Watson-Crick Street Subway Station
Watson-Crick Station viewed from Marcuse Street
|Location||1 Marcuse Street|
|Coordinates||🌍 87,12,32 (map)|
|Station code||Wcs (subway), WacO (O1)|
|Opened||September 3rd, 2017|
Watson-Crick Street is a station on the Spawn Subway and Origin Ring Lines networks, serving Line 1 and Line O1. It is located in central Origin. It is named after the street to its north. Watson-Crick refers to the first description of the double helix structure of DNA by Francis Crick and James Watson.
The station's above-ground construction is grand, with various shapes of red sandstone brick, stained glass windows, marble columns and on obsidian roof. Below the ground the subway platform is more plain, with stone blocks, stone bricks and tiles. Lighting throughout comes from mese lamps or glo stone lamps.
Built above the old underground railways leading to Edenwood, was built and inaugurated at the same time as the first Origin Subway Ring network.