forgot to upload this one. Here is my latest let's play video of Euro Truck Simulator 2 where I take a Mercedes Benz Actros MP4 from Napoli to Palermo using the Italia expansion map add-on with a special "Dragon" paint job on my truck. I am using the Krone Trailer pack add on as well to make the delivery.

I use a keyboard for my driving as per the other videos I have done in the past. I will get a steering wheel kit once I get a new gaming PC later in the new year.

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My first let's play without commentary of Train Simulator 2019. Here I am using the NS Traxx 186 Electric Locomotive on a passenger service from Innsbruck to Garmisch-Partenkirchen in this let's play. I had to split the video into 3 parts and then put them into one video. This video will show of what is coming in my triple scenario pack that I am aiming to release this week coming.

There is plenty of AI traffic in this scenario as I am using the 64bit version of the game which is more stable on my machine anyway. Personally I do like the Mittenwaldbahn route for its landscape and detail. I have a let's play to come before Christmas but I would like to wish all my viewers and my subscribers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2019.

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My latest unboxing and review video on the Hornby R9289 Edward the Blue Engine from the Thomas and Friends range in OO gauge. This one is the last of the six post-2016 models that I have and this version of Edward is in the correct shade of blue as per the Thomas and the Gordon models that I have previously covered in other model train reviews.

Personally I like the Hornby version the best because although he not be an exactly replica of the TV show model of Edward. The model has a semi-glazed drivers cab that is a nice touch. Edward is a tender drive model with only two powered axles. The locomotive and tender are permanently coupled together and there is a wired connection to extra pickups to improve reliability on the track.

Although this model is tender drive rather than locomotive drive like with Henry that I have previously covered in another review. There is plenty of traction to haul a 4 car passenger train or a medium sized freight train.

The Hornby model of Edward is DCC ready and you will only need to add an 8 pin chip into the model to covert it to DCC operation. The conversion is simple. I have not covered the instructions because I have done this on the review of Gordon and I try to avoid being too repetitive.

The packaging is the newer style blister pack that will protect the model when stored and personally I prefer this packaging because it makes removing the model from the box much easier and reduces the risk of damaging anything. Overall a very nice model from Hornby and I would suggest getting this one whilst you still can because Hornby will not be making this range of model trains after 2018.

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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.

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