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[[File:Open WheelTerm.png|50px]] '''San Reinoldi'''<br>
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[[File:Open Wheelchair.png|50px]] '''Thunderbird'''<br>
[[File:Open Wheelchair.png|50px]] '''Thunderbird'''<br>
[[File:.png|50px]] Saint Roux <br>
[[File:Closed TermB.PNG|50px]] Sunshine Coast<br>
[[File:Closed TermB.PNG|50px]] Sunshine Coast<br>
==== Information ====
==== Information ====
At 14 November 2020, the first two stations on the line opened: San Reinoldi and Thunderbird.
At 14 November 2020, the first two stations on the line opened: San Reinoldi and Thunderbird.
Revision as of 01:16, 22 November 2020
|Slogan||Welcome to RaiLinQ, Welcome to your destination!|
|Founded by/Company Owner:||autobus22|
|Other Employees:||hvt2011, AP_Red, Narnia17|
|Facts and figures|
|Number of stations open||261|
RaiLinQ is a train company which is part of RegioLinQ and ABCompanies, made by autobus22 in early May 2015.
Its unique from most other train companies at the time it was created, as it introduced warptrains onto the server, a concept before this not put into service on the MRT server. Most of the stock used is provided by AutoDesignZ, but SI-G and BluRail, amongst others have also provided rolling stock for RaiLinQ.
RaiLinQ provides a very extensive network, with hundreds of stations across the server in order to be a viable mode of transportation for people going across the server, that is easy to use, fast and cheap.
In the early times the company ran into various issues, first with uncertainty with staff whether or not warptrains would stay allowed, not much later with the rules around connections between stations and later again because a lot of people, back in the day, did not like the concept of warptrains over cart transportation. Over the year, warptrains have become a staple on the server and the issues have mostly subsided.
June 2019: We would like to give a massive "Thank you" to all our passengers for riding with us, from the first line, to the 200th station, and beyond!
- 1 Information
- 2 Fleet
- 3 Train Lines: Intercity
- 4 Train Lines: Stoptrain
- 4.1 ST 1100: Wazamawazi - Mason City
- 4.2 ST 1200: Merchant City - Fort Yaxier
- 4.3 ST 1300: Utopia - Chalxior
- 4.4 ST 1400: San Reinoldi - Ellesume
- 4.5 ST 1700: Wazamawazi - Carnoustie
- 4.6 ST 2000: Wazamawazi - Birchview
- 4.7 ST 2100: Astoria - Bronte
- 4.8 ST 3000: Armada - Snowtopic
- 4.9 ST 3200: Ezzo City - Moton
- 4.10 ST 3300: Wazamawazi - Daneburg
- 4.11 ST 3400: Bexley - Daneburg
- 4.12 ST 3500: Bexley - Falloway
- 4.13 ST 3600: Bexley - San Reinoldi
- 4.14 ST 3700: Utopia - Formosa
- 4.15 ST 3800: Serena - Formosa
- 4.16 ST 3900: San Reinoldi - Vergil & Melrose
- 4.17 ST 4000: Wazamawazi - Moton
- 4.18 ST 4100: Sealane - Ashmore
- 4.19 ST 4200: Whiteley - Birdhall
- 4.20 ST 4300: Wazamawazi - Fortaleza
- 4.21 ST 4500: Lanark - Welsbury
- 4.22 ST 4600: San Reinoldi - Sunshine Coast
- 4.23 ST 4700: Utopia - Ezzo City
- 4.24 ST 4900: Quiris - Stoneedge
- 4.25 ST 5000: Ilirea
- 4.26 ST 5100: Daneburg - Ezzo City
- 4.27 ST 5200: Verdantium - Fenwick
- 4.28 ST 5400: Siletz - Bronte
- 4.29 ST 5500: Kolpino City - Pamsterlin
- 4.30 ST 5700: Mason City - Saint Anna
- 4.31 ST 5800: Mason City - Secunda
- 4.32 ST 6000: Christi - Ezzo City
- 4.33 ST 6100: Laclede - Bakersville
- 4.34 ST 6200: Lanark - West Calbar
- 4.35 ST 6300: Waterville - West Calbar
- 4.36 ST 6400: Whiteley
- 4.37 ST 6500: New Acreadium - Moramoa
- 4.38 ST 6600: MRT Marina - Covina
- 4.39 ST 6700: Whiteley - Bardot Springs
- 4.40 ST 9600: Greenmount
- 4.41 ST 9700: Freedon - Northberg
- 4.42 ST 9800: Moramoa
- 4.43 ST 9900: Central City - Eden
- 5 Closed Lines
- 6 Stations
- 6.1 Station Information
- 6.1.1 42
- 6.1.2 Achowalogen Takachsin
- 6.1.3 Airchester
- 6.1.4 Alienor
- 6.1.5 Amestris
- 6.1.6 Antioch
- 6.1.7 Aprix
- 6.1.8 Aquamarine Bay
- 6.1.9 Arendale
- 6.1.10 Armada
- 6.1.11 Astoria
- 6.1.12 Bakersville
- 6.1.13 Banana
- 6.1.14 Bardot Springs
- 6.1.15 Barken
- 6.1.16 Beaufort
- 6.1.17 Bexley
- 6.1.18 Birch Forest City
- 6.1.19 Birchview
- 6.1.20 Blackheart
- 6.1.21 Capsville
- 6.1.22 Central City
- 6.1.23 Chalxior
- 6.1.24 Christi
- 6.1.25 City of Musique
- 6.1.26 Cornerstone
- 6.1.27 Cornus
- 6.1.28 Covina
- 6.1.29 Creeperville
- 6.1.30 Dabecco
- 6.1.31 Dandenong
- 6.1.32 Daneburg
- 6.1.33 Danielston
- 6.1.34 Downsview
- 6.1.35 East End
- 6.1.36 East Spruce
- 6.1.37 Eden
