Some pictures aswell:
The sidetrack in the fishingvillage is now become electrified, but they are still using the steam locomotives and shunters becouse of their lack of money.
The papermill is now finished, with an additonal unit to chemicals to be unloaded.
The little docks in the village at the end of the river is now completed. Larger fishingboats like the one in the picture will deliver fish here, and chemicals used for the industry along the river gets delivered here by small ships. Larger ships have to deliver in the largest town at the end of the line, where the docks are quite bigger. This also meens that the freightroute gets extended heavily. A trip from that end of the line, and to the papermill wich is at the other end of the line, migh take up to 10-15 minutes or more, depending on your speed and additional stops. (It might sound little, but in minecraft time it is a while).
The midnight-express climbing up to the plateau.
A new picture of the mountain station. Where the railroad have their snowclearing base. There is a locomotive shed to house the loco used to clear the tracks, so the trains can keep their schedule. Otherwise from the railwayworkers, there is also some tourists that travels up here for skiing. So a few pasengers and a bit of goods needs to be transported here.
Even though this town got roadconnections to other cities, the railway is still the transport method most of them use. And most of their imported goods comes by the railway. Therefore most trains passing by this small station makes a stop here to deliver and pick up passengers and goods, wich also creates a bi of problems with the schedule, since only two small trains can be here at a time.