Discussion in 'Chez Lounge' started by Benjy, Apr 9, 2017.
I think we require a higher capacity rail solution
I literally just spat all my drink all over my computer desk as soon as I saw that ALX200 XDD. Now I have to wipe all this mess up. -_-
Ah, its nice to make people laugh.
Now how can I do it with a carriage? Do I just slap together another one?
A 2 floor solution may be needed to deal with the overcrowding, or multiple coaches
@Benjy Hahaha, that's awesome xD
But low bridges, though.
Man, putting an ALX300 on the rear and duplicating it will be a pain, though.
Maybe you need this....
And what about the front of the bus? There needs to be some clearance between the front of the bus and the bendy bit as the lights on the front of it stick out, so you may need to remove them. Are the poor headlights just gonna get slammed into the bendy part?
It's simple - two carriages, both facing away from each other, but connected in the middle.
Where would this run? Low-passenger lines, I think.
Also, yay for genuine brainstorming.
Ah, school buses. Some are bland, some are really flamboyant. They don't have to abide by a national set livery - they just have to look presentable.
So here's one I made earlier. If 18921 was thrown out by Stagecoach before it became a 'Magic'bus, and was turned into a school bus by the fictional 'Mancurian Travel'.
Sorry about the unpainted bits and misaligned stuff. I'm not that good at editing.
Don't even touch Mayne's stuff ok? Go butcher something else.
theres some good repaints on this form
My super thread has come back to life!
Stagecoach in London, if only London Transport weren't EVIL.
Oh, you want to know where the vents are? NO VENTS. TOO MUCH WORK.
I did a thing to an MCV Stirling, some of the side parts aren't correctly manipulated but I hope to learn more about that as time goes on
I thought you bodged an Myllenium onto a Marshall with that, but unfortunately it's actually a real bus...
Did a single door conversion to a Volvo Olympian
should be good enough
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