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I Made Times Square (Minecraft NYC Subway 3)



4. New York City is a very stroller-friendly city. We brought a side-by-side double umbrella stroller and had no problems getting around the city, with exception of the subway stairs. One station had a lift that made it easier, but most did not.




I made Times Square (Minecraft NYC Subway 3)



Originally the plan was to take the subway. I found this great video on how to take the New York subway from LGA to time square. By taking the subway from LaGuardia, it will only cost you $2.75. Alas, none of us had slept the night before our trip and we were too exhausted to think.


NYCTA line G Description: Line G in New York's subway (part of the Brooklyn/Queens Crosstown line plus a part of the Queens Boulevard line, both former IND) for the class R46 subway train. The line starts at the station Court Square in Queens and goes to Smith/9th Street in Brooklyn (without ever going to Manhattan). Detailed line, both stations and trackside. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of all stations and connections. Creator: Kevin kevin@digitechnix.com Alt.: Express Stations: 16 Stops: 9 TTR: 23 min. Distance: 12373 m Alt.: Local Stations: 16 Stops: 15 TTR: 23 min. Distance: 12373 m Vehicle: R-46 Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: There are more objects to download for this line than are included in the route's archive file. All archives listed in the "Download from"-section below are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly. The object directory LefShut comes with the A line which also needs to be downloaded. Line description: The real world line G at the web site www.nycsubway.org:All about the Brooklyn/Queens Crosstown lineAll about the Queens Boulevard line. Misc.: Download from: Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue Object files at BVEstation, 8th Avenue Object files at BVEstation, The A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed. To download from this website: N/A Last update of this directory entry: 2018-Jun-06 NYCTA line J Description: Line J in New York's subway (a small part of the Queens Boulevard Line, former IND, the Jamaica line, then via the Williamsburg bridge to Manhattan and the Nassau Street line, those later all former BMT). This J line simulation begins at a lay-up track beyond Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer in Queens, starts revenue service at that station, and goes via Brooklyn to Broad Street at lower Manhattan. Then the train is moved, out of revenue service, to a layup track beyond the last station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. Different alternatives for the whole or parts of the line at various times of day. Creator: Mr Railfan jayjay85 Phantom909 Dj Hammers Alt.: Midday A Stations: 30 Stops: 27 TTR: 49 min. Distance: 21715 m Alt.: Midday B Stations: 30 Stops: 28 TTR: 50 min. Distance: 21921 m Alt.: Rush hrs. express A Stations: 30 Stops: 20 TTR: 49 min. Distance: 21715 m Alt.: Rush hrs. express B Stations: 30 Stops: 21 TTR: 50 min. Distance: 21921 m Vehicle: R-160A Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. This route uses four object packs that are not included in the route's archive file. All archives are listed in the "Download from"-section below and are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly. Line description: Real life line J at the web site www.nycsubway.org: Everything about the Queens Boulevard line,Everything about the Jamaica line and the Nassau Street line Misc.: Download from: This line comes in a bundle with the M line and the Z line. Download Route, object and sound files at BVEstation, 6th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, 8th Avenue object pack at BVEstation, Culver object pack at BVEstation, A line at BVEstation from which the LefShut object directory is needed. To download from this website: N/A Last update of this directory entry: 2018-Jun-15 NYCTA line L Description: Line L in New York's subway (Canarsie line, former BMT), for the class R-143 subway train. The line goes from Rockaway Parkway in Brooklyn to 8th Avenue on Manhattan. Announcements of stations and connecting lines. Nice landscape details outdoors. The creators of the line have made an effort to get the signal aspects to look like they do in real life. Few trackside details and details at stations. Creator: Travis Alexander talexander@mindspring.com Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com Robert Marrero r36_9346@hotmail.com Oren H oren@orenstransitpage.com Alt.: Towards Manhattan Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 37 min. Distance: 16500 m Vehicle: R-143 Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: This line uses graphical objects from the NYCTA E line, which must be installed before this line can be used.The graphic objects for class R-143 trains are not shown properly.


