4.1 Subways

4.1.1 Japan

TRTA Ginza line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Ginza line in Tokyo's subway, for the class 01 subway train. The line goes from Shibuya/G01 to Asakusa/G19. For OpenBVE the elder BVE 2 and BVE 4 routes can be used. In both alternatives are the A1649 alternative that begins at G19 and goes to a lay-up track beyond station G01; the B1649 alternative goes in the opposite direction beginning at the lay-up track. For BVE 2 only there is also the B1507 alternative that begins also at the lay-up track at G01 and goes to the station Ueno/G16, where the train is taken out of traffic and is driven to the Ueno depot. Very well-made route with a lot of details, soft curves and realistic light conditions.
Creator:
Green Shuttle infomate@shtr-m.net
Alt.:
A1649
 Stations:
19
 Stops:
19
 TTR:
34 min.
 Distance:
14445 m
Alt.:
B1507
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
19
 TTR:
34 min.
 Distance:
13160 m
Alt.:
B1649
 Stations:
19
 Stops:
19
 TTR:
34 min.
 Distance:
14482 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
None
Line description:
Official line map for the Tokyo subway, Wikipedia on the Ginza line
Misc.:
The following applies when driving from the Ueno station and to the depot: On the track to the depot is a stop sign in the track (white board with a circle in black with a horizontal line through the circle). Stop by that sign and wait until a yellow light in the distance becomes lit indicating that the road crossing protection ahead is activated. In the depot yard a place to stop again is indicated before the lay-up tracks. Finally, stop the train 5 m before the end of the lay-up track, then move the train carefully forward to the indicated stop position.

From April 1 2004 (no April fools' joke) every station in the Tokyo subway has a normal station name in Japanese, but also a number. The number is composed of a western letter and two digits. The letter indicates at which line the station is, the number which station counted from one of the line's terminal stations.

The Ginza line has the letter G and the stations are numbered from 01 till 19, the terminus station Shibuya is station G01 and the other terminus Asakusa is station G19.

This number system was implemented to make it easier for foreigners to ride the subway.

Download from:
The BVE 2 and BVE 4 versions of this route, which are compatible with OpenBVE, have disappeared from the creator's website.
To download from this website:
Object files, common for the BVE 2 and BVE 4 alternatives, to be placed in the LegacyContent\Railway\Route directory.
Sound files, common for the BVE 2 and BVE 4 alternatives, to be placed in the LegacyContent\Railway\Sound directory.
Route files for BVE 2, to be placed in the LegacyContent\Railway\Route directory.
Route files for BVE 4, to be placed in the LegacyContent\Railway\Route directory.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-21

TRTA Hanzomon line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Hanzomon line in Tokyo's subway. The line goes from Shibuya/Z01 to Oshiage/Z14. For OpenBVE there is the alternative C1367S for the class 08 subway train starting at the railway station Hikifune at the Tobu Isesaki line then going to the subway's Hanzomon line at which it then continues as train B1367S from Oshiage/Z14 to Shibuya/Z01.

Very well-made line with many details, soft curves and realistic light conditions.

Creator:
Green Shuttle infomate@shtr-m.net
Alt.:
C1367S+B1367S
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
34 min.
 Distance:
17855 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
In the beginning of the tunnel between Hikifune and Oshiage is a problem with transparency in the graphics that does not work properly. Openings in the wall to the left of the track are shown as blue.

It can be fixed by replacing the file entlight_a.bmp in the directory Railway\Route\hanzomon\enshin\abtob with a corrected version of entlight_a.bmp

Line description:
Official line map of the Tokyo subway, Wikipedia on the Hanzomon line, Wikipedia on the Tobu Isesaki line
Misc.:
The following applies when driving this route in OpenBVE: In the beginning of alternative C1367S, before departure from the railway station Hikifune at the Tobu Isesaki line, the safety system should be activated with the 8 key so that the indicator light TOB is lit. Also, the train's destination sign at the MFD should be set with the Page Down key to an alternative with 4 green characters in a green frame. When the train has stopped by the platform at next station, Oshiage/Z14 at the subway's Hanzomon line to continue as B1367S, the train's brakes should be set in the emergency brake position and the reverser in neutral position, the safety system should be changed with the 7 key so that the indicator light TRTA is lit, and the train's destination sign at the MFD should be set to an alternative with 2 red characters in a red frame.

From April 1 2004 (no April fools' joke) every station in the Tokyo subway has a normal station name in Japanese, but also a number. The number is composed of a western letter and two digits. The letter indicates at which line the station is, the number which station counted from one of the line's terminal stations.

Hanzomon line has the letter Z and the stations are numbered from 01 till 14, the terminus station Shibuya is station Z01 and the other terminus Oshiage is station Z14.

This number system was implemented to make it easier for foreigners to ride the subway.

Download from:
The BVE 4 version of this route, which is compatible with OpenBVE, has disappeared from the creator's website.
To download from this website:
Route
Corrected version of entlight_a.bmp
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-20

4.1.2 Great Britain

LUL East London line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A simulation of the LUL East London line from Shoreditch to New Cross Gate. This simulation is from the year of 2002. At that time this was a line within the London subway network. The years 2007-2010 the line was extended and rebuilt to a commuter train line.
Creator:
Richard Gellman
Alt.:
Normal
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
5975 m
Alt.:
Rear start
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
6025 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are a few transparency issues in OpenBVE with graphic objects in this route.
Line description:
About the East London line at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
BEWARE! The website www.trainsimstuff.org that claims to host this route is hijacked and redirects to another site that tries to fool people to install unknown software on their computers.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-19

LU Central Line, Epping--Ongar

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
LU Central Line, the Epping--Ongar branch. This rural part of London's subway network was closed for traffic in 1994. Well-made route with many details.
Creator:
Kelvin Liu kliu170389@hotmail.com
Alt.:
Epping-Ongar
 Stations:
4
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
9775 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
LU Central Line at Wikipedia including a schematic line map
Misc.:
Download from:
London Underground OpenBVE / BVE 4 archive page
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-21

4.1.3 Republic of China (a.k.a. Taiwan)

TRTC Nankang line

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Description:
The Nankang line in the Taipei subway, for the class C341 subway train. The line goes between the stations Kunyang and Ximen. The line is a normal gauge 1435 mm line and the train power is distributed via 3rd rail 750 V DC. The Nankang line is, as all of the Taipei subway, rather new. This line was opened for traffic at X-mas evening 1999, except for the part between Kunyang and Taipei City Hall that was opened for traffic December 30 2000. Very well-made line with many details, soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
ARMO~ bvetrt@yahoo.com.tw
Alt.:
Normal
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
10250 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
None
Line description:
Official line map of the Taipei subway. The Nankang line is marked at the map with blue color
Misc.:
The route works with OpenBVE (but the class C341 train for the route does not).
Download from:
The line is no longer available from the creator's web site, which has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Send mail to info@openbve.net for further information on where to get this route.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-25

TRTC Xiaobitan line

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Description:
The TRTC Xiaobitan branch line in the Taipei subway for the class C371 subway train. The train starts from a lay-up track and then goes in revenue service from Qizhang to Xiaobitan. Beautiful simulation with a detailed route of the highest class.
Creator:
BVETRT
Alt.:
Down
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2425 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Xiaobitan line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The line is no longer available from the creator's web site, which has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Send mail to info@openbve.net for further information on where to get this route.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-22

TRTC Zhonghe line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The TRTC Zhonghe line in the Taipei subway for the class C301 subway train. The line starts at the Guting station and then goes to Nanshijiao. Beautiful simulation with a detailed route of the highest class.
Creator:
BVETRT
Alt.:
Down
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
10 min.
 Distance:
5250 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Zhonghe line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The line is no longer available from the creator's web site, which has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Send mail to info@openbve.net for further information on where to get this route.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-23

4.1.4 New York

NYCTA line 1

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line 1 in New York's subway (the West side line, former IRT). The line begins at South Ferry at Manhattan and goes to Van Cortlandt/­242nd Street in the Bronx. Mix of detailed and less detailed stations, some curves are soft and some switches are realistic. No landscape details besides the elevated northern part of the line.
Creator:
?
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
38
 Stops:
36
 TTR:
60 min.
 Distance:
24045 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world line 1 at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
All about the West Side line
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-02

NYCTA line 2

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line 2 in New York's subway (the Brooklyn line with the Flatbush branch line, part of the West Side line with the Brooklyn branch line, and finally the White Plains line, all former IRT), for the subway train class R-142 or class R-36 Redbird. The line begins at Flatbush Avenue/Brooklyn College in Brooklyn and goes through, among other stations, Times Square/42nd Street on Manhattan, where this simulation ends, to Wakefield/241st Street in Bronx. Detailed stations. Plenty of trackside signs and signals (with correct signal numbers). Soft curves and realistic switches, and also announcements of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
42nd Street
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
22
 TTR:
28 min.
 Distance:
18025 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
In OpenBVE there are problems with transparency in the graphics that don't work. It shows as blue lines around the destination signs on the class R-62 trains that appear along the line.

The problems can be fixed by changing in the definition files for those graphic objects. In the directory LegacyContent\Railway\Object\WestsideA\cars are the files r62_1.b3d, r62_3.b3d, r62_4.b3d, r62_5.b3d, r62_7.b3d and r62_9.b3d.

In each of these files the word Transparent followed by three numbers appears at 6 lines. Change in each of these files so the 4 first appearances of the Transparent-instructions are Transparent 0, 0, 255 and the 2 last are Transparent 255, 0, 0.

