Category: Fantasy Surface Rail

Cindyville Fictional Transit System – Part 1

Greetings everyone! In this installment of my fantasy transit systems series, I’m going to present to you another fictional city that I have a transit system for. This is the fictional city of Cindyville, by which I had a decent bus system set up… Continue Reading “Cindyville Fictional Transit System – Part 1”

Fantasy Metro/Subway for Norfolk, VA – Part 3

In my third installment of my fantasy subway for the Hampton Roads, VA area, I focus on Line 3. Line 3 connects the two busy military hubs of Naval Station Norfolk and Naval Air Station Oceana via the Lynnhaven area and Norfolk International Airport.… Continue Reading “Fantasy Metro/Subway for Norfolk, VA – Part 3”

Tampa Bay Fantasy Rail System – Part 2

As I mentioned in my last posting, I will be going over the Red Line of my fantasy light rail system for Tampa Bay. This is one of the key lines to this fantasy rail system, as it links the community of Wesley Chapel… Continue Reading “Tampa Bay Fantasy Rail System – Part 2”

Tampa Bay Fantasy Rail System – Part 1

Hi everyone, As I mentioned earlier this month, I will be posting some things about a fantasy rail system that I started working on for the Tampa area during the course of 2010. At the time that I began working on this fantasy system,… Continue Reading “Tampa Bay Fantasy Rail System – Part 1”

Tampa LRT – Navy Line

Here it is, after a few teaks, the Navy Line. This route would connect St. Pete to Tampa via the I-275 corridor. Notice how the route connects St. Pete/Clearwater International Airport; there is a bypass that would be used during peak hours.

Tampa LRT – Red Line

Every two weeks or so, I will unveil a component of my vision for the Tampa area LRT. To start things off, here’s the Red Line, which would connect South Tampa to Wesley Chapel via Downtown Tampa. The main stops along this route include:… Continue Reading “Tampa LRT – Red Line”

My vision of Tampa’s rail system

This is a map of what I think Tampa’s light rail system should look like. Many destinations throughout the bay area are served, with others still not listed in the outskirt counties.