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Shì Yan - SYRT-Cycle line

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U54 - SYRT Cycle line

Heyho and welcome to the fiftyfourth update of my CJ Dragon Islands.

Today we're going to take a ride on Shì Yan's Cycle line, outer cycle.

We are going to start at a already known point of the route, the central station.

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Our train is a short version of a series 207, green livery. So let's start up, our first stop will be Cháng hútòng.

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This stop is located between the golf course and Central station district.

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The light rail line crossing is the Central+Yuki line, we're going to meet it again later on.

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Greenhill station

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Here the Cycle line takes the tracks to the bottom right while Coastal line runs straight to the west.

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West bay station. That's the area we will be visiting at the nxt update.

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Here you find a lot of social housing next to hi tec industry. Saphira&Eastside line is crossing underneath without an excange station.

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Oak road station is located in eastern West bay.

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Let's ride on to south bay, a very expansive place to live... and high dense.

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South Bay station is squeezed in between highrises, a train of the inner cycle is passing by...

Transfer to Port&Industrial line.

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Eastern Southbay.

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Now we're heading over the bay Bridge.

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Our next stop, Rubin Boulevard is located in the district Southbeach.

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Another high dense area.

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Rubin boulevard is one of the main roads, it connects to South bay and East Bay.

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Now it's time to head back to the CBD and meet the coastal line again. Running through southern East Bay.

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Running over East Bay bridge.

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East Bay Station is located at the northern end of the district. Transfer to CBD& Eastside and Saphira&Eastside line.

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Now we're heading to downtown station, meeting Central&Hong Sì line, Liù&Industrial line and Cenral+Yuki line again.

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And the last piece of or our, back to Central Station.

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I hope you've liked this update, greetings, Skimbo =)




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Wow such an awesome update! :) Loving the trees in this city journal, so realistic and aesthethic! Great work with the rail lines too, looks really elaborate and effective for a city of that size. And great work with your shorelines as well, that Coastal Modd sure does come in handy. :ohyes:

Keep it up!! :thumb:

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Another marvellous update. I love your variety in stations, not to mention that every station is also lojal to your asian theme. Fantastic! Oh, and the transit map in the last pic is epic! Great work!

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Ditto what everyone else said on the transit map. As usual the city is fantastic too...

You never fail to impress me Skimbo :D

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Wow, this is amazing. Im a big fan of rail myself and just love the variety of things you got there? Btw im stuck finding good railway stations and was wondering if you could point me in the right direction?

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