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BVE Driver Simulator Route : Northern Line



 
 
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Old January 23rd 04, 10:25 AM posted to uk.transport.london
StephenDBrowne
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Default BVE Driver Simulator Route : Northern Line

Running southbound from Edgware to Kennington, then around the Loop to
the Northbound lines, and up to High Barnet, this is version v3.0 of
the London Underground Northern Line for the freeware train driving
sim 'BVE' The last release of this route was several years ago, and
its come a long way since. Features realistic signalling and gradients
and high detail scenery.

The setting is year 2000, with the 1995 stock. You can change the
stock to 1972Mk1 or 1938.

For further info, downloads and screenshots try

http://www.trainsimcentral.co.uk

If you've never tried BVE see the help page on that site for more
info, and how to download the simulator.
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Old January 26th 04, 06:40 PM posted to uk.transport.london
Powerslider
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Default BVE Driver Simulator Route : Northern Line

Yeah. BVE is the dogs. I remember the very first Northern Line from Ken to
High Barnet. How simple things were then.... :-)

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Running southbound from Edgware to Kennington, then around the Loop to
the Northbound lines, and up to High Barnet, this is version v3.0 of
the London Underground Northern Line for the freeware train driving
sim 'BVE' The last release of this route was several years ago, and
its come a long way since. Features realistic signalling and gradients
and high detail scenery.

The setting is year 2000, with the 1995 stock. You can change the
stock to 1972Mk1 or 1938.

For further info, downloads and screenshots try

http://www.trainsimcentral.co.uk

If you've never tried BVE see the help page on that site for more
info, and how to download the simulator.



 




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