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  1. Khaul

    Tsurumi line construction

    I have started to work on the layout for a while so I think I should start a new threat in the right place. My station is taking shape. I have decided to call it "Kojimacho Station". Kojimacho is an area not far from Hama Kawasaki. It's served only by freight railways, but a branch of the Tsurumi line could have well gone there. Kojimacho is the end of the line for passenger services and the origin of a few freight branches. It has an island platform and two tracks that are often used to turn around freight locos. I've had a great time making the station to appear run down :) A few photos below: I think I am going to go at least partially modular so I don't need to put the whole thing together each time.
  2. Cool video by Rail Note. It's only got 87 views right now, check it out :)
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