- 6.1.38 Elecna Bay
- 6.1.39 Ellesume
- 6.1.40 Enspington
- 6.1.41 Espil
- 6.1.42 Ezzo City
- 6.1.43 Falloway
- 6.1.44 Fenwick
- 6.1.45 Formosa
- 6.1.46 Fort Chipewyan
- 6.1.47 Fortaleza
- 6.1.48 Freedon
- 6.1.49 Freshney
- 6.1.50 Genesis
- 6.1.51 Geneva Bay
- 6.1.52 Glenbrook
- 6.1.53 Grayzen
- 6.1.54 Greater Accerton
- 6.1.55 Greenmount
- 6.1.56 Haibian
- 6.1.57 Harrington
- 6.1.58 Heaven City
- 6.1.59 Heights City
- 6.1.60 Helix Bay
- 6.1.61 Ilirea
- 6.1.62 Isle of Chez
- 6.1.63 Itomori
- 6.1.64 Izumo
- 6.1.65 Janghwa City
- 6.1.66 Jeb
- 6.1.67 Jeeka
- 6.1.68 Kenthurst
- 6.1.69 Kolpino City
- 6.1.70 Laclede
- 6.1.71 Lanark
- 6.1.72 Liten
- 6.1.73 Little Italy
- 6.1.74 Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
- 6.1.75 Lochminehead
- 6.1.76 Loudoun
- 6.1.77 Mallison
- 6.1.78 Mason City
- 6.1.79 Matheson
- 6.1.80 Mecklenburg
- 6.1.81 Merced
- 6.1.82 Moleville
- 6.1.83 Mons Pratus
- 6.1.84 Montagnas
- 6.1.85 Moramoa
- 6.1.86 Morihama
- 6.1.87 Moton
- 6.1.88 MRT Marina
- 6.1.89 Nauvis
- 6.1.90 New Acreadium
- 6.1.91 New Beginnings
- 6.1.92 New Phoenix
- 6.1.93 New Terra
- 6.1.94 New Woodbury
- 6.1.95 Newton Le Willows
- 6.1.96 Nihongo
- 6.1.97 North Haven
- 6.1.98 Northberg
- 6.1.99 Nymphalia
- 6.1.100 Oakburgh
- 6.1.101 Oakley
- 6.1.102 Oasis Sands
- 6.1.103 Padagonia
- 6.1.104 Paixton
- 6.1.105 Palestropol
- 6.1.106 Pamsterlin
- 6.1.107 Pasadena
- 6.1.108 Peripotamia
- 6.1.109 Pieville
- 6.1.110 Pilmont
- 6.1.111 Pine Mountain
- 6.1.112 Pixl
- 6.1.113 Quiris
- 6.1.114 Radiance Square
- 6.1.115 Ravenna
- 6.1.116 Rockham
- 6.1.117 Roke
- 6.1.118 Royalston
- 6.1.119 Saint Anna
- 6.1.120 Saint Roux
- 6.1.121 San Reinoldi
- 6.1.122 Savacaci
- 6.1.123 Scarborough
- 6.1.124 Sealane
- 6.1.125 Seaview
- 6.1.126 Segville
- 6.1.127 Serena
- 6.1.128 Sesby
- 6.1.129 Siletz
- 6.1.130 Snowtopic
- 6.1.131 Southport-sur-mer
- 6.1.132 Southton
- 6.1.133 Spring Valley
- 6.1.134 Spruce Hills
- 6.1.135 Spruce Plains
- 6.1.136 Storalisburg
- 6.1.137 Summerville (F7)
- 6.1.138 Sydney
- 6.1.139 Tenepi
- 6.1.140 Tetrapolis
- 6.1.141 Thunderbird
- 6.1.142 Titsensaki
- 6.1.143 TwinLands
- 6.1.144 Utopia
- 6.1.145 Vault City
- 6.1.146 Vekta
- 6.1.147 Venceslo
- 6.1.148 Verdantium
- 6.1.149 Vermilion
- 6.1.150 Washingcube
- 6.1.151 Waterville
- 6.1.152 Waverly
- 6.1.153 Wazamawazi
- 6.1.154 Welsbury
- 6.1.155 West Auria
- 6.1.156 West Calbar
- 6.1.157 West Vermilion
- 6.1.158 Whiteley
- 6.1.159 Williamsburg
- 6.1.160 Winterside
- 6.1.161 Woodsbane
- 6.1.162 Woodsdale
- 6.1.163 Xandar
- 6.1.164 Xilia
- 6.2 Ridership Table
- 6.3 Station Warps
- 6.1 Station Information
- 7 Other Information
- May, 2015 - hello RaiLinQ, welcome in the train market
- June, 2015 - Various changes where made to the network and frumple ruled that stations would be needing to be connected by physical track, significantly slowing progress and planning.
- July, 2015 - Planning was largely finished in July and the first routes that opened where closed again due to frumple's ruling as described above.
- October, 2015 - Redid full network planning to be more efficient and allowing travel across the full network for less then 5$.
- November, 2015 - First stop operating between wazamawazi queen maxima and wazamawazi westcross transferium.
- December, 2015 - Several linepieces operating, opening of the washingcube branch.
- June, 2017 - 50th station opened! (Wazamawazi West (Later renamed to Wazamawazi-Spring Valley))
- July, 2017 - 75th station opened! (Pamsterlin)
- November, 2017 - 100th station opened! (Whiteley Turing Square)
- May, 2018 - Central City has been connected to the network! (Station #111)
- June, 2018 - 125th station opened! (Welsbury Cube Monument)
- January, 2019 - 150th station opened! (Siletz North)
- March, 2019 - 175th station opened! (MRT Marina)
- May, 2019 - MRT Warptrain Museum has been connected into the network.
- June, 2019 - 200th station opened! (Siletz Central)
- January, 2020 - 225th station opened! (Bakersville Canarsie)
- September, 2020 - 250th station opened! (Narona)
Stoptrain Term used for stopping services on lines with intercity service and any other type of line without intercity service. Displayed in Grey (Main Lines) and Light Grey (Branch Lines) on the current operations map.
Intercity Term used for express trains. Displayed in various shades of orange on the current operations map.
In RaiLinQ we have a variety of station sizes classified simularly to the German Railways in real life.
