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Post by HijauKuda on Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:30 am

I do find trains new for the French of SNCF on this download website page
http://obts.wikia.com/wiki/France#1927.7E1952_Passenger_RailwayPostOffice

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also new route

Post by vpodhola on Fri Feb 21, 2014 6:20 pm

I have found there also a new (I suppose it is a new one) route Provence long 40 km. It looks well BUT you must wait 30 - 60 seconds for each action !!! It was problem to finish and close the programme. All other routes and trains work normally.
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Re: trains new for the French

Post by tof63 on Sat Feb 22, 2014 12:03 am

In this page: http://obts.wikia.com/wiki/France#1927.7E1952_Passenger_RailwayPostOffice there are about 60 links to other web pages, but none of them seems to spot the "Provence" word.
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Re: trains new for the French

Post by laurentM on Sat Feb 22, 2014 7:58 am

You can find 'Provence' route under the subfolder named 'routes' of http://downloads.bvefrance.fr/herve/ main entry point.

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Post by tof63 on Sat Feb 22, 2014 10:02 pm

Thank you.
It seems that to have the two routes working a huge number of 7z files have to be downloaded, one by one, from different folders...
Not user friendly at all... expecially for new byes.
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Re: trains new for the French

Post by fcancalon on Mon Apr 07, 2014 6:19 pm

For all those who like/love French trains, you can visit directly this page:
http://ubuntero89.free.fr/downloads/herve/ 
and particularly the folder 'trains' which includes a lot of already prepared consists:


  • BB-22241_corail_usi (electric locomotive BB22200 + USI passengers coaches)
  • BB15-005_corail_13v (electric locomotive BB15000 + 13 CORAIL passengers coaches)
  • BB22-304_ter_4v (electric locomotive BB22200 + 4 CORAIL passenger coaches for regional IC services)


  • BB22-347_corail_11v (electric locomotive BB22200 + 11 CORAIL passenger coaches)
  • BB22-365_fret_8w (electric locomotive BB22200 + 8 cargo wagons)
  • BB26-002_citerne_10w (electric locomotive BB26000 + 10 tank wagons)
  • BB26-002_corail_vu_v (electric locomotive BB26000 + VU passenger coaches)
  • BB426-192_fret_dmh (electric locomotive BB26000 + cargo wagons)


  • BB7204_corail_vtu_10 (electric locomotive BB7200 + 10 CORAIL passenger coaches)
  • BB7291_corail_ter_4v (electric locomotive BB7200 + 4 CORAIL passenger coaches for regional IC services)
  • BB7404_corail_5v (electric locomotive BB7200 + 5 CORAIL passenger coaches)
  • CC6559_fret_5v (electric locomotive CC6500 + 5 passenger coches)
  • CC72085_corail_6v (diesel locomotive CC72000 + 6 CORAIL passenger coaches)

  • Le_Cevenol_1986_10v (a diesel train that was linking Paris and the South of France though the Central Massif)
  • Le_Mistral_1973_13v and Le_Mistral_1981_15v and Le_Mistral_1982_14v, before the TGV a jewel of SNCF, between Paris, Lyon and Marseille and the Cote d'Azur
  • Le_Phoceen_1988_12v, before the TGV a night train between Paris and Marseille
  • Le_Rhodanien_1973_9v and Le_Rhodanien_1981_9v, such as Le Mistral but between Paris and Marseille only
  • Le_Train_Bleu_1982_1.. and Le_Train_Bleu_1989_1.. a night train from Paris to the Cote d'Azur
  • Simplon_Express well known
  • X2800, X4500_2R, x4500 and x4900 a collection of DMUs


Enjoy  Smile


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Re: trains new for the French

Post by HijauKuda on Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:52 pm

fcancalon wrote:For all those who like/love French trains, you can visit directly this page:
http://ubuntero89.free.fr/downloads/herve/

Sir fcancalon
I do find your download link is bad link and is not working
Is there a possible correction?

Good day and night for you
Hijau

Edit:  I do find your link is now good link and is now working!  It is very strange.  I do apologize.




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Re: trains new for the French

Post by fcancalon on Tue Apr 08, 2014 5:26 pm

Yes, I confirm that 
http://ubuntero89.free.fr/downloads/herve/
is leading sometimes to an error page. Quite a surprise.

Well, you just have to go to
https://sites.google.com/site/bvefrance/projets-francophones
then click on the link 'téléchargements' (this means 'download') on the right of the locomotive pic.
Then you will reach...
http://ubuntero89.free.fr/downloads/herve/

I do not know the difference, but normally it should work (at least it is working on my laptop)  Smile

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Re: trains new for the French

Post by vpodhola on Tue Apr 08, 2014 6:43 pm

The route Provence has not any background so I have manufactured my scenery.
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Re: trains new for the French

Post by fcancalon on Wed Apr 09, 2014 7:20 pm

Let us add that (naturally) the TGV is available 
It is possible to download it here:

http://hstopenbve.blogspot.com (thanks Manuel !)

With 

  • the TGV first generation (the orange one)

  • the TGV 'la Poste' (the Yellow one, different versions) 


  • the TGV Atlantique / Réseau (grey-blue)


  • The TMST (TransManche SuperTrain)


  • The TGV Duplex (double-deck)


  • The TGV 'Thalys' (red)


  • The TGV POS (grey-blue)



... As well as a collection of other high speed trains Smile

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Re: trains new for the French

Post by fcancalon on Sun Apr 13, 2014 7:35 pm

tof63 wrote:Thank you.
It seems that to have the two routes working a huge number of 7z files have to be downloaded, one by one, from different folders...
Not user friendly at all... expecially for new byes.

Hervé, the author of the route, is now:
- preparing a simplified package, in order to facilitate the download,
- checking & reviewing the objects, in order to reduce their size and make the trip on the routes smoother,
- adding the background on all routes (it was available, but only for one route).
Let us give Hervé a few weeks and I am sure you will be happy Very Happy

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Re: trains new for the French

Post by jorgecerezo on Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:13 am

Hi,

This is the new French trains website from Herve: http://openbve.toile-libre.org/

They are all excellent trains.

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