Talk:Tutorials/Train station

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Where is everything?[edit]

A train station usually has a stack of minecarts and an automated system for arrival and departure using these carts. I can't see anything like that in this solution, the only thing it describes is a system for collecting fees. --Dalbotex 09:34, 5 May 2011 (UTC)

I am German and just worked on the topic railways in the German Minecraft Wiki and there are all the modules declared to create a working station. If you want, you could be out after the completion of seeking information and improve this page. (Google Translate) Nethonos (talk) 12:11, 31 August 2014 (UTC)
The german page of the topic is finished! You can download even the world of railway traffic systems here. Nethonos (talk) 19:57, 16 May 2015 (UTC)


Using more than four powered tracks in a row is a waste of gold. Even more gold could be saved with the use of traditional boosters. --Dalbotex 09:36, 5 May 2011 (UTC)

Works best for SMP ?[edit]

How? what? You don't need a ticket system in SMP.. This might be an idea for some server with economy and whatever.. but it doesn't make sense in general terms I'm also a bit worried about this not being a tutorial, period!... because you're just listing a few things that make no sense to anyone outside such economy and there is no actual tutorial on how to build it aside a list of resources which seem to be pulled from thin air .. no explanation why it works, or what the smeg is going on in the first place .. - and it's listed as 'see also' on the powered rail page without being referred to in depth in the text of that page, that's probably not the way to do it Lalophobia 14:13, 15 May 2011 (UTC)

Maximum Speed[edit]

1 powered every 8 rails - i'm not sure about that
in 24 normal rails and 1 powerd work pretty well too -- 17:10, 30 November 2011 (UTC)


This is the worst "tutorial" I've ever set my eyes upon. A list of materials is provided, but there are no instructions to explain how to use them, and the author claims that the Redstone circuitry used is "really complicated", but then explains how to build a simple switch-activated door. Is this a joke?! - Totaldonut 20:35, 19 August 2012 (UTC)

Seriously, what is this!?[edit]

I don't know if the autor is a troll, or is just stupid, but apart from this "tutorial" being really simple, it says "NOTE: Really complicated, requires a good knowledge of redstone wiring. BE WARNED." and only uses a switch door. Ironically, that super easy to build door is explained in depth, but it doesn't explain anything else! Shall I make this tutorial again (well done) or make another one? (I'm not the original author of this) Ramiro ARG 21:21, 28 December 2012 (UTC)