Category 1 includes the largest hubs on the server
Category 2 includes most other intercity stations and hubs
Category 3 includes the smaller hubs and large non hubbing stations
Category 4 includes mostly mid-sized stopping stations
Category 5 includes small stations
Category 6 includes halts and very low ridership stations
EMU (Electric Multiple Units)
|Picture||Type||Manufacturer||Generation||Service Start||Axle Layout||Length||Cabin Layout||About|
|RA1-2e||AutoDesignZ||1||2016||Bo'2'+2'Bo'||2 Car (27)||Single Deck||This train was designed to function well on Stoptrain and Intercity services on Medium Distances. It is a shorter version of the RA1-3e.|
|RA1-3e||AutoDesignZ||1||Bo'2'+2'2'+2'Bo'||3 Car (40)||Single Deck||This train was designed to function well on Stoptrain and Intercity services on Medium Distances. It is a longer version of the RA1-2e.|
|HiS3-4||AutoDesignZ||3||Bo'Bo'2'2'2'Bo'||4 Car (51)||Single Deck (High Speed)||A prototype high speed train that resulted in no further set delivery to RaiLinQ due to the lack of high speed rail services on the network. It has however been sold and put into operation by other companies.|
|RA3-2||AutoDesignZ||3||2016||2'Bo'2'||2 Car (29)||Single Deck||This train was designed for low to mid capacity electrified lines, having an extra door per trainset over the RA1-2e for quicker passanger flow. It also increased driver safety by introducing a crash nose similarly to the one introduced earlier on the RA2-3 diesel multiple units.|
|RA4-3DD||AutoDesignZ||4||Bo'2'2'Bo'||3 Car (48)||Double Deck||Delivery of these units has been significantly delayed. They are intended to be used on high capacity lines that for whatever reason cannot have long platforms. It's been noted to be rather clunky in trials, with a high weight and top speed, but due to it's weight extremely slow acceleration.|
|Streettrain||tarheelscouse||Bo'2'+2'Bo'||2 Car (31)||Single Deck (Light Rail)||Originally intended for use on the armada to Snowtopic route it was too long to fit on the platform at Snowtopic. It's ideal for windy and slopey routes but has a low top speed. The units after delivery have been sitting for a while but will be used on the Christi to Formosa route coupled to Newtrain V2.0 units.|
|RA4-2||AutoDesignZ||4||2'Bo'2'||2 Car (27)||Single Deck||This train type comes in 3 different length variations. It's extremely versatile for Stoptrain services. It's known for it's extremely good reliability, High Capacity and good acceleration.|
|RA4-3||AutoDesignZ||4||2016||2'Bo'Bo'2'||3 Car (40)||Single Deck||This train type comes in 3 different length variations. It's extremely versatile for Stoptrain services. It's known for it's extremely good reliability, High Capacity and good acceleration.|
|RA4-4||AutoDesignZ||4||2017||2'Bo'Bo'+Bo'Bo'2'||4 Car (53)||Single Deck||This train type comes in 3 different length variations. It's extremely versatile for Stoptrain services. It's known for it's extremely good reliability, High Capacity and good acceleration.|
|Newtrain V2.0||NewRail & AutoDesignZ||Bo'Bo'+2'2'+Bo'Bo'||3 Car (47)||Single Deck (Light Rail)||A test batch was ordered for the possibility of more of these trains being put into service later. A second order never happened as these trains shown to have very unreliable engines. They will run together with Streettrain units to serve on the Christi to Formosa route in the hope that running them together takes some of the workload of the engines resulting in a more reliable service.|
|RA7-4DD||AutoDesignZ||7||2018||Bo'2'Bo'+Bo'2'Bo'||4 Car (64)||Double Deck||Designed specifically for use on the Central City shuttle, which required a really high capacity. It's intended for short distances and has relatively little power due to it's small engines, but preparations are made for an order of this train type with more powerful engines for Intercity services.|
|BluTrain||BluRail||Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||5 Car (53)||Single Deck||A train ordered by RaiLinQ from BluRail|
|RA7-HS||AutoDesignZ||7||2019||Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||5 Car (100)||Single Deck (High Speed)|
|RA8-2||AutoDesignZ||8||2019||Bo'Bo'Bo'||2 Car (34)||Single Deck|
|RA8-3||AutoDesignZ||8||2019||Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||3 Car (51)||Single Deck|
|RA8-4||AutoDesignZ||8||2019||Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||4 Car (68)||Single Deck|
DMU (Diesel Multiple Units)
|Picture||Type||Manufacturer||Generation||Service Start||Axle Layout||Length||Cabin Layout||About|
|RA1-1d||AutoDesignZ||1||2017||Bo'2'||1 Car (14)||Single Deck||A single car version of the RA1-2d DMU. It's not very powerful and doesn't have great acceleration. It's very reliable though, causing it to be used frequently on some lines despite it's age.|
|RA1-2d||AutoDesignZ||1||2015||Bo'2'+2'Bo'||2 Car (27)||Single Deck||A diesel variant of the RA1-2e EMU. It's not very powerful and doesn't have great acceleration. It's very reliable though, causing it to be used frequently on some lines despite it's age.|
|RA2-3||AutoDesignZ||2||2016||Bo'B'2'2'||3 Car (43)||Single Deck||A DMU with a strong engine intended to be used on longer regional diesel line. It's rather clunky and it's got a huge diesel engine in one of it's car causing relatively low passenger capacity. In end it turned out to be less reliable than expected causing it to be limited to services in the south of the server on shorter lines.|
|RA5-2Pcr||AutoDesignZ||5||2016||B'2'B'||2 Car (23)||Single Deck (Light Rail)||Made from the shells of old buses with some modern revamps, these trains are hated by passengers but are efficient and cheap. Due to noise issues and passenger complaints they have been limited to a few lines, despite their great economics.|
|RA5-1Pcr||AutoDesignZ||5||2019||2'B'||1 Car (13)||Single Deck (Light Rail)||A prototype of the RA5-2Pcr, it has been leased to another company and hasn't seen use in revenue service with RaiLinQ.|
|RA5-3||AutoDesignZ||5||2017||2'Bo'Bo'Bo'||3 Car (47)||Single Deck||A second attempt to create reliable diesel trains for longer non-electrified lines. Despite it's big engine similar to the RA2-3 it does have a high capacity, by placing the drivers cab on top of the engine a lot of space is shaped. It caused the trains to become known as "Camels". Though very comfortable and reliable they are hated by drivers due to the cramped cab with temperatures in the cab often reaching high due to it's location above the engine.|
|RA5-5||AutoDesignZ||5||2017||2'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||5 Car (76)||Single Deck||A second attempt to create reliable diesel trains for longer non-electrified lines. Despite it's big engine similar to the RA2-3 it does have a high capacity, by placing the drivers cab on top of the engine a lot of space is shaped. It caused the trains to become known as "Camels". Though very comfortable and reliable they are hated by drivers due to the cramped cab with temperatures in the cab often reaching high due to it's location above the engine.|
