The current release (version 1.0) of our Waterloo and City line for BVE is now available for download. Future releases will also be uploaded here.
This version features:
  • Version 1 of the class 482 (1992 stock)
  • A unique opportunity to work ‘shifts’ with each diagram offering the potential to drive up to four round trips
  • Two authentic ‘driving modes’ within the train including: Restricted Manual and Full Speed Manual
  • A beta version of our in-cab CCTV

The Waterloo and City line is unique on the London Underground network in that it only serves two stations. Due to the short length of the line, we did something that is rare in the BVE world: return journeys! Most ‘turns’ start at Waterloo and include up to 4 return journeys between Waterloo and Bank, giving you a chance experience a real ‘shift’ just as actual drivers do. Our route is set in the mid 2000s before the complete refurbishment of the trains and line. During this period the trains still sported the distinctive ‘Network SouthEast’ livery left over from the privatisation of British Rail in 1994.

Please follow the instructions carefully when installing this.

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Please follow the instructions carefully when installing this.
Ensure you have the latest version of OpenBVE installed before downloading this.

Before driving the train please read the driving guide. This train has been designed to be driven like the real thing, so it is important to familiarise yourselves with how to drive in each mode.