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@DC: It was not planned, the Idea to build it came ino my mind when building the railline back there. and thank you for your nice comment
@Reikhardt: Thanks a lot, sir
@TekindusT: Thank you
@Tepodon: Well... it might be possible that I eventually like asian trains... (look below)
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My japaneese collection (SC4Skins)
"JR" (Or "E") 0/40/143/150/233(1000 and 5000)/257/300/321/500/683/700 "Tokyu" 500 series(5050/5080) "Odakyu" 3000 series "kiha" 110 and ED75
(Searching for Keio 6000 or 1000, Tokyu 8950, Odakyu 7000 and JR400 at the moment)
My Chineese collection:
CRH: 1/3/5, TW80, E200
(Searching for: Shenzen/Shanghai/Hongkong and Bejing metro trains)
Other asian: KTX (Searching for a modern korean and taiwaneese passenger train)
X-TER, Regiorunner, DB dosto
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Heyho and welcome to the thirtyninth update of my CJ Dragon Islands.
Today we will take a ride on SRT line A from Shiguan ji? to Shì zài lóng yàn. SRT line A serves only eight stations, six at Shì Shuixì and two at Shì zài lóng yàn. The distance between the sixth and seventh station is very long.
That's one of the two small british styled terminal stations, it's architecture is the same as the one of it's "twin" at Shì zài lóng yàn. Shiguan ji? can be translated as "Embassy road" The British embassy is the only thing left from colonial times, it's still the same building as it was back then and the road is called after it.
At first our train passes a ramp between the backyards of many houses to reach the heigh of the following viaduct.
Train in the concrete jungle.
Some of you might remember this station from the update that followed one of the tramlines back then....
Now our train reaches another ramp, the city scool is next to it.
The single track to the right leads to the depot.
Well... here again... (I'm running out of motives with this station.....) Some express trains are running nonstop from here to the end of line A during rush hour. Line A runs paralelle to line B now....
whoops?! This one is new. Line B does not stop here... Why? Because it uses the tracks on the other side of the depot in the middle....
The next two stations are already known from the B(Cycle) Line update.
Now we're going different ways again. At first we pass Shuixi Bridge.
Than some nice forests
A highway and rail intersection (A3 X A3-Shì zài lóng yàn-local&HR-Main x DI-West)
Then we reach Shì zài lóng yàn....
....And it's first station Lín deng jie.
Then the trains rides through the city, everytime on ground level, Railroad crossings are rare. (Not needed, no dense road traffic, no dense rail traffic)
The small track leaving below is a local route served by a small JR150 diesel railcar.
Finally we arrive at Shì zài lóng yàn central station.
Our today's vehicle:
Tokyu 5000 series (5808)
And a small routemap. Don't get confused
I hope you've enjoined this update, greetings, Skimbo <img border="0" alt="Smiley" src="http://sc4devotion.com/forums/Smileys/JasonSmilies/smiley.gif" />