|RA6-1D||AutoDesignZ||6||Bo'Bo'||1 Car (21)||Single Deck||A prototype unit made to replace the old Pcr units, which lead to the construction of the class 153. It's clunky, unreliable, uncomfortable and loud. The lessons learned from the mistakes made lead to the Class 153 becoming a very successful train model. It hasn't seen revenue service.|
|Class 153||AutoDesignZ||6||2017||Bo'Bo'||1 Car (19)||Single Deck||A single car unit with a walkway at the cab. Not very comfortable for the driver due to the cab that can fold into the door and wall to allow passengers to use the space when coupled, but economically great and very comfortable for passengers. On top of all it also shown to be very reliable and it's use has been increasing to replace services previously run by Pcr units.|
|Class 156||AutoDesignZ||6||Bo'Bo'Bo'Bo'||2 Cars (37)||Single Deck||The two car varient of the Class 153, The class 156 has all the same flaws and upsides for the driver and passengers as the Class 153, but can carry slightly over double the amount of passengers the Class 153 can.|
|Class 628||AutoDesignZ||6||2017||Bo'2'+2'Bo'||2 Car (35)||Single Deck||Second hand trains refurbished by AutoDesignZ, originally operated by DB in Germany, they've entered revenue services on Stoptrain lines on the BTRail and RaiLinQ network.|
|RA6-1m1||AutoDesignZ||6||2017||2'Bo'2'||2(+M) Car (37)||Single Deck (Light Rail)||An oddity on the network. It's a prototype train with a strange layout was created to be able to better handle the short and curvy shuttle from Ilirea West to Ilirea Cascadia. It's trial was successful and more units may be ordered later.|
|Class 507D||AutoDesignZ||6||2017||Bo'2'+2'2'+2'Bo'||3 Car (50)||Single Deck||It's wide doors and metro like appearance make it perfect and recognisable for the local services within Verdantium. These trains aren't that special, with a pretty average performance, capacity and rating from passengers.|
|RA7D-2DD||AutoDesignZ||7||Bo'2'Bo'||2 Car (37)||Double Deck||Quite unique. It's a short diesel double decker unit designed for the Titsensaki - Mason City line. It's yet to be put to service but it has faced critique for looking rather clunky, but in trials passengers really liked the comfortable spacious interior resulting in the decision to order these units for multiple lines.|
|RA7-1ITA-DD||AutoDesignZ||7||2018||Bo'Bo'||1 Car (19)||Double Deck||Quite the oddity in being a diesel Double Decker railcar (Single carriage). It was made to be able to pull one or two double decker carriages for high capacity regional services at a lower weight and shorter length then other trains, however it has proven to be unreliable in pulling other carriages due to it's weak engine. Since then it's been bound to the shuttle between Ezzo City and Kenthurst Beach, as it full fills nicely in the required capacity needed for that relatively quiet shuttle line.|
|Parry MiniTrain||AutoDesignZ||7||A'A'||1 Car (9)||Single Deck (People Mover)||Class 139; ideal for low capacity lines that span extremely short distances. It's slow but very versatile and can handle very sharp turns.|
|LR-V-RLQ||STC||Bo'2'Bo'||2 Car (27)||Single Deck||One of the few trains used by RaiLinQ that is not manufactured by AutoDesignZ. It was ordered as a train to replace the ageing RA2-3 units for longer distance diesel rail lines, despite it's shorter length having a similar capacity due to a way smaller diesel engine.|
|Picture||Type||Manufacturer||Generation||Service Start||Power Method||Axle Layout||Length||Usage Type|
|D80||AutoDesignZ||2||Diesel||Bo'Bo'||9||Local Passengers & Light Goods|
|D90||AutoDesignZ||2||Diesel||Co'Co'||15||Express Passengers & Heavy Goods|
|SI-G Series 010||SI-G||Diesel||Bo'Bo'||18||Express Passengers & General Freight|
|SI-G Series 110||SI-G||Electric||Bo'Bo'||15||Express Passengers & Heavy Freight|
|Picture||Type||Manufacturer||Generation||Service Start||Axle Layout||Length||Usage Type|
|CA8DD||AutoDesignZ||8||2'2'||19||Local & Express Passengers|
Train Lines: Intercity
IC 0100: Wazamawazi - Whiteley
Wazamawazi Queen Maxima
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. At December 11 2015 the first 2 stations opened their doors on this line; Wazamawazi Queen Maxima and Calbar Arena. Almost a year later at 20 November 2016 Laclede Central opened as the third station. Over a year later at 25 February 2018 Christi and Mons Pratus stations opened on this line. At 6 May 2018 Grayzen station opened. At 16 June 2018 Merchant City opened. Fun Fact: Merchant City was the planned terminus of the first RaiLinQ line ever planned. At October 5th 2018 Venceslo Ferrocaril Center and Whiteley Turing Square stations opened seperated from the other section of this line. Please reference the current operations map to see what your travel options are. At June 21st 2019 ATC International Airport and San Reinoldi Stations opened. At june 26nd 2019, Siletz Central opened on this line. At july 31st 2019 Astoria station opened. At 26 September 2019 Elecna Bay North Station opened. The final section between Elecna Bay North and Venceslo Ferrocaril Center (both stations where open before but unconnected) where connected at October 04th 2019.
IC 0200: Roke - Whiteley
Whiteley Turing Square
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. At December 20th 2016 finally the first section of the line opened between Birchview and Dandenong. On February 1st 2017 Dandenong - Benion opened additionally which closed subsequently on February 2nd 2017 after issues with Benion station ownership. (The City claimed they had full ownership over the station and trains pasted into it and told RaiLinQ quite literally to Fuck Off out of Benion. According to ridership numbers Benion station was never used by a passanger on the day it was open. At April 12th 2017 New Phoenix Station opened. At April 13th 2017 Banana station Opened. At April 16th 2017 Enspington station opened. At July 3rd 2017 the section between Sealane Central and Utopia meaning the line now has 2 different operational sections. Ravenna Sports park and Titsensaki on the northern end of the northern operating portion opened on 6th of July 2017. On July 17th Old Verdantium Station opened. On july 18th Roke station opened, the final northern Terminus of this line. On September 6th 2017 the rest of the line opened to make the line fully operational. (Xilia Nation, Christi, Laclede Central, Leydon Airport) At November 13th 2017 an additional stop in St. Anna opened along the line between New Phoenix and Banana, being called St. Anna Mercy General. At 26 September 2018, Utopia station was renamed to Utopia Stephenson station to avoid confusion with other stations in Utopia. At 17 September 2019 it was merged with the old Intercity 0300 meaning the old stops of the Intercity 0300 where added onto the line: Bexley Central, Paixton, Mallison and Whiteley Turing Square. This merging also meant a change of stock given part of this route is not electrified, and the line from this point on runs with brand new Hybrid (Bi-Mode) trains.
