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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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The exterior of Unity Station in Los Santos, San Andreas

Unity Station is a rail station in El Corona, on the south side of Los Santos, and is part of the Brown Streak Railroad. Its parking lot and surrounding pedestrian malls are controlled by Varrios Los Aztecas. Unity Station, by name and appearance, is seemingly based on Union Station in Los Angeles. Unity Station allows the player to travel to both San Fierro and Las Venturas by train or by other types of vehicles the player wishes to.

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Station Layout

The station has two platforms on a branching off the mainline, one of which leading to a depot, and two running from east to west on the main line. The station buildings are by the north platform, thus access to the south is given by a subway tunnel linking them at the west end of the station. There is no signposting for the station on the south side, but there is access through a side street. The station is outdoors (no atrium, unlike Cranberry Station), but the platforms are sheltered. The Station is at the west end of the tunnel from Flint County past Market Station.

Events of GTA San Andreas

Unity Station is seen during the mission Cesar Vialpando, wherein Carl Johnson competes in a lowrider contest, and eventually meets Cesar Vialpando at Unity Station. The player can later choose to do lowrider contests again later on at Unity Station. Unity Station also plays a role in the mission Wrong Side of the Tracks, where Los Santos Vagos and San Fierro Rifa gang members take part in a narcotics exchange, before being interrupted and chased by Carl and Big Smoke.

The Unity Station Sign, as depicted in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

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