This is the first time I post my route progress in this forum, this time is the Quarry Tramroad from the TV Series but with the RWS order and logic of sets, here they are in order starting from this location:
Here's Toby with his "Vintage Train" to the Quarry passing over the bridge that crosses the road going from Arlesburgh to Ulfstead (this isn't in the TVS).
Here is Percy going to Ffarquhar through the "Stop Board".
Thomas crossing "Toby's Tightrope" while puffing towards the Quarry with empty trucks.
Up next is Mavis going over the crossing where Thomas had his little mishap with a policeman.
Just an original set by me.
Locations from "Trust Thomas".
From the start of the episode "Thomas In Trouble".
Percy departs the Quarry and arrives at the "First Level Crossing".
More of my Quarry Tramroad route. In the books it was said there was a runaway siding near Ffarquhar, so I decided to make this set that, the pond is located along the stream from "Toby's Tightrope", which crosses the line another time. Merging both places is sort of a creative choice.
Post by thomastugsfan on Jun 28, 2018 17:04:10 GMT
Here's the Season 5 Ffarquhar/Anopha Quarry, this is more like the new recent addition to the Quarry in my history canon. The line from here goes to Toby's Line, which runs to places like Arlesburgh, Arlesdale and Ulfstead.
After snowy weather, Percy is usually worried whenever he passes the bridge that crosses the Hackenbeck Stream, a stream that goes from the River Arle, passes under the Arlesdale Railway near the watermill, and goes south all the way to the bottom of the hill at the tunnel close by.
Percy was still worried when they passed Hackenbeck, a small station by the branch line. That station is more of a station halmet for Ffarquhar. Some passenger trains don't even stop there.
Here is Terence's Field from the second season episode "The Runaway" (the Season 1 field will be in another location). This particular one is located between Hackenbeck and Ffarquhar (like in the RWS).
After departing Terence's field, Duck will pass under a bridge just before reaching Hackenbeck. This bridge was placed here because there is a bridge like that too according to some RWS maps, as well as Wilbert Awdry's Ffarquhar layout. The little hut placed along the track is also a nod to that layout, since it's said to be there.
Post by crossingkeeper on Sept 16, 2018 17:14:06 GMT
Where did the locos and coaches come from? Richard made a No. 4 and No. 6 years ago but this is the first time I've seen proper coaches used rather than FR observation cars. Sorry for taking a month to reply but I've been busy running a real mountain railway and am now playing catch up.
jimzebmk1: Genuinely devastated to hear of Michael Angelis' passing. Such a huge part of my childhood, as I'm sure he was for everyone here. RIP Michael, you will be sorely missed by us all. Job well done, and thanks again for everything you did.
May 31, 2020 10:49:37 GMT
North Star: Very sorry to hear of his passing, my condolences to those who were closet to him.
May 31, 2020 13:03:45 GMT
9: I'm not sure if now is an appropriate time to mention this, but I would also like to announce that I have raised £416.225 for the Bluebell Railway, by virtually rowing the distance of the English Channel.
May 31, 2020 15:45:03 GMT
Loganthe9f51: Really sorry about Michael, but 9, that's awesome!
May 31, 2020 22:17:21 GMT
engineerrailman: I'm very sorry for the loss of a Narrator. I never grew up with his narrations (due to being an American) but he he is
May 31, 2020 23:27:36 GMT
engineerrailman: pretty good. (Sorry I cut off for some reason)
May 31, 2020 23:28:18 GMT
Sleeper Agent: Gotta say Ringo will always be may fave but Michael was a most worthy successor and likewise sad that he has gone. Btw Engineerrailman you can edit and delete shouts on Probaords if you wish to combine the two.
May 31, 2020 23:42:29 GMT
Zack (Hufflepuff Batboy): There's something that keeps puzzling me; was Michael Angelis born in 1944 or 1952? I've always believed it was the latter, but some sources have said it's the former.
Jun 1, 2020 23:41:09 GMT
Zorgoth: Shared my condolences in the TV Series Discussion board; think I'm gonna watch some classic Thomas UK episodes on YT to remember Mr. Angelis by
Jun 2, 2020 0:31:52 GMT
Sleeper Agent: 1952. Not sure who published he was 76 first but The Guardian or otherwise he was 68.
Jun 2, 2020 8:20:35 GMT
Madness: Michael Angelis was always my favourite narrator. He gave a lot of great voices and he could always give you a good laugh at parts of his narration. R.I.P Michael Angelis .
Jun 2, 2020 19:24:54 GMT