Downloads

From here you can download BAHN and several data. If that seems to be impossible because a server is too slow or instable then try to use another server or one of the download addresses from the links list.

p_u BAHN 3.88r4 - Current Version, Fourth Release
p_u BAHN 3.88r3 - Current Version, Third Release
p_u BAHN 3.87r2 - Previous Version, Second Release
p_u Signals
p_u Stop Signals
p_u Distant Signals
p_u Combined Signals
p_u Some More Data
p_u MD5 Hashes for the Downloads

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BAHN 3.88r4 - Current Version, Fourth Release

The version 3.88r4 includes some error fixes compared with 3.88r3 and a few new vehicles.
If your 3.88r3 is running without trouble, then a new installation is not needed.

Contents Files Archive file
(self-extracting or zip)
Remarks
BAHN Version 3.88r4
(English/englisch)

fla_eng.gif

all you need

b388r4en.exe
(2016-10-23)
14,420,136 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows XP or higher needed)
BAHN Version 3.88r4
(German/deutsch)

fla_deu.gif

all you need

b388r4de.exe
(2016-10-23)
14,453,121 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows XP or higher needed)
BAHN Version 3.88r4
(Czech/Česky)
translated by Pavel Macků, CZ

fla_ces.gif

all you need

b388r4cz.exe
(2016-12-12)
14,453,458 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows XP or higher needed)
Russian texts for BAHN 3.88r4
by Aleks Zabreyko (Алекс Забрейко), US and Alexander Yablockov (Александр Яблоков), RU

fla_ros.gif

bahn388r4ru.lng
bahn388r4ru.lnv

b388r4_ru.zip
(2016-12-03, update)
318,222 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.88r4 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive files into the BAHN388 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.88r4 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

(vehicle details are partially in English)

Dutch texts for BAHN 3.88r4
by Wim van't Klooster, NL

fla_ned.gif

B388r4nl.lng
B388r4nl.lnv

b388r4_nl.zip
(2016-11-02)
307,224 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.88r4 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN388r4 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.88r4 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

Information about installation and introduction about BAHN ("First Steps" Help topic in Dutch): BAHN_voor_beginners

French texts for BAHN 3.88r4
by Sébastien Tétaz, FR

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B388r4vf.lng
B388r4vf.lnv
Lisezmoi388_r2avf.txt
Lisezmoi2_388r2avf.txt
LicenceF388_r2a.txt
BahnF388r2a.html
Historique_388r2a.html
Reseau_388r2a.html
bahn.css

b388r4_fr.zip
(2016-12-04)
417,022 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.88r4 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN388 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.88r4 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

The documentations (".txt, .html") still describe the version 3.88r2/r2a. However, there are only minor differences.
The "bahn.css" file does not contain information self. It only serves to make the ".html" files look better.

BAHN 3.88r3 - Current Version, Third Release

The version 3.88r3 includes some error fixes compared with 3.88r2a.
If your 3.88r2a is running without trouble, then a new installation is not needed.

Contents Files Archive file
(self-extracting or zip)
Remarks
BAHN Version 3.88r3
(English/englisch)

fla_eng.gif

all you need

b388r3en.exe
(2015-12-27)
14,212,773 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows XP or higher needed)
BAHN Version 3.88r3
(German/deutsch)

fla_deu.gif

all you need

b388r3de.exe
(2015-12-27)
14,249,330 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows XP or higher needed)
Polish texts for BAHN 3.88r3
by Krzysztof Bojda and Łukasz Pastuszczak, PL

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b388r3pl.lng
b388r3pl.lnv

b388r3_pl.zip
(2016-01-30)
267,352 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.88r3 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN388 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.88r3 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

BAHN 3.87r2 - Previous Version, Second Release

Compared with BAHN 3.87r2, this version contains a few bug fixes (error corrections). If 3.87r2 is running well, then a new installation is not needed.

