Here is a preview of all the new train stations from Randelsham Forest going all the way to the end of the line at SSPE1110. It’s important to remember the Moles are still working on the east side of the log homes continent building new log homes and new interesting areas. The SSPE region names will change at some point in the months ahead.
Log Homes Railway Map–Version 2.0 –February 2021
Hawkesblood train station is the nearest station if you continue heading west from Randelsham Forest
The new SSPE1110 Train Station is located above the red line on the right side
The new SSPE1217 Tunnel is located above the red line on the left side
The SSPE1130Switch is located where the red and blue line meets
Most of the railway line shown below is still not ready for public train use.
In recent weeks the Moles have added more railway track and more railway stations on the east side of the log homes continent highlighted in blue on the map below. It’s not yet open to the public for rezzing trains. The wait is almost over.
My last blog post back in late October 2020 I posted that the Moles extended the railway line from SSPE1162 to SSP1165. Since then the railway line has expanded through the middle of the log homes continent going east then turning up north near the new recently opened Stilt homes regions highlighted in red squares.
There are now new railway stations, rez areas, signal points, victorian tunnels, bridges, railway line crossings and much more. The Moles have been working on this railway development since early 2020 and have done a great job going through the different Linden home theme styles.
The latest new railway line starts roughly from SSPE1125 all the way up to SSPE1111 where there is a big loop around. There is a new railway station in SSPE1111 and a train on the tracks nearby.
I believe this is the end of the railway line on the east side of the log homes continent for now. I will blog again if new changes happen next month.
It’s worth flying over the new railway line from one side to the other side of the log homes continent seeing what’s new. I think you will be amazed at all the latest developments.
It’s going to look really exciting when the railway track finally opens in the weeks/months ahead along with new Linden homes. I can’t wait to ride the new railway soon and I’m sure many can’t wait to rez trains too.
Great progress so far overall and I can’t wait to see what comes next throughout this new year.
In the past week or so the Moles have extended the railway track from SSPE1162 (from the tunnel) to SSPE1165. I have added two white lines on the map above where the newly added railway track has been placed. On the map the long green line is where the Moles will be adding new railway tracks.
This part of the railway line is still closed for the public. In the weeks ahead more new railway track will be added going further up north eastwards. The Moles have added more new Linden homes nearby and around the central areas/coastline recently.
Bugs bunny looks at the new railway track curving around into the trees.
The new railway adventure awaits….to be continued.
Earlier this week I posted the latest railway track progress going eastwards on the log homes continent and this blog post looks at whats going on down south to the buffer stop. It’s worth exploring if you love new areas.
It’s worth mentioning this new track going down south is not open for use yet. This is just a preview for now until the Moles fully complete the area very soon. I am very excited about the new developments going on this month.
The start of the new railway track going down southwards starts in SSPE1459 with the LH Signal Bridge with some red cube placeholders nearby. The railway track then follows main road down south passing many signal points along the way. The railway track then goes into a forest where there is a new train station and finally the line ends with a buffer stop post.
As you go down south there are newly built log homes along the side of the new road with the railway track next to it which looks very nice.
I can’t wait for the south and east railway line to open to the public in the months ahead. It’s going to be super fun for sure.