Why is it (in the next example) that there are power-lines across the platform?:
There are four tiles in the non-track menu that display catenary when built in electrified track-mode (in the newest version I did remove the pylons, but left the powerlines). The full tile high platform ones and the full tile low platform ones (dark and light platform). This is done so that powerlines will continue when you have a doublesided terminus station, like this:
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Players may not need that function often, but sometimes it will look better if powerlines can run over a platform. If you dont want to have powerlines, just build that specific tile as a non-electrified track tile.
And why does this platform look broken?
I don't really see what you mean, could you elaborate a bit more on the problem?
EDIT: do you mean, that it looks like the powerline runs through the overpass?
In that case, it is something that just happens when using the dutch catenary. The overpass has the correct hight for the "normal" powerline to run underneath it. But the dutch catenary has some higher graphics, the lines from where the powerline itself hangs onto.
You just have to imagine that there are some bolts on the overpass that connect to that line
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