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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