Line description:
The real world line 2 at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
All about the Brooklyn line
All about the West Side line
All about the White Plains line
Misc.:
The timetable for this version of line 2 for BVE is not according to real life. Because of that you will be late to those stations for which times are entered in the simulation's timetable. If you keep up with the real world timetable, you will in the simulation be late to the different stations according to the table below:
StationDelay
Franklin Avenue2--3 min.
Nevins Street5--6 min.
Chambers Street9--11 min.
14th Street9--12 min.
Times Square/42nd Street9--13 min.
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-02

NYCTA line 6

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Description:
Line 6 in New York's subway (the Pelham line and the East side line, both former IRT), for the class R-142A subway trains. This line begins at Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx and goes to Manhattan and ends at the Brooklyn Bridge station. Then the empty train goes through the abandoned City Hall loop station and arrives at the northbound track at the Brooklyn Bridge station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment are detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
Dj Hammers
BStyles
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
39
 Stops:
29
 TTR:
55 min.
 Distance:
24928 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
39
 Stops:
38
 TTR:
55 min.
 Distance:
24928 m
Alt.:
Parkch. Local
 Stations:
33
 Stops:
33
 TTR:
52 min.
 Distance:
21623 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world line 6 at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Pelham line.
Everything on the East side line.
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line 7

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Description:
Line 7 in New York's subway (the Flushing line, former IRT), for the class R36 Redbird subway train (local) or class R62 subway train (express). The line begins with a few stations below surface on Manhattan, but most of the line is elevated going through Queens. Announcements for all stations and connecting lines.
Creator:
Ernie Alston alstoer1@compuserve.com
Travis Alexander talexander@mindspring.com
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Alt.:
7 Express
 Stations:
21
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
24 min.
 Distance:
12650 m
Alt.:
7 Local
 Stations:
21
 Stops:
20
 TTR:
29 min.
 Distance:
12650 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A number of graphic objects (tunnel walls and tracks) are not properly placed or aligned, especially noticeable at the final station Main Street in the local alternative of the route. It can be fixed by editing the route definition file NYCT-7Local.csv:
Move wall to the left from the 3rd rail
Original:
12175,.freeobj 0;159;1.75;0.0;3.1,.wall 1;-1;1,.wall 0;1;1,.curve -225;0,.back 1,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.5;0;0,.railtype 0;8,.railtype 1;9,.railtype 3;9,.ground 1, 12200,.curve 0;0,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.5;0;0,
12225,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.5;0;0,.railtype 1;8,.railtype 3;2,.railtype 0;2,.signal 3;;1.65;3.5,

Corrected:
12175,.freeobj 0;159;1.75;0.0;3.1,.wall 1;-1;1,.wall 0;1;1,.curve -225;0,.back 1,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.65;0;0,.railtype 0;8,.railtype 1;9,.railtype 3;9,.ground 1,
12200,.curve 0;0,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.65;0;0, 12225,.freeobj 3;21;-0.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.65;0;0,.railtype 1;8,.railtype 3;2,.railtype 0;2,.signal 3;;1.65;3.5,

Remove wall section standing across track, properly align parallel track on the left

Original:
12250,.railend 5;-4.000000;0.000000;0,.railstart 7;0.000000;0.000000;9,.railtype 7;9,.wallend 0,.wall 7;1;1,.curve -120;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.freeobj 0;21;-0.5;0;0,
12275,.railtype 1;8,.railtype 3;8,.railtype 0;2,.rail 3;-2.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 1;-6.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 7;2.000000;0.000000;9,.curve 120;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,

Corrected:
12250,.railend 5;-4.000000;0.000000;0,.railstart 7;0.000000;0.000000;9,.railtype 7;9,.wallend 0,.wall 7;1;1,.curve -120;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.freeobj 6;21;-0.5;0;0,.railend 3;-4.000000;0.000000;8,.railstart 6;-4.010000;0.000000;8,
12275,.railtype 1;8,.railstart 3;-2.000000;0.000000;8,.railtype 0;2,.rail 1;-6.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 7;2.000000;0.000000;9,.curve 120;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.railend 6;-2.040000;0.000000;8,

Move wall to the left to avoid gap in the wall, add missing 3rd rail
Original:
12300,.railend 3;0.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 1;-4.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 7;4.000000;0.000000;9,.curve 0;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.freeobj 7;21;-0.5;0;0,.pitch 0,
12325,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.freeobj 7;21;-0.5;0;0, 12350,.railstart 2;0.000000;0.000000;0,.railtype 2;2,.freeobj 1;21;3.5;0;0,.signal 5;;2.10;3.5,

Corrected:
12300,.railend 3;0.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 1;-4.000000;0.000000;8,.rail 7;4.000000;0.000000;9,.curve 0;0,.freeobj 1;21;3.4;0;0,.freeobj 7;21;-0.5;0;0,.pitch 0,.railtype 0;8,
12325,.freeobj 1;21;3.4;0;0,.freeobj 7;21;-0.5;0;0, 12350,.railstart 2;0.000000;0.000000;0,.railtype 2;2,.freeobj 1;21;3.4;0;0,.signal 5;;2.10;3.5,

Move wall at platform edge to the left
Original:
12499,.freeobj 7;170;-1.0;0;0,.freeobj 0;170;-1.0;0;0,

Corrected:
12499,.freeobj 7;170;-1.0;0;0,.freeobj 0;170;-1.5;0;-30,


For the express alternative of the route, only the following change may be needed in the route definition file NYCT-7EXP.csv:
Move wall at platform edge to the left
Original:
12499,.freeobj 7;170;-1.0;0;0,.freeobj 0;170;-1.0;0;0,

Corrected:
12499,.freeobj 7;170;-1.0;0;0,.freeobj 0;170;-1.5;0;-30,

Line description:
The real world line 7 at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Flushing line
Misc.:
Download from:
BVE Station
To download from this website:
Route files with the changes mentioned in the Known problems section above done.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-02

NYCTA line A

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Description:
Line A in New York's subway (8th Avenue line and Fulton Street line, both former IND), for the class R46 subway trains. The simulated alternative of the A-line starts at 207th Street far north at Manhattan and ends in Ozone Park/Lefferts Boulevard in Queens. Included is also a simulation of the Lefferts Boulevard Shuttle. The shuttle line starts at Euclid Avenue in Brooklyn and goes to Ozone Park/Lefferts Boulevard in Queens. This shuttle line is only operated at night. During daytime ordinary A-line trains serve that part of the line. Detailed line, both stations and trackside! Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
A daytime
 Stations:
52
 Stops:
29
 TTR:
70 min.
 Distance:
37990 m
Alt.:
Lefferts Blvd Shuttle
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
11 min.
 Distance:
4213 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Real world line A at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 8th Avenue Line
Everything on the Fulton Street line
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-02

NYCTA line B

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Description:
Line B in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue line, part of the Queens Boulevard line, part of the 8th Avenue line and Concourse line, all former IND), for the class R-68 subway train. This line is entirely under surface and this rush hour alternative begins at Bedford Park Boulevard in the Bronx (ordinary hours the line starts at 145th Street at Manhattan), and goes to Grand Street at Manhattan, where this simulation ends. In the real world the line continues to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn. Detailed line, both stations and trackside. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
Rush hour
 Stations:
28
 Stops:
27
 TTR:
46 min.
 Distance:
22204 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
This line uses graphical objects from the NYCTA A, NYCTA C, and NYCTA D lines, which must be installed before this line can be used.

The graphic object for a trailing switch at the exit of 59th Street/Columbus Circle shows the switch in the wrong position.

Line description:
The real world line B at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Concourse line.
Everything about the 8th Avenue line.
Everything about the Queens Boulevard linen.
Everything about the 6th Avenue line.
Misc.:
Download from:
The route has disappeared from the website BVEstation
To download from this website:
Route, sound and some object files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-06

NYCTA line B

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Description:
Line B in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue line, part of the Queens Boulevard line, part of the 8th Avenue line and Concourse line, all former IND), for the classes R-68 or R-160A subway trains. This line goes from Wakefield-241st Street in the Bronx and goes through Manhattan to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn. There is also an alternative from 145th Street on Manhattan to Euclid Avenue in Brooklyn. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the high class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
BVEstation staff
Alt.:
145-E.A. (NTT)
 Stations:
37
 Stops:
37
 TTR:
62 min.
 Distance:
28646 m
Alt.:
205-BB (NTT)
 Stations:
48
 Stops:
30
 TTR:
71 min.
 Distance:
40294 m
Alt.:
205-BB (SMEE)
 Stations:
48
 Stops:
30
 TTR:
71 min.
 Distance:
40294 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses the "IND Valley Stream" object pack. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the newest version of F line. The LefShut object pack is also needed. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the A line. All archives listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly.
Line description:
The real world line B at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Concourse line.
Everything about the 8th Avenue line.
Everything about the Queens Boulevard linen.
Everything about the 6th Avenue line.
Misc.:
Download from:
Route, sound and object files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue Object pack at BVEstation, 8th Avenue Object pack at BVEstation, Culver Object pack at BVEstation, LisaRaye2 Object pack at BVEstation, The A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed, The F line at BVEstation from which the IND valley stream object directory is needed.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line C

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Description:
Line C in New York's subway (8th Avenue line and Fulton Street line, both former IND), for the class R32 Brightliner subway trains. The simulated line starts at a track in the 174th Street Depot at northern Manhattan, from which the train goes to the 168th Street station at Manhattan to start revenue service. Revenue service ends at the Euclid Avenue station in Brooklyn, from which the train is moved off service to a track towards Pitkin Avenue Depot to change direction. Detailed line, both stations and trackside! Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
Normal
 Stations:
40
 Stops:
41
 TTR:
67 min.
 Distance:
31110 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A facing switch at the exit from station 59th Street/Columbus Circle looks like it leads to the diverting track, but the train is going on the straight track. That can be fixed by editing the route definition file NYCT-C.rw changing the graphic object representing the switch:

At line 20800 there is a lot of code. Change the original file's @freeobj(0,1413,0,0,0) to @freeobj(0,1407,0,0,0) and then save the altered file and you are done.

