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  1. #1
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    Default Updated Japanese Route

    Noticed that the Hokuhoku Line has been updated...........

    To get it .... go to... http://fine.tok2.com/home/hoku2sen/bve/file

    and download the 4 files in the boxes

    The Railway is the Hokuetsu Railway, (A private company, nothing to do with JR),

    The names of the stations are in order .....

    Echigoyuzawa
    Ishiuchi
    Osawa
    JK Skijyomae
    Shiozawa
    Muikamachi
    Uonumakyuryo
    (Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    Misasima
    Shinza
    Tokamachi
    (Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    Matsudai
    (Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    Hokuhokuosima
    Mushigawaosugi
    Uragawara
    Oikeikoinomori
    Kubiki
    Saigata

    Echigoyuzawa is located about 100 miles North of tokyo
    Saigata is 35 miles North west of Echigoyuzawa on the coast, (roughly half way between Niigata and Toyama)

    John

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    Default RE: Updated Japanese Route

    Nice!

    Actually if you go here :-

    http://fine.tok2.com/home/hoku2sen/bve/en/bvee.htm

    there is more info, and in English too :)

    Ciao

    Saxon Locomotive Works - "The difficult we do immediately; the impossible takes a little longer"

    http://www.zodiac-infosystems.co.uk/rail/bve
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    Default RE: Updated Japanese Route

    >The names of the stations are in order .....
    >
    >Echigoyuzawa
    >Ishiuchi
    >Osawa
    >JK Skijyomae
    >Shiozawa
    >Muikamachi
    >Uonumakyuryo
    >(Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    >Misasima
    >Shinza
    >Tokamachi
    >(Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    >Matsudai
    >(Signal Check) *Enter as station name*
    >Hokuhokuosima
    >Mushigawaosugi
    >Uragawara
    >Oikeikoinomori
    >Kubiki
    >Saigata
    >
    I think you can add to the end of the list:

    Kuroi
    Naoetsu



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    Default RE: Updated Japanese Route

    Instalation files makes two folders - one is called ????? and I cannot set into this folder and I cannot delete it too! If I follow your link, I find the link for needed train 115 ("- 115 Series Please download a vehicle from the page here. "To the minobuline"..."), but when I click on this link (in "BVE for English" called page), I saw the Japan page and cannot read at all. Grrrrrrrrrrr!

    Can anybody say how much versions of route files this route has and why I downloaded hk100 train which I don't need to use them???





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    Default RE: Updated Japanese Route

    There were originally 3 extra runs made for the HK100 EMU (3834M,836M & 842M) but of course the scenery was not as detailed as in the new route files.

    If you want to make one of these diagrams use the 1008M diagram and post these times instead

    (Diagram 3834M)
    Echigoyuzawa:10.3300;10.3500; ;1;0;0;;35;70;hoku2\kaiechi2.wav,
    Ishiuchi;P
    Osawa;P
    JK Skijyomae;P
    Shiozawa;P
    Muikamachi;10.5000;10.5100; ;1;1; 0;hoku2\kainaotsu.wav; 20;67;
    Uonumakyuryo;P
    (Signal Check) P
    Misasima;P
    Shinza;P
    Tokamachi; ;11.0200; ;1;1; 0 ;hoku2\kainaoetsu01.wav; 20;50,
    (Signal Check);P
    Matsudai; ;11.1100; ;1;0; 0 ;hoku2\kaiseiriken.wav; 20;45;,
    (Signal Check) ;P
    Hokuhokuosima; ;11.1900; ;-1;0; 0 ;hoku2\kaiseiriken.wav; 20;43;,
    Mushigawaosugi; ;11.2400; ;-1;0;0;hoku2\kaiseiriken.wav; 20;40;,
    Uragawara; ;11.2600; ;-1;0; 0 ;hoku2\kaiseiriken.wav; 20;40;,
    Oikeikoinomori;P
    Kubiki;11.3100;11.3200; ;1;0; 0 ;hoku2\kaiseiriken.wav;
    Saigata;11.3600;11.3700; ;-1;1; 0 ;hoku2\kainaoetsu01.wav; 20;32;,
    Kuroi; P;
    Naoetsu;11.4400;T; ;-1;1;0; ;0;20,.

    Actually the run from Echigoyuzawa to Muikamachi is actually the JR Joetsu Line,
    and from Saigata to Naoetsu is the JR Shin Etsu Line. Only the part inbetween is the HK Railway.

    (I got this information from a Japanese railway route program I've managed to get running in English !. All being well I will post the download infomation and alterations to get it to run in English at the weekend)

    John




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