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BVEStation Network News / Older Versions of OpenBVE
« on: February 05, 2015, 11:15:46 pm »

If you are looking for an older version of OpenBVE, or you are having issues with the latest versions of OpenBVE.  BVEStation's got you covered.  Previously on the old site, we had it buried somewhere deep on the website.  Now you can easily find it on our downloads section, by clicking Programs.  You can also just follow the links here.  Again these versions were used in development, but had whatever add-on that was being worked on removed, so this is as close as you can get to a pure version.

OpenBVE v1.2.3
OpenBVE v.1.2.3 Source
OpenBVE v1.3.4
OpenBVE v.1.3.4 Source

We take absolutely no responsibility of these programs, and you are to run this software at your own risk.

Station Talk / Wiki Editors
« on: February 02, 2015, 01:19:50 am »
Once again we are looking for Wiki Editors, if you want an account please let me know.  Thanks.

BVEStation Network News / Welcome to the new BVEStation!
« on: February 01, 2015, 02:56:30 am »
Welcome to the new BVEStation.  Please bear with us as we continue bringing services back online, this will likely be happening within the next few days as the internet catches up with the changes.  The downloads section is still undergoing work, and we will get it back online as soon as we can.  Again we thank you guys for your patience.  So you may be wondering whats new, after all the forums still look and feel the same.  Here is a list of whats new.

  • Faster - BVEStation is now hosted on its own high speed servers, this means navigating and downloading from BVEStation is insanely fast.
  • Local - We hear you New York! Most of users are located in New York City, so that is where we are now.  BVEStation's high speed servers are located in New York.
  • Downloads - Our biggest feature, we've already mentioned how much faster we are, but now we are opening it up to everyone.  Anybody, and everybody can now upload their routes, trains, guides, and objects to BVEStation using our brand new Downloads system.  Create it, and share it instantly.  Comment on them, rate them, add photos to them.  The new Downloads section has more features and is more intuitive than ever.
  • News - Our new homepage shows you what matters the most, all the biggest news in the world of BVEStation/BVE/ and even Train Simulator 2015.  Click to toggle between what you want to read.
  • Social Media - Tweet or get the latest updates from BVEStation's Social Media, right there on the homepage
  • Interactive - Adding photos and commenting on downloads is good, but participate in our Screenie of the Week, where your screenshot becomes the blurred background of BVEStation
  • Design - Finally, if you haven't already noticed, and have gotten a preview of, we've redesigned BVEStation for 2015.  Assessed by professional designers, BVEStation is now more modern than ever, and we will continue to make refinements as we go.

Stay tuned for more, with the new releases, and a new website, we're starting 2015 with a bang.

BVEStation Network News / Happy New Year!
« on: January 01, 2015, 12:11:34 am »
On behalf of the staff at BVEStation, we want to wish you all a Happy New Year!

Our friends at OpenBVE Modernization the Brazilian OpenBVE community has released a beta of the Center 2 Line of the Recife Metro, a city in Brazil.  For more information visit the link below.

Station Talk / BVEStation's Steam Group
« on: December 26, 2014, 07:29:08 pm »
For anyone that has Steam, Feel free to join the BVEStation Steam Group!

Just in time for Christmas, Fan Railer has released his Long Island Rail Road & Metro-North Railroad Bombardier M7 EMU Pack V1.0 for OpenBVE.

via BVEStation:
via Mediafire:

More Information:;topicseen#msg28412

The staff at BVEStation would like to wish everyone Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays!

Train Simulator 2016 / TS 2015 Buying Steam Edition Again
« on: December 22, 2014, 02:42:35 pm »
For the guys that have TS2015, I'm wondering if you were to buy the Steam Edition again, will you get another copy of the game, or will the game automatically fill in the DLC's that were part of that package?

BVEStation Network News / BVEStation Forums gets a brand new look!
« on: December 18, 2014, 10:43:39 pm »
Just in time for the holidays, we've updated the BVEStation Forums giving it a brand new look to bring us into the new year.  The rest of the website will be updated to this brand new look within the coming weeks.  Let us know what you think and give us your suggestions.  Enjoy!

BVEStation Network News / Phantom909 or better known as Joe has passed away
« on: November 14, 2014, 08:12:07 pm »
We are sad to inform everyone that Phantom909 or better known as Joe in the NYCTA BVE/NYCTBA community has passed away.  Without him, we would not have this community and others like it here today.  BVEStation's logo on the homepage will be monochrome for several days in his memory, and we thank him for fostering the community of developers, and creating new ones.  He will be missed.

Art & Graphic Design / My latest developments!
« on: May 16, 2014, 12:29:43 am »
Hey guys, just showing off my latest developments.  :D

Stair Model

Grand Ave

BVEStation Network News / Featured Works : OpenBVE Modernization
« on: April 08, 2014, 01:39:31 pm »
I was recently approached by a team of Brazillian OpenBVE developers who would like to feature their content.  Their content consists of the transit system located in Rio De Janiero, the 2nd largest city in Brazil, and its surrounding systems.  Specifically the Rio de Janeiro Metro, and SuperVia commuter rail systems and more.

Give them a visit today, and expand your BVE content collections.

Station Talk / Looking for Portuguese speakers/translators!
« on: March 30, 2014, 12:08:57 am »
Hey guys, BVEStation is currently looking for a volunteer to help us interact, and translate content from a Brazilian OpenBVE Community.  We would love to partner with them and feature their work!  You will basically be our ambassador :D Thanks!

After a long hiatus from BVE/OpenBVE development, co-developer of the OpenBVE project Anthony Bowden has resumed development of his long and highly anticipated routes from the UK.  His blog indicates that he has continued development on the Watford Junction to Rugby route, which will feature more advanced safety systems, both on the track and train with the UkTrainSys plugin and enhanced visuals to fully take advantage of the OpenBVE system.

He too is looking for help on development, and therefore has called for contributors to help him.

Check out his blog for more information on his developments.


BVEStation Network News / Old Versions of OpenBVE Now Available
« on: March 05, 2014, 11:42:27 pm »
As with some of the (really old) posts on the forums regarding a new update of OpenBVE somehow breaking their games, you can now download older versions of OpenBVE in case you overwritten your old copy.  These older versions are essentially the same codebase as these old versions, but had the Multiplayer Extension added, and then removed again (for this purpose).  Let me know if a multiplayer component that was possibly left in the source could be causing any instabilities to the game.  Also if anyone has an older copy of OpenBVE with the source, it would be great if you can send it to me so we can grow this archive of older versions.  Any other instabilities or issues are likely because you are running the older version!

I have searched in many places and couldn't find older versions, so I hope this can help some people out, as it certainly has helped me, when I upgraded to the version 1.4.x series.  The page with the downloads is in the link below.  We currently have v.1.2.3 - v1.4.2, the files are 7zipped.

As always, no warranties, not responsible for anything that happens to your computer, open source etc.. applies here.  Enjoy!

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