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Yultide chain session 20/12/2019 at 17:13 #122368
KymriskaDraken
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I am thinking about doing a Victoria chain (SE & C) over Christmas - Either Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and/or Boxing Day.

How many people would be interested? I'd need at least eight people to make it work properly without having to rely on ARS too much. If you are interested add a comment below stating which day and which time you are likely to be available.


Kev

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Yultide chain session 20/12/2019 at 20:13 #122370
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I’d be interested, Kev. It’s been a while but I really should try to get back into it, and I’ve always liked the sound of your sessions (I’m a bit of a stickler for realism!).

Christmas Eve from say 8pm onwards is probably best for me, or Boxing Day subject to family plans.

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Yultide chain session 20/12/2019 at 22:02 #122373
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KymriskaDraken in post 122368 said:
I am thinking about doing a Victoria chain (SE & C) over Christmas - Either Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and/or Boxing Day.

How many people would be interested? I'd need at least eight people to make it work properly without having to rely on ARS too much. If you are interested add a comment below stating which day and which time you are likely to be available.


Kev
Kev, I don't have any concrete plans so I'm open to joining.

Christmas Eve, I'm not sure what time I get home so will drop you a message when I know on the day.

Christmas Day and Boxing Day I'm open to any times.

Also if you want a partner to help host then I can also do that if need be.

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Yultide chain session 21/12/2019 at 12:08 #122378
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Yep, I would be interested too... Christmas eve evening or Boxing Day... However, I don't do TS so if that counts me out, say so and I will move on :-)
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Yultide chain session 21/12/2019 at 16:04 #122380
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KymriskaDraken in post 122368 said:
I am thinking about doing a Victoria chain (SE & C) over Christmas - Either Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and/or Boxing Day.

How many people would be interested? I'd need at least eight people to make it work properly without having to rely on ARS too much. If you are interested add a comment below stating which day and which time you are likely to be available.


Kev

Great idea and I would be interested in joining. As to preference over times:

Christmas Eve: Likely to be working during the day, no idea as to finish time. Pub in the evening.
Christmas Day: On duty (religiously speaking but I am not a priest) for the morning; lunch likely mid afternoon. Could do evening.
Boxing Day: Nothing planned at present

Will look forward to whatever crops up.
Dave

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Yultide chain session 23/12/2019 at 19:27 #122403
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It doesn't look like I will be able to do a chain as the timetable I wanted to do only exists on one of the sims. So it will be a single sim - Victoria Central.

I will post details of two sessions - on for Christmas Day (starting after The Queen) and another for Boxing Day at a similar time.

Kev

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Yultide chain session 23/12/2019 at 21:21 #122404
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I'm working on it, there will eventually be a set of 1982 timetables that will cover any compatible sims. Currently London Bridge and Three Bridges are compatible, owing to missing branches (LB) and a terminus and siding complex (TB), although it will be interesting when I have inputted the data to see if I could shoehorn a way of running a 1982 tt on the 2000 era data on TB.

Please all note that the process of writing this timetable involves manually typing the data into the timetable area on the website so is not a quick process.

Paul

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