The places are fictional, but many features will be recognised by those familiar with the west of Ireland, where most of the photo images used are sourced
First Irish scene for the OpenBVE simulator and followed all over the world by fans on Facebook. The latest release is BWR2015.
The previously released routes are updated and the full range of passenger and freight movements now have corrected track gauge of 1600mm. All motive power has been equipped with working Irish CAWS safety system.
The Kilmagranny route is a represention the railways of Ireland as they were in the period between late 1960s to the mid 1970s. All semaphore signalling and manual level crossing gates.
Kilmagranny Irish railway 1960’s scene
Cwm Twypsin - The Welsh experience
Celtictrainsim’s Welsh scenario. Based on the Newport to Abergavenny railway for the first part and an entirely fictional branch beyond Abergavenny, with a Welsh flavour influenced by the south Wales valleys and the heart of Wales line.
“Cheltenham” -new 1960 GWR scene
Celtictrainsim’s GWR scene. A re-creation of the part of the Cheltenham to Banbury line, as far as Andoversford, which was closed by 1965. New rolling stock is also provided for use with this route - see ‘downloads’.
about the OpenBVE simulator programme
Notes, tips and links to help obtain the freeware sim programme and components