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Hop on That Train!
LEGO City is a big place, and getting around it in a car is no mean feat. Travelling from Cherry Tree Hills to Paradise Sands can take quite a while… or, if you're wise, it can take only a few moments. Unlocking Train Stations will not only net you a Gold Brick with each one, but it will also create a network of trains that can shuttle you from one district to another in the blink of an eye. This article will help you locate the various train stations in LEGO City Undercover.
Cherry Tree Hills
The largest of the Train Stations in LEGO City Undercover, the Cherry Tree Hills Station is on the stretch of waterfront not far from the Police Station. You'll wind up going here as part of the main story.
Auburn is one of the only other districts to have a Train Station that's larger than a simple staircase with a ticketing machine. You'll find it built into the base of the Auburn Bay Bridge's foundations. You can also find it by running through the tunnels from Cherry Tree Hills to Auburn.
Fort Meadows' Train Station is, predictably, set on the train tracks running through the area. It's not far from the train tunnel.
Bluebell National Park
The National Park's Train Station is another location unlocked automatically during the course of the main story. It's found a short run from Bluebell Mine.
Past this point, most Train Stations are marked by a green Metro sign at the top of a set of stairs. Bash the green box at the bottom of the stairs to assemble the ticketing machine. Festival Square's Train Station is set into the sidewalks between the buildings and the park, near the large intersection of roads.
Pagoda's Train Station is a short jaunt from Chan's Limo Service, not too far from the waterfront. Check the sidewalk on the opposite side of the road for the stairs.
Bright Lights Plaza
Bright Lights Plaza is separated into two sections: the glitzy south and the more spacious north. The Train Station is at the border of these two districts, on the sidewalk near the end of the giant Disco Plaza.
Yes, even the park has its own Train Station. Locate the ferry route along the water's edge in the north of the park and you'll find the stairs a little ways east.
Uptown's most notable feature is its massive Museum, and it takes advantage of the nearby Train Station to bring in patrons. Check the sidewalk at the rear of the Museum.
LEGO City Airport
Out front of the Airport's terminal is a long stretch of roads that loop around a Silver Statue. The Train Station is near this Statue.
By far the highlight of Fresco is its massive corkscrew tower. The Train Station is near the base of this tower.
Paradise Sands is lined with hotels that overlook the beaches. Check the front row of hotels for the Train Station, across the street from the local Disguise Booth.
This Train Station is built into the sidewalk surrounding City Hall, the large political building in roughly the middle of the district.
Drive along the road near the water. The Train Station is on the side of the road.
All told, not a big deal to find, and you'll probably come across the Train Stations rather easily as you wander around LEGO City. Getting them all is worth the effort, though, as you'll unlock the Emerald Night train to chaperone you around, rather than that bland red one. Oooo, much fancier.
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