Prepare to be amazed!

This is Xeon’s simulation of the ENTIRE Shanghai network as it will be in 2020.  I thought Birmingham was a big railway but I know better now, it’s just a tiddler.  Birmingham has 3,589 track elements, but Shanghai Metro has 41,804!  Almost 12 times as big.  I confess that I didn’t think the program would be able to handle a railway of this size, but amazingly it does.  Xeon contacted me initially because he was having trouble creating an image file, which turned out to be a memory error – the image was over 500MB in size and wouldn’t save.  I tried to persuade him to create the lines as separate railways as I was convinced that there would be many more memory problems, but he persevered and discovered that as long as the image file is less than 500MB it will save OK, and the rest works fine.  As you will see from the diagram he has made a few adjustments to make it fit.


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A bustling metropolis somewhere in Canada.

This is a fantasy railway inspired by The Blue Line by Laszlo Geller (jrbugi). Beaver Lake has less trackage, but features multiple routes including local and express service.

The timetable is set such that trains are synchronized with each other to avoid any conflicts. Keep on top of your route setting and you should be fine with 100% on-time performance. An Excel schedule is included for the signaller’s convenience.

I hope you enjoy this one!

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Sydney New South Wales Australia

Sydney Trains provides train services throughout the Sydney CBD and metropolitan area.

This simulation covers the Central Business District (aka the City).
Insofar as is reasonable this simulation attempts to mimic reality both in track layout and scheduling. This timetable is roughly based off of the real schedule as of August 20 2016. This timetable runs from 06:00 to 10:00 with the last train vacating the network at approximately 10:24.

Lines T1 (North Short Northern and Western Line) and T4 (Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line) are through services with all trains exiting at the opposite end from where they entered.

Lines T2 (Airport Inner West and South Line) and T3 (Bankstown Line) use the City Circle (T2 in both directions and T3 in a clockwise direction only). Services inbound to the City are labelled as “to City Circle via [Town Hall or Museum]” with the via station indicating the first station after Central. At that via station, the trains change headcodes to indicate their new destination.

This timetable does not attempt to include any regional train services also using some of these lines.

Although this network and timetable may seem intimidating most of it can be handled using automatic routes. The operator thus need only focus on a handful of tracks on either side of Central Station and the Martin Place Turnback.

For more information on Sydney Trains visit

I hope you enjoy this one!

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Blue Line ImageHello everyone, this is a fantasy layout! It includes only one timetable, but you have to control a lot of trains in a huge area. The local trains go almost 2 hours from the first station to the last station. I hope you will enjoy this layout! Have fun! Ps.: Comments always more than welcome! 😉

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Routes 7, 8, 12, 92, 201 iExpress and ION in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

This highly simplified network covers the core section of Waterloo, omitting most outlying parts.  
The network only includes tracks which are actually used by this full timetable, with the 
exception of the ION Yards.

This timetable includes four standard bus routes, one express bus route and one ION light rail line.
Within reason, the timetable attempts to mimic reality.

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