Line description:
Real world line C at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 8th Avenue Line
Everything on the Fulton Street line
Misc.:
This simulation requires the NYCTA line A to be installed as it uses graphic objects from this line simulation.
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-05

NYCTA line C

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Description:
Line C in New York's subway (8th Avenue line and Fulton Street line, both former IND). The simulated line starts at a track in the 174th Street Depot at northern Manhattan, from which the train goes to the 168th Street station at Manhattan to start revenue service. Revenue service ends at the Euclid Avenue station in Brooklyn, from which the train is moved off service to a track towards Pitkin Avenue Depot to change direction. Detailed line, both stations and trackside! Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
BVEstation staff
Alt.:
10 cars NTT
 Stations:
40
 Stops:
40
 TTR:
67 min.
 Distance:
31145 m
Alt.:
10 cars SMEE
 Stations:
40
 Stops:
40
 TTR:
67 min.
 Distance:
31145 m
Alt.:
8 cars NTT
 Stations:
40
 Stops:
40
 TTR:
67 min.
 Distance:
31110 m
Alt.:
8 cars SMEE
 Stations:
40
 Stops:
40
 TTR:
67 min.
 Distance:
31110 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A facing switch at the exit from station 59th Street/Columbus Circle looks like it leads to the diverting track, but the train is going on the straight track. That can be fixed by editing the route definition file NYCT-C.rw changing the graphic object representing the switch:

At line 20800 there is a lot of code. Change the original file's @freeobj(0,1413,0,0,0) to @freeobj(0,1407,0,0,0) and then save the altered file and you are done.

Line description:
Real world line C at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 8th Avenue Line
Everything on the Fulton Street line
Misc.:
This simulation requires the NYCTA line C by The NYCTBA Team to be installed as it uses graphic objects from this line simulation. This simulation is an update of the NYCTBA Team's simulation, mainly changing all signals to the proper NYC subway style of light signals.
Download from:
Comes bundled with NYCTA line B by jayjay85 and others.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-08

NYCTA line C

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Description:
Line C in New York's subway (8th Avenue line and Fulton Street line, both former IND), for the class R-160A subway trains. The simulated line starts at a track in the 174th Street Depot at northern Manhattan, from which the train goes to the 168th Street station at Manhattan to start revenue service. Revenue service ends at the Euclid Avenue station in Brooklyn, from which the train is moved off service to a track towards Pitkin Avenue Depot to change direction. Detailed line, both stations and trackside! Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
Yannic
NYTM
OBC
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses the 6thAve and LisaRaye2 object packs. The route also uses the object directory LefShut. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the A line. All archives listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly.

However, there are also needs for objects that are not present in the object directory 6thAve even if it is downloaded. Also in the object directories included with the route, 8thAve and ind 8th avenue, there are objects missing.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of graphic errors in this route when using it with the most recent version of OpenBVE:

Line description:
Real world line C at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 8th Avenue Line
Everything on the Fulton Street line
Misc.:
This simulation seems to be an update of an update of The NYCTBA Team's simulation, mainly changing a lot of textures to give a better look.
Download from:
Route and some object files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, LisaRaye2object pack at BVEstation, A line at BVEstation from which to get the LefShut object directory.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-08

NYCTA line D

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Description:
Line D in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue linen, part of the Queens Boulevard line, part of the 8th Avenue line and the Concourse line, all former IND), for the class R-68 subway train. This line is entirely under the surface and begins at a layup track at Norwood/205th Street in the Bronx and goes to Grand Street at Manhattan, where this simulation ends. In the real world, the line continues to Coney Island in Brooklyn. Detailed line, both stations and trackside! Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
D
 Stations:
29
 Stops:
21
 TTR:
43 min.
 Distance:
23571 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world line D at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Concourse line.
Everything on the 8th Avenue line.
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line.
Everything on the 6th Avenue line.
Misc.:
This line uses graphical objects from the NYCTA A line, which must be installed before this line can be used.
Download from:
This line has disappeared from the website BVEstation.
To download from this website:
Route, object and sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-05

NYCTA line D

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Description:
Line D in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue line, part of the Queens Boulevard line, part of the 8th Avenue line and the Concourse line, all former IND), for the classes R-68 or R- 160 subway trains. This line begins at a layup track at Norwood/205th Street in the Bronx and goes to via Manhattan to Coney Island in Brooklyn. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment are detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
Dj Hammers
Alt.:
205st-Bay50st
 Stations:
50
 Stops:
35
 TTR:
82 min.
 Distance:
40374 m
Alt.:
205st-C.I.
 Stations:
51
 Stops:
36
 TTR:
84 min.
 Distance:
41840 m
Alt.:
205st-C.I. ConX
 Stations:
51
 Stops:
30
 TTR:
84 min.
 Distance:
41840 m
Alt.:
205st-C.I. W.E.X
 Stations:
51
 Stops:
29
 TTR:
84 min.
 Distance:
41840 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses the IND Valley Stream object pack. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the newest version of F line. Both archives are listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly
Line description:
The real world line D at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Concourse line.
Everything on the 8th Avenue line.
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line.
Everything on the 6th Avenue line.
Misc.:
Download from:
Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, Line F at BVEstation from which the object directory IND Valley Stream is needed.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line E

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Description:
Line E from the year of 2007 in New York's subway (the Queens Boulevard line and a part of the 8th Avenue line, both former IND), for the class R32 Brightliner subway trains. All of this line is below surface, from Jamaica Center to Chambers Street/WTC. Signals, trackside signs and different types of stations. Announcements of stations and connections for other lines.
Creator:
Tony C. ETERNITYTNT1@aol.com
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Robert Marrero r36_9346@hotmail.com
Marcus D. DABKBALLA5865@verizon.net
Alt.:
Towards Manhattan
 Stations:
28
 Stops:
19
 TTR:
40 min.
 Distance:
24750 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
An error exists in the route definition file NYCT-E.csv. One line in the route definition file should be edited as follows:

Original:
.folder r32;R32 Train (Brightliner),

Corrected:
.folder r32,


Two files need to be copied from the directory LegacyContent\Railway\Object\UchiboX to the directory LegacyContent\Railway\Object:
Line description:
Real world E line at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line
Everything on the 8th Avenue linen
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
Missing object files from the Uchibo line (see the section Known problems above)
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-09

NYCTA line F

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Description:
Line F in New York's subway (the Culver line, Part of the Brooklyn/­Queens Crosstown line, the 6th Avenue line, and a part of the Queens Boulevard line, all except for the Culver line former IND, the Culver line former BMT), for the class R-46 subway train. The line goes from Coney Island in Brooklyn via Manhattan to Jamaica - 179th Street in Queens. There are no less than 36 alternatives (!) to drive the whole or parts of the line. The alternative data below is for an average alternative all the way.
Creator:
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Tony tonywalnuts@msn.com
PieSuperPAC
The OBND Development Crew
Alt.:
Average
 Stations:
51
 Stops:
45
 TTR:
73 min.
 Distance:
44122 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than are included in the route's archive file. All archives listed in the "Download from"-section below are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly.

There is also an object package NYCTCommon that is neither included nor available as separate download. It is however included in the V line package. Download and install the V line also to get it.

Line description:
The real world line F at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Culver line
Everything on the Brooklyn/Queens Crosstown line
Everything on the 6th Avenue line
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line
Misc.:
Download from:
Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue Objects at BVEstation, 8th Avenue Objects at BVEstation, V line at BVEstation, from which to get the NYCTCommon object directory.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-05

NYCTA line G

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Description:
Line G in New York's subway (part of the Brooklyn/­Queens Crosstown line plus a part of the Queens Boulevard line, both former IND) for the class R46 subway train. The line starts at the station Court Square in Queens and goes to Smith/9th Street in Brooklyn (without ever going to Manhattan). Detailed line, both stations and trackside. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections.
Creator:
Kevin kevin@digitechnix.com
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
9
 TTR:
23 min.
 Distance:
12373 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
15
 TTR:
23 min.
 Distance:
12373 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than are included in the route's archive file. All archives listed in the "Download from"-section below are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly. The object directory LefShut comes with the A line which also needs to be downloaded.
Line description:
The real world line G at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
All about the Brooklyn/Queens Crosstown line
All about the Queens Boulevard line.
Misc.:
Download from:
Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue Object files at BVEstation, 8th Avenue Object files at BVEstation, The A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-06

NYCTA line J

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Description:
Line J in New York's subway (a small part of the Queens Boulevard Line, former IND, the Jamaica line, then via the Williamsburg bridge to Manhattan and the Nassau Street line, those later all former BMT). This J line simulation begins at a lay-up track beyond Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer in Queens, starts revenue service at that station, and goes via Brooklyn to Broad Street at lower Manhattan. Then the train is moved, out of revenue service, to a layup track beyond the last station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. Different alternatives for the whole or parts of the line at various times of day.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
Dj Hammers
Alt.:
Midday A
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
27
 TTR:
49 min.
 Distance:
21715 m
Alt.:
Midday B
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
28
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
21921 m
Alt.:
Rush hrs. express A
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
20
 TTR:
49 min.
 Distance:
21715 m
Alt.:
Rush hrs. express B
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
21
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
21921 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses four object packs that are not included in the route's archive file. All archives are listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly.
Line description:
Real life line J at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Queens Boulevard line,
Everything about the Jamaica line and the Nassau Street line
Misc.:
Download from:
This line comes in a bundle with the M line and the Z line. Download Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, 8th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, Culver object pack at BVEstation, A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line L

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Description:
Line L in New York's subway (Canarsie line, former BMT), for the class R-143 subway train. The line goes from Rockaway Parkway in Brooklyn to 8th Avenue on Manhattan. Announcements of stations and connecting lines. Nice landscape details outdoors. The creators of the line have made an effort to get the signal aspects to look like they do in real life. Few trackside details and details at stations.
Creator:
Travis Alexander talexander@mindspring.com
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Robert Marrero r36_9346@hotmail.com
Oren H oren@orenstransitpage.com
Alt.:
Towards Manhattan
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
37 min.
 Distance:
16500 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
This line uses graphical objects from the NYCTA E line, which must be installed before this line can be used.