IC 0400: Utopia - Mason City
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. After being planned for a really long time the line this line has not yet come into operation. At 15 January 2019 Utopia Stephenson, Dabecco Central and San Reinoldi stations opened. At 25 May 2019 an isolated section on the line opens between Mason City King Redtie III, Ellesume Central, Airchester Central and Freedon Barfing Rainbow Fields Stations. At 18th November 2019 Saint Roux Gare Orsay opened. At 29th January 2020 the last station on the line: Scarborough Denzil Junction opened.
IC 0500: Whiteley - Bronte
At 5 October 2018 the line first opened between Whiteley College Park and Venceslo Ferrocaril Stations. At 5 October 2019 the line was extended to Elecna Bay North causing the opening of Downsview, Genesis, Isle of Chez and Elecna Bay North on this line.
IC 0600: San Reinoldi - Sunshine Coast
At 14 November 2020, the first two stations on the line opened: San Reinoldi and Thunderbird. Saint Roux Gare Orsay opened on 21 November 2020.
IC 0700: Kanterlyn - Las Playas
(Far North Line)
Train Lines: Stoptrain
ST 1100: Wazamawazi - Mason City
Wazamawazi Queen Maxima
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. The first section between Wazamawazi QM and West Calbar opened 10 days later at November 26th and to Calbar Arena at 11 December 2015. Amestris after some short negotiations opened at February 4th 2016. Laclede West first was cancelled and after a wait and a lot of negotiating the station opened at September 15th 2016 and has one of the longest staircases on the network. At november 20th 2016 the section to Laclede Central, well over 2 years after construction of the station finally opened to the public. At April 12th 2017 Laclede South station opened in the south of the city of Laclede. At June 18th 2017 Christi Station Opened. At March 1st 2018 Mons Pratus and Mons Pratus Sports Park opened. At May 6th Grayzen Station Opened. At June 20th Merchant City, Grayzen Laminole, Williamsburg and Digipool stations opened. Alienor Station opened at 21 February 2019 between Grayzen and Mons Pratus after it became clear that the seperate line to Alienor would not be made due to a lack of platform availability at Grayzen. At 16 March 2019 the following Stations opened on this line: Achowalogen Takachsin Western Transportation Hub, Downtown Achowalogen Takachsin, Achowalogen Takachsin Suburb, Downtown Solarion, Outer Solarion and Ellesume Central. At 23 March 2019 Mason City Airport, North Haven and Mason City King Redtie III stations opened finally finishing the line after well over three years of work.
ST 1200: Merchant City - Fort Yaxier
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. The first section between Merchant City, ATC International Airport, Nihongo, Lochminehead, Woodsbane, San Reinoldi Airport and San Reinoldi stations opened on June 23rd 2019. Siletz Central opened on June 26nd 2019. Royalston station opened on July 1st 2019. Palestropol, Southport, Barken, Rockham and Haibian stations opened on July 26th 2019. On July 30th 2019, Astoria and Sydney stations opened. At 26 August 2019 Elecna Bay Olympic Park and Elecna Bay North stations opened.
ST 1300: Utopia - Chalxior
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. The first section between Utopia - UCWTIA/A5 - Sealane Central was finally opened at 4th of July 2017. UCWTIA/A5 was renamed to UCWTIA/Greenmount at august 10th 2017 and a direct metro line to greenmount (400 blocks away from the station) is under construction. At 6th September 2017 10 new stations opened: Birchview South, Leydon Airport, Bakersville Heights, Bakersville Town, Tetrapolis, Laclede North, Cornus, Basking Ridge, Xilia Nation and Oakburgh. At 7 September 2017 Heights City Station opened. At 10 September 2017 Quiris Junction, Quiris North and Liten stations opened. Pilmont opened at 23 September 2017. Chalxior opened at 24 September 2017. At 31 January 2018 an additional stop opened on the existing line at New Acreadium (New Acreadium Hofplein). At 26 September 2018, Utopia station was renamed to Utopia Stephenson station to avoid confusion with other stations in Utopia. At 11 March 2019, an additional stop opened in New Acreadium to facilitate the exchange with the line to Moramoa which did not fit in New Acreadium Hofplein Station and to serve the local airfield: New Acreadium Schiphol Station. This station is loosely based on the real life station of Nijkerk in The Netherlands. At 17 September 2020 another additional stop opened in New Acreadium (New Acreadium Eemshaven) to facilitate an exchange with AquaLinQ towards various destinations.
ST 1400: San Reinoldi - Ellesume
This line is part of the local version of Intercity 0400. Ellesume Central, Sesby MRT Warptrain Museum, Sesby Central, Airchester Central, Airchester Poem Wall and Accerton stations all opened on this line on the 5th of May 2019. Castlecombe followed later that same day. Freedon Silverwood, Freedon Quartzwood and Freedon Barfing Rainbow Fields Stations opened on the 25th of May 2019. At 18 November 2019 Phos City, Izumo and Saint Roux Gare Orsay opened. The line was finally extended to Montagnas, Scarborough Denzil Junction, Scarborough North, Beaufort, San Reinoldi Alcala Estacio, San Reinoldi Limone and San Reinoldi on the 5th of February 2020.
ST 1700: Wazamawazi - Carnoustie
Wazamawazi Queen Maxima
Various versions of lines out north towards Larkspur and various other towns existed over the years but the final rough idea was adopted in late 2019, and the plan for the Far North Line was mostly finalised in mid to late 2020. The ST 1700 is the Stoptrain on the Far North line and it's first three stations opened on 10 October 2020. Those stations being Wazamawazi Queen Maxima, Wazamawazi Hiranomachi and New Woodbury Auburn. On 17 October 2020 West Auria station opened.
