SLRR club is a place that brings forgotten SL Railroads back to where it belongs. Take a trip with the first party train in SL, which crosses 80 regions in SL covered with railways. Explore the Second Life you never knew of! Party as you ride those tracks. Also, use the beautiful place with your loved one, at all of the romantic spots.
The Lunalis-Sponsa Railworx Terminal is an ambitious multi-region automated narrow-gauge rail network in Heterocera in Mainland, with access to LDPW SLRR as well as LDPW Route 1. Stops include: Ascension Park, Whiddershins, Rasts Rail, The Moonshine Motel, and The Unity Amphitheatre.
The Nature Collective has gone "Off the Rails!" Located off the SL Railroad's North Coast branch, this location offers a GTFO! Hub and is a slice of nature hidden among the rails. Take a break from your travels and try your hand at the community farm and garden, relax at the Railcar Coffee Co., and when you're done, rez your train and get out and explore!
Trainspotters and public transit fans new and old meet at the VRC Substation for trips, freebies, and info. Monitor real-time location of public transit vehicles serving Bay City and Nova Albion, including trolleys, ferries and balloons. Hop a free train and tour the SLRR short line through Bay City's industrial district.
The ZZR spans over four different regions and ends in the small seaside village of Little Coverston, The ZZR is one of the few narrow gauge railways in Second Life. Passengers experience beautiful views along the railway during a trip that crosses viaducts, Route 9A and numerous hills.
The GlastonBelli CheddarWorx Railway System is a train network that tours the points of interest of GlastonBElli and its neighbors. Featured stops are The Drako Roller Coaster, GlastonBelli Pyramid, The Cheddar Man Caves, and Corsica South Coast Airfield.
Olde Lapara Towne has an abandoned railroad bridge that runs right through the historic downtown. It has been disused so long, that trees have grown, and picnic baskets have sprouted! Come take a walk on this urban wonder, get a view of the streets below, come see the SLRR mainline from high up, and look at the beautiful parcels owned by the neighbors. Summer only. Explorers welcome.
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