Welcome to trainsimstuff.org, the new home for OpenBVE route add-ons created by the trainsimcentral team!

On this site you will find the Network West Midlands suite of routes, the Northern Line, and in time some of the older routes and miscellanea formerly hosted on trainsimcentral.co.uk.

The files on this site are for the free train cab view simulator OpenBVE. The program can be found on Steve Thomas' site.


Note that the trains from trainsimcentral (except the LU stock required for the London Underground routes) have been re-distributed to other community sites. Please see the External Links page to visit them.

Trainsimstuff.org is maintained by Steve Green, on behalf of the tsc team.

Twitter Feed remains at http://twitter.com/trainsimcentral

Latest website news:

NWM Update

posted 7 Jan 2014, 00:40 by steve green

The 2013/4 update to Network West Midlands has been uploaded. The change log for v12.13 is:

Additional route files
Improved variation on some train diagrams
Improved scenery
Bug fixes

Happy New Year from the team!

NWM Updated

posted 24 Dec 2012, 08:49 by steve green

NWM has been updated this afternoon to version 12.12. Along with many other improvements, the earlier 2001-2005 era has been added, some areas have been updated, and there are many new passing trains; with thanks to Steve Thomas. Work continues on some new branch lines. Merry Christmas!

Update to Official OpenBVE homepage links

posted 1 Jul 2012, 03:43 by steve green

Jens has taken over development of the OpenBVE project, and his homepage can be found at http://odakyufan.zxq.net/ A new version of OpenBVE has been uploaded this week.

There is also a community mirror of Michelle's original homepage at http://openbve.org. This site also hosts much of the original help and support documentation.

Closure of trainsimframework.org

posted 9 May 2012, 08:49 by steve green

Owing to michelle ceasing development of the sim, and the expiry of the domain and hosting package, the website which hosted the main OpenBVE program is unavailable. I've just been informed that the main program can be downloaded from the BVEStation site: http://forums.bvestation.com/index.php?topic=1643.0

NWM now available (again)

posted 27 Jan 2012, 23:55 by steve green

We're pleased to announce that Network West Midlands has been re-uploaded. This release, v01.12 provides some bug fixes and a few tweaks. We are now preparing the 2000-2005 era diagrams. These have some differences to the 2006-2010 routes in terms of track layout and OHLE at some locations, and the obvious changes in liveries, train classes and station ticketing/CIS technology. Hopefully not such as long gap in updates compared to last time! We are also working on an electrified extension from the left hand platforms at Clifton Greenbridge.

New home for trains

posted 24 Jan 2012, 05:24 by steve green

With thanks to Martin Corbett and Steve Thomas, the trains formerly hosted at Trainsimcentral have found new homes. The HST, Class 37/4 and Class 66 are now at Martin's website BVETMD. The classes 153, 158, 170, 220, 323 and 390 are at Steve's website: BVE4Trains.


posted 21 Jan 2012, 15:41 by steve green

Site launched.

The Northern Line and some of the old routes have been re-uploaded. NWM downloads are currently on hold as the next version will be uploaded soon. The NWM update will feature the addition of some routes from the 2001-2005 era plus various bug fixes. Work will continue on the suite, with some further updates coming in more frequent bite sized chunks. The site is still under construction, so please bear with us!

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