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Modular and Elevated Cargo Train Terminal Vanilla Version 1.0.0

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This collection consists three assets:

2 Base Station (1 for 2 lane roads and another 1 for 4 lane or 6 lane roads)

1 Modular Station

*Remember to place the modular station with base station correctly or else the building will not working.

I' m not good at design models. If you think the model i made is dumb, feel free to get the templates of the station from the source code below to apply your new design on the station. It will be great if you decide to share your new design onto the web.

Source Code:

https://github.com/Nksheng/Cargo-Exchange-Modular-Elevated-Cargo-Train-Terminal




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