Monday, 22 June 2015

Stop the Clock!

All done,

Pens and pencils down.

and rest.

d

13 comments:

Gérald said...

Hip, hip, hourra for you Derek and thank you in advance. Here, in Switzerland, I am waiting with impatience the release.

Gérald (Re460)

Anonymous said...

I have already spent a few days at the National Archives copying out the Working Timetable from 1962 for this area ... so bring it on!

Andy said...

Congratulation on an epic project. Inspiration for us all. I look forward to purchasing it.

Regards

Andy

Geoff Potter said...

Time for a well earned glass of the 15 year old amber nectar .... no stuff that, make it the 20 year old and forget the glass !!

Great work, well done.

Derek Siddle said...

Thank you all.

A last minute model from PG
Was up till 4, then 6 to finish it off. Then I got told to stop. So I stopped.

I can not believe it is over, now waiting on QA.

d

Tim van der Leeuw said...

Well I'm sure QA will take a couple of weeks so I'm trying to be patient while waiting...........
(It's gonna be hard)

Derek Siddle said...

It entered QA a few weeks ago.. I/We just been fixing bugs.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! I bet you'll never "finish" it though, the version you have in 6, 12, 24, 60 months will be still "under development", that's what I've seen with building routes you really care for.

Can't wait for it to be released.....

Lets hope the sun comes out soon so you can get some painting done, rather than sat in front of the computer!!

Paddington bear said...

Well Done Derek. Looking forward to the pleasure your hard work will bring.

Ross
NZ

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, looking forward to owning it. Will the release be this week if the br120 was released today instead of this Thursday/Friday

Gérald said...

Cher Derek,

C'est superbe !!!! Thanks many lot for this superb road and many congratulations.

Gérald (Re460)

Peter Benson said...

Congratulations Derek - our wait is over and your masterpiece is downloading now...

I'm just SO excited... my home turf of Bishop Auckland comes to life :)

Thank you

RSderek said...

hope you all enjoy it!

d