This station building is strongly based on Bremen's main station and should be able to form the centre of a city.
The station is open on both sides, allowing trains in and out on the 2nd level. The building is a total of 93 blocks wide, 64 blocks deep and 25 blocks high. It is largely made of smooth red sandstone, stone steps and stone bricks.
The main entrance is composed of four arches, which are covered with stone steps. On the second and third floor there are windows which are 3 blocks wide.
On the sides of the main entrance are small towers, which have a perimeter of 3×3 blocks, the intermediate piece, between the entrances and the towers is 2 blocks wide. Since the station is symmetrical, each step is mirrored.
The two side entrances are in the 12x18x16 side wings, which are bordered by rubble stone one block high at the bottom. The wing and main building are linked by a 17 block wide by 15 block deep connector with 4 3 block wide windows. (Picture 2)
The wings connect directly to the substructure of the tracks (Fig. 3).
The roof of the main entrance is a continuation of the rounding seen above the main entrance and connects to the round roof above the tracks, which can be seen in Figure 3.
This reaches two blocks higher than the roof of the main building, which has its highest point at 23 blocks.
The walls of the main entrance have a depth of 3 to give depth to the frescoes. The railings are each composed of a staircase "right way up" and a staircase "wrong way up" above.