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A creative Minecraft 1.19.3 server for transportation and city-building enthusiasts. It has an extensive fully-automated minecart transit system and a few other things.
Welcome to the MRT Wiki, where members can write informative pages about their creations on the server, which can include towns, cities, companies, franchises, organizations, transit systems, special events, and more.

To create an account on the wiki, you must first become a [Member] of the MRT Server. See the How to Join page on the website on how to become a member. Once you have been approved as a member, ask a staff member for the Wiki Account Creation Password, use it to create an account, and confirm your e-mail address. Initially, you will be able to edit existing pages and create new pages. Once you reach Trustee rank, you may request Trusted privileges from an admin to be able to upload images. For a full list of permissions available to you, please see the Wiki Group Permissions page.

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Featured article: Siletz Salvador Station
Siletz Salvador Station is a passenger rail terminal located in western Siletz. Built on an elevated structure, the terminal contains 20 tracks stacked across three levels, as well as two underground tracks. The station, originally partially constructed in the summer of 2017 by IntraRail and mostly unused, was entirely rebuilt in January 2019, and is built, owned, and operated by IntraRail.

The station is directly adjacent to Siletz-Umatilla Regional Airfield.

The original Siletz Salvador Station began construction in the summer of 2017, intended for use as IntraRail's hub in the Siletz area. The station was built on an elevated structure of brick and cobblestone, with a single elevated level containing 14 tracks. (Full article)

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The Pablo Statue is a statue located in East Mesa, a rip-off of the Pablo Memorial on Manumanu. The statue features the character Pablo from the children's show The Backyardigans.
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