Will there be a screenshot showcasing each element? Personally I've lost track of what's what in such a large set.
Lets see what I can show n images to try explain what in all the sets.AuzStationsPlatforms:
This is all platforms.
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There are 5 types.
From left to right:
Gravel Platform (also known as Cracker Dust) .. This I believe how platforms was first made in Australia in city and country. Some smaller country stations still have this type of platform surface.
Bitumen and Gravel platforms .. the gravel was making a mess sticking to peoples shoes and being walked into carriages and buildings so Bitumen was added to half of the platforms. Some stations still have this type of surface in country areas.
Bitumen ,. busier stations in the country and city had bitumen laid full width of platforms.
Bitumen with white lines .. the white lines was introduced during World War II so platform edge could be seen better in the dark. And not it is standard in all city stations and some major country stations.
Tile Platforms .. Some major city statons platforms have been resurfaced with tiles instead of the bitumen.
The are no concrete platforms in my sets as other people sets have these covered.
All my Platform sets have ramps at each end, some have seats, luggage trolleys, different types of awnings and flowers. There is also a employees walkway to cross between platforms.
(After typing this information maybe I have my platforms named wrong .. instead of Country and City Platforms, I think they only need what I shown above .. might change this before I release them on Bananas).AuzStationsAndNonTracks
This set has no platform pieces except those part of footbridges and buffer stops.
Here you will find station buildings of various sizes, footbridges, buffer Stops and non-track tiles.
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The footbridges for single sided platforms are different to how they was before. Bit more realistic .. the stairs are actually part of a non-track tile that puts the stairs to the side of the platform instead of on the platforms like in real. Normal platforms have not been altered.
Hope this information is what players wanted.
I'll do the rest if required like this too .