Contents Files Archive file
(self-extracting or zip)
Remarks
BAHN Version 3.87r2
(English/englisch)

fla_eng.gif

all you need

b387r2en.exe
(2013-11-20)
13,603,972 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows 98 or higher needed)
BAHN Version 3.87r2
(German/deutsch)

fla_deu.gif

all you need

b387r2de.exe
(2013-11-20)
13,643,132 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows 98 or higher needed)
BAHN Version 3.87r2
(Czech/Česky)
translated by Pavel Macků, CZ

fla_ces.gif

all you need

b387r2cz.exe
(2013-12-25)
13,593,050 bytes
Copy to any directory (folder) and run it.
(MS-Windows 98 or higher needed)
Dutch texts for BAHN 3.87r2
by Wim van't Klooster, NL

fla_ned.gif

B387r2nl.lng
B387r2nl.lnv

b387r2nl.zip
(2013-12-01)
297,695 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.87r2 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN387 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.87r2 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

Information about installation and introduction about BAHN ("First Steps" Help topic in Dutch): BAHN_voor_beginners

French texts for BAHN 3.87r2
by Sébastien Tétaz, FR

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B387r2vf.lng
B387r2vf.lnv
Lisezmoi387_r1vf.txt
Lisezmoi2_387_r1vf.txt
LicenceF387_r1.txt
BahnF387r1.html
Historique_387r1.html
Reseau387_r1.html
bahn.css

b387r2fr.zip
(2013-12-18)
402,289 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.87r2 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN387 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.87r2 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

The "bahn.css" file does not contain information self. It only serves to make the ".html" files look better.

Russian texts for BAHN 3.87r2
by Aleks Zabreyko (Алекс Забрейко), US

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bahn387r2ru.lng
bahn387r2ru.lnv

b387r2ru.zip
(2013-12-19)
308,602 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.87r2 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN387 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.87r2 and select the ".lng"/".lnv" files
    via Options-Language-Texts Program/Vehicles

(some vehicle details in English)

Polish texts for BAHN 3.87r2
by Krzysztof Bojda and Łukasz Pastuszczak, PL

fla_pol.gif

B387R2PL.LNG

b387r2_pl.zip
(2014-01-06)
52,808 bytes
  1. Install BAHN 3.87r2 (English or German)
  2. Copy and extract the archive file into the BAHN387 directory (folder)
  3. Run BAHN 3.87r2 and select the ".lng" file
    via Options-Language-Texts Program

(program texts only, without vehicle texts)

Signals

These are so-called user-defined signals. You can use them additionally to the signals that are available in BAHN as standard. More information about handling is found at Creating own graphics elements.

If not mentioned otherwise, then the files contain the data for all the belonging signals for all 8 directions of travel. There, the version right to the way comes first, and then the left-to-way version follows. There are many situations where you can use both, e.g. for multiple-track railway lines or multiple-lane roads.

Stop Signals
Contents Example
(Zoom2)
Files Archive file
(.zip)
Remarks
Traffic lights
with jib, dark-green pole
lza1 lza1.uz1
lza1.uz2
lza1.zip
(2008-12-15)
6,505 bytes

with immediate phases: yellow light when switching to red and to green

is already included when you did install BAHN 3.85 with examples

Traffic lights
with jib, silver-gray pole
lza2 lza2.uz1
lza2.uz2
lza2.zip
(2009-01-15)
6,212 bytes

with immediate phases: yellow light when switching to red and to green

Light signal DB H/V Hp00 DE_DB_Hp00 DBHVHSigHp00.uz1
DBHVHSigHp00.uz2
DBHVHSigHp00.zip
(2008-12-15)
3,546 bytes

used as exit signal of stations in the West German H/V signal system

is already included when you did install BAHN 3.85 with examples

Light signal DB Sh00/01
"Schutzhalt" (Safety stop)
DE_DB_Sh01 DBSh01.uz1
DBSh01.uz2
DBSh01.zip
(2009-01-13)
2,351 bytes

2 white and 2 red lights, used inside stations

also known as "Schotterzwerg" ("Gravel dwarf")

Light signal DB Sh00/01
(DR Lsp/Ra12)
"Schutzhalt" (Safety stop)
DE_DR_Sh01 DRSh01.uz1
DRSh01.uz2
DRSh01.zip
(2009-01-13)
2,534 bytes

2 white and 1 red lights, used inside stations

also known as "Schotterzwerg" ("Gravel dwarf")

Signal DR Ra11/Ra12
(DB Ra11/Sh1)
Waiting sign/Stop for shunting
DE_DR_Ra1112 Ra_11-12.uz1
Ra_11-12.uz2
DE_Ra11-12.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,181 bytes

Capital "W" with 2 white lamps, used inside stations
at night lightened by a lamp over the signal

