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XenRail
XenRail Logo.svg
Senior staff
Founder Vennefly
CEO FredTheTimeLord
Facts and figures
Parent company Xenive Holdings
Assets Xenive Asset Management
Founded March 2019
Hub Hensall
Main destinations New Amsterdam
Stations 9 (current)
12 (planned)

XenRail is a warptrain company founded by Vennefly & Red_Ray. It is owned by Fred Rail.

Types of services

Sprinter (SPR)

Sprinter services usually stop at every station along their route. They mostly use 4-car single-decker trains, which consist of one single unit. These services connect to smaller towns and may stop at multiple stations in some bigger cities.

Intercity (IC)

Intercity trains connect larger cities together, skipping the smaller towns along the route. They mostly run on the same tracks as Sprinter services, but may use some shortcut tracks where this is sensible. 4-car and 6-car double-decker trains are used for these services.

Shuttle (STL)

Shuttle services are services connecting with just two or a few stops over a short distance. These may be used, for example, to connect a city and its airport. 2-car single-decker rolling stock will be used for these services.

Rolling stock

An RA8-4 XenRail Sprinter in New Amsterdam Central Station.

XenRail uses the RA8-4 as the main rolling stock for the Sprinter services. This train, as well as our custom livery, has been designed by AutoDesignZ. The train features 4 cars and is an EMU, meaning it doesn't have a separate locomotive for power. Intercity services use the RA8-XenDeck, which was custom designed by AutoDesignZ for use by XenRail. It is a 4-car double-decker EMU train in a different livery, to make it easy to distinguish between Sprinter and Intercity trains.

Map

planned network map

Alert.png Not fully operational yet:
No trains between Murrville and Sunshine Coast
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Routes

[SPR] Tranquil Forest - Richville

[SPR] Tranquil Forest - Richville
Overview
Status Status: Service Good.png Good service
Termini Tranquil Forest Central
Richville Central
Stations 5
Operation
Operator(s) XenRail
Rolling stock RA8-4 Sprinter stock

This sprinter connects the cities of Tranquil Forest an Richville. This line was mainly built with the objective of connecting Hensall and New Amsterdam to these cities, as well as connecting Richville International Airport to Richville. At Richville and Richville International airport, it is possible to transfer to the Sprinter towards Sunshine Coast.

Route map
Tranquil Forest BSicon LDER.png IC
Hensall  P44 
New Amsterdam  P45 
Richville BSicon BAHN.png SPR
Richville International Airport  P47  BSicon FLUG.png BSicon BAHN.png SPR
Towards Sunshine Coast


[SPR] Richville - Sunshine Coast

[SPR] Richville - Sunshine Coast
Overview
Status Status: Service Partial.png Partial service open: between Richville and Cremona
Termini Richville Central
Sunshine Coast
Stations 9
Operation
Operator(s) XenRail
Rolling stock RA8-4 Sprinter stock

This line was mainly built to connect the network to Sunshine Coast.

Route map
Towards Tranquil Forest
Richville
Richville International Airport
Riseau
Kantō Poppy Hill
Cremona
Murrville
Arcadia
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas
Sunshine Coast


[IC] Tranquil Forest - Sunshine Coast

[IC] Tranquil Forest - Sunshine Coast
Overview
Status Status: Service Partial.png Partial service open: between Tranquil Forest Central and Kantō Poppy Hill
Termini Tranquil Forest Central
Sunshine Coast
Stations 4
Operation
Operator(s) XenRail
Rolling stock RA8-XenDecker Intercity stock
Route map
Tranquil Forest
Towards Richville
Kantō Poppy Hill
Murrville
Sunshine Coast


Stations

Tranquil Forest

More info will be added here

Hensall

More info will be added here

New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam Central Station is the main transit hub for the city of New Amsterdam. From New Amsterdam you can transfer to XenMetro, the MRT Plains Line and SkyTrans has a helicopter connection planned on the roof. It is located in the Cairn Wharf district, notable for it's highrise and best known for the Shell Tower right across the street from the station.

Track usage rules

Coming soon

Current track usage

The companies in the table below currently use Xenive-owned track for their services.

Company Track section Notes
No companies use Xenive-owned track yet.