Londinium King Marche Station is a major passenger rail terminal and rapid transit station in southeast downtown Londinium, Forriedor. The station is named for Marche Randall IV, last king of the Kingdom of Saint Ivalice, and second President of the Republic of Ivalice. It is served by ICS Express Midlands trains, Ivalice National Railways inter-city trains, and is on the Londinium Subway's City Loop.
King Marche Station is located at N100 Forriedor Boulevard in the southeastern corner of downtown
Londinium. It is on the outer side of the pedestrian-only zone at the center of the city, and is accessible by private autos. Faulkner Court Square is easily accessible from the station.
Inter-city and Commuter Rail Edit
Ivalice National Railways serves King Marche station. Plans are underway to establish a regional commuter rail network using INR and freight rail rights-of-way. INR does not provide a direct rail connection to Londinium Skorcolum International Airport, which is accessible instead by the Londinium Subway.
King Marche is the busiest INR station in the state of
Forriedor. Over 100 INR trains, primarily Midlands Limited and ICS Express, serve King Marche Station every weekday.
Inter-city services Edit
INR provides six long distance services out of Londinium:
Local Transit Edit
King Marche is the primary Londinium station on Midlands Rail, the Midlands Crescent's regional rail system, which travels between Western Parkway and Springarn Park station in New Manchester.
King Marche Station is served by five of the six
Londinium Subway lines, XRail, and several local bus routes. It is the first station served by Green Line trains in the City Loop coming from Don Paulson, after Langley Ridge.