Broad-Gauge Rails

The waiting passengers in the previous scene are safely on board, and the 42S is ready to make its fairly leisurely progress inbound in this view at Shiras.  If the rails beneath the train seem more widely spaced than on many other city systems, they are.  The entire "T" uses broad-gauge tracks, with the steel six inches further apart than standard distance.

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