Railway Projects

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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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! 😉

Download it HERE


Routes 7, 8, 12, 92, 201 iExpress and ION in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada bwjmackie@golden.net

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.

Download it HERE

Metropolitan Line

This is an unfinished build of the Metropolitan Line.  The line itself is complete with preferred directions and track speed limits and lengths set, but full working timetable(s) have still to be compiled.  A number of incomplete timetables have been supplied (some operable and some still with errors), along with information on service times and frequencies.

JK has run out of time on this project and is offering it in the hope that someone will be willing to complete it.

Download it HERE

Jubilee Line WestJubilee Line West

Jubilee Line EastJubilee Line East

The Jubilee Line is split into two sections:  West from Stanmore to St John’s Wood, and East from St John’s Wood to Stratford.  Each section becomes very busy when all the trains are running, so it is recommended to export and print out the timetables in spreadsheet form to keep track of train movements.

Download them HERE

DLRDocklands Light Railway

The DLR system extends from Bank in the west to Beckton and Woolwich in the east, and from Stratford in the north to Lewisham in the south.  Trains enter from the depots at Poplar and Beckton, and form shuttles that operate between Bank and Lewisham, Stratford and Canary Wharf, Tower Gateway and Beckton, and Stratford International and Woolwich Arsenal.  To keep the railway operable each service consists of just two shuttles,  one starting at one end of the section and the other at the other end.  On the real DLR there are many shuttle services operating at the same time but eight are enough for a single signaller to cope with, especially at busy junctions.

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