The graphic objects for class R-143 trains are not shown properly.

Line description:
The real world line L at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Canarsie line
Misc.:
Download from:
BVE Station
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line L

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Description:
Line L in New York's subway (Canarsie line, former BMT), for the class R-143 subway train. The line goes from Rockaway Parkway in Brooklyn to 8th Avenue on Manhattan. Announce­ments of stations and connecting lines. Nice landscape details outdoors. The creators of the line have made an effort to get the signals and signal aspects to look like they do in real life. Few details at stations.
Creator:
Yannic
Alt.:
To Bedford Av.
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
16365 m
Alt.:
Evening
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
16365 m
Alt.:
To Lorimer St.
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
16365 m
Alt.:
Night
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
16365 m
Alt.:
Rush hour
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
23
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
16365 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
The timetables show the same departure and arrival time for all route alternatives, not considering the time of day stated.

The 2 evening alternatives to Bedford Avenue and Lorimer Street actually go to 8th Avenue as the 3 other alternatives.

Line description:
The real world line L at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Canarsie line
Misc.:
This is an update of the NYCTA L line. The main updates are a change of a lot of textures and that the light signals have been changed to look like real NYC subway light signals.
Download from:
BVE Station
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-09

NYCTA line M

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Description:
Line M in New York's subway (the remaining part of the Myrtle Avenue line, part of the Jamaica line, then via the Williamsburg bridge to Manhattan and the Nassau Street line, all former BMT). The M line begins at Middle Village - Astoria Avenue in Queens and goes via Brooklyn to Broad Street in lower Manhattan. Then the train is moved, out of revenue service, to a layup track beyond the last station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. Different alternatives for the whole or parts of the line at various times of day.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
Dj Hammers
Alt.:
To Chambers St.
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
15
 TTR:
29 min.
 Distance:
11772 m
Alt.:
To Essex St.
 Stations:
13
 Stops:
12
 TTR:
25 min.
 Distance:
9868 m
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
18
 Stops:
15
 TTR:
36 min.
 Distance:
13158 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
18
 Stops:
18
 TTR:
36 min.
 Distance:
13158 m
Alt.:
Shuttle to M.A.
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
4786 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Real life line M at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Myrtle Avenue line,
Everything about the Jamaica line and the Nassau Street line
Misc.:
Download from:
This line comes in a bundle with the J line and the Z line. For downloads, se the J line.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line N

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Description:
Line N in New York's subway (the Astoria line, part of the Broadway line part of the 4th Avenue line, Manhattan Bridge and the Sea Beach line, all former BMT). The line starts at Astoria/­Ditmars Boulevard in Queens and goes via Manhattan to Bay 50th Street in Brooklyn. There are no less than 27 (!) alternatives for this line. The creators of this route have made a simulation of very high class. A lot of details trackside and in the urban environment, soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
BVEstation staff
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A few switches are shown in another position than the train goes.
Line description:
The real world line N at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Astoria line.
Everything on the Broadway line.
Everything on the 4th Avenue linen
Everything on the Sea Beach line.
Misc.:
With this route are also bundled a few line M and line W alternatives, and also a garbage train's route through the subway system.
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-10

NYCTA line Q

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Description:
Line Q in New York's subway (Brighton line, Manhattan Bridge, Broadway line, 60th Street tunnel and Astoria line; all former BMT) for the various classes of subway trains. The Q line begins at Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard in Queens, goes to Manhattan and then to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. No less than 25 alternatives for the whole or parts of the line with various train classes and time of day.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
BVEstation staff
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:

There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. All archives listed in the Download from-section below are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly.

The graphic object for facing switches at 57th Street, 34th Street, and some 700 m before DeKalb Avenue shows the switch in the wrong position. A trailing switch 375 m beyond DeKalb Avenue is also shown in the wrong position.

Line description:
Real life line Q at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Astoria line
Everything about the Broadway line
Everything about the Brighton line
Misc.:
The directory names of the directories to which a certain train class installs are not always the same as the directory name expected in the Q-line route definitions. Then manual selection of train is needed in OpenBVE. The corresponding train directories' names are as follows:
Train dir. in routeUse train dir.
R68R68 2017
R160R160 Alstom - 10 car
R160AR160 Alstom - 10 car
R160 Siemens OpenBVER160 Siemens OpenBVE
BMT StandardR1*)
*) = Any BMT Standard train is not available for OpenBVE. The R1 is a replacement to get an old subway train for the fan trip route alternative.
Download from:
Route at BVEstation, Sounds at BVEstation, Culver Object pack at BVEstation, Lisa Raye Object pack at BVEstation, Lisa Raye Object pack 2 at BVEstation, 6th Avenue Object pack at BVEstation, 8th Avenue Object pack at BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line R shuttle

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Description:
A shuttle line that is a part of line R in New York's subway (the 4th Avenue line former BMT), for the class R-46 subway train. This shuttle part of line R starts at Bay Ridge/­95th Street in Brooklyn and goes to the station at 36th Street in Brooklyn and a reverse track beyond that station. Trackside details, realistic signal aspects, soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
Northbound
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
5256 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world line R shuttle at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 4th Avenue line
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-14

NYCTA line R

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Description:
Line R in New York's subway (the Astoria line, the Broadway line and the 4th Avenue line, all former BMT) for the class R-46 subway train. This line starts at Astoria - Ditmars Boulevard in Queens. It is going via Manhattan to Bay Ridge/95th Street in Brooklyn. This is the route the R line had until May 24, 1987. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
ARome
Alt.:
R pre 1987
 Stations:
39
 Stops:
21
 TTR:
60 min.
 Distance:
26904 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
This route is released as a Beta version. A few switches are shown leading in another direction than the train actually goes.

There are more objects to download for this line than are mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses the LefShut object directory. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the newest version of A line. This route also uses the 4thAve object directory. It cannot be separately downloaded but is included with the newest version of R Shuttle line. All archives are listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly

Line description:
The real world line R at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line
Everything on the Broadway line.
Everything on the 4th Avenue line
Misc.:
Download from:
Route, objects and sounds at BVEstation, 6th Avenue object pack at BVEstation,8th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, The A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed, The R Shuttle line at BVEstation from which the 4thAve object directory is needed, Lisa Raye 2 Object pack at BVEstation, Culver object pack at BVEstation, Broadway Sound folder at BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

NYCTA line S - 42nd Street Shuttle

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Description:
Line S - 42nd Street Shuttle (line letter S is used by all shuttle lines) in New York's subway (former IRT), for the class R-62 subway train. This is a shuttle line on Manhattan with only 2 stations: Grand Central Shuttle Terminal and Times Square. A few trackside and station details in the simulation, announcement of station and connections. There are 2 alternatives for this line: One eastbound and one westbound.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
Alt.:
Towards Grand Central
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
750 m
Alt.:
Towards Times Square
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
750 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
No
Known problems:
In the westbound alternative there is, beyond a clear signal, an 8 cars ghost train occupying the track at the 42nd Street station. In the eastbound alternative there are pillars and a signal right in front of the train's cab. The route definition code needs some overhaul to get this route, originally made for BVE2, to work properly with OpenBVE.
Line description:
The real life S - 42nd Street Shuttle at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about 42nd Street Shuttle
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-12

NYCTA line S - Franklin Avenue Shuttle

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line S - Franklin Avenue Shuttle (line sign S is used by all shuttle lines) in New York's subway (former BMT).This partially single track shuttle line from Franklin Avenue to Prospect Park in Brooklyn has 4 stations. This is entirely a surface line. The lack of landscape details has in the southbound alternative been compensated by fog limiting the viewing distance.
Creator:
The NYCTBA Team
coneykidw8
Alt.:
Northbound
 Stations:
4
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2301 m
Alt.:
Southbound
 Stations:
4
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2250 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world S - Franklin Avenue Shuttle at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Franklin Avenue Shuttle.
Misc.:
Download from:
Southbound alternative at BVEstation, Northbound alternative at BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-11

