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Websites worth a look

General information & service
Homepage of the openBVE simulator. In case you need to look for any kind of documentation, check for program updates, or download the developer tools, this is the right place to go to.

Home of the BVE simulator. This site is unfortunately in Japanese only, but free online services such as Google Translator will give you the clue...

An overview of openBVE and BVE routes created by an enthusiast. If you are searching for some route, try here. Author is present on the forum as: fcancalon
The same website also has a section dedicated to available rolling stock; it is basically worth going through all the sections. Author is present on the forum as: fcancalon

Developer's homes
Graymac's website with his beautiful Irish and Welsh routes and also Irish rolling stock. The author is very active on the openBVE scene, still releasing new add ons.

Home of a well-known UK developer Chris Lees. Some very interesting projects are in progress; for example a steam locomotive. Chris is developing the simulator program further.

BrnoBVE Website. Home of the First Brno Track and Czech animated trains. The website also contains a few developing tools, free objects and a photo gallery of locos.

Website of a very talented developer Steve Thomas. His HQ trains are a must to have for your rolling stock. Make sure to pay Steve a visit, you will not be disappointed.

Home of the well-known Anthony Bowden's work. Contains highly realistic and detailed stuff for openBVE, formulas for animations and much more.

Home of the Island line, Great Western route and a fictional tram network. An active website with works currently in progress, hopefully we can expect more routes.

This Hungarian website has got many contributors. The site is very active and provides quality content; routes, objects and helpful tools included.

BVE Virginia website. This is the homepage of the Blueridge route and all corresponding trains. The website appears inactive at the moment, no news in a while.

BVE Train Maintenance Depot provides a selection of UK rolling stock. According to the manager's office, a few more vehicles are being worked on...

This website provides a regularly updated database of London-based openBVE tube routes. If you are an underground enthusiast, this might be the signpost for you.

Website of italian BVE fans. It contains Italian trains and routes, some of them very nice indeed. Definitely worth trying. Italian and English language.

Website of Luigi Cartello. It contains valuable information on object, route and train building. If you are an aspiring add-on developer, take a look at this site. Italian and English language.

Manuel's openBVE website, which focuses on high-speed trains from around the globe. If you are a fan of really fast trains, this will be your choice.

Other Forums
Large BVE forums from behind the ocean, that is BVE Station. Mostly focused on US addons and subways, provides downloads and also some tips for beginners.

Useful sites
A brilliant online service to edit your pictures. If you cannot afford expensive software such as Photoshop to process your textures, try this website. It is free and provides many features.

Audacity is an open-source, cross-platform program that allows you to record, edit and mix sounds. It can be useful for recording station announcements etc. Offers adding effects, too.

Last updated April 2nd, 2017