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Latest News (10th April 2019)
  • Projects resuming, UkTrainSys bugfix update released, new HTML5 design launched - for more information, please visit the Railsimroutes.net blog.

Inset image of project Welcome to Railsimroutes.net, where realistic, detailed, immersive and graphically rich add-ons are being developed for openBVE, a licence free, open source, free-of-charge train driving simulator.

Please use the navigators above to browse the site. You can read my blog for the latest news and updates regarding what's happening here at Railsimroutes.net. You can download routes, find help and other information via the Projects page, view a selection of screenshots on the Gallery page, and find plenty of useful or interesting sites to visit on the Links page.

You can follow the progress of two openBVE route projects currently being developed - Birmingham Cross-City South v2.0, running from Redditch to Birmingham's busy New Street station, and the WCML Watford Junction to Rugby route. Both projects will make use of the various features and capabilities provided by openBVE. You can also follow progress with development of the UkTrainSys cross-platform .NET plugin for openBVE, which aims to simulate a variety of systems found on trains which operate in the UK. You can also visit the links below for more information, help with openBVE, miscellaneous downloads, and to read about the history of Railsimroutes.net:


About openBVE


openBVE is an open source, licence free, internationally aware, cross-platform, free-of-charge train driving simulator, with an emphasis on in-cab driving, realistic physics, braking and safety system simulation. openBVE uses OpenGL and OpenAL for graphics and audio respectively, and being cross-platform, is designed to run on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Please visit the openBVE homepage for more information, as well as the Railsimroutes.net openBVE Help and Information section.

Some key openBVE features:


Web Standards


This site is HTML5 and CSS level 3 compliant, and should render correctly in recent browsers.


Content last updated: 10th April 2019