4.1 Subways

4.1.4 New York

NYCTA line D

Screen dump of a view from the line
Line D in New York's subway (part of the 6th Avenue linen, part of the Queens Boulevard linen, part of the 8th Avenue linen and the Concourse linen, all former IND), for the class R68 subway train. This line is entirely under the surface and begins at 34th Street goes to 205th Street in Bronx. After that station the trains i moved to a lay-up track. Announcements of all stations and connecting lines. There are 2 alternatives for this line: One alternative uses the express tracks at the 8th Avenue line west of Central Park skipping a number of stations there. The other alternative is an afternoon train that goes express both west of Central Park and in Bronx. Generic stations, no trackside details, no details at stations.
Travis Alexander talexander@minspring.com
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Tony tonywalnuts@msn.com
Mike dispatcher484@yahoo.com
24 min.
19220 m
29 min.
19220 m
 Works with BVE 2:
 Works with BVE 4:
Known problems:
There are some errors in the route definition.
Line description:
The real world line D at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything on the 6th Avenue line.
Everything on the Queens Boulevard linen.
Everything on the 8th Avenue line.
Everything on the Concourse line.
Track map over the southern part of the line on Manhattan (orange tracks on the map northwards from 34th Street turning westwards after Rockefeller Center and then blue tracks northwards from 59th Street/Columbus Circle)
Track map over the center part of the line on Manhattan (blue tracks on the map)
Track map over the northern part of the line on Manhattan and the rush hour alternative up to Bronx (the route of the line on the map is not correct, the correct route is blue tracks on the map up to 145th Street< there the line normally ends, and from there blue tracks up to Bedford Park for the rush hour alternative).
The route of the line simulated for line D is not the present, but as it was from summer 2001 until winter 2003-2004.
Download from:
This route was distributed by the since long time ago defunct website www.nyctba.com. The same group of creators has created a new version of the D line
To download from this website:
Last update of this directory entry:

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