Gardellia Mainlines Northern Connector Line
|Gardellia Mainlines - Northern Connector Line|
A photo of a Northern Connector Line rail corridor, taken by MineShafter61
Gardellia Main Station |
|Opened||13 July 2019 (Gardellia Central to Clexio Bay)|
|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)|
Formerly known as the Gardellia Mainlines Pink Line, the Gardellia Mainlines Northern Connector Line is one of the seven Gardellia Mainlines, which runs north from Central City to Sandridge Central. It is also known as the Brown Line, a it has yet to be fully rebranded as the Pink Line. It has 25 stations in total.
The Northern Connector Line runs from Central Station along the Blue Line, until it splits off after New Oak and parallels the Yellow Line to the east. After passing through Cacklesburg, the Pink Line winds through the mountains to Clexio Bay. It then terminates at Sandridge Central as a major interchange station between North-East Line and Northeastern Bypass.
List of stations
|Station Number||Station Name||Station Claimant||Interchange/Notes|
|Gardellia Main Station||Gardellia||Interchange station with North-West, North-East, Central Peninsular and Island lines|
|Castelnau Le Lez||SilverWolv|
|Gospley||Minebuilder1223||Interchange station with North-West, Central Peninsular and Island lines|
|Palm Ridge||Tony515||Interchange station with North-West and Island lines|
|New Oak||wong2750||Interchange station with North-West line|
|Unclaimable Please message SilverWolv for details.|
|Cacklesburg||bokbokobama||Interchange station with Central Peninsular line|
|Clexio Bay Central||SoSo123||Interchange station with Circular and Northeastern Bypass lines|
|TomiVille||This claim is up for adoption. Contact Gardellia Department if interested.|
|Not My Current Town||NotMyCurrentName|
|Sandridge Central||hinwapoon||Interchange station with North-East and Northeastern Bypass lines|
The line is planned to be extended to the east and south from Sandridge, and south from Central Station.