About this site:
This site contains London Underground add-ons for the freeware train simulator game known as OpenBVE or BVE 4. All files were previously hosted on Bveroutes-trains.co.uk which was shut down in June 2011. This website has been setup as an archive for new users to download previously released content which would otherwise be lost forever.
Thank you to the millions of users that downloaded trains and routes from Bveroutes-trains.co.uk over the many years that the site had been active. We would also like to thank Richard Helliwell and Tom Cairns, the owner of Bveroutes-trains.co.uk for hosting these downloads in the past.
There have been many disputes recently within BVE in the UK and they occasionally continue. To dicuss the simulator http://bveworldwide.unlimitedboard.com/forum can be used. This is a good, safe, recommended forum to discuss the simulator and it's ad dons.
Thank you for all your tremendous support and help over the closure of Bveroutes-trains.co.uk site. It was, and still is much appreciated, and here as a thank you, we have made our downloads available.
Here are a series of links which are other developers sites where you can download other routes and trains. Most have now dissipated but a few stable ones remain.
The BVE4 / Openbve Northern line and fantastic Network West Midlands can be downloaded from http://www.trainsimstuff.org/
Cross City South by Anthony Bowden can be downloaded here http://railsimroutes.net/
Martin Corbett's diesel traction trains can be found here http://bvetmd.org.uk/
Steve Thomas's superb collection of trains can be found here https://sites.google.com/a/bve4trains.com/bve4trains/
Karl Neilin's Hammersmith and City Line for Openbve Can be found here: http://www.uktrainsim.com/filelib-info.php?form_fileid=26916
Most other sites have gone and been lost forever, however some people are still developing but it is limited.
Information for users:
Please make sure you have downloaded the OpenBVE program from http://odakyufan.zxq.net/openbve/index.html AND/ OR BVE4 from http://bvets.net/old/ver4.html. The first link will take you to OpenBVE which is what most of the simulators below are written for. This is the more modern version. The latter link is for BVE4 which was developed by Mackoy. Follow the links and download the required content (such as NET framework 1.1). Some of the simulators below will not work with Openbve and may produce sound or graphical errors so downloading both version is recommended. When clicking the links below it will tell you which version it is recommended for.
Once you have installed the games then where it states 'Click Here', please follow the link onto a new page, and click the file in the middle of the page to download. All files are in .Zip format. Downloads are short and should not take long, even on a dial up connection. Files sizes are shown on entrance to the download page.
Trains should go in your trains directory, the folder 'railway' should go in the railway directory these contain the route files, sound files and object files.
These downloads are provided on a voluntary and goodwill basis and no warrantee will be given. Support is also limited.
All relevant credits/ thanks are included in the individual files readme of the downloads.
West Ruislip Depot - Perivale. BVE4 / OpenBVE
Disused Epping - Ongar branch. BVE4. Requires 1938 tube stock.
1992 Tube Stock (for Central Line)
Walthamstow Central - Vauxhall. BVE4/ OpenBVE
1967 Stock (for Victoria Line)
C Stock (v3)
Disused Aldwych Branch. BVE4
Disused Aldwych Branch. Openbve
(Please download the BVE4 version above the overwrite those files with this version)
1973 Stock (for Aldwych Branch)
Unrefurbished 1973 stock. BVE4
Stanmore - Kingsbury. Baker Street - Charing Cross (Openbve)
Green Park - Bermondsey. BVE4
Last updated December 2013 by Dan Floyd to correct and add links and Openbve Patches.
This site has been set-up for archive purposes only.
Support for these downloads may be limited.
All the downloads, and the site itself made possible by: Kelvin Liu, Dan Floyd, Dan Lewis, James Galbraith, Aaron Seeto and Steve Cross.