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Signal DR Ra11b
Waiting sign/Stop for shunting
DE_DR_Ra11b Ra_11b.uz1
Ra_11b.uz2
DE_Ra11b.zip
(2009-06-03)
2,719 bytes

Capital "W", used inside stations
at night lightened by a lamp over the signal
neither lamps nor mechanics: Pictures for "Clear" and "Danger" look the same

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Signal DR Ra11/Ra12
(DB Ra11/Sh1)
Waiting sign/Stop for shunting
DE_Ra11j DE_Ra11.uz1
DE_Ra11.uz2
DE_Ra11.zip
(2009-02-22)
2,716 bytes

Capital "W" with 2 white lamps, used inside stations

Instead of the "Left-to-way" version, the files contain the same signal in white color without lamps, also placed right to way (DR Ra11b)

Here, both versions are not lightened at night

Signal DR Gsp0/Gsp1
"Gleissperrsignal"
DE_Gsp01 DE_Gsp01.uz1
DE_Gsp01.uz2
DE_Gsp01.zip
(2011-09-23)
2,790 bytes

Mechanical signal, used in stations (backside: two white lights)

Instead of a "Left-to-way" version, the files contain the same signal as small signal, also standing right to way

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Semaphore signal DB Hp0/Hp2
Go with limited speed
DE_Hp02 DEHp02.uz1
DEHp02.uz2
DEHp02.zip
(2008-12-28)
4,297 bytes

Semaphore signal with 2 arms by German original

to leave side tracks of stations using restricted speed

Trapezium sign (DE)
DB Ne1 / DR So5
DE_Trapez0 DE_Trapez.uz1
DE_Trapez.uz2
DE_Trapez.zip
(2009-06-24)
2,471 bytes

Entry to vacant station
with white light as "Clear"

Instead of the "Left-to-way" version, the files contain the same signal without lamp, also placed right to way

Mechanical signal
Red Disc
(Disque)
ES_Disc_Red ES_disc_red.uz1
ES_disc_red.uz2
ES_disc_red.zip
(2009-02-22)
3,495 bytes

Red disc, that is rotated to the side around a vertical axis
e.g. as entry signal for stations

by Spanish and French original

Light signal
ÖBB (AT)
AT_OEBB_HS1 OEBB_HS1.uz1
OEBB_HS1.uz2
OEBB_HS1.uz4
OEBB_HS1.zip
(2010-04-18)
4,337 bytes

Light signal by original of ÖBB (Austrian state railways)

by "Südbahner" (AT)

Schutzsignal
("Safety signal")
ÖBB (AT)
AT_OEBB_SchS1 OEBB_SchutzS1.uz1
OEBB_SchutzS1.uz2
OEBB_SchutzS1.uz4
OEBB_SchutzS1.zip
(2012-06-30)
4,790 bytes

Light signal by original of ÖBB (Austria)
used inside stations to separate tracks into multiple sections

by "Südbahner" (AT)

Light signal for trams/streetcars
Bar signal red-green
blkbunt blkbunt.uz1
blkbunt.uz2
blkbunt.zip
(2008-12-15)
2,607 bytes

same as the standard bar signal, but red-green instead white

by origin of Karlsruhe (DE) for single-line sections

Light signal for trams/streetcars
4-point orange
str4p_org str4porange.uz1
str4porange.uz2
str4porange.zip
(2008-12-15)
2,450 bytes

same as the standard 4-point signal, but lamps orange instead yellow

by origin Belgium and Netherlands (?)

Light signal for trams/streetcars
Orange light
SU_Tram tramSU.uz1
tramSU.uz2
tramSU.zip
(2009-01-15)
2,533 bytes

only one lamp: orange = Clear, dark = Stop

by origin former Soviet Union
Graphics by Aleks Serebryakov, RU

Light signal for trams/streetcars
repeating signal for single line sections
ZwSig_1 ZwSig_1.uz1
ZwSig_1.uz2
ZwSig_1.zip
(2009-12-02)
2,502 bytes

only one lamp: dark = Clear, red = Stop (then green into reverse direction)

by original of older signal systems in DE

Light signal red-green
(large, schematic)
XX_LS_S1 XX_LS_S1.uz1
XX_LS_S1.uz2
XX_LS_S1.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,190 bytes

schematic design without real original

for better recognizing in small display (especially in view scale 1:1)

