Sneak Previews:-

Hello everyone.

Here are some sneak previews of my projects. These are all under development condition (mostly timetables). All of them are frictional. I will publish them as soon as possible. Some track layouts may be changed at the time of publication.

And I have also made an update for my previous project “Burdwan Town Bus Service”. It will a miniature version of the previous track layout but with the same timetable making it more challenging to play. Publishing Soon.

1.Hilverfus:-

Sneak Preview : Hilverfus

2.Nerst:-

It is developed from the “Naarden-Bussum” railway by Bjorn Verzijlbergh

Sneak Preview : Nerst

3.Sainthia:-

Sneak Preview : Sainthia

4.Burich:-

Sneak Preview : Burich

Hi Everyone,

Due to a recent hard drive failure, I have lost all of my Railway Op Simulator files including my Metropolitan Line. Therefore the project has now ceased and I won’t be carrying on.

I am very sorry to those who have been waiting for the Completion of the Line. I currently don’t have plans for further projects.

 

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Evening all, I am making the London Underground Metropolitan Line for the simulator.

The layout is finished, but I am currently working on the timetable.

I have included national rail and the jubilee line for posterity, but these are not being timetabled. I will notify you all of updates!

VolksVolk’s Electric Railway (VER) is the oldest operating electric railway in the world.
It is a narrow gauge railway that runs along a length of the seafront of the English seaside resort of Brighton.
It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883.

Today the line runs between terminal stations at Aquarium (a short distance from the Palace Pier) and Black Rock (at Black
Rock, not far from Brighton Marina), with an intermediate station and depot at Paston Place (now known as Halfway). The
line has a 2 ft 8 1/2 in (825 mm) narrow gauge, is electrified at 110 V DC using a third rail, and is one mile long.

The timetable included simulates a Tuesday in 2014, The journey time is approximately 12 minutes, and trains run every 15
minutes from 10:15 to 17:15

This route and timetable was written in under 24 hours (a record perhaps?)

Click here to go to the project page

It has been reported that when using the program under Windows 8.1 with high DPI settings, the Maximise, Minimise and Close buttons (normally in the top right hand corner of the screen) are off-screen and can’t be used.

This is a display compatibility issue and can be corrected by right clicking on the railway.exe icon on the desptop or in Windows Explorer, left clicking ‘Properties’ in the submenu, then selecting the Compatibility tab, ticking the ‘Disable display scaling on high DPI settings’ box, then clicking the ‘OK’ button.  That should fix the problem.

If anyone has this problem but prefers not to make the change then the maximise, minimise and close functions are still available in a drop down menu by left clicking the program icon in the top left hand corner of the screen.

Thanks are due to Mark Jones for reporting and finding the solution to this issue.

Click Here!

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