New game started. This time, amenities for passengers have been provided.
First is the huge Roscoe King St station, for now very underused (only one intercity and one commuter line). It has a connecting streetcar service running through Roscoe. To prepare for the expected future onslaught of passengers once more trains call here, two identical buildings have been constructed to serve the customers.
Here you see the intercity express leaving Roscoe and passing the maintenance shed as well as the orbital highway. It is not yet open, so there are no cars on it. The commuter line diverges to the bottom of the screenshot. We will follow it first.
This is Gunworth Falls, the first town along the commuter line. An outbound train is just entering the station. Also visible is Cadwood, the first double-tracked section of the line.
A few uninteresting stations later, we arrive at Gafingbourne Bridge. Just outside the station, we see two trains passing. This is the only other double-tracked location on the route.
Here is the terminal, Fort Sondworth. It is the only commuter station with an enclosed station building, because this town is the biggest along the line.
Heading along the intercity line now, we first arrive at Invewood, where a train to Mundingham is just leaving. This station was built with the entrance to the parking lot on the far end of the station, which angered locals. This, combined with the fact that the current station building is insufficient for such a city, means that a new one will be built and the old one will be replaced with parking.
In Mundingham, the temporary terminal of the line, the builders got it right from the start - parking on both sides, building in the middle. This is what Invewood will look like when the construction there is finished.
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