NYCTA line SS - Franklin Avenue Shuttle 1969

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line SS - Franklin Avenue Shuttle (line sign SS was used by all shuttle lines) in New York's subway (former BMT). The simulation is as the line was in the year of 1969. This partially single track shuttle line from Franklin Avenue to Prospect Park in Brooklyn had at that time 5 stations. This route is of very high class with a lot of urban landscape details, soft curves and realistic signals and switches. Alternatives for this route are all southbound and based on time of day and/or weather.
Creator:
TJay1724
Alt.:
Dawn (Clear)
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2155 m
Alt.:
Dawn (Cloudy)
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2155 m
Alt.:
Day
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2155 m
Alt.:
Sunset
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2155 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world S - Franklin Avenue Shuttle at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the Franklin Avenue Shuttle.
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-12

NYCTA line S - Grand Street Shuttle

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line S - Grand Street Shuttle (line letter S is used by all shuttle lines) in New York's subway for the class R-46 subway train. This temporary shuttle line goes between Grand Street and West 4th Street/Washington Square on Manhattan.
Creator:
Travis Alexander talexander@mindspring.com
Alt.:
Northbound
 Stations:
3
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
1500 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real life S - Grand Street Shuttle at Wikipedia
Misc.:
This temporary shuttle line was only operative from the summer of 2001 and until the beginning of 2004 during the Manhattan Bridge reparation works. During that time, the line had the simulated route from the end of 2001 and later.
Download from:
The creator's web site www.nyctba.com has disappeared from the Internet long, long ago.
To download from this website:
Route, object and sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-12

NYCTA line V

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line V in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue line, part of the Queens Boulevard linen, both former IND). The line begins at Lower Eastside/­2nd Avenue on Manhattan and goes to Forest Hills/71st Avenue in Queens and a reverse track beyond that station. The holiday alternative for the old R-1 train is shorter and stops at Queens Plaza in Queens. The creators of this route have made a simulation of high class. A lot of details trackside, soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
Phantom909
ipaclansite
coneykidw8
Alt.:
Holiday (R-1)
 Stations:
12
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
20 min.
 Distance:
9421 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
24
 Stops:
24
 TTR:
42 min.
 Distance:
19725 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The real world line V at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 6th Avenue line.
Everything on the Queens Boulevard line.
Misc.:
Download from:
BVEstation
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-10

NYCTA line Z

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line Z in New York's subway (a small part of the Queens Boulevard Line, former IND, the Jamaica line, then via the Williamsburg bridge to Manhattan and the Nassau Street line, those later all former BMT). This Z line simulation begins at a lay-up track beyond Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer in Queens, starts revenue service at that station, and goes via Brooklyn to Broad Street at lower Manhattan. Then the train is moved, out of revenue service, to a layup track beyond the last station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. Different alternatives for the whole or parts of the line at various times of day.
Creator:
Mr Railfan
jayjay85
Phantom909
Dj Hammers
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
21
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
21921 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
31
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
21921 m
Alt.:
Rush hrs. express A
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
20
 TTR:
49 min.
 Distance:
21715 m
Alt.:
Rush hrs. express B
 Stations:
30
 Stops:
21
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
21921 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Real life line Z at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Queens Boulevard line,
Everything about the Jamaica line and the Nassau Street line
Misc.:
Download from:
This line comes in a bundle with the J line and the M line. For downloads, se the J line
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-15

4.3 Railroads

4.3.1 Japan

Iida line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of the Iida line (JR Central) with a local class 119 train from Nanakubo to Okaya. An electrified line in a very beautiful landscape with mountains, rivers and canals. Many nice details in the landscape. There are 2 alternatives for this route: Express using the class 115-2000 EMU and local using the class 119 EMU.
Creator:
Gaku
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
25
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
79 min.
 Distance:
51407 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
25
 Stops:
24
 TTR:
90 min.
 Distance:
51337 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
At position 55700 m to position 55725 m there is a misaligned rail.
Line description:
Overview map (Acrobat document) with the Iida line marked on the map. The simulated part of the line starts at the map south of Komagane and goes northwards to Okaya.
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Object files
Route files
Sound files (should be placed in the LegacyContent\Railway\Sound directory, not in a subdirectory)
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-23

Kobe & Kyoto line

Picture of a class 223-2000 EMU
Description:
JR West Kobe line from Kobe to Osaka and the JR West Kyoto line to Kyoto for the class 223-2000 EMU. Details are sparse in the urban environment.

 

Creator:
Miyakojikakutei
Alt.:
Spec. Rapid Svc.
 Stations:
29
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
53 min.
 Distance:
77300 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A track section at the Osaka station is displayed too high compared to the other rails.
Line description:
About the Kobe line at Wikipedia,
about the Kyoto line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet long, long ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-18

Kosei line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The JR West Kosei line from Kyoto (JR-B31) to Omi-Maiko (JR-B19). The gauge is 1067 mm and the line is electrified with 1500 V DC overhead wires. No landscape details outside the railway.
Creator:
?
Alt.:
1828M2 (Local)
 Stations:
13
 Stops:
12
 TTR:
45 min.
 Distance:
36050 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Kosei line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet long, long ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-18

Keio line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Keio line, the Takao line and the Sagamihara line (all Keio Electric Railway Co., Ltd.) for the class 8000 trains express alternative and the class 9000 trains Rapid alternative. The route comes in 3 versions: Semi-Special Express from Shinjuku to Takaosanguchi; Special Express from Shinjuku to Keio-hachioji; Rapid from Shinjuku to Hashimoto. The gauge is 1372 mm and the lines are electrified (1500 V DC). Many graphic objects at the railroad.
Creator:
Minatono minatono@hotmail.com
Alt.:
Rapid
 Stations:
27
 Stops:
20
 TTR:
51 min.
 Distance:
37945 m
Alt.:
Semi-Special Exp.
 Stations:
37
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
52 min.
 Distance:
44556 m
Alt.:
Special Express
 Stations:
32
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
35 min.
 Distance:
37830 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Schematic map over the Keio lines (Acrobat document) there all route alternatives start at Shinjuku near the top of the map at the Keio line. The Semi-Special Express alternative (orange line at the map) goes to Kitano, from there the Takao line and ends at the station Takaosanguchi at the bottom of the map. The Special Express alternative (red line at the map) goes all the Keio line and ends at Keio-hachioji, the other station far down at the map. The Rapid alternative (blue line) goes to Chofu and then the Sagamihara line to the right and downwards at the map to Hashimoto.
Keio Electric Railway's web site
Misc.:
Download from:
Minatono's web site. Download 3 files, one from each of the 3 first Download links (those with the numbers 8000 or 9000 in front). The server to download from sometimes does not reply. Persistence may be required, but the download may finally succeed.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26

Keisei Chiba line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Keisei Chiba line from Midori-dai via Nishi-Nobuto and Shin-Chiba to Chiba. Detailed route in an urban environment.
Creator:
Mackoy mackoy@cool.ne.jp
Alt.:
11B17
 Stations:
4
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
2300 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
Mackoy's website. Click the link Download at the bottom of the webpage.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-31

Minobu line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Minobu line (JR Central) for the class 115 train. The simulated alternative is a local train from Higashi-Hanawa to Fujinomiya. The line is electrified and goes through a beautiful landscape; the creator of this route has done a fantastic job creating the landscape!
Creator:
Gaku
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
25
 Stops:
24
 TTR:
96 min.
 Distance:
65490 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Minobu line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet more than 10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Graphical objects for the Minobu line.
Route files for the Minobu line.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-24

Nanbu line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Nanbu line, often also translated as the Nambu line, (JR East) from Nakanoshima to Hirama for the class 205 train. There are 3 alternatives for this route to select from: A daytime local train, a daytime local train in rainy weather, and an evening local train. The line's gauge is 1067 m.m. and the line is electrified (1500 V DC). Many details along the railroad and a lot of surrounding buildings.
Creator:
tkajiwara tkajiwara@livedoor.com
Alt.:
Daytime
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
14995 m
Alt.:
Daytime (rain)
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
14995 m
Alt.:
Evening
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
14995 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
This route uses graphic objects from the Uchibo line which must be installed before this route can be used.
Line description:
Misc.:
The train class used for this line in real life is a class 205 version 1200 EMU with 6 cars, of which 4 motorized cars and 2 trailer cars. That train is no longer available for OpenBVE. The class 205 EMU for the Keiyo line has similar driving properties and is used instead.
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-28

Nankai main line & airport line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Hon-line (Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd.) from Namba to Wakayamashi as Limited Express with the class 7100 train, Express with the class 1000 or class 7000 trains, or as local with class 7100 train. Also Airport Express from Namba to Kansai airport, using a part of the Hon line and then the Kuko line, for the class 1000 train. The gauge is 1067 mm and the lines are electrified (1500 V DC). No landscape details outside the railroad.
Creator:
Hiroyuki Sugita aas90550@syd.odn.ne.jp
Alt.:
Airport Express
 Stations:
32
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
48 min.
 Distance:
42775 m
Alt.:
Express (1000)
 Stations:
42
 Stops:
12
 TTR:
61 min.
 Distance:
64190 m
Alt.:
Express (7000)
 Stations:
42
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
61 min.
 Distance:
64190 m
Alt.:
Limited Express
 Stations:
42
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
57 min.
 Distance:
64190 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
42
 Stops:
39
 TTR:
110 min.
 Distance:
64190 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Line map over railroads and subway in the Osaka area (Acrobat document). For all route alternatives follow the Hon line (main line, blue-green at the map) southwards from Namba via Kishinosato Tamade, Hagoromo, Kaizuka and then westwards to Izumisai.

