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SM2 Abandoned Train Stop 1.0.0

(5.00)    (4 Reviews)

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SM2 Abandoned Train Stop.

This train stop has been sitting in my hard drive for too long. Time to release it!.

Best plopped in those seedy parts of town....or industrial areas perhaps.

Plop cost 3000

Bulldoze cost 300

Power req 44

Capacity 7500

It still acts as a passenger station plus it will let freight trains go through it.

No dependencies and as a bonus it is also Maxis vanilla rail compatible.

Works like a charm!

Enjoy.

Simmer2





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raynev1

  • 5
  

Very compact and will work in most any application . Works great . 5/5  *:thumb:

Again thanks for sharing .

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korver

  • 5
  

Excellent work as always!

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robdragon

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  • 5
  

As always Great stuff! Need more rail stations so this is a big plus!

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