Chora Train Shots
Thanks for stopping by. As a child I enjoyed watching my grandfather's O-scale model trains and even listening with him to old records of work on the railroad and train sounds--its something that has stayed with me through the years, even now after growing up. So much so, some times I stay awake to hear the freight engines pass through the city. When I decided to make Chora, it was natural that I leverage rail as part of the story. Today's update is to show some rail pictures that have taken from around the region. I hope you enjoy.
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To start things off, I've put together a train collage:
Feel free to take some guesses as to where you think the train pictures are from. If you have been following this journal, you might know some of the cities.
On to some other pictures...
Here is Keilah's Central GRS station (with Rapid Transit transfer). The central station serves as a center city hub for both the GRS, Rapid Transit, and bus service (note the elevated bus station). Thousands of people pass through this area of the city each day.
K&NK GRS (Ground Rail System) loop with North Keilah's elevated rail system over top (NK Transit). And don't worry, that car accident by the bus station isn't as bad as it looks. All the more reason to take the train.
Dubbed the "A-Train", Antioch's ground rail system is the largest out of all of South Chora's cities. Rail services come down from North Chora, Iconium, and even Shiloh. The system helps citizens get around Chora, but also provides many jobs for the people. Here is a shot of the east side of the city along Elijah's River:
As always, your feedback and comments are welcomed and appreciated. Votes are helpful too!