Light signal red-yellow
(large, schematic)
XX_LS_S2 XX_LS_S2.uz1
XX_LS_S2.uz2
XX_LS_S2.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,228 bytes

schematic design without real original

for better recognizing in small display (especially in view scale 1:1)

Distant Signals
Contents Example
(Zoom2)
Files Archive file
(.zip)
Remarks
Light signal DB H/V Vr
Shortened braking distance
DE_DB_HV_Vr_VkB DBHVVrVkBr.uz1
DBHVVrVkBr.uz2
DBHVVrVkBr.zip
(2008-12-15)
2,984 bytes

same as the standard distant signal of DE H/V system, but with additional white light

for marking an unusual short distance between distant and stop signal

Light signal DB H/V Vr
Distant signal repeater
DE_DB_HV_Vr_Wdh DBHVVrWdh.uz1
DBHVVrWdh.uz2
DBHVVrWdh.zip
(2008-12-15)
2,682 bytes

same as the standard distant signal of DE H/V system, but with additional white light and without distant signal plate

as repeater between distant and stop signal

Light signal DR Sv Vr
type VES 1928
DE_DR_Sv28_Vr Sv_1928_Vr.uz1
Sv_1928_Vr.uz2
Sv_1928_Vr.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,541 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1928 ("Stadtbahn")

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Sv Vr
type VES 1937
DE_DR_Sv37_Vr Sv_1937_Vr.uz1
Sv_1937_Vr.uz2
Sv_1937_Vr.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,510 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1937 ("Ringbahn", = "Circle line")

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal
ÖBB (AT)
AT_OEBB_VS1 OEBB_VS1.uz1
OEBB_VS1.uz2
OEBB_VS1.uz4
OEBB_VS1.zip
(2010-04-18)
4,116 bytes

Light signal by original of ÖBB (Austrian state railways)

by "Südbahner" (AT)

Mechanical signal
Yellow Disc
(Disque)
ES_Disc_Yel ES_disc_yellow.uz1
ES_disc_yellow.uz2
ES_disc_yellow.zip
(2009-02-22)
3,810 bytes

Yellow disc, that is rotated to the side around a vertical axis

by Spanish original since 1941

Light signal DR So16
Signal for level crossing
DE_DR_Hl_BUE DE_Hl_BUE.uz1
DE_Hl_BUE.uz2
DE_Hl_BUE.zip
(2009-07-11)
3,346 bytes

DR (GDR), since 2000 also DBAG as Bü0/Bü1
usable as distant signal, connected to a (invisible) stop signal and grade crossing
or alternatively also self as stop signal, connected to a grade crossing

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Mechanical signal DB Vr0/Vr2
Await section with limited speed
DE_DB_Vr02 DEVr02.uz1
DEVr02.uz2
DE_Vr02.zip
(2010-04-18)
3,076 bytes

DB/DBAG (West Germany)
as distant signal for a stop signal Hp0/Hp2
(only "right of way" version available)

by Sander Fondse, NL

Light signal DR EZMG
Hl1/Hl10
DE_DR_EZMG_Vr EZMG-Signale_Vr.uz1
EZMG-Signale_Vr.uz2
DE_EZMG_Vr.zip
(2011-04-09)
2,889 bytes

DR (GDR)
Distant signal in EZMG technology (imported from SU)

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal yellow-green
(large, schematic)
xxls_d1 XX_LS_D1.uz1
XX_LS_D1.uz2
XX_LS_D1.zip
(2009-06-03)
3,206 bytes

schematic design without real original

for better recognizing in small display (especially in view scale 1:1)

Combined Signals

These signals contain 3 graphics each per direction of travel.
In result they work properly only if they are used in BAHN as combined signals. If you assign them in BAHN e.g. as simple stop signals this will cause BAHN to display wrong signal graphics.

