Gardellia Mainlines Northeastern Bypass

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Gardellia Mainlines - Northeastern Bypass
MainlineLogo.jpeg MainlineNB.jpeg
A photo of a Northeastern Bypass rail corridor, taken by MineShafter61
Type Commuter Rail
System Gardellia Mainline
Status Operational
Termini -
Stations -
Services 1
Opened -
Operator(s) TransHaven
Character -
Depot(s) N/A
Rolling stock -
Line Length -
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge
Electrification 750 V DC Third rail
Operating speed 140km/h (87 mph)
Route Map

Formerly known as the Gardellia Mainlines Purple Line, the Gardellia Northeastern Bypasss is one of the seven Gardellia Mainlines in service.

Built by members hinwapoon and SoSo123, the Northeastern Bypass was opened on the 25th of September, 2019. It is currently the newest mainline as of 2020.

The line is coloured in a deep purple on the mainline map.


The line starts from an underground platform in Clexio Bay. The line then ascends as it approaches the mountains, and goes eastward. After passing through  NB-N3 , the line leaves the mountains and reaches roofed forests and plains. The line curves southward, then eastward after passing through  NB-N4  and descends as it reaches the swampland. The line then goes underground until it reaches  NB-N8  Sandridge.

List of stations

Station Number Station Name Station Claimant Interchange/Notes
 NB-N1  CC-N11 
Clexio Bay SoSo123 Interchange station with Circular and Northern Connector lines
 NB-N2  Clexio Bay East SoSo123
 NB-N3  Unclaimed
 NB-N4  St. Leonstad leon100906
 NB-N5  Woo City WillieWoo257986
 NB-N6  Unclaimed
 NB-N7  Sandridge West hinwapoon
 NB-N8  NE-N13 
Sandridge Central hinwapoon Interchange station with North-East and Northern Connector lines
 NB-N9  Sandridge East hinwapoon
 NB-N10  Unclaimed
 NB-N11  Loos-en-Gohelle BlockExplosionz
 NB-N12  ON-E1  one-north Central Government of one-north Interchange station with one-north line

Future Extension

There are plans to extend the line north from one-north Central, to the border to the north.