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If wanted I can post the savegame soon.
This is a coal and iron setup for LogiTRANS using ECS in arctic
Also, this isn't all of the setup. Just snippits
Enter Gypsy Rail.
Roster: British (Iron Horse 2)
No man works alone, which is why the first line erected by Gypsy Rail is a passenger line.
A coach is chartered to bring in workers to help construct the new line.
Two months later, the locomotive workshops have finally fallen silent, as the consist set to run the new line has finished construction. Champange is prepared to celebrate the line's grand opening.
But where will this new route lead? As the line continues construction, it's becoming clearer what is going on. On the harbor town of Whitlow, business was busier than usual. A new station had just been erected, and would soon connect to the new passenger line.
The rail-laying crew was working as fast as possible but were distracted by an oasis visible in the distance. Upon closer inspection, it turned out to be a fruit plantation! The crew took a brief detour to set up a station there, which took quite a considerable amount of time. The executives were not happy with this interruption, but they realized it would be a killer opportunity to start shipping fruit. The rail-laying crews went back to work connecting Whitlow to the network.
However, upon arriving back, the company realized that for some odd reason, nobody wanted to buy the raw fruit. A new highway connection had been built recently, so the company jumped on the opportunity to see if they could sell fruit to other towns. After passing through several cities, all of whom declined to purchase their fruits, they found one town willing to give them a shot. As it turns out, the town's juicery had been out of stock for a long while, and they welcomed this new supply chain with open arms.
Eager to milk as much money out of this new opportunity, Gypsy Rail offered to ship the juices to customers. Unlike last time, the towns were willing to purchase these juices, and were, in fact, quite happy to do so.
After a back-and-forth with the local authorities at Old Sherberg, the OSLA declined the construction of a bus terminal, citing noise complaints caused by the fruit and juice trucks travelling through the quiet town deep into the night. Of course, the company wouldn't let a few noise complaints impede progress. They were intent on building a passenger connection out of Old Sherberg. So, they plopped a train station right in the middle of downtown.
Guitar riffs and muffled vocals can be heard in the distance
oh no, I said the o-word didn't I?
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