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Personhood City Tunnel is a railway line in [[Personhood]]. Although it is called a "Tunnel", only the first part of the line, from [[Roses Gardens East Station (Personhood)|Roses Gardens East]] to [[Och_Noe's Lake]] is the proper city tunnel that goes under the city of Personhood. Starting from Och Noe's Lake, it partially uses the alignment of the old [[Personhood Tram]] until [[Maze]], and from there it runs as a regional commuter railway to [[Deep Valley Mountain]]. The line is double track between Roses Gardens East and Och Noe's Lake, from there on it is only single track with passing loops.
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Personhood City Tunnel is a railway line in [[Personhood]]. Although it is called a "Tunnel", only the first part of the line, from [[Roses Gardens East Station (Personhood)|Roses Gardens East]] to [[Och_Noe's Lake]] is the proper city tunnel that goes under the city of Personhood. Starting from Och Noe's Lake, it partially uses the alignment of the old [[Personhood Tram]] until [[Maze Station (Personhood)|Maze]], and from there it runs as a regional commuter railway to [[Deep Valley Mountain Station|Deep Valley Mountain]]. The line is double track between Roses Gardens East and Och Noe's Lake, from there on it is only single track with passing loops.
 
==History==
 
==History==
The City tunnel was built in its entirety in 2019 for the [[Personhood Metrorail]] system. It was opened in stages. First, the line between the link to [[Oasis]] and [[Personhood Station|Personhood Main Station]] was opened, then the extension to [[Personhood West Station|Personhood West]], then to Roses Gardens East and Deep Valley Mountain. Finally, in April 2019, the connection between the city tunnel and the [[Spawn-Personhood Mainline]] was opened, enabling {{S14}} trains to serve southern Personhood.  The branch to [[Marnack Mills]] was added in July 2019 along with a second track and platform at [[Shoot Hills]].  {{S16}} was then reconfigured to terminate at [[Marnack Mills]] instead of Maze.
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The City tunnel was built in its entirety in 2019 for the [[Personhood Metrorail]] system. It was opened in stages. First, the line between the link to [[Oasis]] and [[Personhood Station|Personhood Main Station]] was opened, then the extension to [[Personhood West Station|Personhood West]], then to Roses Gardens East and Deep Valley Mountain. Finally, in April 2019, the connection between the city tunnel and the [[Spawn-Personhood Mainline]] was opened, enabling {{S14}} trains to serve southern Personhood.  The branch to [[Marnack Mills Station|Marnack Mills]] was added in July 2019 along with a second track and platform at [[Shoot Hills Station|Shoot Hills]].  {{S16}} was then reconfigured to terminate at Marnack Mills instead of Maze.
 
==Service==
 
==Service==
 
The tunnel is used exclusively for Personhood Metrorail passenger trains, the section between [[Goldmann Street Station (Personhood)|Goldmann Street]] and Main Station being the backbone of the network, being served by all three lines.
 
The tunnel is used exclusively for Personhood Metrorail passenger trains, the section between [[Goldmann Street Station (Personhood)|Goldmann Street]] and Main Station being the backbone of the network, being served by all three lines.
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The northern entrance to Personhood main station used to be a bottleneck, leading to large jams in front of it. This was served in April 2019 by reworking the interlocking and extending the {{S16}}/{{S16a}} lines to Roses Gardens East, freeing up capacity in the limited space of the tracks under main station.
 
The northern entrance to Personhood main station used to be a bottleneck, leading to large jams in front of it. This was served in April 2019 by reworking the interlocking and extending the {{S16}}/{{S16a}} lines to Roses Gardens East, freeing up capacity in the limited space of the tracks under main station.
 
== Future ==
 
== Future ==
If the [[Piet Train]] were to be included in the Personhood Metrorail network, it will connect to the city tunnel near Roses Gardens east. A branch line to [[Neverbuild]] via the [[Personhood-Stallmangrad Mainline]] might also be built if there were the demand for it; this may now be unlikely, since a new line will travel to from Personhood West to [[Shore]] via [[Bamboo Bay Village]].
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If the [[Piet Train]] were to be included in the Personhood Metrorail network, it will connect to the city tunnel near Roses Gardens east. A branch line to [[Neverbuild]] via the [[Personhood-Stallmangrad Mainline]] might also be built if there were the demand for it; this may now be unlikely, since a new line will travel to from Personhood West to [[Shore Station|Shore]] via [[Bamboo Bay Village]].
  
 
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Revision as of 07:15, 15 January 2020

Personhood City Tunnel
Route map

Roses Gardens East S15 S16S16a
to Spawn S14
Personhood Main Station
Goldmann Street
to Oasis
S14 S15
Church of Emacs
Personhood Town Hall
Och_Noe's Lake (Och Nös Tümpel)
Kindergarten
Bicycle Shop
Personhood West Station X Nihilo Mainline
Maze
Marnack Farms (freight)
Marnack MillsS16
Marnack's Industry Loop
Marnack's Industry Loop
Shoot Hills
Panda Reserve
Deep Valley Mountain S16a

Personhood City Tunnel is a railway line in Personhood. Although it is called a "Tunnel", only the first part of the line, from Roses Gardens East to Och_Noe's Lake is the proper city tunnel that goes under the city of Personhood. Starting from Och Noe's Lake, it partially uses the alignment of the old Personhood Tram until Maze, and from there it runs as a regional commuter railway to Deep Valley Mountain. The line is double track between Roses Gardens East and Och Noe's Lake, from there on it is only single track with passing loops.

History

The City tunnel was built in its entirety in 2019 for the Personhood Metrorail system. It was opened in stages. First, the line between the link to Oasis and Personhood Main Station was opened, then the extension to Personhood West, then to Roses Gardens East and Deep Valley Mountain. Finally, in April 2019, the connection between the city tunnel and the Spawn-Personhood Mainline was opened, enabling S14 trains to serve southern Personhood. The branch to Marnack Mills was added in July 2019 along with a second track and platform at Shoot Hills. S16 was then reconfigured to terminate at Marnack Mills instead of Maze.

Service

The tunnel is used exclusively for Personhood Metrorail passenger trains, the section between Goldmann Street and Main Station being the backbone of the network, being served by all three lines.

Capacity Problems

The northern entrance to Personhood main station used to be a bottleneck, leading to large jams in front of it. This was served in April 2019 by reworking the interlocking and extending the S16/S16a lines to Roses Gardens East, freeing up capacity in the limited space of the tracks under main station.

Future

If the Piet Train were to be included in the Personhood Metrorail network, it will connect to the city tunnel near Roses Gardens east. A branch line to Neverbuild via the Personhood-Stallmangrad Mainline might also be built if there were the demand for it; this may now be unlikely, since a new line will travel to from Personhood West to Shore via Bamboo Bay Village.