The alternatives to Wakayamashi continues at the Hon line (main line, blue-green at the map) from Izumisai southwest via Misaki-koen towards Wakayamashi.

The alternatives to Kansai airport continues at the Kuko line (airport line, blue-green at the map) straight north from Izumisai to the Kansai airport.

Stations at the Nankai railway's lines. The main line is called Hon. Click at Map by a station name to show a map over the station and its closest surroundings.

The Nankai railway's web site (text in Japanese)

Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site has long ago disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-27

Nankai Koia line & Semboku Kosoki line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Hon line and the Koya line (Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd.) from Namba to Hashimoto (in real life the train continues further on from Hashimoto to Gokurakabashi) with a Limited Express alternative for the class 30000 or an Express alternative for the class 1000 train. A Sub-Express alternative from Namba to Rinkan-Denentosi (2 stations before Hashimoto) for the class 6100 train. Also 2 Semi-Express alternatives from Namba to Izumichou that uses a part of the Hon line and Koya line, then to continue along the Semboku-Kosoku line (Osaka Prefectural Urban Development Co), for the class 5000 train. The tracks for these lines are 1067 mm gauge and the lines are electrified (1500 V DC). No landscape details outside the railroad itself.
Creator:
Hiroyuki Sugita aas90550@syd.odn.ne.jp
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
32
 Stops:
13
 TTR:
50 min.
 Distance:
43760 m
Alt.:
Limited Express
 Stations:
32
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
44 min.
 Distance:
43760 m
Alt.:
Semi-Express 1
 Stations:
20
 Stops:
8
 TTR:
33 min.
 Distance:
27435 m
Alt.:
Semi-Express 2
 Stations:
20
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
34 min.
 Distance:
27435 m
Alt.:
Sub-Express
 Stations:
34
 Stops:
16
 TTR:
48 min.
 Distance:
39025 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Line map of railroads and subway in the Osaka area (Acrobat document). For the alternatives towards Hashomoto and Rinkan-Denentosi, follow the Hon line (main line, blue-green at the map) southwards from Namba to Kishinosato Tamade, then the Koya line (the sun line, blue-green line at the map) southeast to Kawachi-Nagano and further on through Amami towards Hashimoto.
For the alternatives to Izumichou, follow the Hon line (main line, blue-green line at the map) southwards from Namba to Kishinosato Tamade, then the Koya line (the sun line, blue-green line at the map) southeast to Nakamozu, from there further on to southwards on the Semboku-Kosoku line (pink line at the map) to Izumichou.
Stations at the lines of the Nankai railroad. The main line is called Hon. Click at Map by a station's name to show a map over the station and its closes surroundings.
Stations at the Semboku Kosoku line. Click at Map by a station's name to show a map of the station and its closest surroundings.
The Nankai railroad's web site (text in Japanese)
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Object files, Route files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-25

Narita line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of JR East operated Narita line from Narita to Sawara. The line's gauge is 1067 mm and it is electrified with overhead wires 1500 V DC. A beautiful and well-done route of highest class with a lot of details and soft curves.
Creator:
Nakano Kazusa
Alt.:
1441M (Clear)
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
31 min.
 Distance:
26905 m
Alt.:
455M (Rain)
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
35 min.
 Distance:
26865 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Narita line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-19

Tsurumi-line, Ohkawa branch line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Tsurumi line, Ohkawa branch line (JR East) from Ohkawa to Tsurumi, for the class 103 train. The line is electrified and passes through mainly industrial areas. Many nice objects both trackside and in the line's surroundings!
Creator:
K-Shimin syriver2@hotmail.com
Alt.:
Tsurumi
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
4856 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
The Tsurumi line, main line, must be installed to make this route functional. The installer in the download from the creator's website does not place the files in the right place. However, the Ohkawa branch line is included in the archive of the Tsurumi main line at this website.
Line description:
Description of the Tsurumi line with pictures and map
Map of JR Central's lines in the Tokyo are (Acrobat document) where the Tsurumi line is found at the bottom of the map marked with yellow color. The Ohkawa branch line goes from Ohkawa via Anzen to Tsurumi.
Stations at the Tsurumi line. Click at Map by a station's name to show a map over the station and the closest surroundings.
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site
To download from this website:
The Ohkawa branch line is included in the archives for Tsurumi main line
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-20

Sagami line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of the Sagami line (JR East) for the class 35 DMU. The simulation is of a local train from Nishisamukawa to Chigasaki some time back in the 1970s. At that time the branch line between Nishisamukawa and Samukawa was still open for traffic (it was closed in 1984) and the Sagami line was not electrified (it was electrified 1989--1991). The line goes through a beautiful agricultural landscape, very different from the densely built area that surrounds the line nowadays. Well-done route with nice graphic objects and realistic switches.
Creator:
Mr. Quu Takahashi YRI04603@nifty.com
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
6420 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Wikipedia on the Sagami line
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet long, long ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-28

Seibu Ikebukuro line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Seibu Ikebukuro line from Ikebukuro to Tokorozawa. The railway is operated by the private railway operator Seibu Railway. The railway's gauge is 1067 mm, and the line is electrified with overhead wires 1 500 V DC. Rather detailed route.
Creator:
Shallow-field
Alt.:
RE 1111 (6000)
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
24781 m
Alt.:
RE 1111 (9000)
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
24781 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The Seibu Ikebukuro line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-20

Semboku Kosoku line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Semboku-Kosoku line (Osaka Prefectural Urban Development Co) from Nakamozu to Komyoike, for the class 6000 train. It is a 1067 mm gauge line and is electrified (1500 V DC). Many nice trackside details, and also a few landscape details.
Creator:
Hiroyuki Sugita aas90550@syd.odn.ne.jp
Alt.:
Komyoike
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
14500 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Line map over railroads and subway in the Osaka area (Acrobat document). The Semboku-Kosoku line (pink color at the map) from Nakamozu and southwards to Komyoike.

Stations at the Semboku Kosoku line. Click at Map by a station's name to show a map over the station and its closest surroundings.

Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site has long ago disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-27

Sendai Airport line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Sendai Airport line as it was before the devastating earthquake and tsunami 2011-Mar-11. The trains use the Tohoku line from Sendai to Natori and from there a separate line to Sendai airport. The line is electrified with overhead wire (20 kV AC 50 Hz), and the gauge is 1067 mm. Very well-made route with a detailed urban landscape and railway.
Creator:
Jakurei
Alt.:
1308M Local
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
25 min.
 Distance:
17355 m
Alt.:
1360M Local
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
24 min.
 Distance:
17370 m
Alt.:
1430M Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
10255 m
Alt.:
1430M Local (Bullet)
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
13 min.
 Distance:
10255 m
Alt.:
224M Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
10255 m
Alt.:
3322M Express
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
17410 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Sendai Airport Line on Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet long ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-01

Senseki line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the JR East Senseki line. There are 3 alternatives to select from: An express train from Aoba-dori to Hon-Shiogama; A local train from Aoba-dori to Higashi-Shiogama; Another local train from Aoba-dori to Kozuru-shinden. The first part of the line is under ground, and then the line continues on the surface. No scenery details in the landscape.
Creator:
Yamabiko
Alt.:
3021S (Exp.)
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
17 min.
 Distance:
15354 m
Alt.:
643S (Loc.)
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
32 min.
 Distance:
16554 m
Alt.:
971S (Loc.)
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
5254 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Senseki line at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The website for this route has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-18

Sobu line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Sobu line, the part from Chiba to Sakura. The line is electrified with overhead wire (1 500 V DC) and the gauge is 1067 mm. Very well-made simulation with a lot of details trackside and in the surroundings of the route. Soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
Nakano Kasuza
Alt.:
1449M (local)
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
15645 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The Sobu line at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The route has disappeared from the creator's website, where now a BVE 5 version is available of this route. It is not compatible with OpenBVE.
To download from this website:
For further information on if and where this route for OpenBVE may be available, please send e-mail to info@openbve.net
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-01

Togane line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The JR East Togane line from the Naruto station in Sanmu to the Oami station in Oamishirasato. The line is electrified with overhead wire (1 500 V DC) and the gauge is 1067 mm. There are 4 alternatives to run this route, 2 with a class 113 4-cars consist and 2 with a class 113 6-cars consist.
Creator:
Nakano Kasuza
Alt.:
656M2004_4
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
19 min.
 Distance:
14175 m
Alt.:
656M2004_6
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
19 min.
 Distance:
14175 m
Alt.:
656M2005_4
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
14175 m
Alt.:
656M2005_6
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
14175 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
In OpenBVE some files are missing that installs with BVE 2.

It can be fixed by downloading and installing the missing BVE 2 files below. The files in that archive should be placed directly into the LegacyContent\Railway\Object directory.

