|Retrofutur Tram Station
Like a spider web perched on long steel rods and crossed beams, the trams slipped above the void like skaters tightrope walkers that skate on twisted steel cables.
This tramways entered and left the big iron station dressed like a woman wearing a corset.
The station extended its mechanical arms on either side of the catwalks which let in in regular waves of passengers.
This strange ballet unfolded like the mechanism of a music box, whose sound of clanking metal and electric arcs is sometimes drowned out by a monotonous voice coming out of the megaphones.
From station to station, the ballet never stopped, an endless dance above the sprawling city.
This impressive Victorian-style station enters your scenes. Supplied with multiple objects typical of stations (displays panels, ticket sales kiosk, department board posing rollers of directions that you can define, street lamps, benches, garbage cans, etc.). There are 25 base props, multiplied for some (like street lamps) to form a set that will spray this environment.
You have the possibility of having one or two platforms facing the round trips of your trams.
Metal structure sets (roof and beams) allow you to increase the size of your station.
The Retrofutur Tram Station is supplied with its posts and network lines. Material presets allow you to turn on and turn off the cabin lighting as well as the outer lights (headlights and position lights).
A game of destination plates allow you to change the meaning of the outward or return directions between the eventual stations.
One serves 5 tram colors and also supplied.
The door of the command post and wagon gates open.
Also provided a complete scene with the trams is provided.
It's ideal for your neo-futuristic, Victorian, steampunk, or dieselpunk scenes.
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