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Toronto BAHN Layouts

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Screenshot from the TTC streetcar simulation tstcar45.zip.

Toronto has a rich history of rail transit, and to this day has much to offer for the BAHN modeller. The Toronto Transit Commission and its predecessors have been operating subways since 1954 and streetcars since the 1860s. The city has seen proposals and counter proposals for new streetcar and subway lines, and the TTC's sister operation, GO Transit, is no slouch either in the rail transit department. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that several BAHN simulations of Toronto exist, and you shall see them below. All these simulations are available as freeware, and all will be converted to BAHN 3.58 as soon as time permits.

Layouts Available

Commuter Rail (by Nick Haste) (ver 3.0) (January 1995) (86K - BAHN 3.40)

Streetcars (ver 3.0) (Feb 13, 1945) (590K - BAHN 3.58)

Streetcars (ver 2.2) (Aug 28, 1998) (295K - BAHN 3.40)

Streetcars (ver 1.1a) (Apr 1, 2011) (300K - BAHN 3.40)

Subways (ver 2.1) (Jan 3, 1998) (290K - BAHN 3.40)

Subways (by Neil Hacioglu) (ver 2.0) (circa 2035) (290K - BAHN 3.58)

Subways (by Neil Hacioglu) (ver 1.0) (circa 1959) (18K - BAHN 3.58)

Trolley Buses (ver 1.1) (Aug 2, 1991) (260K - BAHN 3.40)

The CN Tower (ver 1.0 by Chris Amiel) (1998) (260K - BAHN 3.40)

Layouts Coming Soon

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