ST 2000: Wazamawazi - Birchview
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. The second section between Wazamawazi QM and Wazamawazi Airport at July Third 2016 after the first section (with an old station in Jeeka) had been closed due to the construction of said airport. Later that day the line also opened to the new Jeeka station and Newton Le Willows. At November 18th 2016 Armada station opened to the west side of Armada equipped with heat trapping doors. The line was extended to Orio and Waterville station that same day. Almost a month later at December 12th 2016 Lanark Junction station opened it's doors to be renamed at December 15th 2016 to Horizon Junction to reference the nearby Airport that also is connected with a walkway to the station. Again 3 days later at December 18th 2016 Woodsdale station opened and one day later the line was finished all the way up to Birchview Central at December 19th 2016. At September 11th 2017 an extra station was opened at Vault City. At June 6th 2018 an extra station was opened at Birch Forest City.
ST 2100: Astoria - Bronte
ST 3000: Armada - Snowtopic
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. It used to go from Wazamawazi to Snowtopic via Armada. With the addition of multiple stations between wazamawazi and Armada it was chosen to split the line. The line is fully single tracked and electrified but services are done with a cheap low capacity diesel railbus to cover for the costs of operating trains on such a short line. The trip takes just 4 minutes per direction and the whole train is services by just a single train. As an additional oddity the line is completely disconnected from the network, to get trains on the line or away for service a crane would need to be used to get the train off the bridge in snowtopic. The line was fully opened just over a year after being re-planned at 20 November 2016.
ST 3200: Ezzo City - Moton
This line was born all the way at the beginning and except for adding more stops was pretty much unchanged since June 10th 2015. The First bit opened at 5 May 2018. This includes Vekta & Xandar Station, West Vermilion Station and Vermilion Airport Station. Cinnabar Island and Ezzo City Stations opened on the 11th of May 2018. Vekta North station opened on the 18th of May 2018. Vekta North Station was entirely made without the use of World Edit, including the train "pasted" there, which was copied by hand. Pixl Station was opened at the 20th of May 2018. Seaview Station was opened at the 25th of May 2018. Savacaci Station was opened at the 28th of May 2018. Oasis Sands Station was opened at the 29th of May 2018. Merced station was opened on 28 August 2018. Morihama station was opened at 19 September 2018. Moton station was opened at 21 September 2018, finishing the line. On 22 September 2018 AquaLinQ now connects to the network at Morihama station.
ST 3300: Wazamawazi - Daneburg
This line was born all the way at the beginning and except for adding more stops was pretty much unchanged since June 10th 2015. The first station opened at November 19th 2015 between Wazamawazi Queen Maxima and Westcross Transferium. It opened to Ilirea at December 13th 2015. At February 7th 2016 vekta and Xandar Station was opened to be followed later the same day by Espil North/East with Espil Doublis Road and Daneburg East opening in the last specs of light of that same day. At 13th March the last station, Daneburg Central opened. At September 24th 2016 Doublis Road station closed to be replaced by Espil Airport at September 27th 2016. At 25 July 2017 Waverly Junction station opened between Daneburg East and Espil Airport. You can exchange here for IntraRail services to Waverly in a rare act of working together between competing companies. This new station has no road access and by that is not Wheelchair accessible from entrance to platform, meaning it is not listed as wheelchair accessible even though it is wheelchair accessible as an exchange. At 30 January 2019 the line went into renovations to add a new station and make improvements in the accessibility of various stations along the line. These works where finished at 9 Feburary 2019 and with that came the opening of a new station: Pixl East. With this the old rolling stock (D55 Engine + 2*Ca1 Cariage) was replaced by a LR-V-RLQ DMU.
ST 3400: Bexley - Daneburg
This line came about at April 8th 2016 after Bexley became one of the southern planned hubs and construction started later that year with Daneburg Central - Kolpino Airport opening at November 19 2016. At March 5th 2017 the line fully opened to Bexley central. At April 10th 2017 Helix Bay North finally opened after being around for a while but unable to be operated to due to the towns low rank. The GSM at april 9th changed that.
ST 3500: Bexley - Falloway
Bexley Central - Bexley West opened at 10th April 2017. Bexley West - Bexley Colorside - Southton - Falloway opened at 25th July 2017. Janghwa City Station opened at 12 October 2018, as a new extra stop between Bexley Colorside and Southton. At October 19th 2020 Bexley Colorside Station was closed as the indirect result of unsubmitted town transfer requests and a subsequent inactive town bypass request.
ST 3600: Bexley - San Reinoldi
Line opened between Bexley, Utopia and East End at July 12th 2017, Matheson North Kinison Station opened at 18 September 2018. At 26 September 2018, Utopia station was renamed to Utopia Stephenson station to avoid confusion with other stations in Utopia. At 15 January 2019 the line fully opened all the way to San Reinoldi including new intermediate stops at Summerville, Dabecco Keenan Court, Dabecco Central, Dabecco Library and Siletz North. Oakley Union, the third RaiLinQ station ever created from before the time warptrains had to have physical connections also re-opened as an intermediate station on this line after sitting empty for over 3 years at 15 January 2019. At 27th June 2019 Summerville station was renamed to Summerville - Ulfthorp to help differentiate between the two towns named Summerville on the server.
ST 3700: Utopia - Formosa
This line is the final result of years of changing plans in the area, replacing the various planned lines that have over time planned to serve the Formosa Capital - Sealane Central section, Sealane Central - Segville section and the Utopia Central - Utopia Stephenson section. At 5 October 2018 the entire line opened with all it's stations: Formosa Capital, Little Italy, Sealane North, Sealane Central, Pieville The Mudpie, Segville International, Utopia IKEA, Utopia Stephenson and Utopia Central, which is actually the first RaiLinQ station ever constructed and had closed originally on a line from Sealane to Utopia, after a rule was put in place on the server causing the need for all warptrain stations to be connected back in 2015, which is with the opening of this line finally back in service.
ST 3800: Serena - Formosa
This line is the final result of years of changing plans in the area, involving various plans of lines from Kenthurst and Formosa into Sealane, Christi, Laclede and Calbar Arena. In the end ST 6000 ended up taking the route between Ezzo City and Christi and this line was made a small branch line between Serena and Formosa via New Terra. At 29 September 2020 the entire line opened with stations at Serena, Serena South, Xilia HSR, New Terra and Formosa Capital.