Contents Example
(Zoom2)
Files Archive file
(.zip)
Remarks
Light signal combination
Stop signal and Distant signal
CH_L_H_V CH_L_H_V.uz1
CH_L_H_V.uz2
CH_L_H_V.zip
(2008-12-15)
4,715 bytes

by origin Swiss system L

instead of a combined signal

Light signal DR Sv1/2/4
type VES 1928
DE_DR_Sv28_Sv4 Sv_1928_Sv4.uz1
Sv_1928_Sv4.uz2
Sv_1928_Sv4.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,650 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1928 ("Stadtbahn")
with Sv4 (red light) for Stop

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Sv1/2/3
type VES 1928
DE_DR_Sv28_Sv3 Sv_1928_Sv3.uz1
Sv_1928_Sv3.uz2
Sv_1928_Sv3.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,502 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1928 ("Stadtbahn")
with Sv3 (yellow-yellow) for permissive run

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Sv1/2/4
type VES 1937
DE_DR_Sv37_Sv3 Sv_1937_Sv4.uz1
Sv_1937_Sv4.uz2
Sv_1937_Sv4.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,378 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1937 ("Ringbahn", = "Circle line")
with Sv4 (red light) for Stop

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Sv1/2/3
type VES 1937
DE_DR_Sv37_Sv3 Sv_1937_Sv3.uz1
Sv_1937_Sv3.uz2
Sv_1937_Sv3.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,149 bytes

S-Bahn Berlin and Hamburg (el. commuter train networks)
version 1937 ("Ringbahn", = "Circle line")
with Sv3 (yellow-yellow) for permissive run

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Hl
Self block signal
DE_Hl_Sb_K DE_Hl_Sb_K.uz1
DE_Hl_Sb_K.uz2
DE_Hl_Sb_K.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,086 bytes

DR (GDR)
for sections with automated block
with pole sign for permissive run

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal PKP
S1-S5-S2
S1-S13-S10
PL_LS_KS1 PKP_Osshd-KS.uz1
(Zoom2 not available)
PKP_Osshd-KS.zip
(2009-07-20)
1,954 bytes

PKP (Poland)
design OSShD/ОСЖД

Instead of the "Left-to-way" version, the files contain the signal S1-S13-S10 (red, yellow-yellow, yellow-green), also placed right to way

by Jörg Thamm, DE

Light signal
ÖBB (AT)
AT_OEBB_KS1 OEBB_KS1.uz1
OEBB_KS1.uz2
OEBB_KS1.uz4
OEBB_KS1.zip
(2010-04-18)
6,543 bytes

Light signal by original of ÖBB (Austrian state railways)

by "Südbahner" (AT)

Light signal DR EZMG
Entry signal Hl1/Hl12a/Hl13
DE_DR_EZMG_Einf EZMG-Signale_Einfsig.uz1
EZMG-Signale_Einfsig.uz2
DE_EZMG_Einf.zip
(2011-04-09)
3 601 bytes

DR (GDR)
Station entry signal in EZMG technology (imported from SU)

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR EZMG
Exit signal Hl1/Hl3a/Hl13
DE_DR_EZMG_Ausf EZMG-Signale_Ausfsig.uz1
EZMG-Signale_Ausfsig.uz2
DE_EZMG_Ausf.zip
(2011-04-09)
3 959 bytes

DR (GDR)
Station exit (leaving) signal in EZMG technology (imported from SU)

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal DR Hl
for automated block
DE_DR_Hl_BtmPm abk_dr.uz1
abk_dr.uz2
DE_DR_Abk.zip
(2011-04-09)
4,921 bytes

DR (GDR)
mounted at concrete pole, for lines with automated blocking
with white-yellow pole sign for permissive running

by Jan Eisold, DE

Combination of mechanical signals
DR/DB Hp0/Hp2 and Vr0/Vr1
DE_Hp2Vr0 DEHp02Vr0.uz1
DEHp02Vr0.uz2
DE_Hp02Vr0.zip
(2015-01-21)
15,278 bytes

DB/DR (DE)
e.g. to leave side tracks of stations using restricted speed

by Sebastian Krah, DE

Light signal red-yellow-green
(large, schematic)
XX_LS_S1 XX_LS_C1.uz1
XX_LS_C1.uz2
XX_LS_C1.zip
(2009-06-03)
4,245 bytes

schematic design without real original

for better recognizing in small display (especially in view scale 1:1)