NYCTA line L Description: Line L in New York's subway (Canarsie line, former BMT), for the class R-143 subway train. The line goes from Rockaway Parkway in Brooklyn to 8th Avenue on Manhattan. Announcements of stations and connecting lines. Nice landscape details outdoors. The creators of the line have made an effort to get the signals and signal aspects to look like they do in real life. Few details at stations. Creator: Yannic Alt.: To Bedford Av. Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 27 min. Distance: 16365 m Alt.: Evening Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 27 min. Distance: 16365 m Alt.: To Lorimer St. Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 27 min. Distance: 16365 m Alt.: Night Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 27 min. Distance: 16365 m Alt.: Rush hour Stations: 24 Stops: 23 TTR: 27 min. Distance: 16365 m Vehicle: R-143 Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: The timetables show the same departure and arrival time for all route alternatives, not considering the time of day stated.The 2 evening alternatives to Bedford Avenue and Lorimer Street actually go to 8th Avenue as the 3 other alternatives.


NYCTA line M Description: Line M in New York's subway (the remaining part of the Myrtle Avenue line, part of the Jamaica line, then via the Williamsburg bridge to Manhattan and the Nassau Street line, all former BMT). The M line begins at Middle Village - Astoria Avenue in Queens and goes via Brooklyn to Broad Street in lower Manhattan. Then the train is moved, out of revenue service, to a layup track beyond the last station. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. Different alternatives for the whole or parts of the line at various times of day. Creator: Mr Railfan jayjay85 Phantom909 Dj Hammers Alt.: To Chambers St. Stations: 16 Stops: 15 TTR: 29 min. Distance: 11772 m Alt.: To Essex St. Stations: 13 Stops: 12 TTR: 25 min. Distance: 9868 m Alt.: Express Stations: 18 Stops: 15 TTR: 36 min. Distance: 13158 m Alt.: Local Stations: 18 Stops: 18 TTR: 36 min. Distance: 13158 m Alt.: Shuttle to M.A. Stations: 8 Stops: 7 TTR: 14 min. Distance: 4786 m Vehicle: R-160A Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: Line description: Real life line M at the web site www.nycsubway.org: Everything about the Myrtle Avenue line, Everything about the Jamaica line and the Nassau Street line Misc.: Download from: This line comes in a bundle with the J line and the Z line. For downloads, se the J line. To download from this website: N/A Last update of this directory entry: 2018-Jun-15 NYCTA line N Description: Line N in New York's subway (the Astoria line, part of the Broadway line part of the 4th Avenue line, Manhattan Bridge and the Sea Beach line, all former BMT). The line starts at Astoria/Ditmars Boulevard in Queens and goes via Manhattan to Bay 50th Street in Brooklyn. There are no less than 27 (!) alternatives for this line. The creators of this route have made a simulation of very high class. A lot of details trackside and in the urban environment, soft curves and realistic switches. Creator: Mr Railfan jayjay85 Phantom909 BVEstation staff Vehicle: R-160A, R-160B, R-32 + R-58 garbage train, R-68 Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: A few switches are shown in another position than the train goes. Line description: The real world line N at the web site www.nycsubway.org:Everything on the Astoria line.Everything on the Broadway line.Everything on the 4th Avenue linenEverything on the Sea Beach line. Misc.: With this route are also bundled a few line M and line W alternatives, and also a garbage train's route through the subway system. Download from: BVEstation To download from this website: N/A Last update of this directory entry: 2018-Jun-10 NYCTA line Q Description: Line Q in New York's subway (Brighton line, Manhattan Bridge, Broadway line, 60th Street tunnel and Astoria line; all former BMT) for the various classes of subway trains. The Q line begins at Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard in Queens, goes to Manhattan and then to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn. The team behind this route provides a well-done and beautiful simulation of the highest class. Stations, trackside objects and the urban environment is detailed. Soft curves and realistic switches, announcement of stations and connections. No less than 25 alternatives for the whole or parts of the line with various train classes and time of day. Creator: Mr Railfan jayjay85 Phantom909 BVEstation staff Vehicle: R-1, R-160A, R-160B, R-68 Works with OpenBVE: Yes Known problems: There are more objects to download for this line than is mentioned on the route's download page. All archives listed in the Download from-section below are needed to get this route to display the graphics properly. 041b061a72


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