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Motherwell January 2019 17/01/2019 at 16:43 #114835
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Timetable is based on a weekday during January 2019. This timetable will be released as when its done, a preview via host may happen also. To note I am about to start this timetable and aim to be a couple of weeks before done. Timetable is for 2015 era only.

Timetable has a mixture of MO, TThurO, WO & FO freight working to add to the variety.
Timetable was created from my own records that ran that day including platforming, passenger workings. Freight workings via Railway System Source.

Timetable Notes:
1. Signallers will have to regulate freight and passengers accordingly to minimize delays.

---Service Pattern---

---Serco Caledonian---
London Euston to Inverness
Inverness to London Euston
London Euston to Glasgow Central/Edinburgh
Glasgow Central/Edinburgh to London Euston

---Virgin Trains---
London Euston - Glasgow Central
London Euston - Glasgow Central/Edinburgh Waverley Via West Midlands
(Alternates between each hour, these run as Class 9's)

---TransPennine Express---
Manchester Airport to Glasgow Central/Edinburgh (Alternates between each hour)

---Scot Rail---
Glasgow/Edinburgh/Carstairs
Newton/Lanark/Motherwell
Whifflet/Dalmuir/Larkhall

---LNER---
Glasgow/Edinburgh/London Kings Cross

---Cross Country--
Penzance/Birmingham/Edinburgh/Glasgow

---Freights---
There is plenty of freight workings within this timetable, signallers will have to regulate so they don't hold up passengers.
Some freight services will need to pass before passengers.

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Motherwell January 2019 25/01/2019 at 16:45 #115044
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Little Update:-

Timetable is coming along nicely, still quite a bit to go yet though so don't expect anything just yet.
The following have been done.
Virgin Trains
London North Eastern Railway
Caledonian Sleeper
Cross Country
TransPennine Express

Still working on
Scot Rail
Area of Freight

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Motherwell January 2019 25/01/2019 at 23:36 #115054
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Thank you very much for that kind of timetable.
Last Week Tuesday there has been the oppotunity that both the Flask and the Pipes to Georgemas Junction were running... Looking very forward to this kind of Timetable.
Cheers!

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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 13:04 #115057
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Class 86 in post 115054 said:
Thank you very much for that kind of timetable.
Last Week Tuesday there has been the oppotunity that both the Flask and the Pipes to Georgemas Junction were running... Looking very forward to this kind of Timetable.
Cheers!
Hopefully you will enjoy it more than I enjoyed writing it..
As I have the info for the Flasks [6S99] to Georgemas etc, have you got info on the pipe train eg Headcode and Wagon types?

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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 13:21 #115058
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From 2015 dataset DBS Class 6 Diesel (66+21 Scottish pipe traffic) 349m it was a mix of BDA and RRA runners
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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 13:27 #115059
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Meld in post 115058 said:
From 2015 dataset DBS Class 6 Diesel (66+21 Scottish pipe traffic) 349m it was a mix of BDA and RRA runners
Brilliant thanks for that Meld, I've got the code as 6X88 0538 Hartlepool Sth Works to Inverness Signal I410 and ran on the 16th as 'VVAR'

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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 15:08 #115062
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Both trains are now in the timetable but yet to find the return path for Pipes Empties etc.
6S99/6M98 Flasks and 6X88A/B all in for now.

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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 20:01 #115075
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Can't remember it exactly, but this one here is the return path running as 6E98 (?)

http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/train/H34415/2019/01/24/advanced

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Motherwell January 2019 26/01/2019 at 20:53 #115081
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Class 86 in post 115075 said:
Can't remember it exactly, but this one here is the return path running as 6E98 (?)

http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/train/H34415/2019/01/24/advanced
Thanks for that wasn't to sure if it was this path.

Now put into the timetable.

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Motherwell January 2019 11/02/2019 at 19:21 #115627
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Final Update:

I have now completed all the train entries bar most freight services. I need to check over Newton terminators in the coming days and then add in all the freight workings etc. I don't have much details on Mossend Yard Shunting but if anyone else does please let me know.

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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 11:27 #119319
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Great to hear about the work you are doing. I do not know how you do it. But a huge thanks.
On the Mac Sims, are there any plans to look at Central Scotland, now it is electrified.. Likewise NEScotland has double track to Dyce now, I understand a timetable is in the offing for that. Also will Edinburgh be heading for the loader and all the updates to Waverley, Haymarket, Helensburgh and the Borders line?
I am a huge fan and now own more Sims than are good for me. Thanks to one and all.

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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 13:13 #119321
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Are there any plans to include any NR infrastructure monitoring trains? I know UTU1/SGT1 combo was booked to run as follows (as far as the Motherwell sim is concerned) during the week 07-11 Jan:-

TO Carlisle - Glasgow Central - Mossend
WO Mossend - Oban

And the following week 14-18 Jan it was booked to run as follows:-

TO Fort William - Mossend
WO Mossend - Ayr - Kilwinning - Largs - Mossend
THO Mossend - Glasgow Central - Newton - Glasgow Central - Carlisle.

