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Overview

BAHN is a MS-DOS software package that allows the design and simulation of rail systems. It is written in German but English documentation is available. This page contains links to the software, English documentation, and layouts describing the New York City subway and transit systems worldwide.

Official Bahn Info Page (in English, by the author Jan Bochmann - The BAHN Software, documentation, screen shots, etc.)

Bahn Info Page (in English, by Alan Flavell)

BAHN Resources and Networks (in English, by Iain W. Logan)


Layouts

Disclaimer: The layouts may not reflect the railroad systems with 100% accuracy due to lack of information or software limitation. Use for your own enjoyment but know that there may be errors in the track layouts.

New York City Area

Subway: BMT Lines after September 11, 2001, by Joe Korman

Subway: IRT Lines after September 11, 2001, by Joe Korman

Subway: BMT Division 1950, 1954, 1959, 1970, 1980, 1997 (Lots of layouts depicting BMT service at various points in time; includes one "should-be" layout with the Manhattan Bridge fully operational and one Williamsburg Bridge construction layout) (for Bahn 3.58), by Joe Korman

Subway: BMT Division 1967, by Steve Hoskins

Subway: BMT Division, by Dave Snowden

Subway: BMT and IND Divisions 1999, by Philip Ng

Subway: IND Division 1967, by Steve Hoskins

Subway: IND Division, by Dave Snowden

Subway: IND Division, Second System Routes Not Built (for Bahn 3.58), by Joe Korman

Subway: IRT Division 1967, by Steve Hoskins

Subway: Entire System, 1967, by Steve Hoskins

Subway: IRT Division, #7 Flushing Line, by Dave Snowden

Subway: IRT Division Mainline Routes, by Dave Snowden

Subway: IRT Division 1997, by Philip Ng

Subway: IRT Division, including layouts depicting: 1903, 1904, 1905, 1908, 1922, 1930, 1939, 1942, 1948, 1953, 1960, 1970, 1999 (See readme in zip file for details), by Joe Korman

Subway: Manhattan Subway Lines, by Iain W. Logan

Subway: All Subway Lines, by Philip Ng

Subway: All Lines with 2001 W, Q, Shuttle Updates, by John Michno

New York City: IRT Elevated Lines (for Bahn 3.58), by Joe Korman

New York City: PATH, by Steve Hoskins

New York City: SIRT 1949, by Philip Ng

New York City: Brooklyn Streetcars, 1930 and 1950, by Joe Korman

New York City: Brooklyn Trackless Trolleys 1948-1960, by Joe Korman

New York City: Grand Central/Penn Station (for Bahn 3.58) , by Joe Korman

New York City: Brooklyn Elevated Lines, by Joe Korman

New York City: Staten Island (Trolley, trackless, SIRT, 1918-1953) , by Joe Korman

Long Island Rail Road, by Dave Snowden

Long Island Rail Road, by Steven Lynch

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, by Ted Nielsen

New Jersey Transit (Projected to 2000) (Requires Bahn 3.58), by Ted Nielsen

United States

Boston, MA 1940, by Dave Barraza

Boston, MA MBTA, by Pete Humble

Chicago, IL (Il. Central Electric 1940), by Dave Snowden

Chicago, IL (CTA 1995)<, by Steve Karlson

Los Angeles, CA (MTA), by Steve Hoskins

Madrid, Spain 2005 (Metro/Some Commuter/Depots/Non-Revenue Connections), by Esteve Garcia

Miami, FL (Metrorail), by Kris Lindstrom

Milwaukee, WI, by Steve Karlson

New Haven, CT (Streetcars, 1940), by Dave Snowden

Patchogue, Long Island, New York (Switching Operations), by Steven Lynch

Pittsburgh, PA (Light Rail), by Dave Snowden

Philadelphia, PA (SEPTA), by Steve Hoskins

Philadelphia, PA (Regional Rail, Subway, LRV, 1995), by John M. O'Connell

Phoeniz, AZ, by Arizona Rail Passenger Assn.

Sacramento, CA (Light Rail), by Steve Hoskins

San Diego, CA (Trolley/Light Rail), by Steve Hoskins

San Francisco, CA (MUNI) (Requires Bahn 3.58), by Dave Snowden

San Francisco, CA (Cablecars), by Tobias Kohler

San Francisco, CA (BART), by Steve Hoskins

San Francisco/Oakland, CA (Key System - Two Layouts, 1911 and 1924), by Dave Barraza

Seattle, WA, by Dave Snowden

Washington, DC (WMATA), by Steve Hoskins

Washington, DC (WMATA), by Joe Korman

Canada

Montreal Metro, by Ted Nielsen

More Canadian Layouts, by James Bow

Europe

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Nico Hoogerwerf

Berlin, Germany U-Bahn, by Steve Hoskins

Berlin, Germany 2002 Light Rail/main rail expansion, by Joachim Hese

Channel Tunnel, England-France, and terminals, by Ted Nielsen

Rome, Italy (Streetcars and heavy rail), by Oskar Messerschmidt

Frankfurt am Main, Germany (Streetcars, by Martin Volp

Freiburg, Germany (Streetcars), by Tobias Kohler

Glasgow, Scotland Central Station, by Iain W. Logan

Glasgow, Scotland Subway, by Iain W. Logan

Glasgow, Scotland Suburban Electrification, by Iain W. Logan

Hong-Tollose Jernbane, Denmark (1997), by Ted Nielsen

Langholm, Dumfriesshire, Scotland (Fictional), by Iain W. Logan

London, England Underground, by Iain W. Logan

London, England Docklands Light Railway (Projected to 2000) (Requires Bahn 3.58), by Ted Nielsen

Madrid, Spain Metro (2000), by Tony Roeder

Milan, Italy, Streetcars, by Mark Hodson

Munich, Germany Streetcars and Heavy Rail, by Sergi Ottobrunn

Norrkoping, Sweden (Streetcars), by David Jurgens

Paris, France Metro (1965), by Iain W. Logan

Ruhrgebiet, Germany (S-bahn and heavy rail), by Pieter Leebeek

Saarbruecken, Germany 1997 (DB, SNCF, Saarbahn), by ?

Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegowina Streetcars (1990), by Malte Cordes

Scotland Rail Systems, by Iain W. Logan

Tyne & Wear Metro, by Iain W. Logan

Vienna, Austria Tramways 1939, by Lars Borgemo

The Waverley Route - Carlisle to Edinburgh, by Iain W. Logan

Wuerzburg, Germany (Streetcars), by Ted Nielsen

Wuppertal, Germany Trams, by Lars Bo�hammer

Latin America

Rio de Janiero (Streetcars, Metro, Flumitrens Commuter Railroad), by Ted Nielsen

Asuncion, Paraguay (Streetcars and Heavy Rail, 1980), by Malte Cordes

Australia

Brisbane, Australia Tramways (1961), by Mark Hodson

More Australian BAHN Layouts, by  

Asia

Hong Kong Rail (Rapid Transit, Heavy Rail, Tramway), by Ted Nielsen with Pete Humble

Singapore Trams and Trolleybuses, 1928, by Pete Humble

Misc

BAHN Tutorial Layout, by Steven Lynch

BAHN Demonstration Layout, by Iain W. Logan

City and Country Railroad (Fictional), by David Paxton

Long Island Rapid Transit (Fictional), by John Michno









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