• 4.3 Railroads
  • 4.3 Railroads

    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:
    323
     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:
    156158170 Turbostar3766
     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:
    GP-38GS-4 Daylight
     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:
    NSWGR 46
     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:
    12
     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:
    115-1000
     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

    

    
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