| Lochminehead Trijunction is a passenger rail station located in Lochminehead, built for IntraRail, Fred Rail, and Network South Central passenger service. The station was originally built by IntraRail under contract to the United Cities Transit Committee and known simply as "Lochminehead station." It was rebuilt in May 2019 as Lochminehead Trijunction, and is currently fully owned and operated by IntraRail.
The original station in Lochminehead was built in 2017 under contract to the United Cities Transit Committee, as part of the committee's directive for a line to Lochminehead after its mayor, DJMC2000, had requested service. IntraRail was assigned to build and operate a line between Lochminehead, Dabecco, and Siletz, where the company was building Siletz Salvador Station, which was to be a major IntraRail hub. The line was to be a portion of IntraRail's larger planned corridor from Siletz into the Achowalogen Takachsin/Covina area. IntraRail constructed the station, which was a four track underground station with a mezzanine level, designed to fit IntraRail's passenger trains.
However, IntraRail soon entered a period of hiatus which lasted for more than a year. At IntraRail's request, the United Cities Transit Committee transferred... (read more)