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I have always wondered were u get the routes for the locomotives. what i mean where can i find the routes the u used in ur videos?

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: Question about train
« on: October 26, 2012, 09:58:33 pm »
so when the (B) is re-released, it will run 2 brighton and/or coney island?

Introduction / Re: Routes for free!!!!!!!!!
« on: October 22, 2012, 09:26:12 pm »
I don't mean 2 be rude or anything, but i thought it would be a great idea to lock the files on bvestation. what i mean is that for example if i come onto the site as a guest, and then i decide to download any route, the site should say in reply sign in or create an account. it would help prevent people that just visit the site to get the downloads and then leave. it would also help bring more people unto the forums and they might eventually maybe create a routes or 2 or the will help update a train set, stuff like that. all i am say is that if we get more guests 2 create an account, maybe, just maybe, we can get a little farther into covering the whole NYCT Subway system. i dont know how long this webiste has been around, but i know it has been around before 2010-2011 because that is when i joined and i also know if we were able to lure some really devoted people onto the forums, they can help in many different ways. u can know go ahead and prove me wrong in many different ways.

Station Talk / Re: Making All Stops, Giveaway #4!
« on: October 22, 2012, 06:45:08 pm »
My absolute favorite line is the (A) because of the variety of runs it has and the length of the line. Although everyone has made a case for the (R) line being the least favorite line (all points that were made are absolutely 1000% correct) has anyone really considered the purpose for the (Z) line yet! I know it is supposed to supplement the (J) during rush hours but really does anyone else wish it was a regular line so you can possibly say that have actually been on a (Z). I have only ridden that train once since 1995!
one way for making it a regular line instead of rush hour supplemental service is by letting it run peak direction during rush hour and middays express between broadway and myrtle but the MTA has its ways.

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 22, 2012, 06:41:51 pm »
The Nostrand Ave Line extension after Flatbush Ave I had stations at Avenue J, Ave L, Kings Highway, Ave R, Ave U and Ave X with a storage yard for a least 8 full trains located between Voorhies and Ave Z. Your Franklin Ave shuttle extension is genius.
i had the same stops only i wolud have named the ave. r stop like how it is named in the nostrand ave. extension download 4 openbve on this website

Station Talk / Re: Making All Stops, Giveaway #4!
« on: October 22, 2012, 05:03:05 pm »
my favorite line is the 4 because of the express stops it makes in brooklyn and manhattan and my least favorite is the (C) because during rush hours although it is not used as much in brooklyn, train headways are very, very, very, sick. i stand on the ralph ave. station platform waiting for a (C) when 2-5 (A)'s pass the station on the express tracks in BOTH directions. 2 me, trains come every 10-15 minutes. i also HATE it when the dispatcher at jay street dispatches (C)'s 2 run express 2 Euclid.

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 22, 2012, 04:47:44 pm »
Now thats what I call a plan! I was very intrigued by the Utica Ave Line as well. My only thing about that line is what which avenues deserve a station besides the obvious (Kings Highway, Kings Plaza, Empire Blvd, etc)
my stations after eastern parkway are: east new york (instead of empire), winthrop st, church, berverly, ave.d, farragut, ave. h (instead of kings highway), flatlands, ave. n, fillmore then ave. u/kings plaza as the last stop. the express stops are church, ave. h and ave. u. everybody has different ideas and those are mine. also with plans i was thinking if extending the nostand ave. subway 2 ave. z 2 get 2 the under served parts of the borough. i was thinking of extending both lines down nostrand 2 ave. z or let 1 run 2 kings plaza with the utica ave. line. lastly i was thinking of extending the franklin ave. shuttle to beford-nostrand ave station where the g is. the shuttle would terminate on the unused center track. the added stops are gates or greene ave. and beford-nostrand on the shuttle. gates or greene would be a two-track station.

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 19, 2012, 06:49:26 pm »
im with u on running the 4 track line between marcy and jamaica center via broadway and jamaica ave or past jamaica center, but i was thinking why dont we just use the abandoned station to run trains to glen oaks via union turnpike, the j and z 2 jamaica center or extended past there like u said and run a line down utica to kings plaza. im a huge fan of the unfinished utica ave line. the thing is it would be a waste of time for the IND because although their plans went down the drain, u should try 2 combine ur plan with a benefit bigger than u expected.

the new r32 is looking good. cant wait 2 try it

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 18, 2012, 04:01:17 pm »
check out this guys website he got all of what u need 2 expand the mta`s rails.
on the website u can surf through all of his proposals. the page im giving u is the the introduction page. once u go 2 the bottom of his article, u can look through his other expansion plans. most of the pictures are all downloadable if u want 2 view them at another time. if u want 2 u can comment on the articles.

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 18, 2012, 03:43:35 pm »
Welcome to BVEStation ceelboogie1 and bigbellymon4! Enjoy your stay  ;)
The reason I feel so passionate about that is because I feel that would made the J and Z lines similar to what the A and C has created in Brooklyn and Queens despite the fact the C hasnt ran in Queens in almost 25 years. I truly think it will make the Z more accessible as a local the J would arrive as a major line and it would create another option for riders on the Southside of Queens to get to Manhattan.

thank you ipac and to ceelboogie1, the Jamaica line was part of the bushwick trunk line that was planned by either the IND in the 1920s and 30s but because of the stock market crash which created the great depression, part of the six track massive station at union and south 5 was built.

Introduction / Re: Greetings to all rail enthusiasts!
« on: October 17, 2012, 03:54:17 pm »
im new here 2 so why dont u say umm type them out. all for ur ideas would help us to create better, exciting, and awesome routes for u 2 run on openbve.

BVE/OpenBVE Support / Re: openbve mac route exe files
« on: October 11, 2012, 09:24:19 pm »
since some if not most of the files for the routes are 7-zip, use the Win-rar achive. once u r the only user, it should have no problem extracting to thefolders that u use 4 openbve.

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: What I recently discovered...might help people
« on: October 11, 2012, 09:18:55 pm »
for example i have an AMD vision processor,it is a 2.20ghz and i have 3 GB installed but only able to use 2.75 GB. is it my processor or the amount of RAM that is slowing me down?

General BVE/OpenBVE / Re: What I recently discovered...might help people
« on: October 11, 2012, 04:36:08 pm »
what do u think is the best processor on a computer for openbve?

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