Line description:
The Togane line at Wikipedia
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
The Togane line, Missing BVE 2 files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-31

Tohoku line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A small part of the Tohoku line from Nasu-Shiobara to Utsunomiya. This is a high-speed line for the Shinkansen high-speed trains. The lines gauge is 1435 mm and it is electrified with overhead wires 25 kV AC at 50 Hz. The line simulated has no details at all in the landscape and sparsely detailed stations. It is however a route to test the class E2 Shinkansen train.
Creator:
PNU
Alt.:
250
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
16 min.
 Distance:
48500 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
A few objects are missing when loading this route in OpenBVE. Probably because of this, the tunnels in the route look weird.
Line description:
The Tohoku line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
This route was originally made for the class 200 Shinkansen trains. The files for that train has however disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago. Because of that the class E2 Shinkansen train is used.
Download from:
The creator's website, download English version of route, and then structure (objects) and sound.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-20

Tokoname line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Tokoname line (Nagoya Railroad Co.,Ltd., a.k.a. Meitetsu), from Otagawa to Jingumae. A Limited Express alternative for the class 8500 train, an express alternative for the class 6000 train and a local alternative for the class 7500 train. The gauge is 1067 mm and the line is electrified (1500 V DC). Many trackside details, but no landscape details.
Creator:
?
Alt.:
Express
 Stations:
10
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
11 min.
 Distance:
14625 m
Alt.:
Limited Express
 Stations:
10
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
10 min.
 Distance:
14625 m
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
10
 Stops:
9
 TTR:
24 min.
 Distance:
14625 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Line map over the Nagoya Railway's net (Acrobat document). All route alternatives in the simulation begins at Otagawa (between the left and the right waters at the lower part of the map, the name is also marked with western characters) and goes upwards on the map to Jingumae (that name also marked with western characters at the map). The Limited Express alternative is marked withbrown or pink line at the map, the Express alternative with a light blue line and the local alternative with a gray line.

Stations at the Tokoname line. Click at Map by a station name to view a map over the station and its closest surroundings.

The Meitetsu-Railway's web site (text in Japanese).

Misc.:
Download from:
The route and the trains are since >10 years gone from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound Files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-27

Tsurumi-line, main line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Tsurumi line's main line (JR East) from Ohgimachi to Tsurumi, for the class 103 train. The line is electrified and passes through mainly industrial areas. Many nice objects both trackside and in the line's surroundings!
Creator:
K-Shimin syriver2@hotmail.com
Alt.:
Tsurumi
 Stations:
10
 Stops:
9
 TTR:
17 min.
 Distance:
7100 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
There are some missing object files in the download from the creator's website. Also, the installers do not place files in the right place. On this website, you can download archives with all necessary files, see below.
Line description:
Description of the Tsurumi line with pictures and map
Map of JR Central's lines in the Tokyo are (Acrobat document) where the Tsurumi line is found at the bottom of the map marked with yellow color. The main line goes from Ogimachi via Anzen to Tsurumi.
Stations at the Tsurumi line. Click at Map by a station's name to show a map over the station and the closest surroundings.
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site
To download from this website:
Object files to place in the OpenBVE directory LegacyContent\Railway\Object (Ohkawa branch line included).
Route files to place in the OpenBVE directory LegacyContent\Railway\Route (Ohkawa branch line included).
Sound files to place in the OpenBVE directory LegacyContent\Railway\Sound.
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-20

Uchibo line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Uchibo line (JR East) by no one less than the creator of BVE, Mr. Mackoy himself. The class 113 local train goes from Chiba to Yawatajuku. Detailed tracks etc. but no landscape details outside the railroad.
Creator:
Mackoy mackoy@cool.ne.jp
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
9593 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
None
Line description:
Map of JR Central's lines in the Tokyo area (Acrobat document) there the Uchibo line is found in the lower right part of the map, marked in a yellow/brown color. The local alternative simulated begins in Chiba and goes downwards at the map to Yawatajuku
Misc.:
For install instructions view section 1.3.3 Install the Uchibo line.
Download from:
For OpenBVE use the BVE 4 version from BVE Official Website. Download uchibo10.zip
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-23

4.3.2 Italy

Ferrovial Genova-Casella

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The line Ferrovial Genova-Casella (FGC), the part from Genova to Campi. The railway goes through a mountain landscape in northwest Italy. The line is electrified using overhead wire (3 kV DC) and the gauge is 1000 mm. Detailed route and beautiful landscape.
Creator:
Luigi Cartello
Sergio Usai usai.sergio@libero.it
Alt.:
TR 207 A9
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
20 min.
 Distance:
9418 m
Alt.:
TR 3 A11
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
20 min.
 Distance:
9418 m
Alt.:
TR spec L29
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
20 min.
 Distance:
9418 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Ferrovial Genova-Casella at Wikipedia with line map and pictures (text in Italian)
Misc.:
Download from:
Trenomania
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-25

Santhià Biella

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Santhià Biella line goes between Santhià and Biella in northwest Italy. Most well-done and beautiful route with detailed landscape, many trackside details and soft curves and realistic switches.
Creator:
Luca Revello
Alt.:
501
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
28 min.
 Distance:
26650 m
Alt.:
501 nonstop
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
21 min.
 Distance:
26650 m
Alt.:
663
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
28 min.
 Distance:
26672 m
Alt.:
663 nonstop (rain)
 Stations:
7
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
11 min.
 Distance:
26650 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
The Santhià Biella line at Wikipedia with schematic line map (text in Italian)
Misc.:
Download from:
Trenomania
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-01

4.3.3 Great Britain

Barrow-Sellafield

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of the Cumbrian Coast line, from Barrow-in-Furness to Sellafield in Cumbria, England. Northern Rail ran passenger traffic at this line with the class 156 DMUs when this simulation was made (today the route is run by Arriva). Beautiful stations and trackside details. Soft curves and realistic switches. The rural landscape is however rather empty of details.
Creator:
Derek Kaye
Alt.:
2C47
 Stations:
13
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
42 min.
 Distance:
30575 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
About the Cumbrian Coast line at Wikipedia.
Misc.:
Download from:
BVE Corwall
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-17

Birmingham Cross-City South

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The south portion of the Cross-City Line in Birmingham. It goes from Redditch to Birmingham New Street. Anthony Bowden has with this route created probably the most well done route there is for OpenBVE. Outstanding richness in details both in landscape and trackside. There are 17 different alternatives to drive this route different time of day, in different weather and different seasons.
Creator:
Anthony Bowden
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Cross-City Line at Wikipedia with a schematic line map.
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-23

Moorgate - Drayton Park

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The line Drayton Park - Moorgate in London (BR), for the class 313 train. Most of the line is below surface in former subway tunnels. The train is actually using 3rd rail (750 V) as a subway train in these tunnels, but normal overhead wire (25 kV) at the part of the line above surface.
Creator:
Nathan Whitington nathan_whitington@hotmail.com
Alt.:
MG-DP
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
4035 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The route was distributed at Damon Cox' website, which has disappeared from the Internet >10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26

Somerset & Dorset

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of the old Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway in southern England. This local train is hauled by a steam engine and goes from Shillingstone to Templecombe (south of Bristol). The correct engine for this train is a Bullied Pacific class West Country steam engine, but in lack of such an engine a class J36 steam engine is used. The railroad, stations and the beautiful landscape is well done. The simulation intends to replicate the route as it looked like in the 1960s. The traffic at this and some other lines ended March 7 1966 after have being trafficked since August 31 1863.
Creator:
Richard Scott
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
16875 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
At the station Henstridge there is a goods wagon left at the main track. It blocks the way for the train driven in the simulation.

This can be corrected by deleting the following line in the route file Somerset & Dorset.csv:

14108,.freeobj 0;82;0;0;180,
Line description:
The Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway with history, technical and traffic information.
History, pictures and descriptions are also available at Wikipedia
Misc.:
It is not possible to adhere to the time table in this simulation:

The maximum speed of the route is, according to the timetable, 25 mph.

The time table is based on use of the Bullied Pacific class West Country steam engine. At the simulated route, passenger trains were hauled by that engine class in speeds up to 90 km/h.

Download from:
BVE Cornwall
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-23

Tyne Valley

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, a.k.a. Tyne Valley Line, from Carlisle to Newcastle upon Tyne. Beautiful detailed landscape and many details trackside. There are no less than 13 alternatives to run all or part of the route, with different train classes.
Creator:
eezypeazy eezypeazy@eezypeazy.co.uk
Alt.:
MF 0713 [156]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
15
 TTR:
62 min.
 Distance:
90895 m
Alt.:
MF 0742 [156]
 Stations:
20
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
62 min.
 Distance:
46607 m
Alt.:
MF 0933 [156]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
80 min.
 Distance:
90895 m
Alt.:
MF 1127 [156]
 Stations:
3
 Stops:
2
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
5485 m
Alt.:
MF 1134 [156]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
81 min.
 Distance:
90975 m
Alt.:
MF 1230 [156]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
8
 TTR:
87 min.
 Distance:
90975 m
Alt.:
MF 1444 [156]
 Stations:
20
 Stops:
10
 TTR:
65 min.
 Distance:
46607 m
Alt.:
MF 1530 [156]
 Stations:
26
 Stops:
6
 TTR:
103 min.
 Distance:
110175 m
Alt.:
Sa 0712 [220]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
78 min.
 Distance:
90895 m
Alt.:
Sa 1117 [HST]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
79 min.
 Distance:
90895 m
Alt.:
Sa 1316 [37]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
80 min.
 Distance:
90865 m
Alt.:
Sa 1316 [47]
 Stations:
16
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
80 min.
 Distance:
90865 m
Alt.:
Su 1045 [156]
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
37 min.
 Distance:
24685 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
This route uses 3rd party object to simulate British light and semaphore signals. These objects were created by Simon Gathercole and Anthony Bowden. The website on which this objects packages were distributed has disappeared from the Internet longa ago.

However there are archive files with these to download below from this website.

The unpacked directories BrSema4Sigs and BrSigs should be placed in the directory LegacyContent\Railway\Object.

