I thought immediately of the trains inside the mountain on Schaar's World.
"Iain M Banks: Consider Phlebas (1987)Space opera is unfashionable, but Banks couldn't care less.
"You get the opportunity to work on a proper canvas," he says. "Big, big brushes, broad strokes." The strokes have rarely been broader than in Banks's Culture novels, about a galaxy-spanning society in which humans and artificial intelligences are united by a love of parties, adventure and a damn good fight. Consider Phlebas introduced the first of many misguided or untrustworthy heroes - Horza, who can change his body just by thinking about it - and a typically Banksian collision involving two giant trains in an subterranean station.
This could be the Changer mercenary and surviving members of his team. They've found the train with the refugee Culture Mind hidden on it. All they have to do now is winkle it out and sneak it past the opposing Idiran commando platoon who are also after it.
i just love the depth and ammount of details what you see in this work actually it's declared as sci-fi it's only visible at the second look what is great don't mean that in a bad way it's this grunchy, ugly, dirty sci-fi look i really adore <3 really awesome and totally deserved DD
Not only by the wrongly lefthanded semaphore, but also by the locomotive ID, the numbers on the back of the guard jackets, and the writing on the gray box on the right hand side, it seems that the picture is mirrored.
For a railfan (and also a professional railroad expert) this picture is simply great! The atmospere will let you dream away. An interesting detail is the Russian style diesel engine beside a German style but left handed semaphore signal.