Some More Data

Files Archive file (zip) Remarks
Zoom Graphics for vehicles and standard elements
*.fzz/*.fz2/*.fz4/*.gz2/*.gz4
Look at Zoom Graphics
Net files / Layouts
*.nt3
Look at Layouts / Network files
Previous BAHN versions
and other software
Look at Software Museum
User-defined Graphics, Zoom1/2/4
*.uz1/*.uz2/*.uz4/*.gz1/*.gz2/*.gz4
Editor software
Look at Creating own Graphics and Vehicles
Future versions BAHN
and other software
(Beta-test)
Look at Beta-Test

nt3_d.txt fla_deu.gif

nt3_e.txt fla_eng.gif

nt3_384.zip
(2009-01-23)
103,187 bytes

Short documentation of the layout file format (.nt3) for BAHN 3.58..84
(fla_eng.gif 3.83..84 only)

may be of interest for programmers, who are writing similar software and want to interchange files

nt3_385e.txt fla_eng.gif

nt3_385.zip
(2010-02-07)
41,179 bytes

Short documentation of the layout file format (.nt3) for BAHN 3.85

may be of interest for programmers, who are writing similar software and want to interchange files

nt3_388_en.html fla_eng.gif
bahn.css
nt3_388.zip
(2014-12-07)
49,502 bytes

Short documentation of the layout file format (.nt3) for BAHN 3.88/3.88r2

may be of interest for programmers, who are writing similar software or tools and want to interchange files or parts of files

bna_d.txt fla_deu.gif

bna_e.txt fla_eng.gif

bna_385.zip
(2010-02-07)
11,028 bytes

Short documentation of the BNA import file format (.bna) for BAHN 3.75..3.85

may be of interest for programmers, who are writing software to create BAHN layouts from existing other data

gfx_en.html fla_eng.gif
bahn.css
gfx_386.zip
(2012-08-27)
43,091 bytes

Short documentation of graphics file formats for BAHN 3.59..3.86

  • User-defined scenery (.gz1, .uzg)
  • User-defined signals and driving ways (.gz1)
  • Zoom for scenery, signals, driving ways (.gz2, .gz4)
  • User-defined vehicles (.nfz, .ufg, .uzz)
  • Zoom vehicles (.fz2/.fzz, .fz4)
  • Archive files (Packages/Libraries) (.uz1/2/4, .fz2/4, bahn.fw1/2/4, bahn.fx1/2/4, bahn.fzg)

May be interesting for programmers who like to write editors and software to interchange files with other programs

MD5 Hashes for the Downloads

Using these values, you can check whether the packets are not damaged after the download. You can find more information about it using a web search engine you like, by searching for the topic "MD5".

File Date MD5 Hash
b388r4en.exe 2016-X-23 7faa58cb691e51a7265fcfe225639f42
b388r4cz.exe 2016-XII-12 70fd37a6ea8fc2f67255801ca125d723
b388r4de.exe 2016-X-23 7af6376d006e11c5f6498a4f86c8c8fe
b388r4_ru.zip 2016-XII-04 870d5d9b02f22e7bba87077108056979
b388r4_nl.zip 2016-XI-02 4705e46028ae43aa7e72c8f8da503a8a
b388r4_fr.zip 2016-XII-04 1be58563b2696a1f7d4cdece144178a9

File Date MD5 Hash
b388r3en.exe 2015-XII-27 936c4b0676180e93a0f51aacdf356d13
b388r3de.exe 2015-XII-27 26b3d3336449a6f5df5a67ab3698f418
b388r3_pl.zip 2016-I-30 de6795c70d38a7f0013c5dac7da97d29

File Date MD5 Hash
b387r2en.exe 2013-XI-20 77884bf9c19fe67132b5f5f764f2a2fa
b387r2de.exe 2013-XI-20 1374dd7a79a3ade933422b9a7831c563
b387r2cz.exe 2013-XII-25 8012b5b1658c273bf4c9fd74f6730e65
b387r2nl.zip 2013-XII-01 ceef0cd262901299eb4cba82e7db4010
b387r2fr.zip 2013-XII-18 bc4128574f5ece1f922004e318de6194
b387r2ru.zip 2013-XII-19 4773c685c6e1e5506e526467c4d3cee9
b387r2_pl.zip 2014-I-06 eb89f49d80c5584aa09647b3ad5d30ed

File Date MD5 Hash
nt3_384.zip 2009-I-23 d5ebaaef916c42544777f79c7b566d19
nt3_385.zip 2010-II-07 a2a515fbc3867ab86df64c8bf166f49f
nt3_388.zip 2014-XII-07 0b9ffd5f790c0f867fb470306415dba2
bna_385.zip 2010-II-07 7ad268ebf3946d4ec8e8e0cb1a00cba1
gfx_386.zip 2012-VIII-27 da7d296434e7353e6c4d8d1b2360e162

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