Another popular Train Simulator with the notable highlight of being freeware! Also note the new OpenBVE version with many new features - well worth a look!

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Post by fakenham1 »

Noticed the great news that Anthony Bowden has resumed work for openbve projects after some time off due to real life commitments. Nice one!
Website here with the recent news on his blog page.
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Post by jpilborough »

Fantastic news! I more or less assumed he had gone quiet for good.

His work for BVE was of the highest quality and way ahead of it's time. The combination of the scenery of the X-City south route and excellent sounds which captured the distinctiveness of the Class 323 was absolute magic.
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Post by TransportSteve »

This is good news for BVE fans, personally I preferred BVE4 to openbve, but, I'll wait and see what is created for the modern PC set up.

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