ST 3900: San Reinoldi - Vergil & Melrose
Vegil & Melrose where first intended to be served in the very first RaiLinQ route planning but then it was chosen to move the mainly in the east further west to go past Appleton and San Reinoldi instead in 2015. A replacement was planned to serve these two towns on a small branch line coming from Appleton which was shortely after cancelled because Appleton was destroyed in it's entirety to make way for Covina's ATC Airport which at the time wouldn't get a warptrain station (it did get one later in 2018). To still reach the towns of Vergil & Melrose the terminus of the branch line was moved from Appleton to San Reinoldi and the line would from now on also be planned to serve Loudoun. Construction on the line started in late 2018, despite the fact Melrose at this point in time didn't exist anymore at all and Vergil was removed and it becoming a district in the south of Covina, the old station terminus at Vergil & Melrose was chosen to have it's name remain the same, now being next to Melrose transportation center in the district of Vergil in Covina. The section between San Reinoldi and Loudoun opened on 29 January 2019. Vergil & Melrose Station opened at 21 February 2019 connecting to Loudoun with one of the longest diagonal warptrain tunnels on the server.
ST 4000: Wazamawazi - Moton
Spring Valley and Wazamawazi West stations where constructed back in 2015. 21 months later at June 19th 2017 the line was finished and opened completely. At January 6th 2019 the station was renamed to Wazamawazi-Spring Valley to reflect the nearby MRT Station. At May 7th 2019 Spring Valley was renamed to Spring Valley University, the originally intended name. At May 7th 2019 as well Spring Valley Airfield, Nauvis and Moleville stations opened. At May 11th 2019 Jeb and Aquamarine Bay stations opened. At June 17th Moton Bay and Moton stations opened, finishing the line.
ST 4100: Sealane - Ashmore
ST 4200: Whiteley - Birdhall
ST 4300: Wazamawazi - Fortaleza
Storalisburg station has a long history as you can see on the memorial plaque on the station. The line opened on 19 June 2017. Fortaleza Frontale Station was added as a planned extention to the line in late September 2019 as this would be the easiest way to connect the town of Fortaleza to the RaiLinQ network. This extension opened on 6 October 2019. This also marked the retirement of the RA5-2Pcr on this line, being replaced by newer Class 153 trains.
ST 4500: Lanark - Welsbury
Horizon Junction, Lanark Downtown Hills, Swale, Spruce Hills and Lone Spruce opened at unknown dates. Eastwood Station opened at May 28th 2018. Pine Mountain South Station opened at June 1st 2018. Pine Mountain Airfield Station opened at June 4th 2018. Welsbury Cube Monument Station opened at June 5th 2018. This line used to be operated under a colaboration between ChimeRail and RaiLinQ. Some trains due to this may still have a different livery then the usual RaiLinQ livery, and some signs may still be marked as ChimeLinQ.
ST 4600: San Reinoldi - Sunshine Coast
At 14 November 2020 the first four stations on the line opened: San Reinoldi, San Reinoldi Limone, Thunderbird Arena & Thunderbird.
ST 4700: Utopia - Ezzo City
Utopia - Formosa and all stops in between opened on 17th June 2017. 42 station opened at 18th June 2017. The three stations in Kenthurst, Kenthurst Aerodrome, Kenthurst and Mississa Bay have been opened at 14th July 2017. At the 10th of May 2018 Ezzo City opened meaning the line is now finished. At 26 September 2018, Utopia station was renamed to Utopia Stephenson station to avoid confusion with other stations in Utopia.
ST 4900: Quiris - Stoneedge
ST 5000: Ilirea
This line opened at an unknown date in order to give connections between RailinQ and various other warptrain companies serving Ilirea. At an unknown date in 2020 Ilirea Cascadia station renamed to Ilirea ITC.|}
ST 5100: Daneburg - Ezzo City
Daneburg Central - Tenepi opened at July 7th 2017. Daneburg Harbour opened at September 19th 2017. Sulfureal Lakes station opened at January 4th 2018. Glenbrook Station opened at January 5th 2018. Ezzo City opened May 13th 2018 finishing the line. At 13 February 2019 Sulfureal Lakes Station was renamed to Aprix Station following a renaming of the town.
ST 5200: Verdantium - Fenwick
Verdantium Harbour (AquaLinQ Connection)
Old verdantium, Verdantium Northfields and Verdantium Bowie Arena opened as first 3 stations on the line at July 20th 2017. Verdantium Harbour opened on July 26th 2017. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch opened on November 15th 2017. The final station at Verdantium Fenwick Square opened at May 13th 2018. At 17 September 2020 Verdantium Fenwick Square was renamed to Fenwick Central.
ST 5400: Siletz - Bronte
On May 5th 2020 the first section of the line opened between Siletz Central and Saint Roux Gare Orsay, calling at Siletz Central, New Beginnings, Scarborough Fairstone Heights, Scarborough Denzil Junction and Saint Roux Gare Orsay.
ST 5500: Kolpino City - Pamsterlin
The whole line opened on July 27th 2017.
ST 5700: Mason City - Saint Anna
St. Anna Mercy General and St. Anna Central opened at 15 November 2017. Creeperville Sakurajima opened at November 19th 2017. West Winterside opened at November 22nd 2017. Hendon & Geneva Station opened at May 22nd 2019.
ST 5800: Mason City - Secunda
Mason City King Redtie III
This line first opened on 17 September 2020 between Titsensaki, Heaven City Angelbridge, Fort Chipewyan, Blackheart, Nymphalia Essence Park, Nymphalia Florum, Padagonia and Cornerstone.
ST 6000: Christi - Ezzo City
The line fully opened between Kenthurst Beach and Ezzo City at 15 May 2018 as a local shuttle to give RaiLinQ a connection with the ferries at Kenthurst Beach. At 15 March 2019 it was decided to reroute some lines in the area. As a result this line was planned to be extended towards Calbar Arena to fix the issue that Ezzo City as a local hub is hard to reach from the north. At 18 September 2020 the planned extension to Calbar Arena was cancelled and the line was planned to be redirected to Christi instead. On 23 September 2020 Kenthurst Port, Radiance Square, Serena, Narona and Christi stations opened on this line.
