4.3 Railroads

4.3.1 Japan

Sagami line

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
A part of the Sagami line (JR East) for the class 35 DMU. The simulation is of a local train from Nishisamukawa to Chigasaki some time back in the 1970s. At that time the branch line between Nishisamukawa and Samukawa was still open for traffic (it was closed in 1984) and the Sagami linewas not electrified (it was electrified 1989--1991). The line goes through a beautiful agricultural landscape, very different from the densly built areea that surrounds the line nowadays. Well done route with nice graphic objects and realistic switches.
Creator:
Mr. Quu Takahashi YRI04603@nifty.com
Alt.:
Local
 Stations:
5
 Stops:
4
 TTR:
14 min.
 Distance:
6420 m
Vehicle:
35
 Works with BVE 2:
Yes
 Works with BVE 4:
Unknown
Known problems:
In OpenBVE there are problems with non-transparency in some graphic objects.

It can be fixed by downloading the file archive JNR-Sagami-O.rar that contains graphic objects adapted for OpenBVE. Unpack and place the unpaced directory JNR-Sagami-O in the directory Railway/Object (should they exist, overwrite present files with the same name).

Line description:
Wikipedia on the Sagami line, Pictures and sound clips from stations at the Sagami line , Map over and pictures of remains from the closed branch line between Samukawa via Nishisamukawa to a freght staion at the end of the line (text in Japanese), Line map of JR East lines in GreaterTokyo. The Sagami line is in the lower left part of the map in blue-green color.
Misc.:
Works with OpenBVE if adapted graphic objects are downloaded and used instead of the original objects. See the text above.
Download from:
The creator's website, from which the route could be dowloaded, has disappeared from the Internet. Until an official site for the route may reappear, the route can be downloaded from this website.
To download from this website:
The Sagami line
Graphic objects adapted for OpenBVE
Last update of this directory entry:
2011-Dec-8-


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