These would all have been night shifts as UTU recording can only take place at max speed 30mph. I'll see if I can dig out some timings for them later (if I've not permanently deleted them).

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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 13:22 #119323
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tynie123 in post 119319 said:
Great to hear about the work you are doing. I do not know how you do it. But a huge thanks.
On the Mac Sims, are there any plans to look at Central Scotland, now it is electrified.. Likewise NEScotland has double track to Dyce now, I understand a timetable is in the offing for that. Also will Edinburgh be heading for the loader and all the updates to Waverley, Haymarket, Helensburgh and the Borders line?
I am a huge fan and now own more Sims than are good for me. Thanks to one and all.
I thought CSCOT already had the electrification in it, or at least as much as was known to me at the time I updated it.

NESCOT I have not got any information on the Aberdeen-Dyce re-signalling, so no plans to change that.

Edinburgh is in loader format but there's one issue that I can't resolve at the moment. I have no timetable for updating it at this time.

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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 15:24 #119324
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I have stopped work on this Motherwell January 2019 as I need a litte more info regarding Mossend. But also if Meld could comment here too if your doing or not doing a GHD 09/01/2019 WTTs. If Meld is I can then shift this timetable forward as part of my Summer 2019 collection.
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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 16:41 #119325
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Cheers Peter.
Queen St has platforms being extended to take longer units, 385,s operate on Dunblane to Edinburgh and most Queen ST . some refurbished HST sets on Aberdeen services Dunblane signalled , no semaphore now.
Queen St to Cumbernauld, extended to Edinburgh via Falkirk Grahamstown they now stop at Polmont and Linlithgow as the Dunblane services , now do not... So much happening the smiler sets have gone home.

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Motherwell January 2019 08/07/2019 at 17:02 #119328
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Peter Bennet in post 119323 said:
tynie123 in post 119319 said:
Great to hear about the work you are doing. I do not know how you do it. But a huge thanks.
On the Mac Sims, are there any plans to look at Central Scotland, now it is electrified.. Likewise NEScotland has double track to Dyce now, I understand a timetable is in the offing for that. Also will Edinburgh be heading for the loader and all the updates to Waverley, Haymarket, Helensburgh and the Borders line?
I am a huge fan and now own more Sims than are good for me. Thanks to one and all.
I thought CSCOT already had the electrification in it, or at least as much as was known to me at the time I updated it.
Electrification was extended slightly from what's already in the sim to encompass Fouldubs Jn, the run-round, the FLT and a short stretch of the lines to the docks and BP sidings (presumably to allow electric container trains to shunt).

tynie123 said:
Dunblane signalled , no semaphore now
DB6 and DB44 were still semaphore when I was up there in May, unless they've been replaced since?

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Motherwell January 2019 09/07/2019 at 00:14 #119334
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Steamer in post 119328 said:
Peter Bennet in post 119323 said:
tynie123 in post 119319 said:
Great to hear about the work you are doing. I do not know how you do it. But a huge thanks.
On the Mac Sims, are there any plans to look at Central Scotland, now it is electrified.. Likewise NEScotland has double track to Dyce now, I understand a timetable is in the offing for that. Also will Edinburgh be heading for the loader and all the updates to Waverley, Haymarket, Helensburgh and the Borders line?
I am a huge fan and now own more Sims than are good for me. Thanks to one and all.
I thought CSCOT already had the electrification in it, or at least as much as was known to me at the time I updated it.
Electrification was extended slightly from what's already in the sim to encompass Fouldubs Jn, the run-round, the FLT and a short stretch of the lines to the docks and BP sidings (presumably to allow electric container trains to shunt).

tynie123 said:
Dunblane signalled , no semaphore now
DB6 and DB44 were still semaphore when I was up there in May, unless they've been replaced since?
I think they might have been changed , I might be in the area by the end of the week and could confirm then , but from memory , they might be the dorman LED type. I'll have a look next time

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Motherwell January 2019 09/07/2019 at 11:52 #119340
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I am there 2 or 3 times a week, will check, take a photo or 2
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Motherwell January 2019 09/07/2019 at 17:37 #119345
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With regard to EGIP mode in CSCOT (and Cowlairs too) many of the routes from the Queen Street neck to the platforms are not coded to be electrified in the sim. AC only trains report no suitable traction. Not seen this mentioned elsewhere so not sure if it is an already known issue.
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Motherwell January 2019 09/07/2019 at 23:14 #119352
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DB6 & DB44 are still semaphore. All other signals controlled by DBL are Dorman LED except the two shunting discs at the south end of platforms 2 & 3.
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