At Narona Station: From platform to street level, the coloured stripes lining the staircase spell out NARONA in base 3 (where Red = 0, Green = 1, and Blue = 2). Each triplet of stripes corresponds to a number, which maps to the letter in that position of the alphabet (so A = 1, B = 2, etc)
ST 6100: Laclede - Bakersville
This line was planned in 2018 to give extra connection to the southern areas of Bakersville and connect St. Francis Xavier Regional Airport to the network. It was later decided this line will be constructed and operated in Co-operation with FrostyRail. After a very slow planning and construction phase the line finally fully opened all at once on the 26th of January 2020.
ST 6200: Lanark - West Calbar
This line was planned in September 2018 to replace the old Washingcube Branch together with Stoptrain 6300. This line opened on February 10th 2019 between Calbar Arena, Washingcube and Spruce Plains. The line was finished on March 15th 2019 with the opening of Spruce Plains North and Horizon Junction on this line.
ST 6300: Waterville - West Calbar
This line was planned in September 2018 to replace the old Washingcube Branch together with Stoptrain 6200. This line opened on February 15th 2019 between Calbar Arena, Freshney Marina, Freshney North, Spruce Plains South, Arendale and Harrington. Pasadena station opened on March 13th 2019. Finally at March 14th Waterville Pontiac and Orio & Waterville stations opened finishing the line.
ST 6400: Whiteley
This line opened on September 9th 2018 between Whiteley Turing Square, Whiteley Hudson Street and Whiteley College Park. Whiteley Airport Parkway station opened at the 10th of February 2019 finishing the line.
ST 6500: New Acreadium - Moramoa
This line opened on March 13th 2019 between New Acreadium Schiphol, Antioch and Peripotamia stations. This line was subsequently finished the day after on March 14th 2019 with the opening of TwinLands, Moramoa Wyndham Street and Moramoa Central stations.
ST 6600: MRT Marina - Covina
This line opened on March 16th 2019 between Merchant City and Covina Theatre. MRT Marina station opened on March 17th 2019 as the 175th open RaiLinQ station. On February 2nd 2019, the line was finished, opening new stations at Covina Elm Street, Victorian City Waterport, Victorian City Edwardian, Vergil IKEA and newly serving an existing station at Vergil & Melrose.
ST 6700: Whiteley - Bardot Springs
This line was planned after it became apparent a platform was left at Whiteley Turing Square in late 2018 and the towns of Itomori and Bardot Springs both requesting a connection in the months leading up to that time. Bardot Springs station was almost immediately constructed but Itomori south and the connecting tracks where only made at 12, 13 and 14 September 2019 due to prioritisation of other lines. The full line opened on September 14th 2019 between Whiteley Turing Square, Itomori South and Bardot Springs.
ST 9600: Greenmount
Since the 4th of July 2017 UCWTIA/A5 station has been open, located in Sealane but with no exist to Sealane, and only an exit to UCWTIA via a long walkway. At August 10th 2017 a MetroLinQ (cart) metro line opened to Greenmount's MRT Station in order to connect the station to the town of Greenmount and the station was renamed to UCWTIA/Greenmount. After disappointing passenger use and some problems with the redstone it was decided in 2019 to convert the metro line to a little people mover shuttle line to be branded under RaiLinQ to make the network in the area easier to understand. The MetroLinQ metro closed down on May 6th 2020 and the new RaiLinQ stoptrain 9600 to replace it opened on May 8th 2020. The old station in Greenmount at the MRT station was abandoned and replaced by a new station with stepfree access slightly further east in the town.
ST 9700: Freedon - Northberg
This line was planned after it became apparent that Northberg would not fit on the same route as Castlecombe on the Stoptrain 1400 without extremely awkward and wavy track alignments which where undesirable for a major Intercity rail line. It was decided in early 2019 for that reason to instead operate a shuttle between Freedon and Northberg, which actually made service better, as this also allowed a quick connection to IC0400 at Freedon. The line opened in it's entirety between Freedon Barfing Rainbow Fields and Northberg South on the 19th of November 2019.
ST 9800: Moramoa
This line is a very short shuttle line running on small rail-buses derived from the Parry People Mover intended to make the Moramoa Parkour Tower accessible by public transportation. Both stations opened at 14 March 2019 after the line was constructed in mid 2018 and sat unused since due to the fact the line was completely isolated, where RaiLinQ has a policy to not operate isolated rail lines. It's a great example of what can happen when towns, railway companies and a comically small train work together to create a useful service. The line is not wheelchair accessible due to the simple fact that the target destination is not accessible by wheelchair either way.
ST 9900: Central City - Eden
The first bit of the line, Grayzen to Central City opened at May 6th 2018. The final station, Eden, opened at May 7th 2018.
0300 CLOSED Intercity Utopia - Whiteley Turing Square (North South Mainline)
|Utopia - Whiteley|
|First Opened||5 March 2017|
|Finished at||16 November 2017|
|Closed at||15 September 2019|
|Stock Used||RA5-3 + RA5-5|
This line is the result of various line changes and re-routings due to various situations at 16 November 2015. After being planned for a really long time the line finally came into partial operation at March 5th 2017 between Bexley and Utopia. Paixton station opened at October 5th 2017. Mallison station opened at November 15th 2017. Whiteley Turing Square, RaiLinQ station 100 opened at November 16th 2017. At 26 September 2018, Utopia station was renamed to Utopia Stephenson station to avoid confusion with other stations in Utopia. At 15 September 2019 the line closed permanently, the stations served by the line are from this point onwards served by Intercity 0200, which to be able to drive on the tracks without overhead wires on the former Intercity 0300, would get new stock and would start to use Hybrid Engines.
3100 CLOSED Stoptrain Calbar Arena - Freshney Marina (Washingcube Branch)
|Calbar Arena - Orio & Waterville|
|First Opened||17 December 2015|
|Finished at||17 December 2015|
|Closed At||10 February 2019|
This line came into existance at 10 December 2015 and opened just a week later as a way to connect Freshney and Washingcube in a more decent way then just the 2 stations in West Calbar. The line fully opened all at once at 17 December 2015 and with that was the first fully finished RaiLinQ line. North Calbar halt got renamed to Amestris West at 7 September 2017. At 10 February 2019 the line closed due to restructuring of lines in this area. FrostyRail takes over the service starting late February 2019 but Freshney Marina will no longer be served in that operation. Amestris stays connected on RaiLinQ on Stoptrain 1400, Washingcube gets a new station on Stoptrain 6200 and Freshney North and Freshney Marina get service on Stoptrain 6300.