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NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 30, 2011, 10:24:01 am »
Looks nice!  Question- now that this route has Tjay's objects, how are the frames looking?  What is the decrease from another earlier 5th gen route (like the F for example)?

it did decrease if you using BVE 2/4 it will be notice however if used openbve the frames decrease won't be notice.

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 27, 2011, 06:53:14 pm »
here more updates it's a offical all the switches are done
here is Bay 50th Street and Stillwell Av.

Bay 50th Street Switches.

Stillwell Av street view.

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 27, 2011, 06:51:26 pm »
Wow excellent work JayJay!  All it needs is some buildings.  I think you should stick with the daytime view, the objects look a bit too bright for it to be night time.

their i will be 2 versions of the D daytime and night time also one will be in csv format and other in rw format.

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 25, 2011, 06:15:00 pm »
WOW. That is absolutely stunning! Amazing job jayjay I can't believe how great this looks!

The only inaccuracy I can spot is where the D line emerges from the tunnel after leaving the 4th avenue subway.
The track that joins the D line is in really bad condition, with the ballast covering the ties, and IDK whether it has a 3rd rail.
There is also the remnants of another track in between the D line and the street trackage joining the D line.

Here are the google earth coordinates of the area so you can see what I mean:
 74° 0'19.61"W

thanks for the info it can be fix in the next version.

Besides that, excellent work! It just gets better and better!

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 24, 2011, 10:16:12 pm »
TJay's Signals will be add later on
D Line Version 4.0 will have them.
Here is more updates on D and also the West end-36 St yard junction is now completed.

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 17, 2011, 09:03:33 pm »
and their's more

Tjay's Tunnel put into good used.

Elevated station car maker pole

NYCTA Projects / Re: Official Update Thread For The Southbound D Line
« on: July 17, 2011, 09:00:58 pm »
Here is more updates.
All D line Track curves and curve Tunnel walls is now done with TJay's new textures.

at 50th Street

116 Street

Concouse Express tracks

182 and 183 sts

NYCTA Projects / Re: New NYCT Objects Pack
« on: June 26, 2011, 09:33:22 am »
Good News everyone (BVEStation developers) i am going to release a 3rd object pack containing Elevated tracks, side dikes, Tunnel walls and ballast tracks in 5 meters so u can curve then using object bender

NYCTA Projects / Re: New NYCT Objects Pack
« on: June 20, 2011, 08:26:10 pm »
I've been seeing a lot of photo realistic station walls in screenshots lately, most of which have custom names on them, but look as if they are real. Does anyone know how to do that and where I can get those blank walls for both the IND and IRT?
I'll make a couple of templates for you

hey Rayvon can u send me a copy too

here is more updates
if you have any questions about the route feel free to ask.

Uploaded with

Uploaded with

Uploaded with

BVEStation Network News / Re: TJay's Object Packs have been released!
« on: June 12, 2011, 07:49:12 am »
The Essential Objects and Signals packs have been released by our very own TJay1724! The signal pack also comes with a demo route to try them out on. You may grab them in the downloads section and enjoy.

these new objects look hot
they would be used in the new Q to CI, Q to NJ and D line

here is some updates using TJay's elevated design textures thanks TJay for giving us new ideas to make our routes look better

Should the Staten Island's North Shore Line and Hylan Line be part of IND or BMT since i made a connection to/from the BMT 4th Avenue Line and IND Culver Line
it's up to you guys to vote

I am announcing all of Staten Island Subway lines are being reworked on and revised

This line will be base on History these routes was originally proposed in 1922 but never built (actually the sections of the tunnel was built)

The Southfeild Avenue Line
4 layup tracks will start from fith Avenue and 67th Street, Brooklyn as a subway
thence along 67th Street to fouth Avenue to marge with 2 other tracks connection
at 3rd Avenue from Fourth Avenue subway at 61 street to 67th street thence to be
continued on 67th street then under Narrows to Bay street Staten Island, and
thence through bay street to nixon street, thence to be continued as a two
three-track elevated line through Bay Street, Southfield Avenue to Reynolds
street, thence through private property for about 2500ft to Clove Road, thence
through new road being built called Louisiana Road to Old Town Road, back to
thence through Southfield Avenue to
Barclay Avenue, thence through private property (that farmland park soon be
extension of Southfield Avenue and new road named Tiffany Road) to Amboy Road
thence through Amboy Road to end of Staten Island in tottenville then back as a
subway under Arthor Kill to Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
It was decided it won’t take over SIR Tottenville Railway from B & O instead IND Tottenville-Perth Amboy line will parallel SIR Tottenville line due to Governor Al Smith wanted to keep SIR Tottenville for freight service.
[Notice Southfeild Avenue was renamed Hylan Blvd.]

SIR North Shore Line
It would have Branches off at ST George then curve North on ST Mark Place to Westervelt Avenue as a 3 track subway line, then would have emerged to follow the SIR North Shore ROW to Port Ivory, then to Elizabeth NJ, 2 tracks to Elizabeth New Jersey. But only 2 stations was built to New Brighton-Jersey St and also it was built as a 2 track line instead of 3 tracks.

History (fictional)
Under this 1913 Dual Contract Proposal the City and BMT wanted to expended
Dual Contracts to Staten Island but in early 1920's Mayor John F. Hylan tried to
block the construction from going through or from being completed even through
construction has started in two places, one in Dec 1917 at Huguenot Av on Amboy
Road (that was before he came in office) and other place in June 1922 at 67th
Street near 1st Ave, due to also he made sure that any other remaining portions
of the Dual Contracts that were still not built at the time would not get built
during his tenure at City Hall. There was no way that he would spend City money
for the private traction interests. But the NY Governor Al Smith and his state
legislators took BMT side when it comes to building a subway line in Staten
Island because they felt that Richmond County (Staten Island) need a subway line
really bad. So in 1924 a compromise was reached between BMT, City hall and NY
state legislators regarding to continue construction building subway/elevated
line in Staten Island. Then City hall and NY state legislators made BMT change
the length of the station platforms to 600ft from 530ft before construction can
be completed at any station in Staten Island by BMT agreeing to it that made it
easier for IND to take over, that was the plan behind the scenes. In 1927 when
BMT got into financial problems so they abandoned construction, then around July
1927 IND took over to finish the construction. Stations between Bay Terrace to
Perth Amboy and New York Harbor/Narrows Tunnel was constructed by BMT awhile IND
took over the rest of the stations

IND Victory boulevard
Under this 1929 IND second system proposal this line would branch off the Tottenville Line at the south end Tompkinsville station thrn curve west under Grant Street then under private property and merge as a elevated at Ward Avenue then curve south-west above Victory Blvd at Austin Place, then continues above Victory Blvd to end of Staten Island in Chelsea, then goes back underground to cross Arthur Kill River to Carteret New Jersey the line ends at Roosevelt Avenue and Beverly Street. This line was completed on June 1, 1937. Originally 85% of the route supposed to be underground (from Tompkinsville to Harvey Avenue)  then it was change to 85% of the being elevated due to being 4 times cheaper to build elevated structure as oppose to building a subway. Total cost to build this route was $32,500,000

I'll assume the (B) would be completed after the (Q) to Coney is finished.  Just a hunch.

bango u got that right the (B) is gonna be done right after the (D)
BMT South should be done by the summer

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