Line description:
Newcastle and Carlisle Railway at Wikipedia with schematic map over the route and connecting routes
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has disappeared from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, British light signals (se Known problems above), British semaphore signals (se Known problems above)
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-28

4.3.4 Fictitious places

Bay Park

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A Fictitious railroad in British environment. Select from a non-stop alternative, an alternative with a few stops (but rail works causing delays), and 2 local alternatives with stop at all stations. This electrified line starts in a small town and goes through the countryside to a big city. Many well-made details along the line and many landscape details!
Creator:
Sacha Dodd sacha@superduper.eclipse.co.uk
Alt.:
Line works
 Stations:
12
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
27 min.
 Distance:
40115 m
Alt.:
Non-stop
 Stations:
12
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
20 min.
 Distance:
40115 m
Alt.:
Local 1
 Stations:
12
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
41 min.
 Distance:
40115 m
Alt.:
Local 2
 Stations:
12
 Stops:
11
 TTR:
37 min.
 Distance:
40115 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's web site
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-24

Clarendon

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Clarendon is a fictitious line in British environment. There are both passenger trains and freight trains alternatives for this route. There are also night alternatives in compact darkness. Detailed route when it comes to trackside details and realistic signaling. Soft curves and some details in the mostly rural landscape.
Creator:
Dennis Lance
Alt.:
Cl. 156
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
32 min.
 Distance:
26775 m
Alt.:
Cl. 158
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
32 min.
 Distance:
26825 m
Alt.:
Cl. 170 night
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
7
 TTR:
33 min.
 Distance:
26800 m
Alt.:
Coal cl. 37
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
32 min.
 Distance:
25925 m
Alt.:
Coal cl. 66
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
33 min.
 Distance:
25950 m
Alt.:
Cl. 37
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
26840 m
Alt.:
Cl. 37 weed night
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
28 min.
 Distance:
26775 m
Alt.:
Cl. 66 weed night
 Stations:
8
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
28 min.
 Distance:
26775 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
In the 2 coal freight alternatives, a ghost train immediately appears at the same track as the train to be driven. Let the ghost train disappear in the distance, and you can the run the route normally.
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
BVE Cornwall
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-21

Desert Freight

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A fictitious railroad in American desert environment. Select from 5 alternatives: Two alternatives are freight trains, something rather unusual in OpenBVE, of which one daytime and one night alternative, both for train hauled by the diesel/electric engine class GP-38; Another 2 alternatives are passenger trains hauled by the class GS-4 steam engine, of which one is an express train and one a local train; Finally also a night time mail train hauled by the class GS-4 steam engine. Correct signal aspects, many graphic objects trackside and in the landscapes.
Creator:
Steve Green
Robert Raymond
Alt.:
Daytime freight
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
65 min.
 Distance:
54175 m
Alt.:
Night freight
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
70 min.
 Distance:
54175 m
Alt.:
GS-4 Express
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
48 min.
 Distance:
54175 m
Alt.:
GS-4 Local
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
5
 TTR:
63 min.
 Distance:
54175 m
Alt.:
Mail
 Stations:
6
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
53 min.
 Distance:
54175 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
This route was distributed at the website Train Sim Central. That website has disappeared from the Internet long, long ago.
To download from this website:
Route files and object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26

Heavy Coal

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
This is something rather unusual in OpenBVE: A freight route. The line is fictitious but the scene is an Australian line through mountainous terrain. The task is to drive 3 000 metric tons freight train with 30 coal-filled hopper cars from the COALEX terminal in Lithgow to its destination in Penrith. The route goes through the Blue Mountains, so there is the problem of pulling the freight uphill and then not to let the train overspeed downhill later on. This BVE simulation is from the year of 2001, but it is still a good freight route.
Creator:
Bruce Kennewell
Alt.:
To Penrith
 Stations:
11
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
75 min.
 Distance:
51550 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
See the creator's file HeavyCoal.doc located in the route's directory. It contains a description of the scenario, and driving instructions as well.
Misc.:
Download from:
This route and train were posted to the Internet 17 years ago, and the website for the route has disappeared at least 10 years ago.
To download from this website:
Route and train bundle
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-17

Sakahara - Takahara line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A fictitious railway line in Japanese environment. There are 4 alternatives for this line at different times of the day. Rather detailed route. The color scheme is however somewhat odd.
Creator:
NK Slow Line
Alt.:
05:32
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
10975 m
Alt.:
07:32
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
10975 m
Alt.:
12:10
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
10975 m
Alt.:
17:32
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
3
 TTR:
12 min.
 Distance:
10975 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website (text in Japanese). Download the route file archive and the two object archives. The train for this route is also available at that webpage.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-Jun-20

Seaside

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A short fictitious coastal railroad in Japanese environment. The line goes form Southern Tsu to a place with a strange name with some similarity to the word flax. This route uses the class 115 train. Nice landscape details.
Creator:
NT JRQ815@boat.zero.ad.jp
Alt.:
Towards Flax
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
min.
 Distance:
4705 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website is gone from the Internet.
To download from this website:
Route, object and sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-27

4.5 Streetcar lines

4.5.1 Japan

Minomachi line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
The Minomachi line (Nagoya Railroad Co, Ltd. a.k.a. Meitetsu) was a streetcar line from Seki to Tetsumeicho. The line, which was closed by 2005-Apr-01, was a single track line with the gauge 1067 mm and was electrified (600 V DC). These simulated routes for OpenBVE goes from Shin-Seki to Shin-Gifu and is used with the class 600, 880 or class 800 streetcars. The routes also uses the Tagami line and a small portion of the Kakamigahara line, the later which is electrified with 1 500 V DC. For that reason the streetcars used were equipped to also run on that voltage. This is a well-made route with a lot of details trackside and in the urban environment where this line located.
Creator:
Kaede Shiisugi
Alt.:
Express (600)
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
8
 TTR:
43 min.
 Distance:
19150 m
Alt.:
Local (800)
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
16
 TTR:
51 min.
 Distance:
19150 m
Alt.:
Local (880)
 Stations:
17
 Stops:
16
 TTR:
51 min.
 Distance:
19150 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Between the stops in Kitaishiki and Ichinotsubo the graphic objects for the rails are misaligned at a couple of locations. Also there is a car parked to close to the track.
Line description:
Pictures of a few stations/stops at the Minomachi line and a line map
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website is gone from the internet.
To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-27

Tanigumi line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Tanigumi line (Nagoya Railroad Co, Ltd. a.k.a. Meitetsu) is a streetcar line from Kurono to Tanigumi, for the class 750 streetcars (these streetcars were manufactured in 1928). It is a gauge1067 mm single track line and is electrified (600 V DC). The line was closed at September 30 the year of 2001. A very well made route with many nice graphic objects and landscape details! Notice for example the sunlight light in the forest openings. Gaku has with this route confirmed his position as one of the best route makers for BVE.
Creator:
Gaku
Alt.:
Daytime
 Stations:
9
 Stops:
8
 TTR:
23 min.
 Distance:
11115 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
A lot of beautiful pictures from the Tanigumi line (click Next at the bottom of the pages to see more pictures),
Even more pictures from the Tanigumi line (click Next at the bottom of the pages to see more pictures), Pictures from the last day of revenue traffic on the Tanigumi line before it was closed (click Next at the bottom of the pages to see more pictures)
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator Gaku's web site is gone from the Internet. The files for this route can be downloaded from OpenBVEcentral
To download from this website:
Install instruction (in Swedish only)

Download the 750 class tram from the vehicle catalogue (follow the vehicle link above).

Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-20

4.5.2 Italy

Biella Oropa

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Part of the Biella Oropa line that was between this city Biella and the on a height located shrine Santuario di Oropa. The gauge was 950 mm. The tramline was opened for traffic in 1911 and closed in 1958. This simulation is of the last few kilometers closest to Santuario di Oropa, from the stop Oropa Bagni to Santuario di Oropa
Creator:
Luca Revello
Alt.:
Oropa
 Stations:
2
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
10 min.
 Distance:
1797 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
Trenomania
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-25

4.5.3 Fictitious places

Linie 10 & Linie 11

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Linie 10 & Linie 11 are two fictitious streetcar lines in German environment, using many graphic details of high quality. Also soft curves and realistic switches. Linie 10 goes from Lindhofenstaße to the streetcar depot beyond Hostpitalstraße. There are 6 different alternatives for this line with different types of streetcars and different weather. Linie 11 goes from Lindhofenstraße to Lesum. At that line there are track works with temporary speed restrictions, single track use and workers at the track. There are 4 alternatives for this route, including one driving a works car to move snow along the line.
Creator:
Hans-Martin Finken
Alt.:
Line 10 GT6
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 10 T3D
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 10 T3D-M snow
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 10 T3D-M
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 10 TW6000
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 10 TW6000 snow
 Stations:
14
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
22 min.
 Distance:
7620 m
Alt.:
Line 11 G4-61
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
25 min.
 Distance:
8100 m
Alt.:
Line 11 G4-61 snow
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
25 min.
 Distance:
8100 m
Alt.:
Line 11 snow plough
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
1
 TTR:
18 min.
 Distance:
8100 m
Alt.:
Line 11 TW6000
 Stations:
15
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
25 min.
 Distance:
8100 m
Vehicle:
 Works with OpenBVE:
Yes
Known problems:
Line description:
Misc.:
Download from:
The creator's website has long ago disappeared from the Internet. The route available at this website is the original version for BVE 4, with transparency issues in OpenBVE corrected.

Another version of this route, based on the BVE 2 version of the route, is available at the website BVE Cornwall. It has fewer alternatives of streetcars to use.

To download from this website:
Route files, Object files, Sound files
Last update of this directory entry:
2018-May-26




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