AMI Trains AMITrains - home to add-on packs and mods for Chris Sawyer's Locomotion from Atari. Includes work from Plastikman, Strongbow, Andel, Illegal Alien, Major Duck and more http://www.amitrains.co.uk/component/content/frontpage.html Thu, 24 Jul 2014 08:19:20 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Locomotion Signal and Station building tutorial http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/64-rail-building-guide.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/64-rail-building-guide.html I found this old Locomotion Signal and Station building tutorial lost on the server while I was doing some housekeeping.

We still have new players that come here looking for mods. They might find some basic guides like this useful.

 

Enjoy....

 

EDIT:

I'll also link this one. The Loco Railbuilding Guide.

 

 

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jmucci@hotmail.com (John M) frontpage Sun, 10 Feb 2013 09:51:23 +0000
Quiet... But not gone. http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/63-quiet-but-not-gone.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/63-quiet-but-not-gone.html I just wanted to take the time and say hi and thank you guys.

I know we have been really quiet lately. Real life has been very hectic.

Do expect some updates and new stuff in the future.

 

thanks again,

John..

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jmucci@hotmail.com (John M) frontpage Sun, 10 Feb 2013 09:31:31 +0000
Zeak's Australian Mods for Locomotion http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/61-zeaks-australian-mods-for-locomotion.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/61-zeaks-australian-mods-for-locomotion.html Zeak's Australian Mods for Locomotion

AMI is proud to host Zeak's Australian Mods.

Zeak has been a cornerstone for mods for those down under. 

Due to real life constraints and obligations, he has not been able to keep up with his web hosting duties and his mods had fallen off the face of the map.

Thanks to help from Zeak and other members of the community, we have been able to salvage the lost mods and put them up on AMI for everyone to enjoy once again.

the link to Zeak's old page for those that are interested

Thanks guys!

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jmucci@hotmail.com (John M) frontpage Sat, 30 Apr 2011 20:40:35 +0000
Western Pacific Feather River Canyon Trains http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/59-western-pacific-feather-river-canyon-trains.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/59-western-pacific-feather-river-canyon-trains.html Chicago Locomotive Works presents:

3DTrains Western Pacific Feather River Set for locomotion.


Following the style of the Dekosoft sets, Here is another payware pack.
The Western Pacific Trains of the Feather River Canyon by 3Dtrains

This set represents the trains and rolling stock you would typically see from the late 60's up until the merger of the Western Pacific into the Union Pacific in 1983.

Inside you will find:
The California Zephyr pulled by an FP7 and 2 F3B's
(1 Baggage, 3 sleepers, 1 domed coach, 1 domed diner and 1 domed observation)
2 F7 freight locos
1 F7b Freight loco
1 F7
1 GP35
2 U30B's
1 MOW set
17 Boxcars
4 Flat Cars
2 Bulkhead Flats
2 Centerbeams
5 Grain Hoppers
1 Lumber Car
1 Woodchip Car
1 Gondola
2 Caboose

and of course your new WP player character.

Thanks to Marc Nelson at 3Dtrains for allowing this set to happen.

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jmucci@hotmail.com (John M) frontpage Wed, 16 Mar 2011 02:42:56 +0000
A quick update from AMI... http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/58-a-quick-update-from-ami.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/58-a-quick-update-from-ami.html Recently word has reached us that copyrighted MSTS items being released as locomotion objects without the appropriate permissions.

AMI Trains has a fairly dim view of such behaviour and as such prides itself on the efforts and level of checks our contributers make.  If you believe some of your work may have been mistakenly included, please tell us - contact Andel via TT-Forums.

 

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dominic@lund-conlon.co.uk (Andel) frontpage Sat, 15 Jan 2011 17:53:25 +0000
News Update http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/47-news-update.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/47-news-update.html A Message from AMI Trains co-founder Andel:

For some time now, the idea has been to update and upgrade the entire website to a Joomla based system with a download management tool, better statistics and more facilities such as the options for others to update, possibly upload and more interaction.  We also recognise where other languages may be needing to become involved and we're looking at that too.

The first part was pushed upon us where we needed to update the site.  The second stage will be to invite contributers to begin to join in and submit articles such as map and pack reviews or tutorials.  The following stages within the programme will be for a gallery tool, pay per downloads (for donationware), link directories and so on.

I'd like to thank everyone for sticking with us during this upgrade.  Pretty soon it will become clear why we took the step we needed to.  In the mean time, the begging cap will shortly be extended again.

Kind regards

Andel
Co-Founder of AMI Trains

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dominic@lund-conlon.co.uk (Andel) frontpage Mon, 29 Nov 2010 20:23:49 +0000
Welcome http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/46-welcome.html http://www.amitrains.co.uk/the-news/46-welcome.html AMI Trains hosts and supports Packs from AMI, PlastikMan, Seelenquell, Strongbow and LT Trains, designed for Chris Sawyer's Locomotion.  Established in 2005, AMI Trains is 5 years old and thanks you for visiting.

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jmucci@hotmail.com (John M) frontpage Mon, 29 Nov 2010 06:12:09 +0000