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ConductorHughes

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About ConductorHughes

  • Birthday December 21

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  • Location
    Bristol, UK
  • Interests
    Buses, IT, Whisky, Lagers of the world

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  1. Bus Spotting

    1911 is near completion (restoration wise), with (fully restored) 1622 by its side Very nice to have both 90's Country and City liveries side by side. Top Gear Top Tip: Don't buy a real-life bus, its a money pit...
  2. Running Card Template?

    Unfortunately not in an editable format, but here's an example of the Running Boards First use (I've blanked out the actual information as it's deemed Commercially Sensitive). Hopefully this is of some use
  3. Bus Spotting

    Yeah it's formerly First Somerset & Avon's 66100. It's Wright's ex-demonstrator for the Renown bodied B10BLE, which is why it's different to the rest of First's fleet of B10s
  4. Bus Spotting

    1911 is finally being painted (apologies for being so quiet recently, but unfortunately real life takes priority )
  5. Bus Spotting

    Nope, Badgerline merged with GRT (Grampian Regional Transport) circa 1996, to form First Group. All local identities were shortly wiped out after that.
  6. Bus Spotting

    The plan is to get her painted back up into the Badgerline "Wedge" livery. She wasn't delivered new in this livery, but she was the last bus to painted into it after Wrightbus donated to Badgerline. Here's my Artists Impression I made: And here she is all rubbed down with new panels:
  7. Bus Spotting

    Thanks The de-branding was a little bit of a bodged job tbh, but she's currently in the piantshop being rubbed down, ready for us to begin the paint job
  8. Bus Spotting

    My B10BLE (formerly First Somerset & Avon 66100) seen parked up whilst doing a shuttle for the Avon Rally Railway. Quite a few of the younger children were a little confused by my choice of destination All going to plan she may have a sister soon...
  9. im back

    Welcome back!
  10. Patch

    Do you mean the CFF Explorer "workaround"? If so, you can download it from here: http://www.ntcore.com/exsuite.php And a handy guide on how to configure it can be found here: http://interslice.org.uk/things/OMSI_CFF.pdf Hope this helps
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  12. Volvo B7TL indicator Chrip

    Maybe this is what you're after? A YouTube clip of the sound I recorded for the mod:
  13. General chatroom

    Here's the one She's looking a little scruffy atm: But this is my "Artists impression" of how she may look once finished Progress is coming along well, and she's now mechanically sound. Just need to do a fair bit to the body, and tidy up the interior. And possibly do a re-trim with a different moquette
  14. Buses broken down

    More of a mechanical fault than a breakdown, but a few weeks back I had a StreetLite DF blow its turbo on us. It was Sod's Law that it was going to happen, but as we were attempting to build speed to make our way up a hill, a passenger rang the bell to get off the stop just before the start of the hill - only to for them to tell us they wanted the stop at the top of the hill... The queue of traffic behind us was not at all pleased that we had to climb that hill at 4-5 MPH
  15. General Video's of real busroutes

    Here's my B10 seen running on the last leg of the U1 service to University of Bath. We've wanted to take her this way for a while, to see how she copes with Bathwick Hill, and as you can see, she absolutely flys up it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUB53QyzlJA
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